Archive for March, 2011

  • There is something fundamentally attractive about water, especially flowing water.  It invites the eye to watch the flow and follow it to where gravity pulls it, even if it is just a city street outflow system.   The melt of the snow is creating these water run-offs along every street […]

    Gutter Rivers

    There is something fundamentally attractive about water, especially flowing water.  It invites the eye to watch the flow and follow it to where gravity pulls it, even if it is just a city street outflow system.   The melt of the snow is creating these water run-offs along every street […]

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  • An Ant. A velvet painting of Verne Troyer A bookmark left in an original 1752 printing of Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s “The Social Contract” An envelope containing Russell Brand’s wishes as a 12 year old boy Most of the Vancouver Canucks (exception, Roberto Luongo) Sea-Dog matches Charlie Sheen’s cousin A Mrs. Doubtfire […]

    Things Katy Perry Kissed and DIDN’T Like

    An Ant. A velvet painting of Verne Troyer A bookmark left in an original 1752 printing of Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s “The Social Contract” An envelope containing Russell Brand’s wishes as a 12 year old boy Most of the Vancouver Canucks (exception, Roberto Luongo) Sea-Dog matches Charlie Sheen’s cousin A Mrs. Doubtfire […]

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  •   A Centrepiece A Bookkeeper In a malaise A Top Gear Top Tip Out of Tube Socks Not happy with her choice of glue guns Happy just to be nominated D.B. Cooper Touchy feely at linens stores Buying a bigger piano because she wants to be pro-octive.

    Things J. Geils’ Angel ALSO Is

      A Centrepiece A Bookkeeper In a malaise A Top Gear Top Tip Out of Tube Socks Not happy with her choice of glue guns Happy just to be nominated D.B. Cooper Touchy feely at linens stores Buying a bigger piano because she wants to be pro-octive.

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  • Prescriptions for Aspirin His own ticket “War” ( But not “Peace”) The game engine for Nintendo 64’s “NHL ’95” The last season of “The A-Team” Clay Aitken’s blueprint “The Safety Dance” but meant for it to be recorded by Melissa Manchester, not Men Without Hats The first ten minutes of […]

    Things Barry Manilow Also Claims He WRITES

    Prescriptions for Aspirin His own ticket “War” ( But not “Peace”) The game engine for Nintendo 64’s “NHL ’95” The last season of “The A-Team” Clay Aitken’s blueprint “The Safety Dance” but meant for it to be recorded by Melissa Manchester, not Men Without Hats The first ten minutes of […]

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  • The Canadian Chocolate Bar Association Central Park Anti-Littering League Winnie The Pooh Fans for Quayle Christmas Island Hedonism 4 The Playboy Shed, out back of the Mansion, where the more mechanically inclined Bunnies secretly repair Hef’s fleet of Buick LaSabres. The apartment belonging to Larry Dallas, Jack Tripper’s upstairs buddy […]

    Places Where Garth Brooks DOESN’T Have Any Friends

    The Canadian Chocolate Bar Association Central Park Anti-Littering League Winnie The Pooh Fans for Quayle Christmas Island Hedonism 4 The Playboy Shed, out back of the Mansion, where the more mechanically inclined Bunnies secretly repair Hef’s fleet of Buick LaSabres. The apartment belonging to Larry Dallas, Jack Tripper’s upstairs buddy […]

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  • [Inspired by the 99p Challenge] Not having another hit The hiccups A sober David Hasselhoff suggesting an album of Duets That Green Day will show up at his house and unfurl a banner that reads “Disquieted” If he stows away on a CN freight train picking up empty containers in […]

    Things Bobby McFerrin SHOULD Be Worried About

    [Inspired by the 99p Challenge] Not having another hit The hiccups A sober David Hasselhoff suggesting an album of Duets That Green Day will show up at his house and unfurl a banner that reads “Disquieted” If he stows away on a CN freight train picking up empty containers in […]

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  • Veteran TV Writer (MASH, Your Show of Shows) discusses how television changed so quickly in the early days of the form. “When television first appeared in homes, they were very expensive appliances, and very expensive appliances are bought by wealthy, well-educated people. So when we started, we had a very […]

    Larry Gelbart Quote

    Veteran TV Writer (MASH, Your Show of Shows) discusses how television changed so quickly in the early days of the form. “When television first appeared in homes, they were very expensive appliances, and very expensive appliances are bought by wealthy, well-educated people. So when we started, we had a very […]

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