February 1, 2012

Travelling to the US.

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Well as some of you know I flew into New York city for business this week.  After hearing all the scares, the restrictions, the guidelines and what not to do, what not to say, I can’t say I was concerned, but i would say i “prepared” myself for the whole “song and dance”.  As i’m […]

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January 30, 2012

NYC: oh the noise

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Last night was my first night in New York City, well since the last time I was here 6 years ago.  One thing that i had forgotten ( or maybe suppressed ) was the noise at night.  By choice, I bought my house in the suburbs of Montreal.  Close enough for travelling to and from […]

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December 20, 2011

Randy Cunneyworth: The Habs new head coach

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First, I would like to say congrats to Randy.  First, for being promoted to head coach for the Montreal Canadians, and second for having the guts to take over as head coach for the Montreal Canadians.  Unlike most hockey fans in Montreal, I have nothing against Jacques Martin.  As far as I am concerned, he […]

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December 9, 2011

How I got tricked into coaching hockey

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Most of you know that I’m a dad, and a very happy and proud one at that.  I love my children, and spending time with them.  When my oldest asked if he could play hockey this year, we said sure.  I would rather have him play sports than become a vegetable in front of a […]

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November 30, 2011

Starting a new job

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Everyone has been there at some point or another, and i am no exception. This week i started a new job, and like all jobs, it will probably prove to have its ups and its downs. For the moment, i am facing most of the downs that i will encounter ( they were not unknown […]

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October 18, 2011

En ville sans voiture

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OK, this post was meant to go out a couple weeks ago, but with some things came up, so its a little out of context, but I needed to get this out anyways. I’m an avid supported of public transportation, yes it can definitely improve, but I still take it everyday of the week, and […]

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October 6, 2011

Steve Jobs: the man, the inspiration, the icon

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To those of you who know me well, you will probably be surprised by this post, but some things transcend preference, and affect us all. I am not a big fan of most Apple products, and have had questionable doubt about Apple’s practices in the past ( and even some of the more recent ones […]

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August 3, 2011

Montreal is falling apart

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I am proud to call myself a Canadian, and proud to be from Montreal ( but don’t tell anyone. ).  In the past couple of years, we have seen our proud and wonderful city begin to fall into ruin.  From overpasses falling down on the highway, to trains falling over on bridges to bridges being […]

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July 21, 2011

Spam

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Most, if not all of you at some point have received your fair share of spam, and i don’t mean the meat.  Now spam comes in multiple formats and delivery methods.  You’ve got your get cheap drugs spam, dietary supplement spam, pornographic spam, the “enlarge/increase ….” spam.  Something for everyone. With the popularity of social media, […]

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July 3, 2011

The story of a good man

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This is the story of my dad, well some parts anyways.  Becoming a dad myself, I’ve come to realize a few things and wanted to thank my dad. He died four years ago this past week-end, and I always find it difficult during the days around the anniversary of his death. My dad died from […]

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