The Anti-Toot Blanket

3 05 2010

The Better Marriage Blanket is an actual product!, officially signaling the end of mankind. Or maybe just flatulence-related divorces! It’s basically a comforter with a layer of activated carbon sewn in so when you rip a squirty one your partner doesn’t have to smell it. Unless they’re into that sort of thing… I know I am ūüėČ

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Darth Vader Supports Earth Hour

24 03 2010

Please don’t forget Earth Hour this Saturday March 27th at 8:30pm





Happy Birthday Andrew!!!

23 02 2010

To the best brother I have ever known and the coolest kid in the world, I wish you the best birthday ever.  Much love.

Here’s A happy Bday video for you:
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And another:

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Now for your gift. Since I leave for Hong Kong tomorrow I’m coming back with this outfit for you. PENIS PANTS Baby!!!

Andrew Ordinary's future Bday outfit





Roots : Help Haiti Bracelets

12 02 2010

The Help Haiti Bracelet is now available online and in-store!

100% of the proceeds goes to the Canadian Red Cross to help the survivors of the earthquake in Haiti!

The bracelet is $5 and comes in brown and black.

You can either buy them in store or online. Click Here to shop online

Roots : Help Haiti Bracelet

Roots : Help Haiti Bracelet

Roots : Help Haiti Bracelet

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Canada Donates Most Money Per Capita to Haiti

27 01 2010

Canada/Haiti Pin

Here’s something I wanted to share with our readers. ¬†This makes me very proud to be Canadian. ¬†It turns out, Canadians have donated the most (per capita) towards the relief effort for Haiti. ¬†I’m not sure how I fit into that equation since I donated $5 on my phone through a Canadian courier, however I also purchased a disc online and donated $10 through what I think was an American site. ¬†Anyways, the numbers are in and thus far, Canada has shown it’s true colours. ¬†They’re bright and promising.

Here’s an excerpt from 680 News:

“According to the Center for Global Development in Washington, D.C., Canada deserves a lead role in the reconstruction of Haiti.

David Roodman tells the Calgary Herald, per capita, Canadians have contributed more aid to the Caribbean nation that anyone else.

On average, we donate $5 per person, compared to the U.S. who has donated about $1 per person.

However, the United States still contributes more, overall.

Roodman says there’s a huge need for someone to coordinate all the aid money flowing to Haiti. Countries like Canada should be at the forefront, thanks to their experience in the impoverished nation.”


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Download To Donate for Haiti

25 01 2010

I love this idea. ¬†MusicForRelief.org has released a compilation album called ‘Download To Donate For Haiti’. ¬†The record is comprised of all unreleased music from various artists. ¬†Here is the best part about all of this. ¬†100% of the proceeds of the music will go to helping with the recovery effort of Haiti. ¬†Here’s what MusicForReleif says:

100% of funds received will support those affected by the tragic earthquake in Haiti.
Funds will be divided equally among the rapid response efforts of the United Nations Foundation, the long-term,
sustainable rebuilding of homes with Habitat for Humanity, and Dave Matthews Band’s BAMA Works Haitian relief efforts.

Even if for some unknown reason you didn’t want to donate, please at least purchase this album for some great unreleased tunes from some amazing artists. ¬† You can actually choose how much you want to pay for this disc, just be generous. ¬†Here is the track listing:

  1. Not Alone : Linkin Park
  2. Mother Maria : Slash Feat. Beth Hart
  3. Never Let Me Down : Kenna
  4. Heroes : Peter Gabriel
  5. Still (Acoustic) : Alanis Morissette
  6. Resurrection : Lupe Fiasco & Kenna
  7. We Are One : Hoobastank
  8. The Wind Blows (Remix) : All American Rejects
  9. It Must Be Love : Enrique Iglesias
  10. Typical Situation (Live) : Dave Matthews Band

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(Nike) RED

2 12 2009

Today Nike launched their new (Nike) Red campaign in London, together with some of the world’s most prominent soccer players. The first product to be introduced are (NIKE) RED laces. The laces are specifically designed for football boots. But anyone can wear them.

‚ÄúWe‚Äôre working with Nike to leverage the power of sport to fight HIV and AIDS in Africa. Together we‚Äôre focusing on two initiatives: Educate and Medicate. Our aim is to ensure that HIV positive people in Africa have access to the medicine they need to stay alive and to continue to build education programs through the power of sport.‚ÄĚ

The laces are available now online at http://www.nikestore.com.

(Nike) Red : Shoelaces

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