Are there any other stats you would like to see? BlackSheep Personality Type INTJ-T Bats Right Throws Right Followers 222 Kilometres Biked 3363 Doors Left Ajar 0 Drawers Left Ajar 0 Times Poison Ivy Contracted 10 Lawnmowers Fixed 6 Dart Win Percentage .576 Badminton Win Percentage 1.000 Most Viewed WordPress Post The Book of Job … Continue reading Baseball Card
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Warning: May Will Offend Monday, June 10, 2019 T-minus 3:00 hours until Raptors Game After a week and a half of sickness, I died. I went toward the light and ended up at the heavenly gates. It was like the images we've all seen before: fluffy clouds you can walk on and things made of … Continue reading Blackface/Whiteface II
Weird coincidences keep happening to me. My buddy, who is a math teacher, says it is all just the mathematical odds playing out. I'm not always so sure. Do you think the universe reveals things to us serendipitously, or are the things that happen to us just due to mathematical chance? Weird Coincidences So Far … Continue reading Weird Coincidence #7
If you came here for your regular dose of sarcastic complaining about society, this post may disappoint you. I want to tell you about someone positive who gives me a feeling of hope. On Twitter he's @superfan_nav and on Instagram he's @navbhatiasuperfan, but in Toronto, they call him "The Superfan". If you've watched a Raptors … Continue reading Nav Bhatia aka Superfan
In 1993 we watched Joe Carter hit the walk off home run to beat the Philadelphia Phillies in the World Series. We watched it here. At the cottage. In those days the signal came from the "TV Tower" a mile from here. The TV Tower was taken down and cut up for scrap when television … Continue reading Scotiabank Arena Miracle Part Deux
Rain, rain, go away I want to play horseshoes today Wet dogs indoors are not my thing Wet flip flops stuck with cedar leaves I bought an extra data plan To make the cell a wifi zone To hook the laptop to the phone To get the image on TV I hate all this technology … Continue reading Rain (A Poem)