The Ottawa Cyber Security group are offering a Fireside chat with folks from the University of Guelph, Canadian Tire, calian and ISA Cybersecurity.
The event is on Tuesday, July 14th at 16:30 EDT.
Oh and did I mention free.
Is the topic tire security?
Grandpa Rob @rslade decreed, " No more Tim Hortons for you!"
Oh, no! now where will I get my poutine? Folks down here in the South not only do not serve it, they are unaware of its very existence!
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> Oh, no! now
> where will I get my poutine? Folks down here in the South not only do not serve
> it, they are unaware of its very existence!
Hmmm. Actually, semi-serious cultural/demographic query here: up here we can
get poutine at any fast-food place, including McDonalds, Burger King, and Dairy
Queen. Not so down there?
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@rslade Grandpa Rob asked, "Hmmm. Actually, semi-serious cultural/demographic query here: up here we can get poutine at any fast-food place, including McDonalds, Burger King, and Dairy Queen. Not so down there?"
In the vast majority of USA, no one has ever heard of poutine; it is just not a thing. Apparently, in the states that border Canada, some folks know of it, but I don't think it is widely sold. All of my experience has been in the southern half of the country. I have never been in any food place that sells it.
I have been in only two Tim Horton's back before they pulled back a lot of places, one in Connecticut and one in Ohio. I do not recall seeing pouting on the menu even there.
Unfortunately I can't attend but will be there in spirit.
I'm in a work meeting at that time.
Stay safe and healthy everyone!
>Is the topic tire security?
Nope but not a bad thought. Not a lot of people understand their tires 😉
Round, black, rubbery things with a hole in the middle, available in summer and winter varieties.