Profile of Ed Smith

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  • A simple saviour

    We humans like to think creativity begins and ends with us.It is we who write the poems, the novels, the symphonies and the columns (Keats, ...

  • And the world still turns

    As I write, the date is 9/11. Nine years after the fact. Seems trite to say the world isn't spinning as it did before that. None of us ...

  • Hawking disses God

    Stephen Hawking has changed his mind.When you have a mind like his, that takes some doing. I’ve often heard of rooms that were too small to ...

  • Animal wars

    I’ve been out on my deck soaking up the rays of the blessed sun.The same blessed sun has been smiling down on us for eight days in a row. We ...

  • Ah, sweet mystery of life

    Since our generation shows every indication of being the last humans, I thought I’d take a look. Never know when you might strike something with ...

  • The silence of the lands

    The most noise you hear is on Randy Simms’ Open Line, but even Randy seems inclined to give the beleaguered elected lot a break for the summer. ...

  • Fraught of it

    “Fraught” is not a word used much anymore. I thought I’d try to restore it to some of its former glory although I’m not even sure what it means. ...

  • If wishes were horses

    That’s where you make your wishes known about what you want to see or accomplish or just do before you pass on to the realms of angels and ...

  • Off the road again

    Last week, I drove to St. John's. And drove back again. No big thing. I've done it a thousand times at least. Now, before my friends, my ...

  • Everybody loves a lover

    Springdale - a lover's paradise! That's according to VOCM radio news, I'm told. I didn't hear the item myself, but this lady is usually fairly ...