WIND Mobile : Just Do It

22 03 2010

I hate my cell phone company.  I’ve been with Rogers Wireless for over 10 freaking years.  I even worked for the company when it was called Cantel AT&T.  I helped build that company and yet they treat me like poop that a chimpanzee just threw at a donkey.

Enter Wind mobile.  A new start up with pretty limited coverage but a business model that will revolutionize the mobile phone industry in Canada as long as they can get some adopters to get off their asses, cancel their freaking Rogers and Bell plans and move on over.  I urge EVERYONE who is in a Wind Mobile calling area to sign up.  No contract, GSM phones and the plans are amazeballs.  No one can touch them.

Do the right thing dear reader.  Eff Rogers and their antics.  Eff Bell never giving you what you want.  Move to a company that listens to the public and does the right thing. Go to WIND MOBILE now for more information.  Read on the company.  Explore the plans and prepare to breathe a sigh of relief.

I’ve some of their plans listed below.  Marvel at  the wonder:


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

Watch Out

2 01 2010

Something BIG is coming….

The End of A Decade.

31 12 2009

May the best of 2009 be the worst of 2010.

Andrew Ordinary

Kevin Ordinary


2010 Olympic Flag

30 12 2009

Melanie Ordinary & Kevin Ordinary Holding the 2010 Olympic Torch

Your Eyes are not deceiving you.  That’s the real Olympic Torch.  On December the 28th 2009 I went with my Dad, sister and brother-in-law to go see the torch in Orangeville for my Dad’s Birthday.

My sister had asked us a couple of weeks prior to if we wanted to go see it in Orangeville.  That was the extent of the plan.  Not sure where exactly the route would take the torch through, what sort of celebrations would take place or even having an estimate of how many people would be in attendance, we simply grabbed some Timmies and headed out.  My brother-in-law has an uncle who lives in Orangeville, so on the way up there we decided we would pass by his home, say hello and ask where we should go to see the torch.

Once we reached Orangeville, we could see the route taped off along the main streets.  As we continued to our destination we passed by a park with a huge big screen and a massive crowd beginning to congregate.   We all decided that is where the action must be and where we would surely see the torch.

After a very pleasant and comical visit with family we headed to the park on foot.  Though I had my snowboarding jacket and gloves on, I really underestimated the cold.  In fact, we all did.  It was so freaking cold that my glasses with fog up each time I exhaled.  Seriously.  It was stoopid cold.  Anyways, we all braved through the temperature with the excitement of catching a glimpse of history while dancing, screaming and laughing.  To my sisters disappointment the large crowd foiled my plans to steal the torch and run to the finish line with it once the torch bearer crossed our section.    We still had fun though.

Once the celebrations were over we decided to head over to the Coke promotional truck and pick up some free goodies if anything was left over but we noticed someone carrying the torch right beside the truck and ran over to see if we could entice them to allow us to take a few pics with the torch.  As you can see, were successful in our efforts.  While we missed out on all the freebees, I think we all got a little something better to remember our day with.  Memories of touching and running with the actual 2010 Winter Olympic Torch.

Boo-yah Suckahz.

12-28-2009 Orangville Crowd to see the 2010 Olympic Torch

Orangeville Torch Bearer Running with My 2010 Olympic Torch

Glen Ordinary, Melanie Ordinary, Papa Ordinary & Kevin Ordinary (Also pictured the 2010 Olympic Torch)



26 11 2009

Happy Birthday Buddy!!

Happy B-day goes out to my main man! Love ya buddy.

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Happy Friday the 13th N9ne!

13 11 2009

Don’t worry, I’m sure you’ll be fine tonight.


Friday the 13th

Today’s a good day.

12 11 2009

It’s my special day.


read andrew

Andrew Ordinary & Special Friend




Reebok Pump 20 Years Later

9 11 2009

Wow.  You know, as a whole, I still feel like I’m still a child.  I love watching cartoons with my nephews.  When I bake with lady friends I still lick the bowl.  Most importantly though,  I own rubber boots a.k.a. galoshes and I jump in puddles every chance I get.

Then something like happens; the 20th anniversary of the Reebok Pump and I think “Bloody hell, it’s been 20 years!”.  Faaaak.  I’m old.

I remember begging my parents for what felt like years, which probably means it was months. Months are years by a child’s timeline.  Anyways, my parents finally gave in.  I was a lucky kid.  In fact, they even purchased the pair that I wanted.  White and blue with orange accents.  Following the purchase I remember my father complaining about the price of those shoes for what felt like years.  Actually this time, it wasn’t just a child’s timeline….it really was years.  In fact if he was still here with me reading this post he would probably be bitching.  Or asking for reimbursement.

I think the only reason my parents caved and purchased me Pumps was because of the verbal beat down I took from kids in the neighbourhood and at school for owning Traxx.  Kids can be cruel and cruel they were.  For those of you that don’t know, and I assume there are many, Traxx were the ghetto running shoes you purchased at Bi-way for $6.99.  Now anyone who is over the age of….oh, I don’t know, say 26?  Knows what Bi-way is, er, was.  It was like Wal-Mart but with 1/3 the stuff and zero marketing dollars.  My parents must have overheard the verbal lashings and scraped together enough dough to purchase a child an unnecessarily expensive pair of runners.  God Bless them.

Pictured below is a pair of pumps from the 20th anniversary collaboration collection.  They’ll be released on November 20th.  Maybe I’ll pick up a pair for my parental units this time.  For more info click HERE.


Reebok Pump : 24 Kilates


Christmas Theme Isn’t So Jolly

6 11 2009

I had to kill the christmas theme on the blog.  It was mucking about with the videos and pics I previously posted.  Bad Santa.


Nude Santa

Happy Holidays