Alien Nation. Yes, like the show, but when I was watching it as a child I didn’t put its totally valid social commentary into perspective. […More…]
When do the things we share breach the boundaries of informative and plummet into the realm of too much information? Was the strange girl in the public restroom simply being informative when she exited her stall while I was washing my hands, looked at me and exclaimed ”Ugh! I have another yeast infection.”?
Were countless strangers simply spreading information when they shared the most intimate details of their lives with me, ranging from the complete despair they feel over their mother’s recent diagnosis of cancer, to the gruesome details of what the genitalia of the last person they had sex with looked like?
Imagine you went to an all-you-can-eat buffet, but the restaurant forced you to eat all of the food on a single plate. Every course. No […More…]
I have spent the better part of this past month pondering the future, trying to form some unique thought or come to some new insight […More…]
When we were talking about G’n’F’n’R before, I told you that the video for Don’t Cry was insane. I meant it. It’s Book of Revelation […More…]
On October 22, the Globe and Mail introduced a paywall on their website. Obviously, my first question about this new addition is: what am I […More…]
I‘m madder than Stephen Harper at a National Gallery screening of an Abbas Kiarostami film that I haven’t been approached for comment yet about “Wentegate”. […More…]
We live in a world where everyone thinks that they’re funnier than they really are. Myself included. Now, unless you’re Louis C.K., this can be […More…]
The Sun’s resident Anti-environmentalist, Lorrie Goldstein, asked a simple question this week: Ever notice how the places that are in the deepest financial trouble — […More…]
As an intelligent person, I can’t help but feel befuddled by American politics. And when the subject of debate turns to gay marriage, my bewilderment […More…]
Lock up your daughters! Conrad Black is back in town (Dammit, Séamus, I said cue Boys Are Back In Town)! Now that Conrad Black […More…]
Science and religion are wholly and utterly incompatible. Today the religious ingratiate themselves with science at every opportunity as, quite rightly, they know they’ll look […More…]