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God’s Debris

God’s Debris

Spewed out 12 years, 2 months ago at 9:04 pm

God's Debris : A Thought Experiment So I received this book as a Christmas gift and it’s a relatively quick read. The content however is mighty clever. It’s written by Scott Adams, who I’m sure you’re probably familiar with his work. He’s the creator of Dilbert. Yup that witty office humour that everyone can relate to.

After reading this book Scott Adams is someone I’ll have to add to my continuing fascination with humourists who are incredibly talented and clever when it comes to more serious things. I’m determined to figure out the correlation. I mainly witness it with media celebrities. Perhaps it’s simply raw talent, but take these few people for example. Jim Carrey, Robin Williams, Adam Sandler, and Jamie Foxx.

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To The Border Guard

To The Border Guard

Spewed out 12 years, 3 months ago at 8:19 pm

This is to the customs agent at the Pacific Highway border crossing (the truck crossing). In case you do actually check me out further, I do blog about my travels. When you asked me if I would blog about you, I told you I would. So here it is, me blogging about you and how you made it such a smooth and humorous crossing into the United States. As promised even though I have my laptop with me I have not done any work on it in the USA. “Have to preserve that US economy”.

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Flickr Christmas Easter Egg

Flickr Christmas Easter Egg

Spewed out 12 years, 3 months ago at 3:23 am

In case you haven’t seen me easter-egging up your flickr account yet this season check out the wonderful fun you can have with your friends (or strangers).  If you add a note to their photo with either “ho ho ho hat” or “ho ho ho beard” it’ll add an image of a Santa hat or beard respectively.  You can see this example with a photo of my friend Joe.

Snail Mail Makes Me Happy

Snail Mail Makes Me Happy

Spewed out 12 years, 3 months ago at 6:38 pm

MailIn a time when snail mail practically only exists to bring you bad news in the form of bills and good news in the form of magazine subscriptions, it makes me incredibly happy to receive snail mail.

My friend Wai sent me a Christmas card. I even got a HO HO HO stamp as many will see from Canada Post on mail arriving this time of year. Even my parents have started to send less and less Christmas cards. I remember in years past when in November my mom would have a stack of cards and envelopes on the dining room table after dinner. My job was to seal the envelopes and lick the stamps, now all the stamps are stickers and it doesn’t take numerous nights to write cards.

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Spewed out 12 years, 3 months ago at 6:45 am

On the tail of processing my whole Mexico experience I’ve been trying to re-assess my perspectives and views once again. Things have definitely been a little odd lately and life has been acting up. I think there’s a reason why life doesn’t come with a “strange occurance return policy”.

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Strangely Interesting

  • Check this out. Someone took the time to draw a pic of Homer Simpson purely in CSS.

  • Not feeling safe at night? How about a table that turns into a shield and bat?

  • Seeing as I will most likely never climb Everest, this will have to do.  Someone has kindly created this 360 Degree panorama of the view from the top.


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