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Disney comment on Victoria: “you would swear you were in England”

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2007

It seems the Canadian Pavilion at the Epcot Center (in Orlando, Fla.’s Disney World) has a new version of “O Canada,” the promotional film for this country. According to an article in today’s paper (Ottawa feeling underexposed in Disney’s new Epcot film), Ottawa is ticked off that it rates barely a mention. But how would […]

Letting others colonize the imaginary you is not a good idea…

Sunday, July 29th, 2007

This is pretty hilarious, but somehow pathetic, too… Those of you who’ve been to Epcot Center in Florida know the set-up: tourists visit “national” pavilions where they are bombarded by various cliches or story-book ideas about the country. Some pavilions are more high-brow than others, stocked with political information, and others are …less “serious,” if […]

So “fast,” I’m nearly invisible

Wednesday, July 18th, 2007

Really important update — scroll down… I have been so fast, I’m nearly invisible, which is not as it should be! Perhaps I should make sure that I’m at least leaving tracks — digital footprints, like tea leaves or entrails… First, a quick personal update for everyone who sorta-kinda heard that I might be moving […]

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