Friday, April 25, 2008

Beat these pictures, Burj Dubai!

Yesterday I went to Toronto for a shoot for a Sony commercial. It was not a lot of fun, but I did get a chance to snap two nerdily patriotic photos:


I was also in Port Dover the other day with Emily, and captured the following lovely picture:

Monday, April 21, 2008

Ring Ring Ring Banana King

I don't think there's any explanation necissary.

OK maybe there is. But I can't for the life of me imagine what that would be.

Although Transbuddha got it pretty close:

"Imagine if you will that Aqua Teen Hunger Force’s Carl was shoved into a Unicorn body and then pestered by a similarly unicorn’d Walter and Perry from Home Movies, and then hammer it down with a PCP laced mallet.

Yah, that still doesn’t explain it."

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Workin' Overtime

Sorry for the long wait.

I've been very busy with work and other work related things of late. I have good news. I will be going full time at ErinOak Kids in June, and until then there is no shift shortage to be certain. I still can't believe my luck, because I am the official bottom of the totem pole at work until they hire somebody new, so this was quite unexpected.

The other little bit of fun of late is my Birthday present.

Yoda enjoys Feist and my Lollapalooza '06 playlist, but thinks that it's cruel the way Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant pick on 'that poor bald man' in their podcast.

Friday, April 04, 2008

Canada on Strike

No not for more internet money. For more internet.

I am getting really sick of being blocked out of videos. And internet radio. But more so internet videos. I'm not even allowed to go to, because I might accidently view the Daily Show for free. Because I totally can't do that otherwise on CTV. Now I have to go to the crappy Comedy Network site, which will let me "watch full episodes", if I don't mind getting cut off every 10 seconds for them to buffer. I also deeply miss Pandora Internet radio, which is apparently banned in Canada. I can only assume that this is because it's a bad thing for me to get introduced to bands like Broken Social Scene.

I would complain, but seriously... on whose authority were these bans put in place? Nobody owns the internet. Well, except Google. It's probably Google's fault.

I suppose if I can't get more internet, I'll settle for a gift certificates to Bennigans.