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Michael Hastner, the man behind the controversial 13km/h speed limit and $100 pedestrian crossing fee, had done it again, and this time, his idea was ingenious (or so he thought). After having been fired from his road-sign manager position, he’d found himself walking … Continue reading
There are many stories out there about evil, haunted, or monster houses. All stories have a similar theme: the house wants to eat/harm neighbourhood children, and adults are oblivious to the evil house’s true nature. There is one house, however, … Continue reading
Michael Hastner had been dean at the Université de Montreal when his controversial new 13 km/h speed limit signs went up, and had been forced to retire after the uproar they had caused. He didn’t want to retire, but understood all too well … Continue reading
Welcome… to netZoom Nummer zwei, the second article in the series where I share interesting discoveries and news from the series of tubes we call the Internets. I’ve got some funny, weird and interesting things to share with you this … 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
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
With the weather getting warmer, I’m finding myself spending more time walking around Montreal. As such, I’m starting to run into interesting scenarios that, sure enough, result in some flash imagination. So expect to see find a handfull of new … Continue reading