The Swollen Glands, the Movember team that my Free-FM cohosts are part of, raised more than $4200 for men’s health this month. And today, Blair and Derek are waking up without scratchy, uncomfortable lip caterpillars.
Month: November 2013
I get these little ideas in my little head and they become mild obsessions until I bring them to fruition.
It’s not usual for a randt to come with a photo but this one does.
On Monday morning at 3:20 am I stumbled out of bed and into the hallway. Then I immediately returned because something on the floor caught my eye.
Last week I went to the annual Veteran’s Art Sale at Parkwood Hospital here in London. Many people call it the ‘veteran’s hospital’. I attended the sale last year, too, and I think it will be my own little tradition.
Yeah it’s winter. Yeah we get snow. But a foot and a half in a day?? That’s what my city got over the weekend.
One day we were talking about things we’d like to do as a radio morning show team and Blair said, “How about a Big Show wing eating contest?” And thus, the Ultimate Wingman competition was born.
The veterinary surgeon couldn’t say enough about how well-behaved and wonderful our cat Spice is and we beamed like proud parents.
One of my favourite actors is one of my least favourite people. Does that make sense?
This fall we came into possession of a pinball machine. Back in the day, I loved pinball. Then I loved video arcade games. I never got into home video games but I guess I outgrew the genre. However, you reach a point where everything old is new again.
Some people say it’s insane to spend hundreds of dollars on an operation for a cat when you can replace him with another one so much cheaper. None of those people live in this house.
Flip through photographs of homes of the very wealthy and you won’t see a lot of bare wood. Furniture is either highly glossed or adorned with elaborate finishes that cost thousands. While a cherub-painted ceiling and gold-embossed night-stands might not be to your taste, a few ornate pieces here and there can really bring a …
Researchers at Western University believe they have a potential treatment for the number one cause of in-hospital deaths. And it happens to be what felled me in February 2011: sepsis.
Next week is Bullying Awareness Week and to prepare, all of the radio morning shows in the city took the Pledge Against Bullying a couple of weeks ago. The promos are now running on CTV here.
Every year, the first snowfall causes mayhem on the roads. I still don’t understand how drivers can be so clueless about something we know is going to occur! For goodness sake, Environment Canada gives us two days’ notice before a single flake hits the highway. And so I randt.
As a fan of the genre I thought it was well past time to visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. We remember.