I’ve been following the story of the “butt plumper” for a while now. It’s real, it’s true, it’s not an urban legend. It’s what happens when an idiot opportunist and vain bargain-hunting women collide.
Month: November 2011
It was a night that just didn’t turn out as planned.
If you love to cook, you probably already know it’s worth the investment to have the best tools at your disposal.
A long-time employee of CKNX-TV in Wingham died on Friday. John “Duke” Day was 86. Oh, the stories he told!
The radio industry today is worlds away from what it was like when I was starting out.
No matter how you slice it, this is just unusual.
I did something this week that I’ve never done before.
Derek is one of thousands of men who are taking part in Movember.
Someone on our street is showing support for the Occupy London movement.
We regularly visit someone who’s in an extended care residence. Although some might think of it as a depressing place, it actually offers some light and funny moments.
Yup, Christmas. There’s no fighting it anymore, the season is here!
Not everyone is horrified by the name, alone, of the city’s new baseball team.
We’ve been had. We, as in London media, have played directly into the hands of the city’s new baseball team. They played us like fiddles and my, didn’t we make a pretty sound?
We spent another Sunday with our great friends Jeff and Laurie as they settle their “cottage” into the lovely town of Bayfield.
I see it in most of their faces. They’re in a hurry to “get there” and they’re panicked that they never will. Oh how I remember being in my twenties!
Everybody wants a beautiful kitchen. It’s the heart of your home and a savvy property owner knows it’s also where you’ll tend to get 100% return on your renovation costs upon resale.
The occupation of London’s Victoria Park is over. This may not be news to you. It was covered nationally as city officials from across the country watched closely to see how the first forced eviction of an occupation would go.