Archive for March 2009

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A few months ago, our department had a goodbye lunch at Jack Astor’s for that term’s co-op students. I particularly remember one of our department’s senior directors making an appearance, and how he had gone around and shook hands with each of the co-opts and thanked them each personally for their hard work over the […]

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Today is officially the first day of spring, March 20th, the Vernal equinox. Hurray for white people – now it’s only half insane for you to run around in this -3 degree weather wearing shorts! To celebrate, our more astute visitors might have noticed the minor tweaks we’ve made to the layout. (Or not. Use […]

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So like…links and stuff. – Saw these nifty videos from Microsoft, where they imagine all sorts of wacky Microsoft gadgets for the year 2019. Microsoft ads always have top notch production values, so it’s a pretty cool video even if you have no interest in future productivity gadgets. My favourite part about Microsoft’s vision of […]

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I’ve always yearned to return back to the early days of this site, back to our roots of providing hard hitting commentary and discussions on real and serious issues that matter to YOU (back then, The WAMBAG was like Keith Olbermann and Bill O’Reilly before there was a Keith Olbermann and Bill O’Reilly), instead of […]

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Lament It’s All Coming Back To Me Now – CĂ©line Dion A strangely liberating thing happened yesterday. I forgot that the Toronto Raptors existed. It wasn’t a big deal that I missed the game, I’ve missed plenty of Raptors games in my lifetime, but I don’t think I’ve ever actually experienced amnesia in regards to […]

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A trio of links that are related to some unknown comic book called “Watchmen”. Watchmen as a Saturday morning cartoon The Marvel/DC guy at work And the opening credits for the movie. Spoilers, obviously.


Destined to fight the world's evil, The WAMBAG endures massive battles involving impossible stunts, races on horse-pulled carriages, and the desecration of enchanting medieval castles (all done with dizzying computer graphics). Not only does the eye candy keep on coming, the tongue-in-cheek writing and deep Transylvanian accents perfect the film with a dose of dark humor.



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