Archive for the ‘annoyance’ Category

Bullshit Copyright Laws

March 25, 2009

Hollywood chins were loosing revenue and tits through pitch correctors were leaking profits. Governments were forced to step in and ensure that good money can still be made from bad content. So we get stricter legislation on intellectual property (more…)

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Support our Troops, not our war.

March 11, 2009


Defense is popular

Canada, we have a reputation as peace keepers- destroying the enemy is not peace keeping. We should only be engaged in defending peaceful citizens and providing aid in Afghanistan. As soon as you hunt someone down, even a bad guy, you become an aggressor. Once you become an aggressor, it is very easy for your enemy to find new recruits and (more…)

War, a cause worth fighting for.

February 9, 2009

If you’re not Canadian, I’m sure you have a similar campaign in your western nation you can relate to. Proud Canadians put yellow ribbons on their vehicles proclaiming: Support our Troops. Which, of course, really means support the war (more…)

Toronto Hydro Outages

January 17, 2009

Well, its back to electricity again- my post during the blackout wouldn’t save for some reason? We were without power for 24hrs at a low temperature hitting -20C. Was there a terrible conspiracy here, it all sounds perfect right? Did an alien ship crash in the neighborhood? A wanted international spy was discovered in the area so they cut the power to hunt him down? Maybe a network of computers were becoming (more…)

Why I try to avoid new music

January 12, 2009

Theres really not much sense talking to me about new bands and such, i just dont really follow all of that. Hear some when im christmas shopping. . .. So much good old music, just havnt really gotten past it all yet. (more…)

Pedestrian

December 24, 2008

Good way to get people out of their cars; make it easier to be a pedestrian. I went shopping for some gifts today, needed to hit a mall and home depot. I don’t own a car, so i can only get there by transit and risk my life going from one store to the other (more…)

Nothing is Arbitrary

December 19, 2008

Well, if somebody made a decision about something, they necessarily had to chose between options. The act of choosing itself depicts an understanding. If you were truly deadlocked, you could not act. Whatever the minute detail is that pushes you one way or the other may be outside of your own consciousness (more…)

Night Shift

December 11, 2008

I’m not lazy, I’m sleeping in the afternoon because i work night shift. Why don’t you day people get this? (more…)

The Alkaline Battery Hoax

December 5, 2008


Here’s a good question. Children obviously get a hold of batteries since they run so many toys. According to the battery makers, these things “may explode or leak”. If we were giving something this dangerous to children wouldn’t it need CSA, or ASA approval or something? Batteries don’t need the approval of a safety organization because they do not contain anything dangerous.

Repeatedly disposing of everyday alkaline batteries is completely unnecessary. Its a perfect example of misleading the public in the interests of profit. (more…)

Gas, A Good One

November 20, 2008

Here’s a good trick. Price of oil has potential to go up; gas prices immediately go up by a larger percentage. . . but. . . .oil prices go down in reality, gas prices very slowly and reluctantly go down by a smaller percentage. (more…)