Saturday, May 28, 2011

After the pouring rain, to meet the morning train

Now that the Rapture has been postponed until October (give or take a few billion years), we can get back to everyday business. You still have time to do that thing you always wanted to do. At least until the next Doomsday prediction.

That reminds me... my company was going to publish a Mayan calendar for next year that ended on December 21st. That never went anywhere.

Anyway, by the time you read this, I'll likely be dancing at a friend's wedding, or recovering from the effects of said wedding. Let's get down to business.

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Nothing to see here...

No post today. I'm out of town. Maybe Monday? If we survive the Rapture, that is. I just didn't want to leave anyone hanging.

It's the Victoria Day weekend in Canada. To anyone who has the time off, happy long weekend!

EDIT: It's Tuesday. Clearly, I did not get back in town in time to put up a new post. I might do a special mid-week post to make up for it.
EDIT: Nope. That never happened. Please see the May 28th entry for more.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

The week that Sean Avery stepped up, and more

Hello and welcome to the weekend. As of this writing, it is a grey morning. Maybe listen to Here Comes the Sun to perk things up, and let's get started with roundups and opinions. And in case you're used to the regular format of these things, today's post does not end with music or videos (although they're there), so make sure you scroll all the way to the bottom for the complete musings.

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Party on the left, party on the right. In more ways than one.

I should explore my neighbourhood more often. For example, I didn't always know that the pub down the street had karaoke nights, and that it drew a pretty big crowd. I don't know about you readers, but at least half the fun for me is watching as some people perform either a) terrible renditions of songs, b) terrible songs, or c) ridiculously good versions of songs without a trace of irony. It's also fun to learn some new lyrics once in a while, and have an "A-HA!" moment when you realize that Kurt Cobain was actually singing about being "forever in debt to your priceless advice" in stead of being "forever in debt to your prices and fines." It happens to the best of us.

Let's get this weekend moving.
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