Another first: my first Irish face. Sort of a quizzical expression, no? It makes me want to smile back.
The antithesis of quizicallness (quizicallity?), these guys in the same spot might still have been inspired by the stone pillar. Certainly their expressions were impassive, maybe even stony . . .
Now there’s an astute observation and comparison!
Tom – Thanks! The dog with the ponytail ears looks stoned, to me. As it were. 🙂
Will dog food be available in pot format?
Tom – LOL. Dunno. But I wouldn’t want to have to get this puppy into the USA.
Vets report that poisonings of pets with cannabis edibles have skyrocketed since pot became legalized in various quarters. They are not improved by second-hand smoke, either.
Laurna – Oh, dear. That isn’t even a little bit funny. Things are never quite as simple as they appear, and I fear that legalization (which overall I support, given the unintended consequences of criminalization) will have many more unintended consequences.
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It's hard to build from scratch an excellent COVID vaccine program. But UK did it.
It's hard to control incoming flights & COVID. But Taiwan & others did it.
Trudeau can spend $$$ like no one else. But have him accomplish something that's a real challenge?
Dr. Njoo says it's "practically impossible" to prevent variants from coming into Canada when asked about stopping flights from India.
This is very Canadian complacency. Of course it's incredibly hard. I'm not sure why that means we shouldn't throw up as many barriers as possible
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