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  1. quert commented on Get Fuzzy about 1 month ago

    I am sure the residents of Newfoundland will be surprised to find out they are fictional….

  2. quert commented on Clay Bennett 11 months ago

    Good for you lonecat, beautiful day here as well, voted this morning,maybe a 5 minute wait. Scrutineers said line up when they opened and steady stream of voters. Yeah our campaigns are usually only 39-42 days this one felt so interminably long but at least it hopefully will backfire on the one who made it so long

  3. quert commented on Gary Varvel about 1 year ago

    You really are a sad and pathetic individual aren’t you

  4. quert commented on Signe Wilkinson about 1 year ago

    Wow, who p*ssed in your Cheerios, I never said anything that implied that all Americans were to blame…only said it was sad it’s life came to an end in Philly and pointed out that it had a great time in Mass.

    The rest of my post was just facts about the history of Hitchbot..or is it fact that upsets you????

  5. quert commented on Signe Wilkinson about 1 year ago

    Ah, there are none so blind as those that will not see

  6. quert commented on Signe Wilkinson about 1 year ago

    Hitchbot was designed by 2 Canadian university prof’s as a social experiment. It relied totally on the kindness of strangers to get it from place to place. Its first trip was a 6000km journey across Canada which was accomplished in 26 days. it then learned some German and traversed Germany and had a “vacation” in the Netherlands…all without incident. Its journeys have been followed by kids and adults alike. While travelling it would interact with the folks who picked it up, dispensing factoids along the way.
    It is a shame that it came to an end in Philly, but it seem to have had a good time in Mass. Went to a red Sox game, was out to sea etc.
    Hopefully it will be rebuilt and go on to prove that there are more good than bad people in the world…

  7. quert commented on Tom Toles about 1 year ago

    Hitchbot was designed by 2 Canadian university prof’s as a social experiment. It relied totally on the kindness of strangers to get it from place to place. Its first trip was a 6000km journey across Canada which was accomplished in 26 days. it then learned some German and traversed Germany and had a “vacation” in the Netherlands…all without incident. Its journeys have been followed by kids and adults alike. While travelling it would interact with the folks who picked it up, dispensing factoids along the way.
    It is a shame that it came to an end in Philly, but it seem to have had a good time in Mass. Went to a red Sox game, was out to sea etc.
    Hopefully it will be rebuilt and go on to prove that there are more good than bad people in the world…

  8. quert commented on Get Fuzzy over 2 years ago

    Whoa, somebody put some snarkies in your Wheaties this morning????

  9. quert commented on Get Fuzzy over 2 years ago

    And you have the ability to be creative and funny 365 days a year for multiple years…..get over it. I would rather have reruns of Conley 6 days and 1 day of new than most of the other garbage out there

  10. quert commented on Jeff Stahler almost 3 years ago

    Well here is one Canadian who can vouch for it. I have had both knees replaced in the past 16 months and the only cost to me was the difference between a standard and private room and my post hospital outpatient physiotherapy (which I chose to do at a private clinic) and those were mostly covered by the supplemental insurance we carry for just those things not covered by our gov’t plan. My pre-surgery and post surgery physician visits, visits with sports medicine, injections for my knees while undergoing conservative treatment (at my own request) initially. All medications, dressings, home physio and nursing immediately post hospitalization.
    Yes I know I have paid for it through taxes over the years, but I also know that I don’t have to worry about bankrupting myself or loosing my home if I have any sort of catastrophic illness.

    Respectfully