Category: Observations

UAVs coming to Ontario?

Talk about the next step of bringing Big Brother above a property near you: Police drones raise fears over personal privacy “Strict Criteria” is great until something not on the radar appears on the radar.  Call it the camera’s peripheral vision.  All it takes is one instance and privacy has been violated. This is scary…

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Curtains Down

I have this vision of a future me pointing my index finger at me in an “I told you so” kind of way, with the kind of intensity that requires hiding my head in the sand for being ashamed of myself.  But it isn’t shame because there is none.  It’s something else… I’ve been listening to a 3…

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Do you have a solarium?

I’ve spent the last week and a half looking for a place to live.  Renting in downtown Toronto is uber-expensive.  You’re looking at giving up your first born, your second born, your arm and maybe a leg.  And for what you get, it can be pretty depressing.  I started off with a $1400 budget for…

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Found an Old Favourite…

While packing up my desk and belongings, I came across a quote I used to define my ethic in the work I do and in the way I contribute to our society. “It’s not enough to be the glue.  We need to guarantee the seal!” I came up with this while trying to explain to non-believers what…

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Hostile Takeover

We are in a new generation of mass dipshittery.  One of my friends has a saying: “Most of the people are retarded.”  While I mostly agree with this opinion, I can’t help but want to maintain an open mind in the hopes that there are exceptions.  Call me crazy, but I think there are still…

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