Travels: Saskatchewan 04

Parkour: 911 Jam

Check your boots for puppies. Mexico 04.

1 tarp, 3 motorbikes, 1 goat path down to the beach = priceless camping.

This summer, in a period of 2 months I managed to double the mileage of my 1981 Kawasaki 750. When I bought the bike the odometer read 24000 km. When I returned from Mexico two months later, it read 48096km. That's 24000km of riding. 12000km a month. 3000km a week. 428km a day for 60 days straight. Yes, my ass is a little sore.

My first major ride of the summer was from Vancouver to Preeceville, Saskatchewan and back. That's about 4000 kms. When I returned to Vancouver, I rested one day and then it was off to Mexico with...

Sep 09, 2004

Christians and Abortion

I too am seriously bummed by Bush's win. I found your comments on Christians and abortion/gay marriage interesting. As for me, I agree with you that people should be able to do what they want.

Aug 30, 2004

Parkour: Monk Jam

Parkour: Fantastic Bails of DrunkMonk

Parkour: PKCA 5

The End is Nigh

I was just on your site reading what you were saying about Bush being re-elected and one thing you said really caught my attention.

Jul 18, 2004

Institute of Buildering

ok. a quick one.
if there is an INSTITUTE OF BUILDERING, what are the required programmes and curriculum that should be included in it? Eg: an introduction to equipments, emergency room. etc?

Jul 02, 2004

Defecto Strikes Back

About a month ago I received a letter from a scholarly gentleman named M, who pointed out my incorrect usage of the word "whomever".

M then goes on to comment on the book, "The Urban Adventurer's Guide to the University of Washington", by Captain Defecto. M describes it as "primarily bland, plagiarized building descriptions and useless, pixelated photographs".

The following is Defecto's response to M's statement, and if his book is anything like his letter, then it's a highly enjoyable piece of writing.

dear "m",

i'd like to start off by saying from the bottom of my heart, "fuck you". it's whining pussies like you (and it's obvious you are one because of your nit-picking) that give buildering a bad rap. you and your kind contribute nothing to the activity but inane commentary and ridiculous photos of yourselves gripping for dear life to the sides of a buildings while your toes scrape the ground. but rather than simply tell you that you're an asshole (something i'm sure you already know) i'd like to address the beef you have with my book. as far as the pictures are concerned, i will agree that they did not come...

Jun 25, 2004