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The Woodgold Papers | ISSN 2291-4102 Vol 1 Set 7 | Articles &tc By Rolf Auer
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What is the zeitgeist of 6 March 2013? This collection of articles, &tc try to describe.
Intersection - ISSN 2291-8647 Vol 1 Set 1 By Rolf Auer
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17 July 2013. Intersection newsletter Vol 1 Set 1. Politics, poetry, Oilsands, bitumen, pipelines.
Intersection - ISSN 2291-8647 Vol 1 Set 2 By Rolf Auer
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2 August 2013. Intersection newsletter Vol 1 Set 2. Politics, poetry, Lac Megantic, Senate "reform."
Intersection ISSN 2291-8647 Vol 1 Set 3 By Rolf Auer
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Two cartoons plus a quick overview of the policy resolutions of the Oct 31 - Nov 2 2013 Tory convention.
The Woodgold Papers | ISSN 2291-4102 Vol 1 Set 4 | A TV PLAY By Rolf Auer
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What is the zeitgeist of 27 February 2013? This 6-page TV play tries to describe.
The Woodgold Papers | ISSN 2291-4102 Vol 1 Set 9 | Angel and humans By Rolf Auer
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What is the zeitgeist of 8 March 2013? This 4-page TV play tries to describe.
The Woodgold Papers | ISSN 2291-4102 Vol 1 Set 8 | Stephen Harper - Night Nurse By Rolf Auer
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What is the zeitgeist of 7 March 2013? This 4-page play tries to describe.
The Woodgold Papers - Vol 1 Set 15 - A TV Play By Rolf Auer
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What is the zeitgeist of 6 June 2013? This short short humorous TV Play tries to describe.
Forty Ways To Leave Your MP Laughing By Rolf Auer
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The drawings are primitive; however, the dialogue makes up for that. And then there's the punchline!
The Woodgold Papers - ISSN 2291-4102 Vol 1 Set 14 - Welcome To Your Death By Rolf Auer
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If at present bitumen crude pipelines such as the proposed Keystone XL destroy the environment (and lives), why build them?