I don’t know about you, but I would never want to drive a bus. Driving a car stresses me out enough that I intentionally moved to a city where I could rely on transit, so I have the utmost respect for the men and women who ferry me around every day.
Bosses, you suck.
You have ridiculously unreal expectations for your employees. You demand an unprecedented level of workmanship and productivity for menial pay. You prance around the office like you own the place (which very well may be the case) and, by extension, us — which apparently gives you carte blanche to treat us however you like.
Concerned groups say fewer marine units a public safety concern, likely to endanger lives
In response to the potential loss of another Monday in the spring term for B.C.’s new statutory holiday, Family Day, the UVic Senate voted on Oct. 5 to move spring reading break.
Do you have a personal mantra? Some words to live by? Perhaps there’s a Katy Perry song that spoke to you in a moment of weakness? Don’t be embarrassed — I have one as well (a certain outlook on life, not a song, although I’m partial to “Last Friday Night”).
Part of having religiously experimental parents was having access to a bunch of interesting books as a kid. My parents’ shelves were full of fascinating stuff, from Herman Hesse’s Siddhartha to Robert Pirsig’s Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance and on and on.
If you’re averse to singing in the shower, it’s because you’ve suffered psychological damage.
Fitness can be fatal, no studies show
Pedophilia. The word has as many undesirable connotations as undesirable consequences. Theatre Inconnu’s production of David Harrower’s play Blackbird explores how pedophilia transforms two individuals.
Amidst some of the soggiest weather we’ve had since April, fans, super-fans and the curious alike flocked to Pearkes Recreation Centre for Victoria’s Ultimate Hobby & Toy Fair on Oct. 14.