Newfoundland Dog Video

I recently saw Jody’s Newfoundland dog, Wally, in the flesh and shot some home videos of it. It’s like having a bear living in the house. Check it out.

I DECIDED TO REMOVE THE VIDEO BECAUSE IT CONTAINS SOME MUSIC BY HERB ALBERT AND THE TIJUANA BRASS AND I DON’T WANT TO GET SUED BY SONY MUSIC OR WHATEVER MULTI-NATIONAL CORPORATION THAT HAPPENS TO OWN THE RIGHTS TO THE MUSIC.

A Complaint About KFC/Taco Bell In Dieppe, NB

I emailed Taco Bell about poor service and they now seem to be fishing for a way for way to compensate me for my inconveniene. From their email:

…we would really like the opportunity to make this right. Please let me know if there is anything we can do for you to rectify this situation.

Should I take advantage of their offer? If so, what should I ask for? My intention was just to make them aware of the shitty service.

I waited a long time for my order, so I emailed the corporation about my experience:
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“The Fountain” is Super Trippy

I wish I’d seen The Fountain in a theatre. It deserves the biggest screen you can find. It’s a film I know I’ll have to watch again to fully appreciate. Even now, though, I’m still amazed by it. It is an existential mediation, a surreal yet very real exploration of love and grief and life and the universe and everything.

From the DVD Talk review: “While acknowledging that The Fountain may not suit everyone’s fancy, I still advocate that everyone should see it. Darren Aronofsky has written a script that is philosophical, spiritual, and emotional, and he has somehow dressed it up in truly gorgeous clothes without disappearing up his own behind in a fit of pretentiousness. Working with marvellous performances by Hugh Jackman and Rachel Weisz, the director has made a movie that is both a heady rush and emotionally powerful, giving us a feast for our eyes while also stimulating our brains and our hearts. A very rare treat.” What he said. (And check out Jim Emerson’s blog for further commentary on the film.)