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Some lesser-known things that you should check out.
  1. Skyroll Luggage
    Honestly: the world's best luggage. Carries three (3) full suits, including shoes, and fits in carry-on. Oh, and doubles as an awesome bike backpack. @SkyRoll_luggage
  2. The breakfast sandwich at Burrow
    Their secret? A smokey tomato jam. @BurrowCafeYeg
  3. Roasted Cherry Smoked Bacon
    From Prairie Meats in Saskatoon. Thick cut. @PrairieMeats
  4. Blackberry Passport
    Sure, the app selection bites. (They've fixed that with the Priv.) But with its convenient and powerful OS, perfect screen, intellitype technology, ridiculously long battery life, and smooth touch-enabled physical keyboard, the Passsport is far and away the best device for professional use. @BlackBerry
Movies that you only really like the first time you watch them, but that left their mark on you. Like your first hit, you try to recapture the high by watching them again, but it never feels as good as the first time. Know what I mean?
  1. The Game
    You never see the first plot twist coming, let alone the second one. Not the best acting performances by either Douglas or Penn, but the screenwriting is superb.
  2. The Blair Witch Project
    I was apparently the only guy in the theatre that didn't know the premise. But I certainly wasn't the only one scared silly during the closing scene. One of the few movies I've seen where the whole audience remained seated during the credits, catching its breath.
  3. Se7en
    One of the best combinations of writing, casting, directing, and acting. This one can certainly be watched more than once. But you never recapture the suspense.
  4. The Hangover
    Films are funnier than this one, but few comedies have built suspense into their plot lines like this one.
Things that will disqualify you from an 'A' in my class, or get you blocked from my Facebook feed.
  1. Improper semi-colon use
    I issue my students licenses to use semi-colons; it's for their own protection.
  2. Using "utilize"
    There are no circumstances under which utilizing "utilize" fails to make you sound pompous. Use "use," you ass.
  3. Using "orientating" instead of "orienting"
    How do these people treat "orienteering"?
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