Norm Macdonald did some Coronavirus material at one of his live shows back when we used to have those. Let’s watch it and maybe have a chuckle or three. Part 1: and part 2:
It might end up leading to the demise of Doug Ford’s brilliant plan to take everyone’s sick days away from them and his equally brilliant idea of forcing them into clinics and doctor’s offices to get excuse notes and infect even more people in the process. The Ontario government announced Sunday that it was drafting […]
Rogers offering free TV channels, global roaming and more in response to COVID-19 Toronto-based national carrier Rogers has implemented a number of measures and free services to help its customers during the COVID-19 outbreak. Rogers and its brands are waiving long distance voice calling fees across Canada from now until April 30th. This applies to […]
One of the more amusing covers I’ve heard lately. Wouldn’t sound at all out of place at my dentist’s office, I don’t think.
I keep seeing the ads for A&W’s Wild-Caught Cod Burger. I find them interesting, because until they came along I had no idea there were cod burgers in the wild.
This is one of those little things that makes me unspeakably angry. People bellyaching about how taxpayers shouldn’t be subsidizing home internet by way of WiFi hotspot lending programs at libraries. Seriously, what an idiotic argument. If you happen to be someone in favour of this stance, I humbly and politely suggest that you maybe […]
What is this, diarrhea Black Friday? From fist fights to stealing off carts, toilet paper frenzy hits Guelph Lineups form long before Guelph Costco opened and 1,000 packs of toilet paper were gone in 15 minutes “Good morning and don’t kill us.” And with those words, manager Armando Gumbs opened the doors of the Guelph Costco […]
I first saw this commercial with no context beyond ha ha, look at this silly ass punk album that doesn’t have any punk songs on it. And while yes, it’s amusing enough that way, I’d love to know how this happened. How did we get all the way to the point of this going to […]
Yes, this is a video of Paul Simon singing “Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard” on an episode of Sesame Street in 1977, but the real star of the show here is the little girl next to him making up her own words about everybody dancing with her. Apparently Simon had no idea she […]
Final spring forward: Yukoners to end seasonal time changes For the love of god, can we please just do this federally already? I’m sick of my sleep getting even more fucked up than usual twice a year and it taking days to put it even somewhat right again. We’ve been over this before. Everyone, like […]