Archive for the ‘humour’ Category

City of Vancouver’s disastrous new logo

Friday, February 24th, 2017

New City of Vancouver logo, in un-kerned Gotham typeface

I still can’t entirely believe it, but this bland, amateur wordmark is the City of Vancouver’s new logo—or to be more accurate, since it barely qualifies as a wordmark let alone a logo: here is our new sad bit of typing.

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C’mere Go Away

Wednesday, June 8th, 2016
Barbed wire and compassion

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Mr. Business Wig

Sunday, March 20th, 2016

Finnish News takes on the US election. Please note that I don’t think this US election is a joke. Trump is close enough to a fascist demagogue, and the spectre of the million who have died as a result of the illegal Iraq War also hangs over both campaigns. This is funny but truly, this is not a joke.

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You make a grown man cry

Sunday, February 14th, 2016

Bill Gates, Steve Ballmer and the other very excited nerds at the Windows 95 launch.

Fitting because I was helping my mother with her work PC earlier and it was really was like going back in time.

Bill’s little hop.

I like the comments:
“Gates is flapping his hands like a seal.

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No one believes you

Saturday, January 23rd, 2016

No one believes you, YouTube.

 

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Most Canadian mainstream newspapers endorsed the far-right ruling party. Which lost.

Tuesday, October 20th, 2015

Most of us Canadians, and certainly any Canadians who read this blog, are overjoyed to have thrown out the party of far-right, tar sands social conservatives who have benighted this country for so long. Goodbye to the xenophobic, misogynist, Islamphobic, climate-change-ignoring, environmentalist-hating, Koch brothers-friendly, medieval holdover known as Stephen Harper. How wonderful it was to hear his concession speech, which someone on Facebook described as “best speech by a robot” while someone else just commented “smarmy goblin.”

We threw them out despite the fact that the vast majority of the corporate newspapers in the country backed the Conservative Party of Canada, running unavoidable wraparound front page ads on every paper the weekend before the election and printing glowing editorial endorsements.

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