Eat Drink Man Woman: Ang Lee

I'm on quite the video kick lately, but I'm really looking forward to renting this. Too bad, my power adapter for my Macbook broke today, must conserve energy.



Pop music inspired by Cindy Sherman, while wearing Margiela? It probably can't get much better, the Earth might explode.

Thank the Modernists

Thank them for all those hideous buildings in Toronto. Yes, you, brown Fifth Element Sears building on Jarvis and you, large curved bookend City Hall!

I'm sick of learning about Modernist Design and their affinity for clean, geometric forms and their use of modern materials or their use of plains surfaces articulated by abstract manipulation of light and shade. Bulldoze that shiiiiiit! No, actually, don't, I'm going to Canoe on Sunday, housed in one of Mies van der Rohe's works, the Toronto Dominion towers. Really, I usually appericate the legacy of Modernist works, but I'm just sick of studying and I just really want to pass my History of Design mid-term on Sunday. Dear ghosts of Le Corbusier, Piet Mondrian, and founder of Bauhaus please let me pass this test.



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Burger Date

Real burgers with my fake fiancee Kait, over in her Eastside hood, the historic Cabbagetown in Toronto. Gourmet Burger, the semi-new joint has been blogged about all over town and after hearing good reviews from all her housemates I couldn't wait to try it. And, no, they don't have poutine, don't ask.
I got the Aussie burger: a Canadian farm raised beef patty complete with sliced beets, fresh pineapple and a fried egg on top. Double the protein (not that I work out). Although the take-out oriented storefront was a bit small, with minnial seating, the smiling friendly staff more than made up for it. Next time I'm going to try the sweet potato fries and old fashioned milkshake.

Wrapped like a little present.

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Toronto, ON