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Hang On a Sec

Every second Friday, read Hang on a Sec for a commentary on life in this place, and in this age. And AT this age.

ATV death season

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Legislators have to get tough with manufacturers. Because the drivers can’t seem to save themselves.

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Gas price rage

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All the gas stations charge the exact same price at the exact same time. How do they do it?

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Memo to new NDP MPs

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Giggling on hearing the phrase ‘honourable member’ is unbecoming to a federal politician. Get a grip, people.

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The ‘Newfoundland and Labrador’ naming fiasco – Part 2

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It started out being about Quebec’s lust for Labrador, but it changed to being about Labrador disaffection.

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The ‘Newfoundland and Labrador’ naming fiasco

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Whose bright idea was this name-change thing, anyway?

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“♥” & OMG in OED? WTH?

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Are these really words? Question for the OED crowd – RUS?

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It’s time the penny dropped

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Perhaps it’s time to empty that humungous mayonnaise jar and say good-bye to the penny

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On the extinction of species

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We should have learned our lesson from the cod collapse… but we never learn. We really don’t.

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Has common sense reached its expiry date?

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It seems the Canadian Food Inspection Agency would have you drive straight from Dominion to the dump

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Green living tip: don’t throw away expired food – eat it!

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Did it ever occur to whoever coined the three Rs that before we think about reusing, maybe we should think about using?

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