Choosing My Own Adventure

I loved reading Choose Your Own Adventure books as a kid.

You arrive in a world that’s familiar and foreign. Every couple of pages, you’d encounter a fork in the road. You decided the direction not the outcome. Some directions led to death. Others led to heroic feats. But it was your choice.

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Attention Rush-Hour, TTC Subway Riders

Here’s a novel idea for rush-hour, TTC subway riders.

Put down your phone, Kindle or Dostoyevski novel. Look around. Take off your bulging backpack. Don’t bunch by the doors. If you see free space, scooch over and make room. We need to do better because who knows when the relief line will arrive.

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