Friday 30 November 2018

Six Degrees of Dog River - Shop Class

A little while ago I introduced you to a new game that has taken the world by storm. "World.. by Storm" is a boutique clothing store on Granville Street, Vancouver that specialises in flip flops made entirely from recycled cat litter. They love the game in that store, everywhere else ..not so much.

Basically the idea was to link any person or project with something relating to Corner Gas so I can shoe horn in a post that doesn't technically belong on a site dedicated to your favourite t.v. show. This is an idea I came up with entirely on my own and has no basis in the similar "Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon" which hopefully most of the world have forgotten about by now thus allowing me to get away with this sentence.

Tuesday 20 November 2018

David Storey - Coming Home - Album Review

This week I am throwing myself into my very first album review. This is a post that I have been itching to write for a few weeks now. Sometimes, when you have discovered something so amazing, you need to share the information with as many people, and as quickly, as you can. I've been holding onto this little gem for a while now and if I hold it in any longer I may burst! Nobody wants me to burst, especially on the new carpet.

Thursday 15 November 2018

With a Little Help From Friends - A Buttpod Special

Some time ago I wrote a little article spot lighting the wonderful Buttpod You Tube channel. Most of you will know this is where Brent Butt posts the video component to his fantastic podcast. Brent set a goal of reaching 15,000 subscribers by the end of the year.

Here is a video that he put out recently with an update on the target. 

Tuesday 13 November 2018

By Popular Demand - Doc Small (Season 2 Episode 14)

Good evening. My name is Doctor Alex Biting-Point. I am here today to discuss with you the human condition. Most humans are in a terrible condition...and that takes care of that.

Before I was a medical practitioner I worked in Sweaty Kens Paradise Kebab Shop. Due to this, when I was performing my first operations as a doctor I had to have the patient hung from a rotating bed before I could make the first incision.