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118 Episodes of Toronto Mike'd in 2018

More episodes of Toronto Mike'd were recorded in 2018 than any previous calendar year. There were 118 numbered episodes, and 119 in total.

Thank you to all who followed along. If you've yet to dive in, cherry pick an episode from the list below and let me know what you think!

  1. Episode 298: Elliott Price
  2. Episode 299: Matt Gurney
  3. Episode 300
  4. Episode 301: Gare Joyce Kicks Out the Jams!
  5. Episode 302: Dave Hodge Kicks Out the Jams!
  6. Episode 303: Diana Swain
  7. Episode 304: Brian Gerstein Kicks Out the Jams!
  8. Episode 305: Colleen Rusholme Kicks Out the Jams!
  9. Episode 306: Keegan Matheson Kicks Out the Jams!
  10. Episode 307: Alan Cross Kicks Out the Jams!
  11. Episode 308: Shawn William Clarke Kicks Out the Jams!
  12. Episode 309: Steve Anthony Kicks Out the Jams!
  13. Episode 310: The Horseshoe Tavern
  14. Episode 311: Dan Speerin
  15. Episode 312: Troy Burtch
  16. Episode 313: Tim Langton
  17. Episode 314: Darren Dreger
  18. Episode 315: Guilty Pleasure Jams
  19. Episode 316: Gord Deppe from The Spoons
  20. Episode 317: 12:36
  21. Episode 318: Ken Daniels
  22. Episode 319: Ryan Doyle and Jay Maddog Michaels
  23. Episode 321: Al Joynes
  24. Episode 322: Tara Slone
  25. Episode 323: Richard Crouse
  26. Episode 324: Gord Stellick
  27. Episode 325: Dan Shulman
  28. Episode 326: Michael Hainsworth
  29. Episode 327: Bill Brioux
  30. Episode 328: Acid Test
  31. Episode 329: Matt Elliott
  32. Episode 330: Ralph Benmergui
  33. Episode 331: Bif Naked
  34. Episode 332: Jay Onrait
  35. Episode 333: Sean Fitz-Gerald
  36. Episode 334: Evelyn Macko
  37. Episode 335: Splash'N Boots Return
  38. Episode 336: Teri Hart
  39. Episode 337: Jason Agnew
  40. Episode 338: Stephen LeDrew
  41. Episode 339: John Scholes
  42. Episode 340: Rusty
  43. Episode 341: Dan O'Toole
  44. Episode 342: Cover Jams
  45. Episode 343: Vic Rauter Returns
  46. Episode 344: Jay Brody and Roddy Colmer
  47. Episode 345: Stephen Brunt Returns
  48. Episode 346: Wolfpack!
  49. Episode 347: Jim Slotek
  50. Episode 348: Ann Rohmer
  51. Episode 349: Sean Cullen
  52. Episode 350: Twitter's Cam Gordon
  53. Episode 351: 12:36
  54. Episode 352: Hebsy Returns
  55. Episode 353: Dart Guy
  56. Episode 354: Greg Brady Returns
  57. Episode 355: Robbie J Returns
  58. Episode 356: Sports Jams
  59. Episode 357: Adam Growe Returns
  60. Episode 358: John Donabie
  61. Episode 359: Stu Stone
  62. Episode 360: Muffy Mouse
  63. Episode 361: Bill King
  64. Episode 362: Paulie Morris
  65. Episode 363: Jodie's Jumpsuit
  66. Episode 364: The Many Deaths of Tom Thomson
  67. Episode 365: Buck-a-Beer
  68. Episode 366: TJ Connors
  69. Episode 367: Keith Hampshire
  70. Episode 368: Molly Johnson
  71. Episode 369: Cam Gordon Returns
  72. Episode 370: Jeff Woods Returns
  73. Episode 371: Elvis Returns
  74. Episode 372: Naqiyah
  75. Episode 373: Dahlia Kurtz
  76. Episode 374: Gregory Strong
  77. Episode 375: Dani Stover Returns
  78. Episode 376: #TMLX2
  79. Episode 377: Gary Cormier
  80. Episode 378: THEME-OLOGY 101
  81. Episode 379: Humble and Fred Return
  82. Episode 380: Peter Gross
  83. Episode 381: Colin James
  84. Episode 382: Marc Weisblott of 12:36
  85. Episode 383: Mike Zeisberger
  86. Episode 384: Moe Berg
  87. Episode 385: Scott Moore
  88. Episode 386: Jamar McNeil
  89. Episode 387: For Gord
  90. Episode 388: Joe Tilley
  91. Episode 389: Kevin McGran
  92. Episode 390: Dani Elwell
  93. Episode 391: Lou Schizas Returns
  94. Episode 392: Rachel Brady and Kristina Rutherford
  95. Episode 393: Hockey Fight in Canada
  96. Episode 394: Andy Kim
  97. Episode 395: Mike Richards' Announcement
  98. Episode 396: Acid Test Returns
  99. Episode 397: Kicking Out the Toronto Sports Media
  100. Episode 398: Lowest of the Low Return
  101. Episode 399: Tom Wilson
  102. Episode 400
  103. Episode 401: Mark Hebscher Returns
  104. Episode 402: Sarah Burke
  105. Episode 403: Damien Cox Returns
  106. Episode 404: Jane Stevenson
  107. Episode 405: Steven Caldwell
  108. Episode 406: Dan Dunleavy
  109. Episode 407: Diversity in Canadian Sports Media
  110. Episode 408: DJ Starting From Scratch
  111. Episode 409: Ziggy Kicks Out the Jams!
  112. Episode 410: Matt Cauz
  113. Episode 411: Dave Hodge Returns
  114. Episode 412: Christmas Crackers, Vol. 2
  115. Episode 413: Festivus with Elvis
  116. Episode 414: 12:36
  117. Episode 415: Jaymz Bee
  118. Episode 416: Maestro Kicks Out the Jams!

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10,937.78 KMs Cycled in 2018!

For the seventh consecutive year, I cycled more kilometres than I did the previous year. In 2018, I set a new personal best with 10,937.78 KMs cycled.

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Here's how it broke down monthly.

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The Ugly, the Bad, and the Good

2018 was a year of personal growth, and as it comes to a close, I'm awfully proud of where I'm at heading into 2019. I have four healthy, smart and sweet kids, a strong and healthy marriage, a personal best for KMs biked and I'm feeling great physically and psychologically.

It wasn't all wine and roses, however... here's the good, the bad, and the ugly, but to end on a positive note, it's the ugly, the bad, and the good.

The Ugly

The last thing I expected heading into 2018 is that I'd be unfairly shit on by Dean Blundell. That was ugly. I plan to leave that garbage in 2018.

With that Blundell crap came trolling, but not from Blundell supporters. It's coming from Doug Thompson and his "yellow board" friends and I'm not quite sure why. Luckily, I have industrial strength scrub brushes and am determined to persevere.

The Bad

The Molly Johnson episode was bad. Her attitude threw me off my game and I wasn't able to do my thing. At least I learned a great deal from it and am a better host today because of what happened in episode 368.

The Mike Stafford incident was unfortunate, because I thoroughly enjoyed both his visits and have always been a fan. The question I asked Lou Schizas that set Stafford off is a question I'd ask him again, so I'm not sure I could have avoided this conflict. It was pretty innocuous, and not worthy of my new "turd in a basement" moniker.

I was restructured out of a full time gig I'd had for seven years. I received a stellar review just a week before hearing the news and was literally told my job was moving to Atlanta. That made it easy to not take it personally, but it still sucked.

The Good

There was plenty of good in 2018. As mentioned, my family is healthy and well-adjusted, I'm feeling good and the aforementioned restructuring led me to begin the next chapter in my life.

I launched my own digital services company. TMDS has been my sole source of income for four months now and it's been a wonderfully rewarding experience. I'm learning so much as I build this business from scratch, and I'm incredibly optimistic about what's in store for 2019. I'm striving to continuously improve Toronto Mike'd, passionate about helping others podcast, and continuing to provide digital marketing services and content to a variety of different businesses. And most importantly, I'm responsible for my own calendar and betting on myself.

That's a quick summary of the good, bad and ugly I experienced in 2018, but I'm jazzed about what's around the corner in 2019. Happy new year to each and every one of you, and thanks for your continued support!

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Mike "Beard Guy" Taylor Dead

Mike TaylorMike "Beard Guy" Taylor was the keyboardist and vocalist for Burlington band Walk Off the Earth who shot to fame in 2012 when their cover of Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know” went viral. Taylor was the best part of that video.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 416: Maestro Kicks Out the Jams!

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 416In this 416th episode, Mike catches up with rapper/producer/actor Maestro Fresh-Wes before he kicks out the jams. This episode is exactly 1:10:13.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 415: Jaymz Bee

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 415In this 415th episode, Mike chats with musician and radio host Jaymz Bee about the Look People, Al Waxman, Ben Kerr, Mr. Dressup, Molly Johnson and JAZZ.FM91. This episode is exactly 2:02:28.

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Open Mike

Welcome to this week's Open Mike. I'm Mike and I'll be your master of ceremonies for the day.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 414: 12:36

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 414In this 414th episode, Mike chats with Marc Weisblott of 12:36 about the current state of the media in Canada. This episode is exactly 2:27:26.

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Team Canada 2019 Roster for World Junior Hockey Championship

The 2019 World Junior Championship begins tomorrow in Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia. As usual, I'll be tuning in, rooting for my country.

The lone Maple Leaf draft pick is goaltender Ian Scott who will challenge Michael DiPietro for the playoff starts. Ian Scott, not to be confused with Anthrax's Scott Ian, was the 110th overall pick in the 2017 draft.

Morgan Frost is on the team. Morgan's former Q107 host Andy Frost's son. That's pretty psychedelic, man.

Here's the complete roster.

# Player Position League Current team (NHL)
1 Mikey DiPietro G OHL Ottawa 67's (VAN)
31 Ian Scott G WHL Prince Albert Raiders (TOR)
2 Evan Bouchard D OHL London Knights (EDM)
3 Josh Brook D WHL Moose Jaw Warriors (MTL)
6 Noah Dobson D QMJHL Acadie-Bathurst Titan (NYI)
4 Jared McIsaac D QMJHL Halifax Mooseheads (DET)
5 Ian Mitchell D NCAA University of Denver (CHI)
18 Markus Phillips D OHL Owen Sound Attack (LAK)
24 Ty Smith D WHL Spokane Chiefs (NJD)
11 Jaret Anderson-Dolan F WHL Spokane Chiefs (LAK)
15 Shane Bowers F NCAA Boston University (OTT)
14 Maxime Comtois F QMJHL Drummondville Voltigeurs (ANA)
16 MacKenzie Entwistle F OHL Hamilton Bulldogs (ARI)
26 Morgan Frost F OHL Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (PHI)
8 Cody Glass F WHL Portland Winterhawks (VGK)
27 Barrett Hayton F OHL Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (ARI)
22 Alexis Lafrenière F QMJHL Rimouski Oceanic (2020)
20 Brett Leason F WHL Prince Albert Raiders
23 Jack Studnicka F OHL Oshawa Generals (BOS)
17 Nick Suzuki F OHL Owen Sound Attack (MTL)
21 Owen Tippett F OHL Mississauga Steelheads (FLA)
9 Joseph Veleno F QMJHL Drummondville Voltigeurs (DET)

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Merry Christmas!

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 413: Festivus with Elvis

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 413In this 413th episode, Mike celebrates Festivus with Elvis and they discuss a cornucopia of topics. This episode is exactly 2:31:51.

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When Dean Blundell Attacks

I was at Mamma Martino's with my oldest son for a rare man-date pizza when my brother texted me. He thought I should know that Dean Blundell had written about me on his blog and Twitter.

"Now his biggest podcast " is hilarious, as it's barely top 10 for December, but why let the facts ruin a snappy headline. Let's take a step back and discuss this podcast Dean Blundell's referring to, because if you only followed episodes here or on Twitter, you likely missed this one. That was by design.

I recorded it Thursday, didn't give it a number, didn't do any sponsor mentions, and didn't promote it at all. There was no tweet from me about it, I didn't write an entry here, I didn't Instagram it, or Facebook it or share it on LinkedIn. I just recorded the episode and added it to the Toronto Mike'd feed. That means subscribers had it pushed to them Thursday morning. I considered it a subscriber-only episode.

In this episode I'll refer to as #412.5, I simply responded to the steaming pile of bullshit Dean Blundell spewed about me on his podcast. The lies were so thick and plentiful, I felt I had to defend myself. If you're not a subscriber, and you should be, that episode is here:

I think that episode says it all. I find it bizarre that Dean Blundell is doubling down on the lies and posting our private email exchanges. I'm not sure what that's supposed to prove. I own up to everything and explain all in #412.5.

The pizza was great, by the way, and now James and I are going to watch our Leafs and Raps. I'm not the least bit interested in a cyber battle with Dean Blundell. When you mud wrestle with a pig, you both get dirty, but the pig likes it.

You might want to listen to this ep while you can, because it could disappear at any moment. I'm only acknowledging it here because there was this discussion earlier today and now Dean Blundell has decided to further twist the truth to fit his narrative.

Peace and love,
Mike

P.S. Dean Blundell admitted he doesn't know me and then wrote "Mike wants to be in radio". I haven't wanted to be in radio since I was 10 years old listening to Tom Rivers on CFTR. I have absolutely no desire to be in radio, but if I'm going to correct Dean everytime he makes something up about me and presents it as fact, this will never end. And I'd like it to end.

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It's A Wonderful Life

It's a Wonderful Life is one of those movies referenced everywhere in popular culture. It's omnipresent, and whether you've seen it or not, you feel as though you know the story.

I was 29 years old when I watched it for the first time. That Christmas Eve, with the toddler sound asleep, I decided to see what all the fuss was about. I loved it, and openly wept at the end.

It's now the only Christmas movie I make sure to watch every year. I just like it. It's a 1940s movie that never feels slow, and even know I now know it note by note, I always end up with tears streaming down my face.

Last night, after the Raptors game, I watched it with the teenagers for the first time. My daughter fell asleep about 45 minutes in, but my oldest son was hooked, watched until the end, and cried when I cried. I can't remember the last time I saw him cry. It may have been 13 years ago.

Attaboy, Clarence!

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Open Mike

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Penny Marshall, Dead at 75

Penny MarshallPenny Marshall was 75. She was the actress best known for playing Laverne in "Laverne & Shirley". She also directed several films, including "Big" and "A League of their Own".

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 412: Christmas Crackers, Vol. 2

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 412In this 412th episode, Mike and Ed Conroy present Retrontario Christmas Crackers Vol. 2 featuring Consumers Distributing, Uncle Bobby, A Very Brady Christmas and a tribute to The Voice, Mark Dailey. This episode is exactly 2:06:10.

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Tips for home renovation in Toronto

For many Canadians, home renovation is a stupid idea. However, we would say that it is not always a bad one. Debating whether every home renovations project is a good decision is something very futile. It is just as futile as debating whether real estate is a worthy investment nowadays. Of course, a big number of properties are over-priced these days. However, there are a lot of factors and variables involved. Hence, we cannot really have a single accurate answer.

In this article, we talk about a number of home renovation tips in the case for residents in Toronto.

Do not underestimate the renovation costs

This tip can be useful for houseowners all over Canada, and not just in Toronto. According to a number of surveys and search engine data, it looks like most of the house owners have a very unrealistically small budget for their house renovation project.

In Toronto, the average budget for a kitchen renovation as expected by the house owners was $14480. This was,however, lesser by $5000. The national average for kitchen renovations,on the other hand, lie in between $19000 and $21000 depending on where you live.

The renovation is an expensive task. It requires licensed plumbing, electrical work, and licensed gas experts to reinstall the kitchen components. Indeed, it is a lot of work and all this work comes for a price. Let us not leave out the components such as doors and windows that you will get repaired/replaced.

When it comes to window replacement/repair, Cambridge windows is the prime choice for most of the residents in Toronto. This is because they offer an affordable service, in a city where everything else is quite expensive.

As compared to Toronto, the replacement windows pricing in Calgary is significantly lower. This also applies to a range of other house components.

Make sure that you are not over-renovating

When renovating a house, or at least a part of the house, it is very easy to over-renovate. It is very common for people to throw all their money away on high-end finishes and expensive remodels/components.

However, the home renovation does not offer a $1 for $1 return. Rather, sometimes, it turns out that the least expensive updates are more valuable than the expensive ones.

Do your research first

It is very important to conduct thorough research on the budget, the quotes in the market, and your renovation requirements. Moreover, it is important to set up an honest budget in order to avoid unexpected or unnecessary renovation costs.

Before you have multiple quotes, do not settle or sign a contract with a contractor. It is important to know everything that a particular contractor covers. Moreover, you must discuss the potential problems (surprises are often equal to added costs) and their possible solution.

Also, know that renovation takes time. It is not possible for one to renovate the entire home within two weeks. Renovations are neither cheap and nor quick. Rather, they can take anywhere from 4 to 16 weeks depending on the amount of work that you have to get done.

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My Visit to Twitter Canada HQ

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Online Casino Canada: Discovering the Best Sites for Canadians to Join

Gambling online has been a hit and miss for many Canadians out there, mostly the latter. Here we look to provide you, with professional information, regarding the markets open to players looking for the best online casino Canada has.

This is a short guide to help you understand the laws and the rules to seek your suitable online casino Canada. Players can join and take advantage of the opportunities websites in the great wide web can offer you.

Getting the best online casino that is right for you and start out on the path to a great success

The Canadian laws surrounding gambling as fairly simple, to which, surprisingly, not many people know about. To cut a long legal detail down to size, the law states that “gambling online is legal but must be done within establishments which are not based or registered in Canada itself”. The option for online casino Canada operators thusly takes you to casinos based overseas. The majority of online sites are based in Europe and are fully licensed to protect Canadian players through their platform.

Where to begin? The easy step is to head to comparison sites, such as: https://www.casinobonusesindex.com where you can take your own pick of the available sites providing casinos for Canadians. There, you will find a list of reviews, free games and bonuses, along with helpful casino news. The casinos found in comparison sites will all be regulated and licensed establishments to help you avoid unfriendly operators.

You will find that the majority of the regulators include the UK Gambling Commission, the Curacao Gambling Board, and the Malta Gaming Authority. With governing bodies like this approving the sites open to the Canadian market, you are able to join, play and win Canadian dollars.

Beginning to pick the right online casino to join, with the ‘do’s’ and ‘do not’s’ of selecting where to gamble

For many players, the allure of a whopping casino bonus is enough to convince them that a casino is the right choice for them. Now, the ‘bonus’ of a huge free $500 offer is undoubtedly good, but there is more to this when picking a place to play.

Tip 1: Checking payment options. All online casinos will cover a wide range of banking services, but it is best to check first that you can deposit and withdraw at the casino with matching methods.

Tip 2: See what games are provided. If you like a mix, then find a casino which offers everything from sports betting to live casino tables. If you like specific games then don’t just settle for machine based games; if you love blackjack then why opt for machines when you can have live tables and tournaments from the choice of sites out there.

Tip 3: If you want bonuses, then look at the promotions page of a site first: do they provide the rewards you need like daily offers, V.I.P bonuses and no deposit deals? There is more on offer inside than what you’ll get from a welcome bonus.

Enjoy the Canadian online casino you pick and be the first Canadian online casino millionaire

There are many options out there which provide great games and opportunities to play them for free. Take your time looking and pick the games - play wisely. Many games in favour of the house but table games such as blackjack, roulette, poker, craps and baccarat offer players a much better chance of winning regularly. Enjoy and best of luck wherever you play!

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Keeping Up With the Cool Kids

Every generation despairs of the one that follows. They do not like the same kind of clothes, their political views are polar opposites or non-existent, and even their music tastes are unusual, with beats from the 80s and 90s getting so much air time that a time-traveller from the early nineties might be forgiven for thinking that something has gone wrong with their time machine! There is often a moment when you realise that you are no longer relevant to today's youth, and most of us are happy to accept this. But if your career relies on you staying up-to-date with the latest innovations and trends, it can be a minefield: working out what is big right now, without being 'cringe'.

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Don’t be Embarrasing

Trying too hard to fit in is a sure-fire way to lose the engagement that you are trying so hard to achieve. Accept that you are not the same age as the people that you are engaging with, and play to your own strengths, rather than trying to pretend to be something that you are not. Young people today tend to be more tolerant and open to interacting with people from different groups than other generations – who were raised to fit into fairly insular cliques from their first interactions at junior school: sporty kids were 'jocks', pretty girls were 'cheerleaders', clever children were the 'nerds' and everyone else found a place to belong and clung there, never daring to set foot outside of the accepted mores of the group – and will happily explore different activities and ideas, even if they do not have any real interest in it. For example, someone who excels at chess and has a slender physique, might very happily discuss a rugby game, accepting that he or she is neither built for the game, nor has any interest in playing – but this will in no way inhibit their interest in the game, nor their enjoyment of watching it and supporting their friends' endeavours.

Therefore, speak genuinely of the things that interest you, and make sure that you do not speak down to people, no matter whether they are in high school, college or university: no one likes to be patronised. Your passion will make the topic interesting, and people cannot help but respond to enthusiasm, even about things that are not really relevant to their lives.

How to be Relevant in 2019

The best way to stay in touch with modern life is to be connected on several platforms. It is impossible to keep up with everything that is going on in the world, or even in your own town: there is a constant data-stream flowing all over the globe all the time and one person simply cannot keep up with all of it. Instead, curate your news from four or five reputable sources, preferably those that send a daily summary from which you can pick and choose the ones to look into more closely.

Also set up social media accounts, picking a couple from each of those aimed at keeping and making connections, such as Facebook, Twitter, even LinkedIn for the more business minded, and those that are more light-hearted and just for fun: Instagram, Snapchat, and YouTube. Facebook is great for staying in touch with a lot of people simultaneously, setting up and promoting events, Twitter thrives on lively discussion and debate, while LinkedIn will keep you up-to-date with the doings of your chosen industry as well as being a great place to look for contacts, suppliers and even a new job. Instagram is primarily a picture sharing site, with users uploading images, often with short, catchy tags on them. Instagram can be problematic as it encourages the use of filters and photo-editing software which allows users to make their lives seem perfect. This in turn can engender feelings of being left behind or not being 'good enough' in those users who cannot see behind the deception to the, much more realistic, truth. But it does have its good features too: it is quick and easy to share good news and beautiful images, and 'influencers' (users with many followers who can make or break a café or event with just one positive or negative review) can be a force for change when they are so inclined. Snapchat's main boast is that images shared on the platform are not saved, being deleted within – for example – half an hour after being viewed by the person it was shared with. This means that embarrassing moments do not linger on multiple devices, causing humiliation for longer than a few hours – reassuring to those who sometimes behave foolishly! Snapchat is designed to be fun and fast, with a whole range of meaning imbued into emojis and textspeak that can seem like gibberish to the unenlightened. YouTube is, of course, the premier video sharing site, but it is also something of a community platform with much more capability than simply sharing a video and monitoring the comments thereon.

It is a relatively simple matter to engage with today's youth: all it takes is a good social presence, online or in real life, and an open mind ready to discuss the perspectives of others.

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Open Mike

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 411: Dave Hodge Returns

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 411In this 411th episode, Mike chats with legendary broadcaster Dave Hodge about his return to Hockey Night in Canada before he unveils his 100 favourite songs of 2018. This episode is exactly 2:10:04.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 410: Matt Cauz

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 410In this 410th episode, Mike chats with broadcaster Matt Cauz about wine, his years on TSN 1050 radio, his relationship with Macko, podcasting and more. This episode is exactly 1:47:14.

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Canvas, Collages and Photo Tiles: Pictures That Work Wonders on Wall Decoration

There are innumerable ways of decorating a wall, but pictures often seem to be the best choice for wall decoration simply because there are many themes that you can set. A large empty wall may look a lot scary, but pictures can give the required boost to it. It is also a cost-effective option compared to metal frames or bonsai. Hence, there is always an urge among people to get the best pictures that can adorn a wall and help in changing the aesthetics of a room.

However, while selecting a picture, you should be a bit careful. First, you need to understand the space requirement and color contrasts that will work best for a background. These are initial considerations you have to make for giving the wall a flawless and temperate look. Some other criteria also include placement, alignment, and the perfect symmetrical positioning. If you’ll keep all these things in mind, your wall décor can look attractive and may create a sense of belonging to the whole environment. You can also take help from www.wallpics.com if you want. This website provides extremely quality photo tiles. Wallpics are stick-on pictures that are very easy to mount and take off the wall. You can use Wallpics in any room (even in the bathroom) as the material they are made from is very durable. The coolest thing about Wallpics is that they can be reused if you need to change the arrangement of tiles. Apart from this, Wallpics website provides some wall décor ideas that you can choose for creating the desired décor at your house.

Paint on a Canvas

People always want to have canvas paintings in their homes, and it doesn't go out of fashion. This form of art stays relevant through the ages, and there is still a likeness for it. Canvas painting is different from any other kind of picture because it needs clarity and thinking. You can get many types of original canvas paintings online as well as offline at numerous art galleries. You can place the paintings on a wall to give an awesome feeling to the home or office.

Paintings on the Plates

Plate painting is a primitive art form, but it is still in fashion today. You can use plate painting for one of your living room walls as it can provide a fresh feel to it. You can find plate paintings at antique shops or collect them over some period of time. Use sleek hangers which hold the back of the plates so that they stay completely invisible. You can hang them on a wall, but before doing so, try to arrange the pattern on the ground and try some different arrangement options.

Create Your Art

Since we are talking about pictures which are on a wall, you can also make your own art to add some spark to an interior. By placing some creative image painted by yourself, you can get a more intimate and personal feel and stay connected to the place. Thus, the wall décor will represent your vision and style. There is nothing to worry about if you are not good at drawing. Just make some doodles or patterns on a piece of paper and get them up on the wall. This way, you will be able to replace or remove your art whenever you need.

Be Crafty

If you want to contribute to the creation of a unique decor, it is not essential to paint and display the result. There are many other crafty ways for it. You can take a piece of wallpaper, add some DIY stuff on it like tapes or paper cutouts and frame it up. It will look beautiful and provide a designer feel to a place. You can place this type of innovative piece on a wall for a perfect decoration. Moreover, it can be used either at home or an office.

Make a Fake Headboard

It is a very innovative idea of wall decoration. In some bedrooms,sometimes there is no place for a headboard. Even if there is, headboards are usually costly items and purchasing one may not be the best option. It is not only a question of comfort. Still, the style and the effect that headboard recreates is really essential. Therefore, you can make that effect by using other means. For example, you can paint a headboard silhouette on the wall. It will look glamorous and stylish.

Create a Family Collage

You can always use framed pictures in your wall décor. wall photo tiles app online Get individual family photos of each member and mount them. Hang the pictures in an orderly fashion so that the gallery looks good and is in sync with the area. You can also use this idea in your office or the dining space so that it can look cozy and inviting. Any guest or visitor will quickly identify all the members of your family, and it will always be a taking point for people assembling there.

Mixed Patterns

Patterns usually create focal points in a room. Basically, you can make accent pieces from them but mixing is also possible, and you can use it as much as you like in wall decor. Though patterns may look different, the overall feel will be enhanced by them. Mixed patterns interact beautifully to make a room look charming.

Religious Pictures

If you are into religion and like to depict some of the best quotes, sacred symbols or pictures, you can place them as wall art. A small exhibit will work well if the dimension of the wall is proportionate. Wall Pics photo tiles shop You can also try to put the images with some religious messages or sacred hymns in the frames. Make them into a horizontal line with some bold background so that everything remains attractive to a viewer.

Simple Patterns

If everything fails to convince you, you can try to arrange some little pictures in the patterns like polka dots, stripes, hexagons, etc. While making this type of view, try to ensure a contrasting background and make every picture a part of the pattern.

All these types of pictures will work miracles for a wall if placed correctly. It would be best if you also paid attention to the light that falls on them because it will affect the visibility. Even if you place a beautiful painting, if there is no light falling on a wall, all your efforts may go in vain. Therefore, along with the proper picture, the light effects must be considered so that a wall decoration stays attractive at all times.

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Information You Need to Provide Your DUI Lawyer

When you find yourself arrested on an impaired driving charge, you need to reach out to a DUI lawyer as soon as possible. In the Toronto area, you can contact North York DUI lawyers at Mass Tsang for advice and legal aid. When you do so, you need to make sure that you provide useful, accurate information to the lawyer. Here is an example of some information that you should offer to your DUI lawyer as soon as you can.

Information about the Traffic Stop

Burlington DUI lawyersoften ask for information about the traffic stop that led to your DUI charge. This allows them to know about the arresting officer’s attitude and behavior toward you as well as any potential procedural issues that might have some bearing on your case. The most common way in which DUI cases get dismissed is due to a procedural error during or shortly after the arrest. While you can’t assume that this will happen, it helps to take any potential lead you possibly can. The more information you can provide to your lawyer, the better your chance of turning a difficult situation into something that you can manage and take control of.

Information about Your Drinking Before the Stop

How much did you drink prior to getting pulled over for DUI? While it’s impossible to tell whether a person was intoxicated based only on a report of how much they had to drink, this information can be helpful when determining consistency of stories. If, for example, the police breathalyzer test showed you as significantly over the legal limit but you insist that you only had two drinks before getting behind the wheel of your car, then your lawyer knows to look into this apparent conflict of information. When discussing the matter with your lawyer, you should make sure to state how much you drank, how long it took you to finish the drinks, and how long you waited before you started driving.

Prior Criminal Record, if Applicable

Finally, your criminal history, especially when it comes to DUIs, is extremely relevant to your case. The difference between a firs time offence and a third time offence is a period of multiple years without your driver’s licence and months in prison. If you are communicating with a new lawyer in your area for the first time, you need to make extra sure that you state your criminal record, if any, and whether you have previous impaired driving charges on your record. You might feel hesitant to explain your full history if you have previous run-ins with the law, but being honest and up front with your lawyer can make a huge difference in your approach to the case.

When you hire a North York or Burlington DUI lawyer, you need to provide as much relevant information as possible. If you come to your meeting with your lawyer armed with the details mentioned above, you will make the process that much smoother and increase your chances of success in court.

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Happy Birthday, Cheryl!

Happy Birthday, Cheryl!The first comment left on this blog by Cheryl was "I want to say I am happy. I live in Toronto, but am a Habs fan. That's just the way it is. I love my Habs and I also like the Phoenix Coyotes. I hate the Leafs." That was November 1, 2009, and little has changed.

Cheryl still lives in Toronto, is still a Habs fan, still hates the Leafs, and I hope she's having a happy birthday today.

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For the visually impaired, the image above is a birthday message for Cheryl from her teams:

  • Phoenix Coyotes
  • Baltimore Ravens
  • Brooklyn Nets
  • Cleveland Browns
  • Baltimore Orioles
  • Cleveland Cavaliers
  • Arizona Cardinals
  • Montreal Canadiens
  • Phoenix Suns
  • Arizona Diamondbacks
  • Cleveland's baseball team

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 409: Ziggy Kicks Out the Jams!

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 409In this 409th episode, Mike catches up with Ziggy Lorenc and Joel Goldberg before they play and discuss Ziggy's 10 favourite songs of all-time. This episode is exactly 2:18:31.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 408: DJ Starting From Scratch

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 408In this 408th episode, Mike chats with DJ Starting From Scratch about his tours with Russell Peters and Usher, his time at Flow and Virgin Radio, and what inspired him to become a DJ. This episode is exactly 1:31:19.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 407: Diversity in Canadian Sports Media

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 407In this 407th episode, Mike chats with Sherali Najak, senior producer at Hockey Night in Canada, Sophia Jurksztowicz, co-host of the Jack and Soph podcast, and Scott Moore, former President of Sportsnet and NHL properties for Rogers Communications about diversity in Canadian sports media. This episode is exactly 1:04:35.

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Pete Shelley, Dead at 63

Pete ShelleyPete Shelley was 63. He was the lead singer of influential 70s punk rock band Buzzcocks, best known for Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've). He also had a solo hit in 1981 with Homosapien.

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Open Mike

Welcome to this week's Open Mike. I'm Mike and I'll be your master of ceremonies for the day.

Feel free to use this space to vent, rant, share a story and/or ask a question of the hivemind.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 406: Dan Dunleavy

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 406In this 406th episode, Mike chats with Buffalo Sabres play by play announcer Dan Dunleavy about his years on The Fan and calling pxp for every sport you can imagine. This episode is exactly 2:00:19.

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Toronto Radio Ratings

Numeris has shared the Fall 2018 PPM Ratings for radio, but not with me. Sure, they share the overall A12+ with everyone, but that's pretty useless because radio stations target specific demographics and are judged by their success (or failure) in that demo.

Slightly more useful are the numbers below shared by David Bray, President, Bray & Partners Communications. I found them via Broadcast Dialogue. Here are the results for Toronto based on detail Numeris collected August 27 through November 25. The numbers are "% Share of Hours Tuned".

Station A12+PPM

Aug. 27-Nov. 25

A12+PPM

May 28-Aug. 26

W25-54PPM

Aug. 27-Nov. 25

W25-54PPM

May 28-Aug. 26

M25-54PPM

Aug. 27-Nov. 25

M25-54PPM

May 28-Aug. 26

CBC Radio Two 1.8 2.2 1.5 1.4 1.8 2.3
CBC Radio One 11.8 10.0 11.8 8.6 9.1 7.0
AM 640 Toronto 2.2 2.0 1.3 .8 2.7 2.5
Classical 96.3 FM 5.8 6.4 1.5 1.8 3.1 3.1
102.1 The Edge 1.9 2.4 3.1 4.1 2.9 4.7
News Talk 1010 6.1 6.1 2.0 3.0 1.8 2.7
680 News 6.2 7.0 4.0 5.8 6.8 7.4
 93.5 The Move 1.1 1.0 1.7 1.9 1.3 1.1
AM 740/96.7 FM  4.0 3.4 1.5 .4 .7 .8
Boom 97.3 10.2 11.1 11.2 12.6 12.4 11.7
98.1 CHFI-FM 11,0 11.1 15.3 12.7 10.7 9.5
TSN 1050 .5 .5 .4 .2 1.4 1.4
104.5 CHUM-F5.8M 6.8 6.5 14.1 14.4 6.3 6.5
Z103 2.1 1.7 2.5 2.1 4.3 3.4
Q107 5.2 5.5 2.4 2.9 7.0 7.5
Sportsnet 590The FAN 1.7 1.7 .3 .4 3.7 4.1
Jazz FM 91 1.8 2.1 1.0 1.8 .6 .6
Jewel 88.5 2.0 1.4 .5 .5 .5 .9
Virgin Radio 99.9 5.2 6.3 7.2 9.3 6.6 8.4
KISS 92.5 3.1 3.0 4.9 4.8 3.7 2.9
G98.7 1.2 1.2 1.5 1.5 .4 .3
Indie 88.1 1.6 1.2 2.7 1.8 3.7 2.4

Again, radio stations target specific demos and base their ad rates on how they fare with that demo. Still, we can make several reasonable assertions.

  • 98.1 CHFI-FM appears to be the leader amongst women. 15.3 is a massive number.
  • Boom 97.3 appears to be the leader amongst men. Funnily enough, CHFI is #2. Methinks they're having a ratings party at both Boom and CHFI this Friday.
  • CBC Radio One is the most listened to station overall. I know that's true in my home. Not that this means CBC Radio One can increase their ad rates, because there are no ads on CBC Radio One.
  • That gap between 102.1 The Edge and Indie88 is now razor thin. In fact, Indie88 beat 102.1 amongst men 25-54. I don't remember The Edge ever getting under a 2 share overall. Jewel 88.5 did better than that.
  • Sports radio fans won't be surprised to see 590 soundly beating 1050. In M25-54, it's 590 3.7, 1050 1.4.
  • Notable dips: 1010 slipped with both men and women 25-54 and seems to have been caught by 640, Q107 continues its slide, VIrgin 99.9 suffered significant losses (which may help explain changes there), 680 News is down, and as mentioned, The Edge continues to lose listeners.
  • Notable bumps: KISS 92.5 had a nice bump with the fellas, CBC Radio One, Boom, CHFI, and Indie, as mentioned, and Z103 had a nice book as well.

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Toronto Mike'd Critically Reviewed by Media Students: Part Two

Last month, I made the trek to Oshawa to speak with media students at Durham College. This class was given an assignment to critically review an episode of Toronto Mike'd. They were allowed to choose any episode they pleased.

I was given the opportunity to read these critiques, which I found fascinating. There was much praise, but I naturally focused on the negative. In a tweet storm yesterday afternoon, I shared some of what I read. That was part one. Today I received the rest of the assignments, so I present to you part two.















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Toronto Mike'd Critically Reviewed by Media Students: Part One

Last month, I made the trek to Oshawa to speak with media students at Durham College. This class was given an assignment to critically review an episode of Toronto Mike'd. They were allowed to choose any episode they pleased.

I was given the opportunity to read these critiques, which I found fascinating. There was much praise, but I naturally focused on the negative. In a tweet storm yesterday afternoon, I shared some of what I read. Here are those tweets.















In a future entry, I'll share the three aspects of podcasting I struggle with most. Some of these conundrums were reiterated in these students' papers.

400+ episodes in, I still have much to learn.

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Dynamite Kid, Dead at 60

Dynamite KidTommy "Dynamite Kid" Billington was 60. With his cousin Davey Boy Smith, he is best known for being one half of the tag team The British Bulldogs who won the WWF World Tag Team Championship.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 405: Steven Caldwell

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 405In this 405th episode, Mike chats with former TFC captain Steven Caldwell about Scottish bands, playing professional soccer in England, playing for TFC, working at TSN and much, much more. This episode is exactly 1:53:47.

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Raps Lead NBA by 4 Games

As of this exact moment in time, our Toronto Raptors lead the NBA by 4 whole games. With 8 wins in a row, they're a perfectly symmetrical 10-2 at home and 10-2 on the road.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 404: Jane Stevenson

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 404In this 404th episode, Mike chats with The Toronto Sun's Jane Stevenson about the best, worst and weirdest concerts she's ever seen and her most memorable interviews with rock stars. This episode is exactly 2:17:52.

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George H. W. Bush, Dead at 94

George H. W. BushGeorge H. W. Bush was 94. He was the 41st President of the United States from 1989 to 1993. Prior to that, he was Vice President to Ronald Reagan, a Congressman, Ambassador and Director of Central Intelligence.

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