Monthly Archives: July 2013

AUrange.

It’s all in the details. Which is something we hear all the time – in job descriptions, on resumes, as part of the test we’re about to take: the details make things special. Special because someone, somewhere, took the time … Continue reading

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“Have you tried …”

It’s honestly killing me, you guys. Every day, when I start my computer, I do three things: 1. Check my email. It is mostly Facebook updates. 2. Check my Facebook. It is mostly reminders to check my email. 3. Goggle … Continue reading

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Rocket Elbow.

You guys. I saw Pacific Rim this morning. They cancelled the hell outta that apocalypse. It was 30 minutes of pure cinematic joy followed by 90 minutes of not quite fast enough action, weird wavy-hand ‘science’ and rousing speeches of … Continue reading

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Larry

Challenging myself to write and post something everyday has been great – and then today, I hit the dreded wall. Or, if you’re a fan of The Oatmeal like I am, The Blerch has arrived. That guy is a genius, I … Continue reading

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AKA

I live in a multiverse. And that’s mostly because I live in Toronto – every time I turn on my television, I have an 18%* chance of seeing the characters I love running around my city. But calling it another … Continue reading

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Money$kirt

I would write a show called “Money$kirt”. It’s the heartbreaking, yet gently encouraging story of a woman named Penny who’s family passes down, from generation to generation, the secret of succeeding in a world dominated by men who couldn’t figure … Continue reading

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Rule 42.

I really, painfully embarrassingly, love NCIS. I know. It’s a police procedural that isn’t exactly The Wire. They’ve got fancy gadgets, a bad guy of the week, a coroner who talks to dead people – and the reputation of being … Continue reading

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