Showing posts from November, 2019


The Devil In I - Slipknot
Nightmare - Avenged Sevenfold
Rebel Yell - Dope
Bodies - Drowning Pool
Sex Machine - Dope
You're Going Down - Sick Puppies
In the End - Linkin Park
Sulfur - B Slipknot
Killing in the Name - Rage Against The Machine
Violent Pornography - System Of A Down
Dead Memories - Slipknot
Psychosocial - Slipknot
Down With the Sickness - Disturbed
The Red - Chevelle
Hail to the King - Avenged Sevenfold
Walk - Pantera
Dragula - Rob Zombie
Personal Jesus - Marilyn Manson
Highway To Hell - Marilyn Manson
Tainted Love - Marilyn Manson
Cake And Sodomy - Marilyn Manson
Wait and Bleed - Slipknot


Stressed Out - twenty one pilots
Believer - Imagine Dragons
Feel Good Inc. - Gorillaz
Thunder - Imagine Dragons
Ride - twenty one pilots
Radioactive - Imagine Dragons
Jumpsuit - twenty one pilots
Natural - Imagine Dragons
Guns for Hands - Twenty One Pilots
Somebody That I Used To Know (feat. Kimbra) - Gotye
Heathens - twenty one pilots
Whatever It Takes - Imagine Dragons
Heavydirtysoul - twenty one pilots
Do I Wanna Know? - Arctic Monkeys
Sail - Sail Main Album Version
Chlorine - twenty one pilots
Don't Let Me Down - The Chainsmokers
Sucker For Pain - Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa & Imagine Dragons
bad guy - Billie Eilish
Zombie - Bad Wolves
Human - Ragln'Bone Man
Centuries - Fall Out Boy
Lane Boy - twenty one pilots
Warriors - Imagine Dragons
Wake Me Up - Avicii

Montana's BBQ and Bar - Moose Jaw

Coffee $2.49 (4/5) Starter Caesar $2.99 (4/5) Firecracker Burger (With fries and gravy) $16.98 (5/5) Skillet Cookies $6.99 (5/5) Tax $3.24 Total: $32.69 ($25 gift card) Paid: $7.69
 The service was good and the waiter friendly. We got seated right away as it was not a peak time. The place is rather rustic and western looking and so is the dress of the staff. The feel was good. The music was not too loud, but loud enough I could not do a video or it would get a music strike.
The salad was actually massive for the price. I actually wonder what the regular one is like. It also tasted very good and the cheese on it was outstanding - not the stuff you normally get in a restaurant.
The burger was outstanding and some of the best fries I've ever had. For what it is, the burger was not at all hot (spicy) to me, but I'm sure to most people it would have been spicy. I'm just used to extreme spice. Kind of wish there was an option to have to extreme spicy, but there isn't. The taste was …


1. Judas Priest - Black Sabbath (1970)
2. Deep Purple - Machine Head (1972)
3. Motörhead - Overkill (1979)
4. Judas Priest - Sad Wings Of Destiny (1976)
5. Van Halen - Van Halen (1978)
6. Rainbow - Rising (1976)
7. Rush - 2112 (1976)
8. KISS - Alive (1975)
9. Ted Nugent - Ted Nugent (1975)
10. Scorpions - Lovedrive (1979)
11. Judas Priest - Stained Class (1978)
12. Judas Priest - Master of Reality (1971)
13. Black Sabbath - Paranoid (1970)
14. AC/DC - Highway to Hell (1979)
15. Kiss - Kiss (1974)
16. Alice Cooper - School's Out (1972)
17. Kiss - Destroyer (1976)
18. Alice Cooper - Easy Action (1970)
19. Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin (1970)
20. Uriah Heep - Return to Fantasy (1975)


I have a medication that does some strange stuff to me. It gives me shaky hands, headaches, brain fog (mild) and several other less bothersome side effects. I desire to keep taking it because it stands between me and soul crushing depression. I tried to get off it but when the dose was cut in half (took months) I went into depression again - so I'm staying on it. The side effects are worth it.
Now for 2 years I been complaining that I'm freezing cold than an hour later cooking hot. The temperature in my apartment is steady the entire time. Well I been to the doctor several times over this and she has run a pile of tests on me including hormone tests, and found nothing wrong that would cause it.
Well I just looked up that same medication on a whim. Well I changed from the 1 a day to the twice a day kind of the same medication. Seems the difference is the uncommon side effect of your body not being able to regulate it's temperature well.
So I been recording my body temperature …

Mandelbulb 3D CrossBiFold + AamazingBox



This was my first car, a 1969 Ford Rideau 500. It has a 302 motor in it and I wrapped the odometer on it in the first 3 years I had it. I drove it for about 10 years before I sold it to get a newer - used car.
The thing burned oil, but it ran fine and I went all over the place with it. My parents did NOT want me to go out of town with it, but I went not only out of town but far out of town with it.
I live in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan and the first out of town trips where to Regina to live it up in the bars there. Then I was off to Saskatoon for more of the same.
But one day a friend got tickets to an Iron Maiden concert, but it was in Winnipeg Manitoba. It's kind of a long way. Told the folks we where going camping and drove the ancient beast all the way there and back. We slept in the car over night and it was a hell of a concert.
The farthest I was in it, was New Orleans. It was a VERY long way from home. We stayed there for 2 weeks and lived out of the car for the most part. Being th…



I Used To Adore My Commodore 64

I did used to adore my Commodore 64. I got it in the 1980's and kept using it for a long time. This is a photo of it when I first got it. I honestly don't remember when I got rid of it but it was in the early 2000 range I think.
I learned 65802 assembly code and wrote my own educational games with it. They where distributed among schools in a region for free.
There was also the popular "Demo" programs that would show off the capability of the machine. It was a must to know assembly code for this as basic was not nearly fast enough to do most of the fancy tricks.
A little history on the machine. They came out in 1982 as a home computer and where actually kind of expensive in the day for what you got, but it had 16 colors on it's display and that made it popular. That's right 16.
They sold somewhere between 22 million and 30 million according to the man who invented it. It is to this day the most popular personal computer in history. It is estimated that there are …

Corkie The Dog

Me 2 years old playing with Corkie. The dog had razor blade teeth. My Brother and I played a bit rough with her and would end up bleeding. We did not care, but Mom would be mad at the dog and she would not know why Mom was upset.
She was also not that smart. Her days ended one sad afternoon when she got out of the yard and ran for it. Twice before she had been clipped by a car when escaping, but this time she was hit full on and that was it.
On a more funny note, Dad was getting ready for work one day (he was a cop) and she wanted out. So he let her out and then when she ran back in she bumped the door and it closed, clocking Dad out of the house as he did not have his keys.
As well, dad did not have his jacket, gloves or hat. It was the middle of winter and he could not wake any of us up for some reason so he started to walk to work. Well it was -20F at the time, so this was a silly move. But fortunately one of his co-workers saw him and picked him up.
Before her, we had "Penny"…


OK here is the deal, this is 49.8 years (and 23 hours). So I was like 4 when I posted the freaking video then was I? Not to mention the internet did not exist in it's modern form yet, let alone freaking YouTube.
Than again YouTube is not very good at math it seems. I fire up my Studio app and it will say 1142 Subscribers - the next tome (same day) 1138 - 20 minutes later 1143 - the entire time the YouTube app my channel say 1137. I go to my page in the browser and it say 1141. Ya know... I'm kind of sure people are not subbing and unsubbing that fast.
Ever notice gaps in statistics? Yeah, I don't really go them - but there are spots missing from the timeline now and then - normally a 2 days span where it just stops recording things I guess.
For all the people that work for them and all the fancy code, you would expect a simple thing like a counter to work. But then again if like me, you have thousands of videos - good luck seeing them all in your list in the Studio app or web…


I'm actually amazed at how badly I reacted to this stuff. It's supposed to NOT cause allergies after all. Yeah it's all rather natural for the most part, but DANG - I thought I was going to die or something.
My skin was covered in red dots from head to toe. It burned like a sunburn (feeling). My eyes where itchy and hurt. My breathing was hampered slightly.
When I took it out of the wash I got a reaction so I washed them all again. I figured I was safe as there was no reaction when I took it out the 2nd time. The next day after a shower I put on the clean clothing and WHAM I got hit with it.
I had to wash it 2 more times and even then there was a very slight itch.
I'm kind of astonished at this as literally all the other reviews where positive. But this gave me the worst reaction of my life for laundry soap. Gain was a close second but not as bad. Tide just made me slightly red and itchy.
Seem the Co-op stuff is all I can use. I also have very little of it left and can'…


Lost 2.4 lbs and I'm down to 373.2 lbs. Still up 21.2 lbs on the year with 8 weeks to do. Down 124.8 lbs from my heaviest weight. Was mildly good this week, but could have done way better with sticking to the diet.


So on Halloween I got into it. I had 4 China White shooters (they where not worth the $9.99 I payed for them - they sucked) and about half a 26 of Wiser's Special Blend. I then watched a 3 old movies with Vincent Price in them - ignore the modern one in the middle.
The movies where all after 9PM as I was watching the security camera feed on my TV to see the kids come trick or treat. It was very fun. One was dressed as Franks Mustard. One of the old ladies was dressed as death in her wheelchair.
I went down briefly, just in time to end up holding a baby for a moment - well just about everyone did - the 2 Moms took all of our photos with the child. Ya know - I have no idea if it was a boy or girl, not one clue.