A great meme is born.
We’re still weeks away from the shorter days, crisp breezes, and rusty foliage that herald autumn in much of the US. But one harbinger of autumn that has nothing to do with nature will be arriving in just days: Starbucks’ wildly popular pumpkin spice latte. The sickly sweet flavored coffee drink’s Twitter account (yes, it has its own Twitter page with nearly 16.5K…
Blasphemy to some of my followers, I know, but I have to say I agree with this piece.
Ugh. But not as bad as the Pizza flavoured slurpy. Society has run amok.
Marijuana should be legalized regardless of any specific health claims. It discredits the pro-legalization side if they make claims that can’t be backed with evidence. Just as it discredits the prohibition side by making wild exaggerations about harm.
Hey Grandpa, tell us about going to the bar and watching Bowie on MTV
Bowie was so hot in the 80s people actually went blind watching his videos.
What happens when you find out you can make shapes using the Nike Plus running app? If you are Claire Wyckoff, you quickly use this realization as an excuse to run shapes all over your city. It does not take long before you start running in the shape of penises.
I called up Wyckoff, the creator ofRunning Drawing, to get the backstory on her viral Tumblr. We talked about the subversive appeal of using a big corporation’s technology in a way they would never expect (or even approve of) and also why penises are hilarious.
I thought of this first.
(Not so sure it’s a great idea to blog your running routes or times. Always a party pooper.)
Andrew Nikiforuk on Redford and the PC Party of Alberta.
This is what you will never read in an Alberta newspaper.
That’s a hell of a front page on the Edmonton Journal, almost historical. It’s possibly marks the unofficial end of the PC party in Alberta. Also an apparent unraveling of the long time intimate relationship between the Alberta media and “the Party”. Interesting times. Also, disturbing. The political shrieking on Twitter has never been thicker.
So what next Alberta?