Hi, I'd like to buy 3 tractor notebooks please. I'd rather pick them up and pay cash. 2 green ones and one orange please.
Alas, no: Crown Copyright says:
All Government of Canada symbols are protected under the Trade-marks Act. The Arms of Canada, the Government of Canada signature, and the Canada wordmark are exclusive trademarks of the Government of Canada.
Dreamy and delicious! Please, please, please tell me you will be selling a 'notebook' with this on it?
Comes from the latin Sus, the genus for swine. Try sus scrofa domestica (domestic pig) to get a sense of how the term might have derived--imagine a pig digging for roots or truffles, sniffing around until the delicacy is found, hence "sussing" or "sussing out" the truffle or rotting turnip, whatever. Rooting around like a pig? Sussing out fits the bill.
I am a 2nd grade teacher and would like to print your poem to go with a snowflake ornament my students have made for a holiday gift. I'd like to give you credit for your beautiful words!
May I have permission to use your poem with hour name as author??? Please reply!! Thank you!!
Thanks for sharing.
I'm fighting to keep mine. I'm going to try the olive oil and lemon tip.
I've been taking BileMin and it's been helping. I take it everyday one or two tablets and two tablets if I eat anything fatty.
That is beautiful! What a find.
Interesting that the new peak occurred on the night of the first snow storm when evening events were cancelled. Perhaps more people at home using more electricity instead of out driving using more gasoline.
That IS gorgeous. Nice work!
This is fantastic work, Peter. I find your "hacking around the fringes" inspiring, and really ought to find a way, in the New Year, to do more of it myself.
I wonder if you needed a license to use that when it was current. It could have been a means to counterfeit authority back in the day.
Amazing to see this item turned into a working letterpress cut once again. I picked it up in the late 1970's when The Guardian, our local daily went offset and old press items sold for scrap value - boxed at pennies a pound. Nice to know there is an appreciation for the craftsmenship that went into creating these items, and in keeping the traditional techniques of the printer's craft alive.
Hi Barbara. The last time I heard from Hermann was last spring. I spoke to him on the phone when he called from Thailand where he was living very happily with his new wife Ta. I tried contacting him again just recently and have not received a response. I spoke to a lady from Germany who had been keeping in contact with him today and she said she has not heard from him in a few months. Hopefully this does not preceed bad news :(
No interest in IT Crowd? I stopped reading right there, you're opinion means nothing to me, you don't have good taste.
Love your snowflake poem & would love to use it printed on my son's teacher gift. Can I type it up and give you credit??? What is your name?
I attribute my apparent lack of a PEI accent to many after-school hours watching the Forest Rangers, and imagining that I was left free of parents to wander the forests of Ontario. It is apparent that I am a true fan, as I now live in a Pan Abode home, the same brand of log cabins that were used in the show for places such as Ranger Keely's office and parts of the "Main Depot".
I too have been ultra frustrated by both the network TV and Netflix alike. Just wondering if U.S. version was worth it to proxy? If So how did you do this and what service did you use?
Wow, that surprises me. Just missed the cutoff for H-bomb testing, based on the relative ranking of the Marshalls.
Saw this morning, enjoyed a good chuckle and thought of this article.
Nearly all of these islands are not full-fledged countries, but rather, self-governing polities associated with much larger and wealthier countries. Even nominally-independent states like Nauru or the Federated States of Micronesia are closely tied to patrons like Australia or the United States.
Ground invasion of Saint Pierre and Miquelon! Who's with me!?
On Compass about 15 years ago I remember Roger interviewing a gentleman from the Isle of Man about life as a small island dependency. It seemed like a very sensible idea for PEI as well.
Very fun. Turns out Calgary's current footprint would cover the part of Queens county I grew up in quite nicely. Cavendish to Rice Point - Cornwall to Crapaud. Our sprawl perhaps puts some of your recent road development in perspective. Also my current 2k walk to work along the Bow River and across the Peace Bridge is almost exactly the same distance as my drive from North River to UPEI across the North River Causeway was...I would never have considered walking but should have cycled it more. That said it is still quite an inhospitable route for either of those activities. Perhaps sidewalks/bike paths connecting Charlottetown and Cornwall would have been a better use for those infrastructure dollars.
Below is what I got from Rogers:
you will need to call customer service at 1-800-575-9090 they are open Mon-Fri 8am-12am; Sat 8am-9pm; Sun 10am-8pm eastern standard time and select prompt 4 listen to the entire message then press 4 again listen to the entire message again then press 1 then press 1 again to speak to live agent.
Hope it would help.