How to rear children

You might think it’s a bit early to start thinking about rearing children, but it’s not. Kids are everywhere and need to be dealt with in the right way. If you make a mistake raising a child, you are effectively giving the middle finger to the future, and that’s just […]

The McGill holiday wish list

Merry Happy Holidays Christmas Chanukah Kwanzaa! Happy November 30!  Chanukah’s first candle will be lit tomorrow night, and Christmas has been well underway for a month now, at least based on the decorations and music in stores on St. Catherine Street.  With snow lining the streets and festive music all […]


I take off my shirt and it smells. I sniff my armpits, first the left, then the right, and they both smell. I stand in front of the mirror, shirtless, sweat and rain pouring down my face, ricocheting off me, and falling into the porcelain bowl, and I look at […]

WebCT Stupidity of the Week

Political Science I was just wondering if anyone would be willing to send me any notes they’ve taken starting from the point after our first midterm. I always take notes but I don’t believe I’m doing it very efficiently because they did not help me very well for the first […]

WebCT stupidity of the week

Neuroscience Thank you for the explanations. Unfortunately, I’m totally confused by the fundamental difference between living and non-living things. So ants, broccoli, people, and cats are all “living things” and therefore represented by sensory knowledge? However: pants, steamed broccoli, steeples, and hats are “non-living things” and therefore represented by functional […]

WebCT stupidity of the week

Computer Science Assignment submission problems “Same here. When push comes to shovel, I’ll overwrite my previous submission with a new version that includes question 3.”   Psychology Essay writing hints “11. Correctly making of the grammar will receive marks highly.”