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Matt Asher, Toronto & Muskoka

Mattasher



Mar 28 '14
Over?

Over?

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Mar 12 '14

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Mar 11 '14
Things are looking up.

Things are looking up.

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Mar 10 '14
It’s time to work.

It’s time to work.

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Mar 7 '14

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Feb 28 '14
Distillery district.

Distillery district.

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Feb 27 '14

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Feb 26 '14
Back to cold - > back to remembering summers gone by. 

Back to cold - > back to remembering summers gone by. 

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Feb 22 '14

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Feb 20 '14
Name that location.

Name that location.

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Feb 19 '14
The path beckons. Leave everything behind, wander out into the trees and make them your home. Never mind the cold or the three feet of snow. The deeper you enter the woods the less you’ll notice, until one day the snow will disappear and the warm green world will embrace you. 

The path beckons. Leave everything behind, wander out into the trees and make them your home. Never mind the cold or the three feet of snow. The deeper you enter the woods the less you’ll notice, until one day the snow will disappear and the warm green world will embrace you. 

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Feb 18 '14
What are you doing this evening?

What are you doing this evening?

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Feb 18 '14
If Bloor and Yonge was a TV series, which one would it be? 

If Bloor and Yonge was a TV series, which one would it be? 

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Feb 16 '14
In the sphere of natural phenomena, there is no distinction between the two objectives. Nature obeys laws that operate independently of whether they are understood or not; the only way man can bend nature to his will is by understanding and applying these laws. That is why alchemy has failed and natural science reigns supreme. 

In the sphere of natural phenomena, there is no distinction between the two objectives. Nature obeys laws that operate independently of whether they are understood or not; the only way man can bend nature to his will is by understanding and applying these laws. That is why alchemy has failed and natural science reigns supreme. 

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Feb 14 '14

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