On the whole, I rather like Ezra Levant and Mark Stein, and feel bad about awarding them the “Asshole of the Day” award!
Oh, I know they are far to the right of the political spectrum, (and I have as much trouble with that as I do with those morons from the far left) but, they have started doing something that I don’t agree with …………….., and brings them down in my opinion.

The problem is with global warming, folks.
2-Ply-Toilet-Paper-Annual-AwardSince the scientific community has proclaimed that there is a 95% chance “Global warming” is caused by humans, they don’t say too much about that anymore, because it would make them look like idiots!
INSTEAD, they have started personal attacks on the people that are championing the environment.
This, ladies and gentlemen, is both cowardly and mean spirited, and I would have thought that something like this was beneath them.
But apparently it’s not!
Now we get down to our “Losers of the Day!”
The Indians!
A UN indigenous rights investigator said Canada faces a “crisis” when it comes to the situation of the country’s aboriginal peoples.

James Anaya, the UN’s special rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples, said Tuesday that one in five aboriginal Canadians lives in a home in need of serious repairs, and the suicide rate among youth on reserves is “alarming” at a rate five times greater than that of all Canadians.
“Canada consistently ranks among the top of countries in respect to human development standards, and yet amidst this wealth and prosperity, aboriginal people live in conditions akin to those in countries that rank much lower and in which poverty abounds,” he said.
imagesCA4SIQB8He added that federal and provincial governments have made notable effort to address treaty and aboriginal land claims, and to improve the economic and social well-being of indigenous people. “Despite positive steps, the daunting challenge remains,” he said. “From all I’ve learned, I can only conclude that Canada faces a crisis when it comes to the situation of indigenous peoples.”
Well folks, let me tell ya something………………………….., we here at the Perspective Research Department have a quick fix for all the aboriginal problems here in Canada.

Let’s face it kids, you can’t have a group of three or four hundred people living on the shore of Hudson Bay, and expect them to all have jobs and social services.
I ain’t gonna happen folks!
Get them to do what the Newfoundlanders did when there weren’t enough jobs on the “rock,” and people in Ontario are doing now.
Pack up and move!
Read more: http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/canada-faces-a-crisis-on-aboriginal-reserves-un-investigator-1.1497612#ixzz2htuDuFCw

imagesCA3A0MR3A 16-year-old girl who survived an assassination attempt in Pakistan is expected to receive a rare Canadian honour on Wednesday. Malala Yousafzai will become only the sixth person to receive honourary Canadian citizenship, joining the elite company of Nelson Mandela and the Dalai Lama.
Recently nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, Yousafzai will now join a short list of exceptional world leaders to be handed the key to Canada – a list that includes three Nobel Peace Prize winners.

untitledI really hate to say it folks, especially since your long suffering reporter is supposed to be up on this stuff…………, but this headline has got me totally stumped!
I have absolutely no idea who……………., or what, it’s about!
You may feel downright criminal the next time you eat an Oreo, and you have a Connecticut College student to thank for that. Neuroscience major Jamie Honohan came up with the idea for a study, which dug into the effects of high-fat and high-sugar foods on the brain. The conclusions: The brain goes wilder for Oreos than for drugs, and the two are equally addictive—at least when it comes to rats. The findings were born out of two tests, as explained by Connecticut College News:
  • 2135_1381937467In the first, rats were deposited in one of two areas in a maze. On one side they were given a control (rice cakes or saline); on the other, the test subject (Oreos or cocaine or morphine). They were then allowed to scurry to whatever side of the maze they wanted, and the students found that the rats who had been fed Oreos spent as much time on the Oreo side as the rats who had been injected with the drugs spent on the drug side, indicating that the link they made between the “pleasurable effects” of Oreos/drugs and that specific environment was equally strong
Read more: http://www.wmyf.com/articles/weird-news-104673/oreos-are-as-addictive-as-cocaine-11743374/#ixzz2hu6qwmiQ
(We decided to check this out kids, and the only problem with our study was that the members of the Perspective Research Department had a tough time snorting the Oreos!)

Gee folks, is this what I have to look forward to as I get older?
untitledA new report says one in eight Canadians aged 65 and older suffer from incontinence.
(No shit! Pun intended!)
The report says the embarrassing and limiting condition can have a negative impact on quality of life for people who suffer from it.
(No shit! Pun intended!)
Remember that meteor that exploded over Russia?
Divers raised a coffee-table-size chunk of the Chelyabinsk meteorite from its muddy home at the bottom of Russia’s Lake Chebarkul on Wednesday (Oct. 16).
The massive boulder is the largest fragment recovered so far from the Feb. 15 Russian meteor explosion over the city of Chelyabinsk that injured more than 1,000 people.
There have been many interesting restaurant trends over the years — cowboy cuisine, flower salads, things cooked on spits — and there’ve been a few restaurant Trends that are so outlandish or unusual that Trends merits a capital T.
Think eating in total darkness or nibbling cookies while visiting with a clutch of in-house kittens.
But in New York, the Magic Restroom Cafe, the latest addition to the City of Industry dining scene, may just eclipse them all for sheer what-in-the-world-ery?! and oh-wow-ness. The cheeky — take that word how you will — eatery is indeed modeled on a restroom, complete with toilet seats, showerheads, tile details, and wall-lining urinals.
And those seats? Yeah, they’re decorative only. As are the smaller toilet bowls that hold entrees.
Jonathan Gold reports that chef YoYo Li was inspired by the successful restroom-themed restaurants of Taiwan.
(NOTE: Your understanding writer will not dignify this article with any smart-assed comments!)