How Advertisers Target People with Gender Stereotypes

This week Andrew got a new sweater and I got a new pair of pants. His sweater had a decorative pocket on the arm, and it was real. It was fucking real. Want to know what I was blessed with in my new pants? Back pockets, not front ones, no no; those are for decoration. They … Continue reading How Advertisers Target People with Gender Stereotypes


Complaining, Mostly

I have been trying to make my last few posts more professional for you guys. Show you how long I can go without complaining or mentioning my cats. But this week this will not do.    It's been a week since I've been to school thanks to the Ontario College Strike. We are pissed off. I'm … Continue reading Complaining, Mostly

An Introductory Article

My witty friend was forced to start a blog and I think this is going to be the start of something beautiful.

My Contractually Obligated "Blog"

Hello world! Today’s the day I finally decided (or was strongly suggested) to start a “blog”. For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Matthew Goudie. Student of advertising, spaghetti enthusiast, Mario Kart champion, and witty meat sack extraordinaire. Either you’re a close friend critiquing my work or you’re a web traveler encountering me by happenstance. Whatever your title, we’re about to take a journey of me. And rather than telling you all about my unique quirky interests, I’m instead going to spice things up and list off all my deep seated insecurities in the form of character flaws.

1) I never consider how any of my decisions will impact my future.

This has definitely come back to haunt me on more than one occasion. It’s a real wonder how I happened to have made it this far. I’m sure the government funding helped. But anyways, the point is: the…

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