This recording in an excerpt from the 4th annual Live Magnetic Air concert, from the 9th floor of the Loeb Building at Carleton University on April 3rd, 1998
What you are about to see is real.
In May, 2012 m’lady and I were astounded to be the sole witnesses to an epic giraffe fight at a deserted watering hole in Etosha National Park in Namibia. Unfortunately we only filmed the final minute of the battle, but it is still quite amazing to watch.
This is me taking the inaugural run down the first (and smallest) hill of the afternoon. The best part is when the guy filming says “poof” by chance at the very moment that I wipe out. And if you look really closely, I come out of my tumbling somersault on my feet like a gymnast landing a routine…
This is a recording of the 5th annual Live Magnetic Air concert, which occurred on April 9th, 1999
High-speed seizure-inducing dashcam video of a harrowing hairpin-turn drive I took through the Julian Alps in October 2016.
Come with me as I skate along the most fun of all UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the world’s largest skating rink, ladies and gentleman I give you: The Rideau Canal!
Back in the mid-’90’s I was part of a really interesting Ottawa freakrock band called Bob Loblaw. In 1996 we rented some recording equipment, set it up in the living room, and spent an intense week creating our only album – Monkey Do – which we released on cassette. For the record, Arrested Development didn’t start airing until 2003.
This pending hit song is a tribute to Pumpkin, a rough-and-tumble tabby who died of feline AIDS long ago, and is performed by puppets.
A fun montage of the first time Phish played in Mexico, which was coincidentally also the first time I played in Mexico. Phish played a gig, I played in The Ocean.