A few days ago I wrote about the Robertson Screwdriver. Although some of my research led me to believe the Robertson was starting to make an appearance in the United States, most actual Americans who read my blog had never heard of it. I promised a follow up with pictures. And since pictures speak a … Continue reading Screw You Part Two
Queen Vic-tor-ia Don't know much about cha Every year in May A holiday is made out cha We're you an alcoholic? Cause we celebrate with booze Did you have a firework fetish? Explosives are what we do Did you like to pop a tent in the pouring rain? And smoke weed around the fire pit … Continue reading Victoria Day (A Poem)
In the case of Dumbass v. Dumbass nobody wins.
Welcome to Canada, where the health care is free, but wireless service requires you to bend over.
Matters involving cultural and religious freedoms are rarely simple. This is especially true in the province of Québec. The province is so culturally different from the rest of Canada that it's citizens nearly voted to separate from the country in 1995. The referendum that asked whether Québec should become its own sovereign country brought out … Continue reading A Matter of Church and State
It's a long way to the top if you wanna write a blog.
Join me for a history lesson in the misuse of the word temporary. Warning: It might be taxing on you.