Friday Meditations

Odds and ends collected from today’s Globe & Mail:

The sooner Japan comes to terms with the depravity of its wartime conduct, the better.  No nation is perfect, but the good ones can accept criticism, right their wrongs and then move on.

  • Friends, Scarberians, countrymen, lend me your ears; I come to bury Wappel, not to praise him.  The stupid that politicians do lives after them, the good is oft interréd with their common sense.  So let it be with Wappel…

I guess it’s safe to move back to Scarborough-Southwest now.

  • [From Michael Kesterton’s Social Studies column]: “As a child I thought I hated everybody, but when I grew up I realized it was just children I didn’t like.” — English poet Philip Larkin

But sometimes, it really is everybody.

And one more irresistable item from Torontoist:

Who knew?

Category: Miscellania
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