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Yearly Archives: 2010
I wanted to take this opportunity to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, but it would seem that some believe this to be politically incorrect. I’d therefore like to take a page from Think Geek and wish … Continue reading
Today was a good day for Mark. A few months ago he’d decided to move from his college dorm and had bought – rather hastily some felt – a new condo up on the east side of town. This new … Continue reading
This week’s Flash Imagination is a little late because I wanted to do something to celebrate the arrival of winter in Montreal. So, without further ado, I’m proud to present you with: Cars Burried in Snow! (click on a pic … Continue reading
I was thinking the other day about the last time I posted on Folaji.com. I don’t mean the last time I posted a Flash Imagination, or approving a Netheril Weekly Update (of which there are two new ones up today, … Continue reading
The new speed limit at l’Universté de Montréal (Montreal University) was set to 13 km/h today. Leaders of the university ignored complaints by campus students and staff who said that their car’s speedometer really only displayed speeds that were multiples of … Continue reading
Although revolutionary a the time of its opening, the Chippy Squirrel Prison has been hailed a complete success by lawmakers, community leaders, and former critics. The prison, which was the brain child of Chippy McChipperson, had a rocky start at first, but … Continue reading
The Yamaguchi-gumi family, which first appeared in the early 1910s, was founded by Harukichi Yamaguchi. The organization was small at first, with only a few dozen members. It wasn’t until 30 years passed and a certain Kazuo Taoka, an orphan … Continue reading
I remember seeing it in her eyes and hearing it in her voice. The unease, the impatience, and the frustration of being a perfectly level-minded human being who’s body was beginning to fail. Having worked in hospitals, she knew better … Continue reading
There are things that live in this tree Things that for some reason only I am able to see They come out at night They hunt and they fright And take their prey back into their tree Lately I’ve noticed … Continue reading