Happy New Year in 2020!
To fix things you only need two things: WD40 and Duct tape. If something moves that shouldn’t, use the Duct tape, if it does not move when it should, use the WD40.
Happy New Year, everyone! The significance of the lentil soup has been discussed before.
After listening to several months of mudslinging, constant lies, deception and self praise it is finally election day here in Ontario.
The English language seems to have won the war, and it has become the lingua franca of the entire world. So after successfully convincing the world that everyone has to speak English why do British people mistakenly think that they … Continue reading
DHMO is a dangerous chemical that is already everywhere in our environment.
I wish a Happy and prosperous new year to all of my readers. Yes, it is a lentil soup picture again.
One of the things that I truly and passionately hate is coin operated shopping carts.
Today is Canada Day, and the 150th birthday of Canada. Happy 150th Canada!
WARNING: This is a rant, the language may be stronger than usual on this blog, it has to be taken with a pinch of salt, but not sugar! Yesterday I have just lost it while shopping for groceries. I was … Continue reading
Happy New Year, everyone! The usual lentil soup to bring prosperity in 2017.
Still doing my part to distribute pictures of domestic cats on the Internet.
I am once again trying to use the Internet for its second most important purpose, to distribute pictures of domestic cats.
Bi bim bap means mixed rice in Korean.
Jjampong is a spicy Korean seafood soup.
I sincerely hope that 2016 will be less troubled and more prosperous than 2015 was.
As I said before distributing pictures of domestic cats appears to be one of the main reasons for the existence of the Internet.
People never care about the security or reliability of their computers, cellphones, and other gadgets so long as the user interface is shiny and the controls are designed assuming that users are morons.
According to an old Latin saying De gustibus non est disputandum. —
Live long and prosper.