Born to a budding artist who gave it all up for Motherhood and Alex from Clockwork Orange who has been reformed by Fatherhood, Tim is the first of two children born on the barren yet scenic coast of Norfolk, England.
He moved to Canada when he was eight and had the unholy snot beaten out of him by nationalist Quebecois for almost two years before his family escaped Montreal to Free Canada. Growing up in Streetsville he had an idealic childhood in which he knocked out his front teeth playing ice hockey; the Canadian dream!
Tim is bitter graduate of Guelph U where he spent a lot of money and got eduacated, but it was all made worthwhile when he discovered a wonderful little thing named Alanna in a Canadian Children's Literature class. They got married and galivanted off to Japan for two years and have since returned to a smaller, darker Canada.
A fierce photographer, angry writer, vicious technologist and politically incorrect philosopher, Tim has no outstanding issues, refuses counciling and is unafraid to chase the puck into the corner.
Bad Historical Comparisons and What Iraq is really about (Mar
Bankers (Nov 20, 2009)
Being Here (Jul 23, 2002)
The dangers of poorly trained humans (Feb 17, 2003)
Democracy is Bad for Business (Oct 28, 2002)
How a Good Idea Devalued us All (Nov 19, 2002)
How the UN made itself redundant and what to do about it (May 17, 2003)
The joys of Commercial Transport (Jun 24, 2003)
Landlords (Sep 1, 2003)
MBA: A License to Steal (Jan 29, 2003)
Mixing Isms (Sep 1, 2009)
Peak Oil is All About Peak Food Production (Mar 30, 2011)
Revisionist History (Jan 26, 2004)
The Space Between (Jan 5, 2004)
Sustainable Anything? (Mar 15, 2011)
What we are (Mar 3, 2003)
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MBA: A License to Steal (Jan 29, 2003) - 206 visits
Peak Oil is All About Peak Food Production (Mar 30, 2011) - 182 visits
Democracy is Bad for Business (Oct 28, 2002) - 179 visits
The Space Between (Jan 5, 2004) - 149 visits