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... officers sabotage authorities’ orders and pretend they don’t see punks beating the **** out of Maidan people, (Maidan is a term for Ukrainian Nationalists) who seek only a new clean, united democratic Ukraine.
The other day a friend called me with an invitation to join a local pro-Ukrainian peaceful meeting on the main square of the city - Maidan of Freedom. The purpose was simply to protest in numbers. I asked what the odds ...
... humans were all, “Hey, Monty! Hi, Monty! Nice, Monty! Fetch, Monty!” Honestly, I didn’t know where to go first! So I sat, and the little girl patted me. And the little boys fed me treats. People were eating, and I was cruisin’, man, just waiting for the right moment. All the short humans were eating in the kitchen, and they are blessedly messy! I
just kept waiting, and they kept telling me ...
... br> Streets of the Undead was next... this was a zombie maze which took you through steets, into a subway, through stairwell tunnels and past shopfronts. There were subtle zombies sitting in train carrages that you could only see when the lights flickered, others lying dead in the gutters, lots of different ones of all kinds walking the streets trying to eat us, some hanging out of the shop as if they fell through the window, some higing behind the town ruins waiting for us ...
Up early and found a $40 parking fine on the car, we hadn't parked in a parking space - bugger!! Drove down to Niagra Falls - it was very busy so didn't stay long just enough to take a few pics! It has improved a lot since we were last there, much cleaner! Drove hwy 2 back to Carluke to see the Clays & then to Ancaster for lunch with Jill. Great to see her again. We then drove back to Toronto and dropped the car back at ...
... s like a rolling dice sometimes. 13 years old Anne Frank wrote down her diary, a vivid tragic account of human sufferings in a terrible time but her hope and dream never died. Eventually her father Otto Frank who survived the holocaust( but not Anne ) fulfilled her daughter's dream by publishing her writings. I brought home a poster of Anne Frank to remind myself a life with a relentless will to live beautifully in dire circumstances.
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