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29 Struggles Only Canadians Will Understand

1. Finding yourself regularly apologizing to inanimate objects that you bump into.

2. The uphill battle of texting with mittens on.

3. Faithfully buying roll-up-the-rim cups every day for two months, only to find the winner of the grand prize dug the cup out of a trashcan. 439 more words

mllemacabre reblogged this on From Horror to Daily Life: Creative Writer and Academic and commented:

Very true. I can connect with almost every single one of these. Damn you Timmy Ho's and the fact that I can't even win a coffee when I try.

Pony Club, Pulling, and Phlebotomy

I’ve had a pretty interesting week, hence the lack of daily posts.

1. I’m taking my D3 rating for pony club on Saturday, and have had to do way too much to prepare. 225 more words


Songs I've Listened To At Least 10 Times

“Handlebars” by Flobots

“Bulletproof… I Wish I Was” by Radiohead

“Storm” by Alexander Perls

“Propane Nightmares” by Pendulum

“Feel Good Inc.” by Gorillaz

“Prayer of the Refugee” by Rise Against… 81 more words


5 Movies That Transcended Their Genres

“They Live” (1988) (Horror) – This John Carpenter film is almost nothing like his others. Instead of focusing on horror elements like “Halloween” (1978) and “The Thing” (1982), this movie touches on the nature of society, power, media, and contains satire to boot. 451 more words


MID-APRIL 2014 Playlist

DISCLAIMER: I am no expert of any sort. I am just stating my personal thoughts and opinion. Apologies for the grammar and spelling errors. Photos and Videos are all credited to the respective owners. 658 more words


Experimental Titles for the Third Quarter

Rather than push things, the presence of what might be considered a Big Fat Book has forced me to give into some readers and only schedule three titles for the 3rd quarter at… 327 more words


2014 Summer Season

It’s that time again. That empty feeling you get when your weekly show has just finished. I call those withdrawal symptoms. My favorite show¬†last season was… 435 more words