Monthly Archives: January 2011

A question about the Bible? Go ask an atheist (The Vancouver Sun, 22 Jan 2011, Page C4)

A question about the Bible? Go ask an atheistDOUGLAS TODD dtodd@ vancouversun. comThe Vancouver Sun22 Jan 2011It does not exactly inspire confidence about the future of North America to learn that atheists and agnostics are better informed about religion than … Continue reading

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Response shows ban on light bulbs needs rethinking (The Vancouver Sun, 20 Jan 2011, Page A12)

Response shows ban on light bulbs needs rethinkingThe Vancouver Sun20 Jan 2011Few issues in these pages have provoked such a one-sided response as the phase-out of incandescent light bulbs by the provincial and federal governments. Vancouver Sun readers are furious … Continue reading

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Best and worst moments (The Vancouver Sun, 17 Jan 2011, Page C6)

Best and worst momentsBY KAT ANGUSThe Vancouver Sun17 Jan 2011Welcome to the Golden Globes, where everything’s made up and the awards don’t matter. Sure, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association occasionally recognizes the absolute best in film and television, but just … Continue reading

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Wikileaks deserves its say …

In case you don’t know what’s at stake in the Wikileaks controversy, or you think that the US is the target of the leaks, or you get the impression from the media that the secrets that have been released should … Continue reading

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Don’t Worry, Be Happy

‎”The time to be happy is now. The place to be happy is here. The way to be happy is to make others so.” –Robert Green Ingersoll, 19th century American humanist and orator.

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Many boomers in dark about Alzheimer’s

Many boomers in dark about Alzheimer’s BY PAMELA FAYERMAN Sun Health Issues Reporter pfayerman@vancouversun.com The Vancouver Sun 04 Jan 2011 A quarter of B. C.’ s baby boomers can’t name a single early sign of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a … Continue reading

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True Grit, a review

When Mattie Ross’s father is murdered by Tom Chaney, a hired hand, the 14-year-old farm girl sets out to retrieve her father’s body, settle his affairs, and then capture the killer. She is the most precocious 14-year-old to appear on the big … Continue reading

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