Posted by: mysaintjohn | March 1, 2010

A Patch of Blue

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Posted by: mysaintjohn | February 26, 2010

Interesting name for a street…

Interesting... Very Interesting...

Maybe it’s named after the album by The Waterboys (Yes. I know of the might that is Wikipedia).

Posted by: mysaintjohn | February 25, 2010

For love of ents…

I love this tree.

I really, really love this South End tree. It just looks like it belongs in a fairytale or a Charles De Lint book.

This tree rocks so hard

Posted by: mysaintjohn | February 24, 2010

Yes Sirs…

We're Gonna Clean up the Streets

We’re gonna clean up the streets of Saint John!

On a photo walk today, I saw the same number of discarded prophylactics and abandoned Christmas trees. I will not, however, share that number with you (other than to say it was greater than one and less than five).

Posted by: mysaintjohn | January 8, 2010

Overheard in SJ: The Keep it in your Pants, Edition

On Prince William (the street, not the heir):

“I’m sorry. I was staring at your ass and not listening.”

In Wal-Mart:

“If you had listened to me three months ago we wouldn’t be looking for the fucking maternity clothes.”

–Random Question–

Have you ever noticed that some of the pigeons in Saint John look like they have rabies? If Stephen King had lived in Saint John, Cujo would have been a pigeon.

Posted by: mysaintjohn | December 17, 2009

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This is the first year, since moving to Saint John, that I’ve not had utilities included in my rent.

Last month, when I got my power bill, I made this face and demanded a lolipop.

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Posted by: mysaintjohn | December 16, 2009

Scraps

Interesting note

Have you ever noticed how scraps of conversation are more interesting than hearing the entire thing from beginning to end? With scraps, you’re free to fill in the blanks.

Posted by: mysaintjohn | December 14, 2009

Fernhill

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Posted by: mysaintjohn | December 12, 2009

Naked and All-dressed

Naughty & Nice

Posted by: mysaintjohn | December 11, 2009

If it works for New York…

Alright, so New York has Sex and the City tours why can’t we have a Children of a Lesser God tour?

Think about it! We could stand outside the cruise ship terminal with a little bus and charge tourist $40 a head to see…

What would they see?

Rothesay Netherwood School and a bar where William Hurt used the loo?

Not very glamorous. This idea requires more thought.

In the meantime, why not watch Siskel and Ebert argue over the movie:

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