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Category: Comedy

March 27, 2017
In Praise of British Drivers

Statistically, Brits make good drivers. In 2015, for instance, 30,000 Americans (population: 320 million) were killed in driving accidents compared with only 2,000 in Britain (population: 64.7 million). Last year, Enterprise Rent-A-Car conducted its annual driving survey and asked British motorists who the best drivers in Europe were. The British voted themselves, which sounds predictable, except that they normally pick the Germans.

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March 20, 2017
Car as Classroom

Learning a language while you drive may seem like a logical and productive thing to do, and it is. I’ve been augmenting my weekly Italian lessons by listening to Italian language lessons I buy in iTunes. They aren’t super imaginative. There’s an English speaker…

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March 20, 2017
The New Dog Smell

One thing most of us neglect to consider when getting a dog is the smell – specifically, what dogs can do to the interior of a vehicle. People love dogs, but not too many are enamoured with the effect a pungent pooch can have…

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April 24, 2016
Minivan = Uncool

You cannot make being a dad cool. It’s impossible. That includes, in the case of the Pacifica, making being uncool hip.

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April 15, 2016
I Like Big Buttons and I Cannot Lie

We are getting rid of buttons so we can have touchscreens that feel like buttons.

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March 24, 2016
American Twitter Essays

The American Canon – History in 140 Characters or Less

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panda playing with snow
February 3, 2016
Video Game Ice Cream

Everyone loves video games and everyone loves ice cream (except the lactose intolerant) but what if they were the same thing? Pandas would love them.

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September 22, 2015
Stand and Deliver: Inside Canadian Comedy

What makes Canadians so funny? This comprehensive history of Canadian comedy explores the development and distinct nature of the Canuck sense of humour.

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