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Category Archives: Ramblings & Rants
Today is the day that you not only pay your taxes, but also the day you get to choose who will spend them. Yes, that’s right, in an interesting twist, election day and the tax filing deadline in Canada have … Continue reading
This last month has been one hell of a month. I started by slowly moving into my new apartment, something that took, give or take, a month to do (and I’m still not done yet, as I’ve yet to receive … Continue reading
The majority of the stories published on Folaji.com should be considered Short Stories, as they are typically made up of 5-6 posts that run about 700 to 1000 words per post (giving the average story between 3500 and 6000 words). … Continue reading
I’ve had a pretty hectic week, what with my dog getting hurt and bleeding all over the floor, so I’ve not been able to put as much effort into the site as I would have liked. I’m currently working on … Continue reading
I like Folaji.com. I like it because this is probably the first site that I’ve ever created for myself, and after a year and a half online, I find nothing more relaxing than sitting back and looking at my site, … Continue reading
Back in June of last year, a couple of friends and I came out with a RockBand video of Disturbed’s Down With The Sickness. At the time I was unable to add the video to YouTube because of the song … Continue reading
Planning is a waste of time. Seriously. I mean, you can sit there and spend hours planning what you have to do, or you can forget planning and just do it. I mean, if you start doing it now, then … Continue reading
“Mystery is the catalyst for imagination.” – J.J. Abrams I stumbled upon a pretty interesting YouTube video a few days ago. The video (which I’ve embedded below) is of J.J. Abrams talking to a group of people at TED about … Continue reading
Today being Remembrance Day, I figure this is the least I could do: In Fanders Fields By: Lt.-Col. John McCrae In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky … Continue reading