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Sometimes Bad is Good.

I picked up this little Oxaca cup in an antique store in one of my favourite little towns Fredricksburg, Texas. A lovely little German town surrounded by wineries. A lazy river flowed thru the town of many great restaurants and galleries.

The tiny wee handle on it is so bad it's good. I have found a way to pinch it like I did my mum's fine china tea cups. It is lead glazed and makes my tequila, ice and lime taste absolutely delicious. I figure those of you that eat Big Macs are putting something far worse in your mouths.
So maybe it''s about making what appears bad to be good.
About a decade ago I read one of Canada's top economists book "Why your world is about to become a whole lot smaller"- by Jeff Rubin.
He was warning that except in a recession (like now) oil is never going to be cheap. Shipping kiwi's from NZ to Canada some 15000 kilometres is not smart. Bananas don't grow in Canada but apples do. Eat apples for Gawds sake. Do you think my n…

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