Actually, CTV’s a private broadcaster. CBC’s public, but the current government has a hate-on for it—the usual “conservative” dislike of public institutions and actual journalism, coupled with campaign donations from our media corporations.
Corrected and noted. CTV’s coverage as a private entity makes NBC look even worse.
Nothing wrong with that. Other than the dearth of food carts on my walk home, that is.
Food carts will be the death of me.
Context: I’d gone downtown to see a movie and it was the first pod that a) had something that looked good and b) took a debit card. It’s very weird to see an Egyptian cart approximate a gyro but it was very tasty. Lighter, cooler, less spicy yogurt on a hot day.
Why oh why do I have to be on a diet. That looks scrumptious
It was…refreshing, mostly because the sauce was cool instead of spicy.
And I really should be on a better diet.
Now that you’re clean-shaven: Dare you to do Movember.
My mustache alone is barely better than Derek Holland’s.
In Canada, at least, you can get a Costco-branded Amex for the same cost as either the Amex card or the Costco membership by itself, and it includes a cash-back deal. Worth considering if the Costco membership is of interest.
I have a Costco membership already. Forgot about that. You can get one here in the States too.
Quick! Send the e-mail!
The desk person’s supposed to notify management that I’m out sick. So I don’t have to do a thing. I did send my supervisor an e-mail right after I called saying I’d be out (she knew I wasn’t well.)