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Well it’s true that I fart, but I wouldn’t call myself a farter. I’m a social farter. I really only do it when I’m out with my friends who fart. The above is one of three videos recently released by … Continue reading
Have you been to Robson St. as of late? If not, take a look at their recent installation promoting LED light bulbs to save energy.
Adding on to my previous post, many of you may recall seeing the West House in LiveCity Yaletown during the Vancouver 2010 Olympics. The West House was a collaborative project between Smallworks Studios, SFU, and the government to create a zero energy house … Continue reading
“Since when did they start building two floored garages?” I thought to myself as I passed by what looked like a miniature housing unit being constructed behind a main residence. I took a closer look and there was in fact … Continue reading
Biking sharing is essentially a transportation program where users can pick up a bicycle at any self-serve bike station and return it at any bike station in the area. Some major benefits of public bikeshare include easing traffic congestion, helping short-trip … Continue reading
Once upon a time fountains of cool, refreshing, and safe drinking water were available everywhere in schools, offices, gyms, and department stores across the country. This once free and abundant resource has now been replaced by the creation of evil … Continue reading
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