Monthly Archives: April 2007

A little too ironic

April 30, 2007 2 Comments »

It seems that in saving us from skin cancer, sunscreen has killed us three times over from cancers caused by a lack of Vitamin D. And not just cancers: [R]esearchers are linking low vitamin D status to a host of ... Read More »


April 27, 2007 Comments Off on Amazing!

I’ve known some pretty good tricksters – Neil McCall comes to mind – but this guy is way beyond that… check it out! Read More »


April 26, 2007 2 Comments »

I’ve had to correct some humourous answers to test questions before, but none were quite this side-splittingly funny&# Read More »


April 24, 2007 2 Comments »

I just speant 20 minutes putting together a post on summer movies, complete with witty awards for each. Then I got the “Internal Server Error” and it is all gone. Yes I know I should have copied it in to ... Read More »

Two things:

April 21, 2007 Comments Off on Two things:

One: ouch! Two: Wal-Mart wades into the next-gen disc format war… but on whose side Read More »

Deep thoughts

April 19, 2007 3 Comments »

Marc Vandersluys over at The Eagle & Child has an interesting set of posts up about a book called The Evangelical Universalist. The thesis of the book is that God will save everyone in the end (i.e. not everyone is ... Read More »

The collapse of a once proud institution

April 18, 2007 Comments Off on The collapse of a once proud institution

How bad are things for the RCMP right now? Really, really bad. This has become the new normal for Canada’s oldest police force. Those who rose quickly through the ranks yesterday have become the smeared serges of today. Lies have ... Read More »

Thinking of switching

April 18, 2007 3 Comments »

I’ve been hosted by CrossSpot for the last few years, and they’ve been pretty good to me – good uptime, and good response time on problems. However, their upgrades are going very slowly and so I’m thinking of switching. I ... Read More »

A true original

April 17, 2007 Comments Off on A true original

So I had last week off and I took the opportunity to veg a little… yay! Anyhow, we watched the movie Eragon, and I was intrigued enough by the film to buy the book. I liked the book so much, ... Read More »


April 15, 2007 1 Comment »

Checked my stats logs for the month and saw this: Interesting&# Read More »

The islamification of Europe

April 7, 2007 2 Comments »

Schools [in Britain] are dropping the Holocaust from history lessons to avoid offending Muslim pupils, a Government backed study has revealed. It found some teachers are reluctant to cover the atrocity for fear of upsetting students whose beliefs include Holocaust ... Read More »


April 7, 2007 2 Comments »

This would be bad news. Hopefully this will work itself out Read More »