Bus Rides And Longboarding – Moments Available For Thought Reflection

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I love riding the bus. I love riding the bus and longboarding. Riding the bus doesn’t just give me an opportunity to look at the world around me, nor does longboarding only give me the kick of adrenaline when bombing a massive hill. Both of these simple activities give me time alone to reflect on thoughts from earlier that day, week, or even month.

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Corey’s Top 5 Anything Batman – From Games to Movies to Comics

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Happy Batman Day, everyone!

Since the instructions on how one celebrates this new holiday are rather vague – and I’m not about to go suit up and fight injustice on the streets of Toronto – it seemed to me that the best way to respect the Caped Crusader’s legacy was with a list of my favourite Batman stories across any medium: comics, animation, video games, you name it!


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Batman Exists – and His Name Is Bill Gates

Curating the Future

Today is Batman Day – the day in which we celebrate Batman’s triumph over evil, again. It seems Batman keeps on saving the world (or Gotham, at least) at least once a year, and yet the baddies just keep on streaming to his doorstep. While frustrating, this fact does not discourage the Bat-fans, who flock to the comics stores to celebrate one of the most renowned heroes of the day.

Sadly, they almost completely ignore the real heroes of our times: people like Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Mark Zuckerberg who have pledged to give at least half of their fortunes to charity, along with more than 135 other billionaires who have signed a similar pledge.

Bill and his wife Melinda alone have pledged over $30 billion to various charities, and have founded the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation which continually gives out grants and monetary assistance to demolish poverty…

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Battle Of The Movies: Iron Man (2008) vs Ant-Man (2015)

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Which is Marvel Studio’s best solo origin movie? That’s a question worth discussing after Ant-Man became a refreshing summer blockbuster.

There’s certainly fan support for Captain America: The First Avenger, The Incredible Hulk and Thor. But to prevent an all out civil war, this post will focus on what many regard are the two top contenders for best solo debut movie.

Time to pick a side! It’s a battle of the movies between Iron Man (2008) versus Ant-Man (2015). After going head to head in several categories such as Story, Heroes and Villains we’ll turn the floor over to the people’s decision (that’s you!) for your all important vote.

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