Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Merry Christmas

From all my crew to all of you, MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

People, we need to stop the Tar Sands.

I've long been follwing with an ear about the Tar Sands in Alberta. Basically, for the past while there have been alot of stats showing that the Tar Sands are an environmental disaster. CO2 emissions are rampant and land reclamation has been questionable.

The CBC is currently showing a peice on the news (Catch it again on newsworld at 11:30!) The land cannot be reclaimed, the water is heavily poisoned. Basically it will leave these massive dead lakes full of poisoned water. That water has already been seeping into the water system, poisoning fish, plants and people. Local fishermen have been finding mutated fish, fish with sores and fish with moss growing on them. Scientists have confirmed these finds and say the cases are rampant in some non-oilsands areas. A nearby reserve has a highly disproportionate rate of cancer, and cancer deaths, linked to a certain type of cancer.

THIS IS BULLSHIT PEOPLE! Holy crap, let's talk about the poor getting the shaft while the rich get rich! What are we the fucking 3rd world?! Why are we not civilized enough yet to stop this behaviour?

Take action. Take it now.

Walk - Bike - Take Public Transportation

The City of Regina has made a very wise and hopefully, just beginner move to change some attitudes about alternative transportation.

The first great example is the creation of bike lanes in some of the downtown areas. People have complained about the inconvenience and confusion associated with the lanes. I applaud this. The City has made it harder to drive and made it a far more bicycle friendly downtown. More people will use their bikes instead of cars. Traffic lowers, bikes become more easy, it can just spiral. I encourage everyone to use this as much as possible. Even if you live some distance from the downtown, try the area north of Victoria on your bike at least once this coming summer. No matter where in REgina you live.

Public Transportation. AHHH! I LOVE IT. SIck isn't it? But Regina has a REALLY good bus system from where I live. And I'm learning that it was far more flexible than I thought. And now they have an online trip-maker... you'd be RETARDED not to take the bus at least once a week, but preferrably 5 days a week. Start by going to the mall a couple times, have a nice day, eat a nice meal, take the bus home... and I swear you will feel better about yourself. It's like having a chauffeur, you can just relax and wait for your stop. If you live in another city... give it a try! It's wonderful and you're doing a HUGE amount to cut your footprint on the world and effect on the Tar-Sands.

Small centers, CARPOOL. You will be more prepared for work and will enjoy a better day.

I realize some of your experiences won't be good, and I apologize for that. One of my inspirations for exploring alternative transport came from watching my friend Mark and some of his experiences in Europe. I invite Mark to ride the bus with me when he comes back to Canada, so I can brag about something that's done really well in this province.

And since most of the tar sands oil goes south of the border, please visit and participate as much as you can or will.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Yeah Right

Mark showed me this vid this summer, and for some reason I kept quoting it tonight at work. So I figured I'd like to share it with you all... enjoy. Oh it's a bit weird.


Hello world. I am blogging from my cell phone!

Monday, December 10, 2007

Pilot's World

A self-portrait... I title it Pilot's Wold...

Wednesday, December 05, 2007


Ok. So I just got the internet channel on my Wii, and I must say that it is a helluva lother easier than crappy Max Tv internet. I'm finding blogging quite acceptable. Alas, I still can't seem to blog. from my cell phone.

A great feature is the auto complete feature, similar to the T9word feature on texting.

Very exciting, now I don't need to use a computer at all anymore,