Monthly Archives: April 2016

The Answer to Toronto’s Condo Wall

A wall of condos and other high rises presently blocks part of the waterfront from the rest of Toronto. Real Estate is location, location, location and the waterfront is part of Toronto’s downtown area. There is money to be made … Continue reading

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Bill C51 as a Verb

For allowing Bill C51 to rule the land I would like to do things to the right honourable Justin Trudeau and Stephen Harper. If I could do anything to the pair, I would turn Harper into a rat. Let’s see … Continue reading

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The Cultural Appropriation of the West

Much has been made about the developed world (otherwise known as the west) and its cultural appropriation of the developing world and other disenfranchised groups. But cultural appropriation swings both ways so I’d like to point out the cultural appropriation … Continue reading

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I’m a Nerd

I’m a nerd, that’s the word, That says I’m smart you turd, Your insult now is blurred, This is the same as saying honky, I’d have said right up your donkey, That’s your ass, sasafrass, When you have power you … Continue reading

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Assigning IQs to Freud and Jung

Psychology has taken to assigning IQs to people who have never taken IQ tests. Einstein only garners an IQ of 160, thus we have to put up with an article every week that declares a kid “smarter than Einstein”. Who … Continue reading

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