buy kamagra usa buy stromectol online kaufen cialis buy antibiotics online Online Pharmacy vermectin apotheke buy stromectol europe buy zithromax online levitra usa buy doxycycline online stromectol apotheke deutschland doxycycline buy ivermectin online buy amoxil online

David Suzuki

David Suzuki will be on campus at the U of Alberta on Thursday, Jan 9. His talk is part of The Revolutionary Speakers Series. Last year in September, Ralph Nader spoke to a packed house about the environment, government, and citizens’ civic responsibilities to get involved. My guess is that Suzuki will be addressing the Kyoto Accord, which our provincial government has done everything it can to discredit and slam. It fascinates me one of our premier’s favorite sayings is “short term pain for long term gain”, yet when such pain might affect his oil baron buddies, it doesn’t apply. I’m looking forward to Suzuki’s lecture. I have seen him speak twice before, once in the late 60s when I skipped high school to watch him at the U of Manitoba.

School begins tomorrow, and I have lectures to deliver in various engineering design and report writing courses. January is always our heaviest month on campus.

4 Responses to “David Suzuki”

  1. Geoff Says:

    I would really like to hear David Suzuki’s presentation. I’ve seen a few televised specials and have been really impressed with both his ideas and his presentation style. However, I don’t know if I can shell out for both Suzuki and Stephen Wright in one month (they are charging 65 bucks!). What to do, what to do…

  2. kelly Says:

    $65? Damn. I was wondering how much he was, as I wanted to go see him.

  3. randy Says:

    Kelly, Suzuki is $25, Stephen Wright (comedian) is $65. See you at Suzuki?

  4. kelly Says:

    $25? Ouch. No, probably not.

Leave a Reply