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The city of White Rock has chosen a new phrase to "brand" White Rock. How would you finish this sentence?

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There’s a certain degree of black humour in its irony – dramatic then otherwise – as two different perspectives mirror each other, before a third is presented by implication. For, if you really do stop to look around and perhaps far further afield, so much quiet life both thrives and abounds; as below, so above.

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Both agents had gone from denial to tentative reciprocation of Steve’s small acts of interest
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My other absolute pick of the bunch, which much like Noah’s cringefest I could have quite happily read ten times as much of, was Malachi Ward and Matt Sheean’s alternative history of the space race entitled “Widening Horizons.” Which as I type I realise means I really ought to go back and change the last sentence of the previous paragraph… Fans of their speculative fiction runaway insanity jive will already be aware of just how far out there these two can take something.

 

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Semantics is a good word to invoke around wordless comics, I feel, given one of its usages is in the meaning or interpretation of words, sentences, or other linguistic forms. Comics are one of those other linguistic forms obviously, and wordless comics a very particular subset again which, to truly succeed, need above all for the story to be clear to the reader. Not that events shouldn’t require some interpretation on behalf of the reader, for is that not the sheer beauty of , putting yourself in the place of the émigré, who suddenly finds himself in a literally incomprehensible place, trying to make sense of the unfolding strange, new world around him?

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I researched a lot of charities and final contacted " Save The Children" in Toronto. The reason I went to this charity is that they concentrate on feeding and educating children in third world countries and 89% of all monies coming into them goes directly to the cause with only 11% being used for fundraising and administration. I believe that Craig would have wanted to be represented by such a charity.


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Looking back over the past year at my educational pursuits, I am amazed at how much hard work, facts, theories, experiments, laughter, lost sleep, late- late night essay composing and those long sought after aha moments of understanding can fit in so nicely.
Classes where I sat and watched the clock, tapping my pen absently, and hoping time would magically slip by a little quicker, as I questioned the purpose of this designated class and how it related to a future in the dietician field. Other days where I sat captivated and frozen by a profound idea presented during a lecture, and time seemed to race by and become my enemy once again.
I wandered through Statistics 101, reading bar charts and deciphering graphs, and learned why you can never really trust a survey and why.

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The next day I was walking to Gates park to meet a friend when I noticed a group of people gathered together. As I drew closer I recognized many of my neighbours, clients and friends and, although slightly confused by the sight of them gathered together in the middle of the afternoon, I thought how nice it would be to wish everyone a Merry Christmas. And then I saw my dog walking friend approaching from the opposite direction pushing a stroller with a helium balloon attached to it. I was gob smacked, completely taken by surprise! It is impossible to describe the overwhelming range of emotions I experienced when I was presented a brand new stroller for Hunter. I was overcome with feelings of wonder, amazement and gratitude.

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How and when did your "mentalist" career begin?


I had studied psychology in college, before I became sidetracked by a different career (radio). My fascination with the inner-workings of human mind remained an active interest. I became interested in magic as it was both entertaining and provided a glimpse into some of the limitations of our perceptions. This inadvertently led me to discover Mentalism and I was like a kid in a candy store! This was not only the culmination of my many interests, but it opened a new door (that I wasn't even aware existed) to skills and techniques that stretched well beyond anything I had experienced!

Since leaving active duty as a programmer of local radio stations, I understand in addition to public shows like the one coming up at the Cascades Casino in Langley, you also show corporations and their staff how "mentalist" powers can help them succeed in business. Tell us a bit about how this aspect of your talents work.

As you mentioned, I've had the extraordinary fortune to have had a tremendously successful career spanning more than 25 years in the radio broadcasting industry. I began as an on-air performer, then became a Program Director and finally Senior VP of Programming for a National chain of radio stations. When I left the industry in 2008, it was with the intention of combining the skills and experience of my radio career - developing content, directing performers, marketing & managing people; with my background as a performer (I had performed as an on-air performer, stand-up comic, professional MC); as well as my newly developed training as a Mentalist. During my many years in broadcasting, I had attended hundreds of conventions and events and had the chance to experience thousands of speakers and presenters in action. I wanted to create something that I had rarely experienced during all of these events -
a speaker/presenter who could provide relevant and compelling information in an entertaining and energetic way. I set out to create a keynote presentation that accomplished these goals.
My first presentation took a full year to research, write & rehearse, before it was performed before a live audience in the fall of 2009. Since that time, I have added a second presentation to my services, based on the demand of clients to return to their convention the following year and present something different.
The presentations offer practical insight into our behaviour and are applicable to just about everyone. I touch upon topics as wide as how to make more successful decisions, to as specific as how to remember people's names.
What really makes the presentations unique, is that they are not only a careful balance of entertainment and information, but highly interactive and a lot of fun.