When you graduate high school and you move on to college, you start studying super serious stuff… like if you were going to the University of Victoria in Canada, you could sign up to take a course on the Science of Batman. Science. Batman. Serious stuff.
The course looks at the adaptability of the human mind and body in terms of how someone could potentially become the baddest motherfucker on the planet, AKA Batman.
From Pamela Anderson to William Shatner, to Justin Bieber to Tommy Chong, planes and helicopters across Canada will be emblazoned with the faces of legendary Canadians to promote Canadian heritage. Just in case you had forgotten how Canada has bettered your world.
If you were hoping to be the first one day to record “Danny Boy” in space, astronaut Chris Hadfield has you beat
Continuing his streak of being one of the most awesome astronauts ever, Canucknaut Chris Hadfield recorded “Danny Boy” on acoustic guitar from the ISS, just for St. Patrick’s Day. Audio is below.
In the US, there’s been talk for decades to get rid of the penny because it costs more to make than it’s actually worth. But Canada said “Fuck it” and went ahead and killed the penny. Good night, penny.
Canadian college student finds major security exploit in the school’s network, tells the school, gets expelled
If you were skilled in programming and networking and you discovered a critical flaw in your university’s network, a flaw that would have exposed the personal data of over 250,000 students, you would think the right thing to do would be to inform the school so they can fix it. Well that’s what Ahmed Al-Khabaz from Montreal’s Dawson College thought, and for his trouble, the school expelled him. In the meantime, the news has gotten Mr. Al-Khabaz tons of job offers, even if the college refuses to reinstate him.
"A disoriented monkey was found wandering aimlessly outside an Ikea store in North York Sunday.
The animal sighting quickly sparked a flurry of activity among Torontonians, who tweeted and re-tweeted pictures and created at least two parody accounts on Twitter.
Dressed in a shearling coat and a diaper, the monkey managed to open its crate, unlock the car door and go for a stroll in the Ikea parking lot – clearly a “smart monkey” for having managed all that, said Toronto Police Staff Sergeant Ed Dzingala.”