Pirate Stereotypes: An Investigative Report
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I am one It’s pretty self explanatory, if you ask me. I’m an arts major. You or your company, for whatever reason, refuse(s) to hire arts majors. Maybe you’re upfront about it, or maybe you’re more subtle, requiring “technical” expertise for roles that don’t really need it. Maybe you’ve just had an unbelievably coincidental string […]
PARLIAMENT HILL In a press release last week, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stated that weeds are now legal across Canada. “As promised, all weeds are now legal, including dandelions, crabgrass, and white clovers,” Trudeau announced to the press outside the House of Commons. “Canada’s gardeners need no longer live in fear of local law enforcement.” […]
During a particularly dry spell in the creative wells that usually generate content for this newspaper, members of the Toike staff have begun instituting the practice of snatching up students out of the corridors and forcing them to write articles in order to make up for the shortfall. When asked about the ethics of using […]
The Man it Belongs to Claims to be “Filled with Joy”