Author:TVA

Down and Ups

Wherever, I like to pay shit back. Not just debts to guys named Ant’ny in order to preserve my knees, because I do enjoy my summer soccer, but I like to help out with fundraisers and the like where I can. Most to all of us are given the opportunity to go through life unmolested by disease, catastrophe, or even molesters, really. But the ability to ply something that you like to do into a fundraising opportunity is something I like to do where possible.

Saying such things tend to put you in places like Cobourg.

Episode 105: “American Psycho”

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While Dude Was Getting Sworn In…

Here’s a list of the updates I made on Twitter and Facebook while watching the CNN.com/Facebook feed of now President Obama’s inauguration:

Bushed: (adj) – a feeling of ennui felt in watching someone far superior to yourself celebrated as they take a position you previously held

Todd is wondering is it solely because Obama is really that good, or that Bush and all his minions were really that bad?

Todd thinks that the last words of the inauguration should be “Go git ’em, Tiger!”

Todd has noticed that while Obama’s Facebook page has 4,000,000 supporters, Harpers has 25,000. Huh.

Overheard in the back of a DC limo: “Wanna do some blow?” “Umm, no. I’ve got to get inaugurated.”

Episode 103: Sam Rankin

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Three Strikes

Two potential shows this week and I couldn’t make it out to them. That is the textbook definition of absolute suckage. And it gets better.

One of the promoters of one of the great rooms in Toronto, Brian Coughlin, is promoting a show that I’d love to be at as well. But it’s Friday and I won’t be in town. Such is the life.

It’s a show called “Bye Bye W!” (I’ve taken to calling it “Bye Bye Dub!”, my smallest of small shout-outs to the Everly Brothers) and is at Second City Toronto at 11:00pm on Friday. Why am I hating not being around for this? Here’s why…