Browsing All posts tagged under »Rob Ford«

A Cyclist’s Defense of Car Lanes

July 21, 2011


I am not a driver. I have a license, and I occasionally drive the family car when I’m staying at home, but the personal automobile is not my preferred way to get around. I find it frustrating and stressful. Driving means taking my life into my hands as I control a one ton machine while it hurtles […]

War on the Car? Hardly.

December 3, 2010


I haven’t posted in about a month because I’ve been busy with a few other truly terrible things. I grew a truly terrible moustache for Movember, but strictly speaking that did not affect my ability to write this blog. More relevantly, I successfully completed National Novel Writing Month by writing 52,251 words of truly terrible […]

Some sanity, please? A Rant and an Announcement.

October 28, 2010


It would be hard for me to come up with any interesting material on the latest development out of Toronto. The blogosphere has been home to much weeping and gnashing of teeth for the last 48 hours or so, and in this context it would be difficult for me to say anything new. Besides, if […]