June 7, 2017
Don’t Drive High
You may be like me – someone who associates marijuana with communism, the sitcom Home Improvement, and the rise of soccer in popularity over football in Canada – but once Big Weed has its way, we’ll all be doing wacky tabacky whether we want to or not.
March 31, 2017
Cocktail Patent – Reality or Painful Fantasy
I’ve invented a cocktail, a delicious refreshing beverage which I’m sure will alter the course of history. I want to give it to the world but this goes against my nature which says, “find a way to make money.” So, while I perfect it…
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.
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…
December 2, 2015
What American Thanksgiving Means to Me
Thanksgiving is America’s favorite holiday. It means getting together with friends, and family for an enormous amount of rich food and being grateful for all the abundance the American way of life can offer. I’m Canadian and live in Toronto. We Canucks don’t get…