Posts Tagged ‘water’

Water

Had to mail a small package out so I walked down to the Shoppers nearby. As I was walking to the post office section (always at the back so they can attempt to entice you to buy other stuff) my peripheral vision saw a good deal on a high end juice product. At least the […]

A Healthy Lifestyle

I am a big believer in living a healthy lifestyle. Exercise, fresh air, water, good food. Thus, I found it a bit depressing to read the following. A whale swims all day, only eats fish, drinks plenty of water, and yet look at all that blubber! A rabbit runs and hops around a lot, eats […]

Think Only Animals Foul Their Own Water?

Ever notice how some animals will urinate and defecate in the same water that they end up drinking? And you, seeing this, just shake your head at their seeming stupidity. Well, they are not the only ones. Humans do the same thing. Just not so obviously. We take what we want from our environment, even […]

We Are Falling Apart

Infrastructure. Not a very sexy topic. In fact, a topic that gets ignored, except when that infrastructure breaks. What do I mean by infrastructure? The best examples are roads, bridges, hydro systems, phone systems, and the most insidious – water and sewer systems. What is so special about water and sewer? They are out of […]

Baby Rollerblading

We all know that Evian (brand of bottled water) is just Naive spelled backwards, but their newest ad is AWESOME!!! Talk about a cool use of technology.

Drive Through Anything?

We have drive through junk food, drive through banks, and I’ve even heard of drive through convenience stores. A vendor in my neighbourhood almost has a drive through water bottle refilling service. A local bottled water joint is not open 24×7, and is not even open Sunday. If, however, you get thirsty when they are […]

Infrastructure Problems

Perhaps you do not see it, but much of Canada’s infrastructure is in bad shape. Roads, bridges, water delivery systems, sewage systems. Much of our infrastructure is old, and not only in constant need of repair, but in many cases should be replaced. A story in today’s Globe and Mail is a good example. “Ontario’s […]