|RANDOMLY FEATURED STORIES
I finally got the stories more or less "completed" around here. Titles and everything!
So the deal is, everytime you reload this page, you should see two randomly selected stories from this website. If you don't see something that catches your fancy, reload the page, and next time around you just might see something you'll want to read. Enjoy!
The Landlord from Hell
This guy was evil. Just Plain Evil
Many people think their landlord resides somewhere near hell. We know our landlord does - he's an evil, evil person. This is the sad tale of a very nasty landlord.
Making Snow for the Fortress
What's the crappiest job YOU'VE ever had?
Probably the shittiest job I ever had in my life was making snow at Fortress Mountain in Alberta. I was travelling across Canada at the time, and needed a job to finance my further travels. Making snow is not fun. Getting paid to make snow is not fun either because it's a pittance. Quitting the job of making snow, on the other hand, is lots a fun, and has lots of benefits.
Photos from Algonquin Park
Photos from my trip to Algonquin Park this fall with my Mom and two brothers.
Updated almost every day! Last update 5/25/2020 10:29pm
Tools I Use
The tools I use to build websites and lead a tech life.
|OTHER STORIES AROUND HERE
Not So Funny Stuff
They were "my band" growing up. And they changed. Too much.
Life and Times at Cafe Wim
My first "coming of age" hangout that was all my own, and the memories tied to it.
Walking the Dog, or "Travels with a Bitch".
Weird art, strange neighbours, and evening sounds, walking the dog.
Snatcher of the Tide
Catcher in the Rye, Mark Style.
Fear Loathing and Lost in Montreal
Lost in Montreal, and Scared Crazy!
The Euro Odd_essay
Europe changed my life. Some bad, some good, some funny. Here's the funny!
Things I Did as a Kid
A crazy kid - all before I was 5 years old.
A Night in the Market
The Byward Market sees nearly naked idiots!
The Stolen Cow Caper
aka: How a bunch of idiots stole a big bulky 800lb thing because they thought they were cool.