Monthly Archives: October 2006


You know, I wasn’t even phased by how utterly, consumingly fun it was to ride from Chinatown to Finch Station at 2 a.m. in the bitter cold and wind because I missed the last subway and refuse to take the Vomit Comet. Just booked it from the El Mo at 1:45 and made it to […]
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Dear diary…

Yesterday, a strange man showed me his penis.       I headed to the bus stop near my house just before 9 a.m. this morning so I could book it to work by 10. I miss the bus 8:49, natch (thanks, YRT… you could have spared me this whole episode). I’m sitting on the […]
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There is a god! (part 2)

The Canon M30/M80 – I know it came out last month, so I’m a bit late to the game, but it’s essentially a hard drive with a screen and a CF slot, and an invaluable gadget for the traveling or on-site photographer. This would have come in handy at the wedding I shot a couple […]
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Chibougamau, Pt. 4

At a kids’ Bible camp, cleanliness is next to godliness. (Okay, poor humour. Love this shot even if my arm snuck in on some fourth-wall tip.)
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There is a god!

Sorry for alienating all you non-bike riding readers. (Not really. But sorry about that lame caption at the bottom. Not my pic – it was stolen from
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