I’m thinking about getting an iPod Touch; I’m not sure why. iConsumer iSuckered iNto iAdvertising. I’ve never owned an Apple product. I don’t want an iPad – too big. Update (June 20, 2010): I got the 8gb one for Father’s Day.
According to the CBC: New oil-flow estimates by scientists studying the blown-out well [in the Gulf of Mexico] determined it has spilled between 64 million and 148 million litres, far more than the 42 million litres that spilled in the Exxon Valdez disaster… Early estimates said the oil was gushing out of a broken pipe rising from the wellhead at a rate of 800,000 litres a day. On Thursday, scientists
20 Worst Drinks in America 2010 (probably Canada too): …walking into a convenience store or a beverage distributorship has become dangerous to our health. Number 1 on their list so you don’t have to click their stupid Next button 20 times like I did is something I never heard of so I don’t think it’s available in Atlantic Canada: Cold Stone PB&C In terms of saturated fat, drinking this Cold
I discovered this beer last week while making my monthly shopping for beer I haven’t tried before, and the main reason why I bought it was because it came with a free umbrella. Yeah. An Umbrella. Moosehead Cracked Canoe Beer is a “premium” beer, meaning it’s expensive, although I didn’t think it was too much so. My review: it’s OK. A light lager that hits the spot on a hot
It’s a Canadian holiday today – May 24. Something to do with some dead Queen. The weather has been unusually warm: 30+ degrees Centigrade (that’s 200 or something in Fahrenheit). We went to the Parlee beach, which hasn’t officially opened, but there were lots of people there. The water was freezing, but the kids (and Wally) had a grand time.