Brian Fawcett examines The Walrus with some good will
While searching for his annual supply of Halloween firecrackers, Max Fawcett encounters some unexpected, and unwanted, resistance.
Lynn Suderman has a very interesting dream
In an open letter, John Berger writes of the war against Iraq, and about what democracy means…
Max Fawcett questions the wisdom of a mid-course leadership race within the Federal Liberal party, and probes at Paul Martin’s less-than-stellar motives for embroiling the party in one now…
dooneyscafe.com editor Gordon Lockheed examines the questions not being asked about Paul Martin Jr’s diet preferences
George Bowering drives by with another of his "car panels"
Ryan Knighton offers another panel about cars, this time with facial hair and a dead snake
George Bowering and Frank Davey are transported through the streets of Vancouver in black, among other things
Ryan Knighton continues his troubled romance with the automobile