Samara Sonmor

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Name: Samara Sonmor
Date registered: November 9, 2011

Latest posts

  1. Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and Corporate Social Responsibility — May 4, 2012
  2. Attainable Sustainable Communities — May 2, 2012
  3. Consumediaism — May 1, 2012
  4. Space Balls — April 29, 2012
  5. Peak Content — April 28, 2012

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  1. Sex With my Husband at the End of this Post — 2 comments
  2. Occupy Christmas 2011 — 1 comment

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Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and Corporate Social Responsibility

"A comprehensive history of great business fortunes would show a disconcertingly large number that were made [where…] the enterpriser devised a silent way to commonize costs while continuing to privatize the profits." — Garrett Hardin ( British Petroleum (“BP”) scored a 90 out of 100 on Ceres’ “2006 Corporate Governance and Climate Change: Making the… Continue reading »


Attainable Sustainable Communities

In North America, food security and production has to be of paramount importance to realize any attempt at sustainability. Quite simply, we need to eat.



I am wondering how many insurance policies they might be thinking about stuffing into boxes of Corn Pops or Shreddies when I am not looking.


Space Balls

Do we really need to import toxic waste from space now?


Peak Content

We have built all of our systems (economic, social, political, technological, cultural) on a very oily house of cards, based on the somewhat erroneous assumption that we will just shrug, and go back to the old ways when the poker party’s finally over.


Sex With my Husband at the End of this Post

So, I got called a hypocrite the other day on G+ for talking about Canada’s withdrawal from Kyoto  (You can look it up here if you really want to.)  It wasn’t a huge deal, you get these trolls now and again, but it got me thinking.  Why do I put it out there?  Why do… Continue reading »


Occupy Christmas 2011

Well, it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, at least in our mailbox.  Today the flyers outnumbered the total pages of our two (TWO!) community newspapers.  Sadly, there are more deals than news right now.  16,000 plus people in our region.  Let the wild rumpus start!  And we don’t even have a Walmart.  (Yet… Continue reading »