Tag Archives: humour
The move towards legalizing marijuana in Canada is bringing out the great debaters. I imagine many news outlets across the country have their letter writers frantically keying missives to promote their side of the issue. From the Jan 15, 2015 … Continue reading
The Big Lebowski is one of the greatest cult movies of all time, with fans worldwide. It even inspired a bar in Prague, Czech Republic, where you pay what you want for your drink. Of course, the most popular is … Continue reading
It seems that someone here on PEI is spiking potatoes with spikes—or some other metal object. The police are playing coy about the actual metal objects that have been showing up lately in spuds from a local farm. RCMP Sgt. … Continue reading
I am often (rightly) accused of being pedantic. It’s something I try to twist into humour with varying degrees of success. However, it is something I will talk about.
Although the captions says that being a doctor used to be more fun, this same type of attitude is found in pseudoscientists everywhere. For example we have the guy who is promoting homeopathic sound as a treatment or prevent the onset … Continue reading
Animals reproduce. That’s their primary function, and many things they do can be interpreted through the lens of sex. Perhaps that’s just a way of anthropomorphizing.
With Season 4 of the Game of Thrones behind us, we realize that people only use the toilet in movies when the plot demands it. In fact, without doing a count, I suspect people have sex more often than they … Continue reading
Sarah Donner bills herself as a singer/songwriter/creative type. Her music is quirky and often related to science, in a roundabout peripheral way. Here are a couple of videos from her YouTube channel. The Rebuttal of Schrödinger’s Cat
It’s absolutely no surprise to anyone who knows me that I love offbeat and bad movies. They could have called it the Gnawing Dead, but went with Zombeavers instead. A review at Best Horror Movies says it all: The toxic waste has … Continue reading
Parents and grandparents are always baffled by what pre-vocal children are thinking, and especially what it is that makes them sad or upset. The answer may be deeper than you think.