Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Holy media, Batman

I've been very fortunate to have had lots of media attention lately. The Museum has been featured in two pieces on the network. The first piece is an interview with me, and the second one has Matt Harris, Andy Walker and Sean Carruthers.

Also, my new coffee table received some great coverage on both Destructoid and was also picked up on so that's pretty awesome. If you are looking for a cool coffee table or custom piece, please talk to the artist directly, Erin McFadden from DameDecor. She's wonderful to work with.

On Wednesday, June 24th I'll be brought before the judge to raise money for Crime Stoppers. Please consider donating to Crime Stoppers to keep me in or get me out! Thanks!

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Being Star Struck

So Kevin Smith was in Brantford this past weekend and I think he's really cool - and would have loved to have met him. However, with everyone pawing at him on the weekend I decided to respect his space and be one less person doing the pawing.

But this weekend, at the Personal Computer Museum, I've got Andy Walker, Sean Carruthers and Matt Harris coming. Although you might not have heard of them before, I'm actually a bit star truck at them coming (especially Andy) who I have watched on my television for years.

There is a Joshua Jackson piece on that mentions the museum and you can view it here.

So come on out, to 13 Alma Street on June 13th from 10am to 4pm---50 free t-shirts to the first people that arrive.

Wednesday, June 03, 2009

The Solution for Road Rage

I think I made an amazing discovery today - a possible solution for road rage. All you have to do is buy a new car or find some new music that you like. I have made this discovery after many years of research. You see, every time I have a new album or group of songs I like I put them on a CD and play them in my car. I find myself not feeling as much of a need to get to my destination when my experience in the car is more enjoyable. Yesterday, I picked up my new car (2009 Sante Fe) and this morning I was actually grateful when the light turning onto my work street turned amber. My thoughts that usually amount to "bastard!" turned to "Sweet...." as I soaked in the new car smell.

So really, that's it -- the solution. Get a new car every week. Doesn't even have to be new - maybe if we all just swapped cars with each other every week then we'd still be in the honeymoon phase, plus it would have the upside of car anonymity. You know, so the person you cut off last week can't easily hunt you down this week because you're now in a different car.

I think I'm on to something.