Search:

Type: Posts; User: psiebold1

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.08 seconds.

  1. Replies
    10
    Views
    3,039

    Mary Saxton had moved into Edmonton in the early...

    Mary Saxton had moved into Edmonton in the early 60s and soon formed a band called Mary & The Sensations. She did spend some time in Los Angeles after being discovered by by some R&A there. She...
  2. It's not the fault of the drivers. It's the...

    It's not the fault of the drivers. It's the schedules. The phenomenon you are remarking upon is called caravaning and has been a feature of the transit system for the last several decades. ...
  3. When I spend money on prescriptions, I typically...

    Agreed. This has nothing to do with ethics. It has everything to do with $$$. I spend my $$$ on prescriptions and get something in return, how does that suddenly become an issue of ethics?[/QUOTE]
    ...
  4. Replies
    10
    Views
    3,039

    Edmonton Music - 40s, 50s and 60s

    This thread is for the hard to find recordings of music of Edmonton from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. Artists like Joe Kozak, Frankie Rodgers, the Hale Sisters, the Kaye Family, Gaby Haas, Violet...
  5. Replies
    14
    Views
    1,500

    Some balearic disco. Love this tune. ...

    Some balearic disco. Love this tune.

    zPjadZy5JfA
  6. Went to the show. The rain was light and perhaps...

    Went to the show. The rain was light and perhaps a little chilly. A race to Timmies helped. It was a very good show. Very much enjoyed it.
  7. Thread: Shredding

    by psiebold1
    Replies
    67
    Views
    6,414

    Computer forensics is not satisfactory for the...

    In the age of tablets and ubiquitous smartphones, why are people still wasting all of this paper?[/QUOTE]

    Computer forensics is not satisfactory for the courts. You trace metadata to a point but...
  8. Thread: Shredding

    by psiebold1
    Replies
    67
    Views
    6,414

    Waiting to see what is the reaction of the tweet....

    Waiting to see what is the reaction of the tweet. You seem alarmed, let's see everyone else's reaction.
  9. Replies
    336
    Views
    32,901

    Poll: After the folding-in of the Wildrose and...

    After the folding-in of the Wildrose and resulting loss to confusion, it was the NDP who was left standing tall and being the opposition. From that point, they have made headways against Prentice's...
  10. The Socred's power base was in Calgary. ...

    The Socred's power base was in Calgary. Remember, the Calgary Prophetic Bible Institute was in. . . well, Calgary.

    Calgary has long enjoyed the political power because it reflected A) where the...
  11. C'est le fil.

    C'est le fil.
  12. Replies
    336
    Views
    32,901

    Poll: I knew there was a reason why the titan arum...

    I knew there was a reason why the titan arum started blooming today.
  13. Replies
    4
    Views
    1,676

    All the hakarl you can handle.

    All the hakarl you can handle.
  14. It's been bandied about for a century. One of...

    It's been bandied about for a century. One of the challenges they do not have to face is tremendous earthquakes. The Ring of Fire is a bit south of the proposed tunnel.
  15. Replies
    1,045
    Views
    94,919

    Take a trip to 1982. ...

    Take a trip to 1982.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGrrNmTF7-A
  16. Replies
    7
    Views
    3,624

    There is one untuned song called "The Song of Old...

    There is one untuned song called "The Song of Old K". It is stored in the Galt Archives in Lethbridge. Will have to spend some time there to inquire about it.
  17. Replies
    21
    Views
    14,613

    It's interesting to see that the 1951-1952 polio...

    It's interesting to see that the 1951-1952 polio epidemic was deadlier than the Spanish flu of 1918 in Edmonton. Edmonton was still fair sized back then.
  18. Replies
    46
    Views
    5,077

    The concept of fractals in the way markets act is...

    You sound like a believer in Kondratieff Long Waves. "The era of Good Feeling" followed by POW! ZAPP! CRACK - depression.[/QUOTE]

    The concept of fractals in the way markets act is not unheard of...
  19. Replies
    46
    Views
    5,077

    Other furs had gained prominence between...

    The popularity of the beaver hat declined in the early/mid-19th century as silk hats became more fashionable.
    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beaver_hat[/QUOTE]

    Other furs had gained prominence...
  20. Replies
    46
    Views
    5,077

    Yay! Long Depression Pattern! No Great...

    Yay! Long Depression Pattern! No Great Depression, but a generation-long depression with many panics and false flickers of hopes. Fun times. (The previous Long Depression killed Edmonton's fur...
  21. Replies
    7
    Views
    3,624

    Aha, so you've done your own research. Thank you...

    Aha, so you've done your own research. Thank you for the tips.
  22. Replies
    7
    Views
    3,624

    I just want to say that I can see why you are...

    I just want to say that I can see why you are skeptical of the origins of Blood in the Saddle. The original recording is by Tex Ritter in 1932, recorded in Los Angeles. I looked up the murders in...
  23. Replies
    7
    Views
    1,718

    That track may very well stay open. It has the...

    That track may very well stay open. It has the Star-Argyll line which hauls a fair bit of oil and grain.
  24. Replies
    7
    Views
    3,624

    There are some other songs that would have been...

    There are some other songs that would have been bandied around Alberta from the region:

    "When the Ice Worms Nest Again" - from British Columbia and Yukon during the Klondike, 1899-1901. Wilf...
  25. Replies
    7
    Views
    3,624

    If he wrote the songs while living in Alberta and...

    If he wrote the songs while living in Alberta and he wrote songs about Alberta, I think we can take him as an Albertan. Just like we can accept Gordie Johnson.
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4