Image Fail #5

October 23, 2009

Church Goer Fail:

Churches these days are more and more accommodating…


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Strogbow Float (WTF!?)

October 1, 2009

Nick, Andrew and I enjoyed an evening of Spolumbos sausages, Strongbow, and philosophical conversation on Monday and happened to discover an interesting new taste in the process! In the middle of a conversation about the fractal nature of phase change (or something, to be honest I zoned out for a while at this point) we began to discuss whether to start another drink or eat dessert. It became obvious – well, obvious in a “third-going-on-fourth-drink” kind of way at least – that we should combine the strongbow and the ice cream as they would become one in our stomachs anyways. Surprisingly, the result was delicious, and I’m having another right now!

You Will Need: 1 Strongbow. Some Bryers Cookies and Cream Ice Cream.

Step 1: Assemble ingredients.

Step 2: Scoop ice cream into glass and slowly add the StrongBow.

Step 3: Enjoy! You’ll be amazed!


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Gorgeous Cars Along Stephen Avenue

September 26, 2009

For some reason there were several dozen incredible cars lined up along Stephen Avenue last night. Understandably, Andrew and I grabbed our cameras and took some pictures!


– Sean.

Denver, it’s what’s for Dinner.

September 25, 2009

Well, maybe not dinner, but you can order it for breakfast if you like! (This one’s for you, Amber! :P)


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"Free Cousin!"

September 22, 2009

I’ll admit that I’ve become a bit of a Kijiji fiend lately, and while there are always some funny ads this one takes the cake! Fortunately I took a snapshot of the ad, as it has since been removed (click to enlarge):


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Calgary’s $25M Calatrava Bridge Unveiled

July 31, 2009

The design for Calgary’s $25M pedestrian bridge designed by starchitect Santiago Calatrava has been unveiled and it looks great! Truly a feat of engineering, it will be made almost entirely of steel, have no supports in the water OR above, and does not elevate from the pedestrian level on either side, which means it is truly accessible.

Additionally, I love the red/white color which makes it distinctly Canadian and must mention that the best part is that I should be able to see it out of my bedroom window! 🙂

To the skeptics, aren’t you glad we have this $25M work of art than another $30M overpass? I know I sure am.

Here are some more pictures (Copyright Santiago Calatrava)

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Music Featured on UCalgary Website

June 2, 2009

The University of Calgary Department of Fine Arts has recently added a new media section to their website to showcase student performances. I was pleased to discover this morning that one of the featured selections is a live rendition of Arvo Pärt’s “Spiegel Im Spiegel” featuring Jon Fisher on french horn, and myself playing piano from April 4, 2008.

If you are interested in having a listen, see here: