Recently, I took my family to the Model Railroad Club of Toronto show. If you ever get a chance to attend this show or something similar in your city, I strongly urge you to do so.
I’m not really into model trains myself, but the club has been working on their display since 1938 and it is quite impressive. The kids enjoyed it as well. I kept a sharp eye out for the Swayze Express, but unfortunately did not see it.
Of course, part of me was wondering what amazing things this group could accomplish if they spent their time doing something useful. I’m kidding of course – it was amazing.
Here’s an article with pictures and a review from the show.
On with the links
David Olive from the Star wrote an interesting article stating that Warren Buffet is irrelevant.
I think Frugal Trader is pondering a Tim Horton’s franchise. Some interesting franchise information in the post and comments.
A rather amusing description of a librarians’ union rally. I’m staying clear of all picket lines – you never know what will set off those librarian goons.
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