Sometimes it’s difficult to remember the end goal of an advocate or activist action. In the heat of the moment, when all the chips are on the table, it’s hard to keep it about the objective and not the fight. Perhaps it’s our competitive nature or just emotions gone wild, but the death of so… Continue reading Rampway to Heaven
Growing up in Port Elgin, there weren’t a lot of accessible sports opportunities for Jeff. While youth with disabilities who live in bigger cities, like London, have several options for adapted team sports, those fortunate enough to live in the rural world with few peers in wheelchairs are largely limited to individual sports like wheelchair… Continue reading Robo-linebacker
For the last few years, Jeff has hosted all of his websites with a company based out of California with limited success. While the space was adequate and the prices right, the tech support was awful and he was tired of all the long distance bills from waiting on hold for hours on end. Ultimately,… Continue reading Movin’ home to London, Ontario
Tonight I was lucky enough to attend a public discussion on poverty as part of the Real Issue Conversation Series at the London Foodbank. The Real Issue is an innovative campaign being run by several organizations in London to generate a frank and honest discussion about poverty in our city. The discussion tonight was thought… Continue reading The Real Issue
Presented without comment…because we’re tired. Work and school are taking up a lot of time right now, but we appreciate you takin’ the time to stop by and see what the gang is up to this week!
Isn’t it sort of weird that we have “disabled” sports teams? While we understand the need for Special Olympics and Paralympics, theoretically speaking, it seems strange that we’ve developed leagues for people who are lacking ability. Isn’t the point of sport, at it’s core, to celebrate ultimate ability? Of course, we’re not advocating for the… Continue reading Movember