Category: Random Ramblings

Restrooms and Keys

During my road trip back to Toronto from Las Vegas, it occurred to me that restrooms in the US are open to everyone.  In Ontario, you need a key to use them.  I don’t get that.  Often when you go to a shop or gas station or office, they have a washroom key on this…

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Gun Control in 2014 & Beyond

I’m finding it interesting how the Empire is going about disarming its citizenry these days. For instance, in Canada, the government has an extremely complicated and convoluted process for citizens to own, manage and enjoy their firearms.  In the US, they won’t touch the second amendment, but they will horde all the ammo. Here’s a quote I…

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My Chess Game has Returned!!

That’s right!  Both my blitz (3 min) and slow chess (5-15 min) chess game skill have come back.  After 6 months having it completely unplug from my membrane, I can say w00t w00t he’s baaaaaaack!!! Oh and I’m also blogging again!

Epic Facepalm

For lunch yesterday, my buddy and I decided to dine at a local pub a short walk from the firm.  While we were unwinding, we discussed how epically retarded our organization manages its technology infrastructure.  We couldn’t help but notice this guy several tables down from us doing the same thing with his friends.  He…

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Random Endorsements

Today I was endorsed for “Disaster Recovery.”  What does that mean exactly?  I know I cause disasters, but recover from them?  Hmmm… What’s with random people making random endorsements on linkedin?  I’ll never get that.  And why would anyone care?

Gender Non-Specific

While on the subway yesterday, I saw an advert for a place that treats depression.  After several questions of: Are you sad?  Are you feeling like your life is meaningless?  etc….  The 3rd paragraph where they tell you why you should call them, they said: “if you’re male, or female, between 19-60, call us!” Gee…

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My Favourite Lawyer Joke

An engineer, a physicist, and a lawyer were being interviewed for a position as chief executive officer of a large corporation. The engineer was interviewed first, and was asked a long list of questions, ending with “How much is two plus two?” The engineer excused himself, and made a series of measurements and calculations before…

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