Wednesday, March 31, 2010

This Week In History

I was thinking about Jesus last night.  If I was him, I wouldn't have slept very well during this week of riots and madness.  I think that may be one of the many reasons I'm not Jesus.

Monday, March 29, 2010

Friday, March 26, 2010


Dear Secret Boyfriend,

Just so you know, you are totally allowed to take me to Opera Hamilton's performance of:

(April 22 & 24 @ Hamilton Place)

Monday, March 22, 2010

Postmodern Homer and His Pearls of Wisdom

Here are 2 things that aren't secrets:
  1. I really like The Simpsons.
  2. Homer Simpson has pervaded Western culture.
I've collected a few Homer quotes here.  I'm pretty sure you can live your life by them...

“It’s better to watch stuff than do stuff.”

“Good things don’t end in ‘eum’ (like museum) they end in ‘mania’ or ‘teria’ (like cafeteria).”

“Trying is the first step towards failure.”

“A boy can learn more in an airport than he can in any school.”

“If God didn’t want us to eat in church, he would have made gluttony a sin.”

“Ah, the tunnel of love – nothing gets a woman in your arms faster than scary robots and simulated privacy.”

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

I'm Sure I Don't Know This Girl

She's wearing green, so this totally counts as a St. Paddy's post. Be safe if you're going out tonight. I'll be worrying about you...

Monday, March 15, 2010

Current Musical Obsession

CMO: "Polite Dance Song" by The Bird and the Bee

I couldn't embed the official video so here is a link to it. I highly suggest you check it out. Highly.

Monday, March 08, 2010

Here's Hoping

So I'm going to engage in a little project today that should improve this wee blog of mine.  Either that or it will cause me to pull all of my hair out.  Maybe both.

Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Licking Their Wounds

This came courtesy of Twitter, via a blog:

A radio station in Buffalo, New York refused to play Canadian music Monday in response to Team Canada’s gold medal hockey win over the U.S. Sunday.

103.3 The Edge announced its plans on their website prior to canning Canadian content. American listeners joined in on the fun, by encouraging the station to continue to ban northern music permanently until the next Olympics.

“We hope you understand our passive-aggressiveness,” read part of the message on The Edge’s site.
The station said it’s nothing personal, but they needed to do something to make them feel superior to us, even if it was just for a day.

Monday, March 01, 2010


....recovering from the Olympics...regular posting will resume shortly.....yes i know my comments are medal....what?.....he shoots he scores.....finally get to stop hearing the I Believe song.....sigh