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‘Alison’ seeks ‘Skypalace’ in Aura of Power videogame
In a cheeky new video game called Aura of Power, a red-headed character named Alison tries to get to the Skypalace while collecting diamonds, burning taxpayer dollars and leaping over journalists. On her way through the city, she passes signs that point h
45 ridiculous things global warming will supposedly cause
Whether you believe global warming is caused primarily by humans and will bring about Gaia’s destruction or not, you can’t help but laugh at some of the more absurd things alarmists have claimed the phenomenon will cause.
There have been some doozies lat
Taxpayers put out $17.5Gs for one-night stand study
Taxpayers spent $17,500 so a University of Alberta student could bar-hop in Jasper to research how to score a one-night stand. The University of Ottawa received the same amount to study tattooed teachers. The University of British Columbia is spending $20
North Korea: Students required to get Kim Jong-un haircut
Male university students in North Korea must get the same haircut as their leader Kim Jong-un, reports say. The state-sanctioned guideline was introduced in the capital Pyongyang about two weeks ago, Radio Free Asia reports. It is now being rolled out acr
Simon Whitfield (not) rescued paddle boarding in gale
Some Marine Search and Rescue volunteers near Victoria got a bit of a surprise when they responded to a report of a stand up paddle boarder in possible distress in the gale force winds blowing on Monday afternoon.
Stranded Alberta pair torch their car to keep warm
Stranded in the cold with no kindling?
Don't set your car on fire, Pincher Creek RCMP advise.
And if you have a cellphone, you might want to call for help before torching your car and belongings to keep warm.
Tired of unsolicited spam? Relief is on the way
The law aims to crack down on spam and other “electronic threats” such as phishing (communications that take on the guise of a legitimate business and ask people for sensitive information) and spyware (software that gathers data such as a person’s Interne
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