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  1. In keeping with the first part of the topic title "Are people changing", the answer is no. We go out early in the morning (5 AM) with our dog (on a leash), this week to take our daughter to the bus stop as her internship starts at 6 AM. There is garbage everywhere. Stray dogs pull the containers down and root thru it or tear the bags open. Street sweepers come by every morning to gather it up. It is the same everyday. Logic would be to put the garbage in dog proof containers or get rid of the mangy stray dogs. Be progressive, not regressive. There is one house that puts his garbage in a plastic bag outside of his gate every night and his garbage is all across the street every morning. I feel sorry for the street cleaner on casual wages.
  2. Pure bison is rather dry due to no fat. It is better when mixed with beef. Likewise with moose or caribou.
  3. Power Boats

    I don't see a licence plate on the trailer. I expected to see a California plate with Jake at the helm.
  4. Holidays, vacations

    Now that is a good deal. If my wife could get into USA, we would like to take that ride. Toronto to Vancouver one way economy cost $880 with Via Rail on same date but only $250 by Greyhound bus. Both take about 3 days. https://reservia.viarail.ca/search/tripreview.aspx https://www.greyhound.ca/farefinder/step2.aspx?SessionId=
  5. And yesterday, they got the two mixed up in the news: The PNA on Friday used the logo of DOLE Food Co. to accompany a government press release on the Department of Labor and Employment's (DOLE) pay rules for the 2018 holidays. http://news.abs-cbn.com/news/08/12/17/sabotage-govt-to-look-into-errors-of-state-run-news-agency
  6. Power Boats

    In the pic, from the angle of the motor, it looks like he is having trouble keeping the bow down.
  7. In both internet and electric, there is no preventative maintenance. After it breaks, then they fix it. No planning ahead, always working to catch up.
  8. The Korean Embassy in Manila is for Filipinos going to Korea.
  9. If you have a British Citizen passport you can enter South Korea as a tourist for up to 90 days without a visa. You must also have an onward or return ticket. It's illegal to work on a tourist visa, whether as a teacher or in any other capacity. https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/south-korea/entry-requirements Canadian citizens using a Canadian passport do not need a visa to visit Korea for the purpose of tourism, business, or visitation, provided that no work is undertaken, and the stay is less than ninety (90) days in length http://visaservicescanada.ca/countries/south_korea.php
  10. Dole can have a different meaning: on the dole Receiving regular relief payments from or as if from the government. http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/on+the+dole
  11. There are 500,000 Filipinos in Canada. How many are working with you?
  12. I hope that he doesn't see what I wrote.
  13. I thought I read that he was teaching in a class room at age 67, a few years ago.
  14. I see mountains in your picture so I guess that you are talking about northern Alberta when oil was $75 +. I know of some young electricians in Toronto that get only short term contracts and some real young ones that cannot get any work as the more senior ones get hired 1st.
  15. Is Papa Carl still working in Manila? Last I heard is that he was and he may be 70 now.