Celebrating thirty-five years on the Main Street
of Erin Village, Wellington County
Tag Archives: Davy the Punk
This is me not talking about Valentine’s Day. No, really. I’ve decided not to mention it in solidarity with your inbox, which, in the lead-up to the Event-Which-Shall-Not-Be-Named, will likely fill to bursting with relentlessly schmaltzy, romantically-inclined missives from savvy … Continue reading
Oh dear. You’ve caught me at a bad time, I’m afraid. My hair’s a mess, I haven’t been to the gym in days, and I’ve been dreaming about the act of writing (and endlessly rewriting) marketing copy. OK, so maybe … Continue reading
Canada Day strikes me as the one day of the year when Canadians can feel absolutely justified in participating in the kind of in-your-face patriotism that we usually eschew as a matter of good breeding. Of course, growing up in … Continue reading
I realized yesterday that today is April Fool’s Day—not because I’ve been plotting nefarious deeds or anything (or at least that’s the official story), but because the Google Maps Pac-Man prank made the nightly news. A personal aside: I’m told … Continue reading
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