- The Frivolous Engineering CompanyFounder/CEO, 2011 - present
Telecommunications Electronics Technician by training. Interested in technology, art and freaking people out. Mad scientist. Useless Inventor. Owns an industrial laser.
Created: The Most Useless Machine EVER!
CEO of The Frivolous Engineering Company: Manufacturer of Ultimate Useless Machines
- School of Hard KnocksDept. of Thick Skulls, present
- Saskatchewan PolytechnicTelecommunications Tech, 1985 - 1988Radio/Satellite Specialty
Another Frivolous Engineering Million View YouTube Video! –...
Deep from the Frivolous Engineering YouTube Video Vault is "The Impossible Dime Trick". We uploaded this waaaaaay back in November, 2008 and
David Suzuki: Meet flupyradifurone, the new F-word
This new F-word is bad news for bees.
Howard Leventhal pleads guilty to posing as Canadian deputy health minis...
The FBI says an Illinois man accused of impersonating a Canadian deputy health minister as part of a fraud scheme has pleaded guilty to wire
Mom's exercise during pregnancy gives baby’s brain a boost - Health - CB...
Babies born to women who exercised during pregnancy have enhanced brain development compared with babies born to moms who didn’t exercise wh
Regina restaurant creates Rob Ford-themed burger with cracked pepper
A Regina restaurant has turned Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s woes into the special of the day.
Supernova spotted by 10-year-old N.S. boy - Nova Scotia - CBC News
A ten-year-old boy in Nova Scotia has become the youngest person to discover a supernova, just two years after his sister found one when she
Foam finger inventor angered over Miley Cyrus performance - Your Community
Miley Cyrus perform at the MTV Video Music Awards. (Scott Gries/Invision/AP) Creator of the iconic foam "No. 1 hand" Steve Chmlear won't be
Video: Watch the Yukon toe swallower in action - North - CBC News
A video has surfaced of a man swallowing the human toe that comes in a shot of whiskey in a Dawson City hotel bar.
Ottawa hires tech expert to scare away geese at park - Ottawa - CBC News
An out-of-work Ottawa tech expert hopes his new invention can solve the problem of geese droppings in city parks and beaches.
007, North of 60: Canadian Forces test stealth snowmobile for covert Arc...
The Canadian military has been secretly test-driving a $620,000 stealth snowmobile in its quest to quietly whisk troops on clandestine opera
Man tweets ‘need a spliff,’ York Regional Police asks to tag along | Tor...
King City resident reportedly fired after his tweet for weed was retweeted by York Regional Police and went viral.
Scientists to study rare, blood-shooting lizard in Saskatchewan - Saskat...
Next time you're walking through Saskatchewan's Grasslands you may be fortunate enough to stumble upon the Canadian version of the iguana al