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Wednesday, 8 December 2004
Top Ten Christmas Wishes
1. Capturing Bin Laden and other Al Qaeda terrorists.
2. Developing cheap energy sources that won't pollute the earth(e.g. "solar,wind,hydrogen,cold fusion, etc.etc.")
3. Emphasizing and developing human potential on earth for the good of all.
4. That the rich nations of the world "give a hand up" rather than a "hand out" to the poorer nations.
5. That internet websites and computers gradually connect to those who have gone on to the next life.
6. That we engage in meaningful and productive "first contacts" with aliens from other worlds.
7. That we rapidly advance human civilization so we can take our rightful place in the galaxy and the universe.
8. That we find a cure for most diseases on this planet.
9. That we end hunger and illiteracy for all time.
10.That the NHL and the Player's Association reach an agreement to perserve and continue the greatest game in the solar system.

Posted by qualteam at 10:11 PM EST
Updated: Wednesday, 8 December 2004 10:13 PM EST
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Tuesday, 7 December 2004
Mankind Has Many Religions
No one group has a monopoly on spiritual truth and the afterlife. Spiritual insights are given to us through divine revelations and mystical visions.

We should embrace cosmic diversity and learn from each other. Check out this website.
Lets walk down the paths that others have taken.

Posted by qualteam at 10:06 PM EST
Updated: Tuesday, 7 December 2004 10:10 PM EST
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Monday, 6 December 2004
Movie Review 86: The Great Rupert
"A loopy comedy in which Jimmy Durante and his family of acrobats are aided in collecting a fortune by a friendly, bushy-tailed squirrel named Rupert; aka "The Great Rupert."

The best thing in this movie is the intelligent, funny squirrel. Unfortunately, we see too little of him and too much of the other characters. Two stars.

See it anyway for Jimmy Durante and the squirrel.
Who Is Jimmy Durante?

Posted by qualteam at 10:28 PM EST
Updated: Tuesday, 21 December 2004 9:03 PM EST
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Sunday, 5 December 2004
I Was Santa Claus
Last week at a senior's residence, I played Santa Claus and gave out gifts to the seniors and their great grandchildren.

Although it was very hot in the Santa outfit, it was fun to spread cheer and get lots of hugs and kisses from the ladies.

It's obvious that most females like a "hot" Santa act accordingly.
xxx/love, Sanity Clause

Posted by qualteam at 10:53 PM EST
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Friday, 3 December 2004
The Barron Blog Is Back(But For How Long?)
Sometimes my blog appears and sometimes it disappears into the Twilight Zone. I don't know why and neither do support people at Tripod or Rogers Cable, my ISPN.

Truly, this is one of the great mysteries of life.

Posted by qualteam at 5:38 PM EST
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Monday, 22 November 2004
The Meaning Of Life: Why? Why Not?

A Search For Meaning In The Movies

Aren't we all trying to connect in some way?

Posted by qualteam at 10:54 PM EST
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Sunday, 21 November 2004
Finding Neverland
Many great writers in the past have returned to their childhoods to find those fantasy worlds that exist just beyond our senses in elongated time. The authors have put different names on these places: Neverland, Oz, Wonderland, Hogwarts, etc. etc., but essentially they are magical realities where child-like souls dwell.

Jesus Christ stated that a person had to become a child in order to enter the "Kingdom Of Heaven".

In my opinion, writers like J.M. Barrie and Frank Baum had a vision of an eternal world of Jesus Christ where individuals never grow old.
Reviews Of "Finding Neverland"

Posted by qualteam at 10:30 PM EST
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Saturday, 20 November 2004
If You're A High Risk Driver, You Should Do Something About It
Who wouldn't if you're paying hundreds of dollars a month to an insurance company?
1. Be honest with yourself about your driving.
2. Take a safe driving course so you can handle what's wrong with your driving.
3. Join a support group of other high risk drivers.
4. Practice being extra cautious and looking out for the "other guy".
5. Pray for protection from unseen dangerous traffic conditions.
6. Try not to drive when you are tired.
7. Reward yourself for ticket and accident free driving.
8. Don't drive if the traffic tickets keep piling up.
Beyond High Risk Auto Insurance

Posted by qualteam at 11:53 PM EST
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Friday, 19 November 2004
Christmas Time Is Overtime At Canada Post
Mood:  celebratory
Yes, and I'll be working blanket overtime for the next month and a half at the Toronto Exchange Office in Mississauga. That's seven days a week, ten hours a day. I'll be one tired blogger, but I'll try to keep up with these entries.

In the meantime write a letter to Santa care of Canada Post, Santa's helpers will write you back. The postie elves that is.

Letters To Santa

Posted by qualteam at 10:09 PM EST
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Wednesday, 17 November 2004
Website Of The Week
Today, I discovered there is a website called There are some interesting materials on security alerts(Fundamentalist Christian Style)and other things. Check it out at

Posted by qualteam at 10:22 PM EST
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