A perceptibly slow and exhausted start on the past few days' reflections crystallizes into go-go dancers, cherry cola, and rock and rolla.
lovehatethings goes live for the first time ever at the Imperial Pub in downtown Toronto with some storied exploits of your humble content creator as a musician... and I wrap it all up with a song.
The second Tuesday of each month is live podcast night in the back room, on stage, with fun and merriment a-plenty. All are welcome.
Just found this short clip on Vimeo of someone zipping around eastern Toronto. In itself, such a driving clip is nothing special, but I really dug the picture quality and some of the great perspective shots up the Don Valley Parkway.
Also, I thought this video clip was ripe for a soundtrack, so I'd suggest pressing play on the YouTube clip below a couple of seconds before [or buffering the entire thing]. I chose Highway Star. Any other clips we could do a "poor surfer's" mashup with?
With all the protests and chants and rallies and car burnings and megaphones and masks and marching and yelling and screaming and shouting and bickering and bullshit at the G20 in Toronto this weekend, has anyone considered the most effective voice is often the quiet one?
For almost two decades the CN Tower in Toronto was the tallest free-standing structure in the world. Big money in Malaysia and the UAE has made such a claim historic at this point, but the cool perspective in this pic relays the effective distance from ground to main deck on the tower.