Given the proximity to the ocean, the dew was dense last night. As a result, my sleeping bag was soaked and it took an hour for me to dry it out once the sun rose. The only interruption in my peaceful morning was a gaggle of geese eating insects near the table in my campsite. I grabbed my camera for a photograph and when I was within five feet of them, a large white goose blew the clarion and suddenly I had six geese chasing me until I jumped up on the table. First dogs, now geese.
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Most of the items below were taken from Vancouver newspapers and other Canadian media, starting in with an interview on the CBC Canadian Broadcasting Corporation -- national radio with Gillian Anderson that I transcribed and posted to alt. Other items were sent to me from Internet pen pals in exotic locations like Australia. I also attended the party for the third season finale which featured numerous cast members, and in my Internet technical support job, I had to call up someone in the X-Files office they were our customers to give them help. I didn't know who the customer was in advance, so when someone at the other end answered "The X-Files," I just about fell out of my chair. If you're planning a visit to Vancouver, there are plenty of X-Files locations to explore.
Mikes graduated in Budapest in ; he studied law and received his doctorate at Budapest University, after that he worked as a lawyer  but at the same time he became a journalist and started to work for Reggel "Morning" , a Budapest newspaper. The experience of the German Jewish refugees coming to his home in Hungary for help after had left an abiding impression upon him. So in , when Mikes had originally been sent to London to cover the Munich Crisis and expected to stay for only a couple of weeks, just one year before the outbreak of World War II he decided not to return to Hungary, and instead remained in England.
I’m reminded of a similar incident when I was at fellow PAC-10 school Arizona State in the mid 80s. The editor of the school paper, Len Munsil, wrote an article critical of homosexual lifestyles. The next day brought not reasoned responses and data trying to prove him incorrect but a job marching down the main mall and shouting, “Muzzle Munsil!”