Home recovering from this year's whirlwind Vancouver trip. Saw 2 underwater Santas: one in scuba gear, other parading downtown in the rain.
Headed down to Van for a quick pit stop and I see that they're expecting ... 50+mm of rain? How does that much water even float in the sky?
~50% of my graduating CS class (90s) hated coding by the end. The best I've met started out self-taught. #codeyukon mikehadlow.blogspot.ca/2015/12/learn-…
It's common enough for Yukon parents to name girls "Aurora." Why not "Borealis"? Doesn't seem fair. Kim & Kanye came close with "North."
Just once I would like to walk away from cutting cauliflower without bits stuck to my socks. #surelyaproblemfor2ndand3rdworldsocksalso
Saw Jazz apples for the 1st time. Performed the Fosse manoeuvre to celebrate. Apparently that's not in the stock boy's cultural repertoire.
Did someone advise @YukonPremier that "Mr. Speaker" is a punctuation mark? He seemingly can't go three words without it in the legislature.
There is a plan to end the war in Syria — and it might even work cbc.ca/1.3328962 https://t.co/a8hTxmK8o5
Forget the Six Degrees of Separation malarkey, how can I have 17 mutual Facebook friends with someone and have no earthly clue who they are?
How do you know someone learned math in French? (NB: spy novelists.) Ask them the opposite of "addition". If you hear "subStraction", Bingo!
Let's hope they don't need it, but the Belgian military are very well camouflaged for, say, a pile of autumn leaves. https://t.co/HTbFEh3nva
This mango that I'm eating north of the 60th parallel in November at -25ºC is not properly ripe. To whom shall I whinge? #entitledmuch