Category Archives: General Nonsense

Cthulhu’s Harmonica

by The Walrus on May 11, 2017, no comments

He had said that the geometry of the dream-place he saw was abnormal, non-Euclidean, and loathsomely redolent of spheres and dimensions apart from ours.   (H.P. Lovecraft, The Call of Cthulhu) If Cthulhu played harmonica, this is what it would look like.

No, Murder In VR Shouldn’t Be Illegal Because It Isn’t Murder

by The Walrus on November 30, 2016, no comments

by Erik Kain ,   Sauce: Forbes   Another day, another ridiculous article at Vice’s Motherboard blog. Last time, they trotted out the old, irritating argument that violent video games make people violent in real life. The author of that piece warned that games were turning “genocide viral” as though playing Destiny is merely the first […]

The CEO of Reddit confessed to modifying posts from Trump supporters after they wouldn’t stop sending him expletives

by The Walrus on November 24, 2016, no comments

By Matt Weinberger, Sauce: Business Insider Reddit CEO Steve Huffman has confessed to modifying the posts of some users on the most visible Donald Trump-supporting “subreddit” community after they repeatedly slung verbal abuse in his direction. The story begins earlier this week, when The New York Times published a report on Comet Ping Pong, a […] 100% Canadian Hits

by The Walrus on May 11, 2016, no comments

There’s a new internet radio station on the scene, and they play absolutely nothing by Canadian music.  As a patriotic citizen of this proud home an native land we can Canada, I’m VERY happy to have this new listening option.  CBC’s talk get’s a little tiresome after awhile and they rarely rock as hard.  So […]

Living Internet-Only

by The Walrus on March 1, 2015, no comments

The bills were piling up, and one of the biggest ones was from our local cable company.  Bundled cable TV, phone & internet seemed like a sweet deal at the time compared to the collective bills for all three separately, but we decided to make a change and give up cable TV.  It seemed like […]