While Karl Welzein is really looking forward to the weekend, Mike Burns, the man behind one of Twitter’s most beloved feeds, @DadBoner, is hustling.
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Environment Minister Peter Kent is “so glad” Peter Kent is running for Parliament again in 2015.
Actor and Capital One spokesman Alec Baldwin had another crazy meltdown on Twitter Thursday night after a Daily Mail writer outed his wife for allegedly tweeting during a funeral.
Baldwin’s wife Hilaria (real name!) was seemingly sending out cheery messages about smoothie recipes while attending James Gandolfini’s funeral in New York.
Every so often, something happens in the world that makes all of us pause and take stock of our lives: the Moon landing, 9/11, that time someone found Stephen Harper’s son on Twitter.
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield is currently aboard the International Space Station not doing any goddamn work. Instead, he’s just spending all his time on Twitter with his online friends who totally get him.
As of this morning, you tweeps won’t have Pat Fucking Martin to kick around anymore. The foul-mouthed NDP MP quit Twitter after his latest anti-government tirade in which he called the Conservatives “rat faced whores.”
Everyone’s favourite cranky uncle Rex Murphy just can’t understand why more people don’t like Stephen Harper. Christ, he’s been prime minister for seven years. Can’t you jerks give the guy a break already? As it turns out, no. A new poll released last week showed that most people who didn’t vote for Harper still, somehow, […]
For the last several weeks, the best thing about Sunday has been #VinDieselSunday. The Twitter hashtag is used to imagine Vin Diesel going about his day-to-day life, often making bizarre observations about what he encounters.
In a blog post today, Twitter unveiled a new bird logo that will replace all of the company’s other identifying symbols, including the lowercase “t” used on most websites. This Prince-like move to simply become a symbol is being taken very seriously.
Last night, CBC aired an interview with Conrad Black in which Peter Mansbridge and the former media mogul discussed his legal troubles, his recent return to Canada, and just how tricky phones are these days. It was, all in all, a pretty embarrassing example of journalism.