Today (Monday) officially marks the end of summer. At exactly 8:29pm, we will be into autumn.
Someone posted this on the website 4chan…of course people fell for it.
So what actually happens when you nuke your phone? This:
Need a doctor? Call a cab!
Dr. Cabbie hits theatres this weekend starring Kunal Nayyar (Big Bang Theory), Adrianne Palicki (Friday Night Lights), and Vinay Virmani!
Check out the trailer…
Sing-along ye filthy bilge rats
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Premier Jim Prentice announced Thursday that any plans to redesign Alberta’s licence plate have been cancelled. “Albertans want us to deal with priorities they have identified in health care, education, infrastructure and seniors,” Prentice stated, “Changing the design of Alberta’s licence plates is not one of them.”
Priceline just released a new survey on tourists, and found that 94% of us think we can spot a tourist just by looking at them. The most common tourist-y thing people do on vacation is ask for directions, followed by eating at a chain restaurant, and stopping in the middle of a street to take a photo. Wearing socks and sandals was voted the ugliest tourist fashion move, the rest of the top five are fanny packs, T-shirts with the city’s name on it, Hawaiian shirts, and visors.
In the latest sign that McDonald’s is trying to consolidate its control of the coveted breakfast market, the fast food chain has applied to trademark a new word that could appeal to late morning risers everywhere: “McBrunch.” Which could mean one of two things -or both- they’ll expand their breakfast menu or just serve breaky later!
It is rumoured that Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger are headed for divorce. They’ve been married for 14 months.
Selling bootleg Pepsi out of his locker has certainly tainted the academic record of 17-year-old Keenan Shaw -a Winston Churchill high school student- who ended up suspended on a charge of smuggling sugary drinks into school, and then selling them for a profit.
“From a business perspective, what he did was actually very smart, and if you look at from the perspective of profit, 140% is pretty good,” said mother Alyssa Shaw-Letourneau.
It’s the policy of Lethbridge School District No. 51 to keep sugared soda out of school under the board’s Healthy Nutritional Choices Policy. Diet versions of the drinks are allowed, despite strong evidence showing they pose a health risk too — but of course, the only healthy concern to Keenan Shaw was profit.