Monthly Archives: September 2007

Not so dumb

September 29, 2007 6 Comments » – Are you dumb Read More »

People will believe anything…

September 28, 2007 Comments Off on People will believe anything…

Hysterical parents pull kids from school based on rumour circulated on MSN messenger… We had an interesting day… from the moment I arrived at school, there was a particular buzz in the air. Students asking each other, “Are you staying?” ... Read More »


September 26, 2007 2 Comments »

If you know me, you know I have a lot of movies. For a couple of years now, I’ve used DVD Profiler to keep track of them. If you know me, you’ll also know that I have a lot of ... Read More »


September 21, 2007 4 Comments »

So why, with the loonie at 100 cents US, are our book & magazine prices still $2-$3 more expensive in CDN than in USD? Also, I want to buy an iPod classic… in the US, it retails for $249 – ... Read More »


September 20, 2007 3 Comments »

Sasktel has rolled out their DVR offering in the Sasktel Max service areas. I’ve been wanting this since we first signed up for Max, so as soon as I saw that it was available, I hooked us up. We were ... Read More »


September 19, 2007 Comments Off on Yaarrrr!

Just a reminder, mateys: September 19th be International Talk Like A Pirate Day! Yo-ho! Read More »

Career choice

September 16, 2007 1 Comment »

Marc’s got a career test up at The E&C (username: nycareers, p/w: landmark). I took it and got these results: 1. Music Teacher / Instructor 2. Corporate Trainer 3. Computer Trainer 4. Foreign Language Instructor 5. ESL Teacher 6. Professor ... Read More »

No really, this is a serious issue

September 13, 2007 4 Comments »

Eating less meat may slow climate change (fewer animals means less flatulance which means less global warming which means less disease which means…) Read More »

Census Data on Families

September 12, 2007 2 Comments »

A record one in four Canadian families with children is headed by a lone parent (now almost 1.5 million). For the first time in the nation’s history, married people are in the minority. Statistics Canada said the 2006 census showed ... Read More »

You have got to be kidding me…

September 9, 2007 3 Comments »

Took this test, and got these results: 1. Theoretical Ideal Candidate (100%) 2. Al Gore (not announced) (57%) 3. Mike Huckabee (57%) 4. Michael Bloomberg (not announced) (57%) 5. Barack Obama (55%) 6. John McCain (55%) 7. Bill Richardson (53%) ... Read More »

This is serious!

September 8, 2007 Comments Off on This is serious!

The newest threat to US national security, according to Bush Read More »

New iPods

September 5, 2007 4 Comments »

Apparently a refresh on the whole line, although I can’t figure out what’s new about the shuffle, other than it comes in a PRODUCT(RED) version now… So, the details: Shuffle: nothing really new, except the aforementioned charity Shuffle. Nano: totally ... Read More »