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for every annoying expat BCer potluck i've been to, and even considering how quiet 2am felt there - i have a grudging respect for vancouver. it's a working city, underneath all those condos...a steel-veined port.
Yeah, Vancouver is really becoming a nice largish North American city. I find each time I go back I have less and less to complain about. Ridiculous red tape attached to everything not included. It does make for a more interesting black market I suppose.
salaverryo, John Belushi refers to the coke/heroin mix of the same name. It's in reference to Vancouver's drug scene.
A fine, eclectic mess of tranquility you've created for yourself. Sure, you'd been holding J. Belushi captive for those first years, but eventually he stayed around on his own free-will: he did it for your photos...and the for the honey. Mmmm...honey.
Romney-Ryan '12: We'd be honored to tell Oliver Twist there's no more soup left!