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Hawking Radiated

March 14, 2018
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Hawking Radiated

I’ve always believed that I could have been as smart as Stephen Hawking if I were him, instead of me. In honour of his life, you won’t hear about his biggest blunder, but you should.…

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Book Fun

February 24, 2018
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  I’ve been shoplifting lately. From Chapters. I call it slow shoplifting. Every day I go into the store and read one chapter from a book. Without paying. In about two weeks, depending on the length of…

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Electrician’s Licence?

February 19, 2018
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Electrician’s Licence?

I’ve been reading some books on how to rewire my brain. I’m anxious. Can I really trust myself to properly rewire my brain all on my own? Shouldn’t I at least have an electrician’s licence?…

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VE Day

February 14, 2018
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VE Day

As we all learn in school, VE Day is an important day, historically speaking. Its impact on the world is still being studied by scholars. VE Day is, of course, Valentines Everywhere Day. We know…

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Backup Killer, SUV

February 11, 2018
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Backup Killer, SUV

I filmed an entire movie with my car’s backup camera. It’s bold, innovative, Hitchcockian, and a bit blurry in spots because some days wet snow was stuck to the camera. It’s called Backup Killer, SUV, about…

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Getting Ahead of the Day

February 2, 2018
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Today, instead of sitting around and waiting for the shit to hit the fan, I’m gonna throw the fan directly at the unsuspecting shit. Take it by surprise. Catch it off guard. I’ll have to…

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Hotter Than Hell

January 23, 2018
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Hotter Than Hell

Climate scientists have discovered that not only is the earth heating up, but Hell is getting hotter too. As of the last four seconds, Hell has gone from 4,563°F to 5,695°F. At this heat, all…

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Wit Bits

January 4, 2018
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Wit Bits

My mom always said I had a one-track mind, but she was wrong. Even worse, I have an 8-track mind. Embarrassing, since no one makes 8-track any more. And mine’s broken. I really have to…

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Odd Jobs

December 20, 2017
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Odd Jobs

Sometimes I like to think about jobs that I would never, ever consider doing. Jobs that are crazy stupid, as jobs go. One of them is working for those tree cutting companies. Not the ones…

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Phrases

December 16, 2017
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Why do we call really late at night the “wee morning hours”? First of all, the word “wee” suggests a size. Time has no size. It has a duration. “Wee” could apply to the size of…

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