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If it weren’t for bad luck, this guy would have none at all

If it weren’t for bad luck, this guy would have none at all

Our latest column from William Thomas Lost: ten-year-old Endicott Beagle. Deaf, blind in one eye, missing front right paw. Comes when called to the name of ‘Lucky.’ (Yeah, but not right away, eh?) Dylan McWilliams is a lucky guy. Or to quote the 20-year-old outdoors man from Grand Junction, Colorado: “I don’t seem to have […]

National Cat Month, remembers “Weggie and the Screen Door”

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National Cat Month, remembers “Weggie and the Screen Door”

Our latest column from William Thomas Weggie has just been inducted into that exclusive club of brainiacs known as Mensa. Normally, this elitist organization of intelligentsia only accepts people with the highest IQs in the world. My new cat Weggie qualified because he was able to prove that he is approximately three to four times […]

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The Canada/U.S. War of Dirty Words

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The Canada/U.S. War of Dirty Words

Our latest column from William Thomas Shoe smugglers? Now President Donald Trump is calling us all a bunch of shoe smugglers!!! Trump is still going on and on about how Justin Trudeau stabbed him in the back while he was flying and fleeing from the G7 summit in Charlevoix, Quebec. Trump’s kennel of pit bulls […]

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The Shelter Lady – and other cruel big-sister tricks

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The Shelter Lady – and other cruel big-sister tricks

Our latest column from William Thomas Occasionally people will award me the highest compliment a humourist can hear as in: “You’re a pretty funny guy.” Inevitably, this is tempered with: “But you’re like, well, kinda screwed up. No offense.” Truth is, they’re probably right. But trust me, it’s not my fault. I was born on […]

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Shame-based billboard justice

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Shame-based billboard justice

Our latest column from William Thomas If you have not seen Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, – do. Beautiful, horrible, touching, crass, frightening with a message of hope and forgiveness – this film is the very reason we go to movies. Not just to be entertained, but also enthralled, transported to a foreign place and […]

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Never misjudge a book by its title

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Never misjudge a book by its title

Our latest column from William Thomas So I’m lining up my summer reading list, starting with The Dutch Wife which so far, I cannot put down. Then there’s Stalin’s Daughter by Rosemary Sullivan and The Purchase by Linda Spalding. Anything I can get my hands on by Julian Barnes. Same with Richard Russo and Richard […]

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