Okay, just to keep everyone clear, leaving your basket of groceries on the floor in the checkout line while you go finish shopping does not reserve your place in line. Those are just abandoned groceries.
If you think I'm going to stand behind your stuff with my heavy basket while you wander the aisles for last-minute impulse buys, forget it. In fact, since I'm pretty sure salvage laws apply in this case, I'm much more likely to scan through your basket to see if there's anything in there I m
The best thing - and probably the only good thing - about reaching the year 2010 is that we can finally stop saying "two thousand" every time we talk about the year.
It is, then, both surprising and aggravating to hear people saying the Olympics are coming in "two thousand and ten," and referring to the movie 2012 as "two thousand and twelve." It's "twenty ten" and "twenty twelve."
When people ask you when the Canucks made their last appearance in the Stanley Cup Finals, do you say "one
No matter what your opinion of wars, who initiates them and what purpose they serve, the Remembrance Day thread is not the place to voice those opinions. If you want to go on about that very valid topic, start your own thread.
In the Remembrance Day thread, you take your hat off, shut up for a couple minutes and respectfully reflect on the sacrifice of Canadian (and all) soldiers whose lives ebbed away in the mud of some land hundreds or thousands of miles away from home. If you can't bring
I checked the box that allows RSS to syndicate my blog, so it's only a matter of time until I'm internet famous. Then there'll be the interviews, the job offers, the paparazzi, and the statue of me riding a horse with all four feet in the air.
We'll probably want to seize the moment when I burst onto the scene to maket my autobiography, so I'd better get going on that. I suppose movie rights will be the next step. They'll probably ask me who I want to play me in the movie. When I took that "W