This would definitely be one of the few companies in the world that actually needs a four story lobby.
My last meal in Vancouver was at an awesome hand drawn noodle house. The food was yummy and different.
Welcome to Hamilton
I am back from a month of volunteering at the Cool Sporting Event on the West Coast of BC. On my return to Hamilton via Calgary I noticed that the Hamilton Airport’s artistic mascot had been modified to reflect a sporting heritage. The football looks like someone had clumsily added it using GIMP, but it is really stuck in there for real. Oskaweewee.
Why Olympic Taxis Were So Big
I volunteered as a T3 driver for the Olympics. We drove really big SUVs: Enclave, Yukon, Tardis etc. The real reason the cars were so big was so that we could read our Olympic sized maps in them.
Hockey Night On Robson Strasse
Drunken stick handler guy out maneuvers a phalanx of Vancouver Police. There were so many people celebrating NHL Canada versus NHL USA on Sunday afternoon. People were very well behaved, and it is a good thing with all those hockey sticks around. Apparently the stabbing in Red Robin on Davie was even a very polite one.
No Wait For the Bus To Hell
The road to hell is paved with good intentions. This road to hell is travelled by a transit bus.
Funny story took place on the bus. I get free transportation with my smerf accreditation, and that night the buses had been free because something happened in a hockey game. Jamie asked if he had to pay. The bus driver said, “there’s a deposit box, you have to pay.” Immediately after Jamie paid two young hotties walked on the bus right after him without paying. No problem there.
Go Canada Go! From Mr. Manbreast
Hello From Mr. Nazo
Alien Band Invades Granville Island
Sometimes one needs not say much at all. Enjoy.
Wave Good Bye
Nasty shaker for the people of Chile last night. 8.8 on the Richter scale is something else. That is a lot of energy directed to the earth’s surface. Several hundred times more force than the recent seismic assault on Haiti. This slip of the earth’s crust has launched a wave of ocean hurtling across the Pacific at about 500 mph. The surge was 7 feet in South America. We will see what height the surge is in Hawaii. And maybe tonight’s closing ceremonies for the Olympics will be more prescient than we could have ever guessed. 🙂