I’m not a “gamer” by any stretch of the imagination. The only video game I’ve played regularly throughout my life was NHL Hockey for the various systems that have come and gone over the years. My friend introduced me to a site that offers a number of online games and I did find a game that I really enjoy. It’s a motorcyle trials game called Trials Bike.
Follow this link to have a look. Be forewarned – you will spend some time playing this!
Trials Bike Video Game
Okay, I admit it. I enjoy watching Survivor and The Apprentice. I know, most of you are shaking your heads right now. I’d be willing to bet that a lot of you are probably secretly thinking, “Whew, I’m not the only one.”
Now that my dirty little secret is out of the way I want to talk about Cindy’s decision tonight to take the car and the reward rather than giving the other competitors cars. I’m not a superstitious guy, so the idea that no car winner has ever won Survivor has nothing to do with my opinion here. My decision to give the other four competitors is based on the fact that if Cindy takes the car one out of five people has a free car. If Cindy had given the other four competitors cars, four out of a possible five free cars would have been given away; and four people would always remember that moment.
Cindy ended up getting kicked off the show tonight – and I don’t think it was because of her car decision. I still think the decision was outrageous.
Get the details here.
My two cents.
Gary Bearchell shows us the proper way to perform a shakey face.
It’s Grey Cup weekend in Vancouver and a bunch of us went out to celebrate Gary’s 29th birthday. We started at the Loose Moose, watching the Canuck’s game (WITH NO SOUND!), and then made our way over to Yuk-Yuk’s for the second show of the evening.
Gary managed to get together a great crew for last night’s outing. A crew that appreciates his kindness, support, sense of humour, and incredible shakeyface abilities (see picture).
Happy Birthday buddy!