Yup, that’s right!
It’s about time we made Ted our asshole of the day again!
asshole trophyNo particular reason folks.
Not his rabid right wing fantasies.
Not his insane support of the NRA!

Not his belief in hunting with a bow and arrow …………………….., or a machine gun!
Not for his crude comments against President Barack Obama.
Not for his his dislike of animal rights activists.

imagesNot for his disdain of the left wing in general.
Put them all together, stir wildly, and PRESTO, YA GOT ONE PERFECT ASSHOLE!
Customs officials and the RCMP say they have seized a stash of smuggled diamonds at Toronto’s Pearson airport, leading to smuggling charges against a woman who had flown in from Trinidad and Tobago.

The RCMP said today a foreign national, 66-year-old Helena Freida Bodner, faces charges including smuggling and making false statements after she was stopped upon her arrival at Pearson on Feb. 3 and was found to be carrying 10,202 individual stones, which were concealed inside her body.
The RCMP says they are worth about $398,000.
(The Mounties also said something about trying to smuggle in 1500 carrots ……………………………., but so far we don’t have a clue what the hell she wanted them for!)
Seems ABC News received advance warning of Jimmy Kimmel’s prank about a wolf supposedly prowling the athletes’ village in Sochi but didn’t steer other news organizations away from it, the network said Friday.
OLYCD101-1116_2013_205244_highMeanwhile, one media ethicist questioned whether a company that includes a major news organization should broadcast a joke that implied security problems at an Olympic Games where concerns about safety have been, and continue to be, a major issue!

Oh for God’s sake kids, this guy should give it a rest.
(We thought it was funny, and so did you and everybody else ……………….., except that one jerk!)
See folks, I told ya that real life isn’t the same as the movies!
Camila Alves says: Husband Matthew McConaughey Isn’t as Romantic as His Movie Characters!
(The 32-year-old Brazilian model and mother of their three children was sitting in the audience during McConaughey’s interview on “Inside the Actor’s Studio.”_
After discussing the 44-year-old actor’s many rom-com roles, host James Lipton asked Alves how she met her husband.

“We met at a bar on Sunset Boulevard,” she replied with a laugh.
“Was it love at first sight?” Lipton asked.
“Um . . .” Alves said smiling.
“It was for me!” the Dallas Buyers Club star interjected. “It wasn’t for you.”
Looking surprised, Alves replied, “That’s the first time you’ve said that.”

(McConaughey and Alves met in 2006, and married in June 2012. They are parents to sons Levi, 5, Livingston, 13 months, and daughter Vida, 4.)
Joking that her answer would go “no further than this room,” Lipton then asked Alves to share what her husband is really like offscreen compared to McConaughey’s earlier film roles in rom-coms like 2001′s The Wedding Planner.
images5C0LH7F0Alves immediately let out a telling laugh, and McConaughey told his wife, “You can say.”
“It’s very funny because people see him onscreen or out there in public in a certain way, and they have this vision of him being this romantic and so passionate. Just very romantic and grabs you and kisses you,” she explained. “And sometimes I’m like, ‘Who is this guy? Can you be a little bit of that?’ Sometimes I’m like, ‘Can we bring that guy home for a little bit?” she joked, pointing to a movie screen.
untitled“True?” Lipton asked McConaughey of his wife’s response.
“Absolutely!” he said.


The CBC, those darlings of the left, have once again plugged public transit and bicycling, or walking instead of cars and freeways.
li-620-gardiner-cp822316In an article about what other cities have done with roads like the Gardiner expressway, they gave all sorts of examples of how the highways were torn up and replaced with boulevards and green space but not once did they mention other options.

As Toronto ponders the future of the Gardiner Expressway, attention turns to other cities that have already made the decision to destroy the downtown highways. Before tearing down the San Francisco Embarcadero Freeway, damaged by an earthquake in 1989, traffic nightmares were widely predicted. But as it turned out, improvements to surface streets, transit and the walking environment helped soak up a good share of the former highway traffic.
imagesUCVT09H7But that is not meaningful, said Bill Holloway, a transportation policy analyst at State Smart Transportation. An extra 10 to 15 minutes spent by an individual on a commute has no noticeable effect on their lives. [sic]
And if you want to have a vibrant, walkable, bikeable, environmentally friendly city, you need to get some cars out of dense urban areas because there’s just not enough space, he said.

Nobody involved with the article thought to mention BOSTON, where they had the same problem as the Gardiner, only on a much bigger scale!
Their solution …………………………, BURY IT!
Then build nice stuff on top.
(Worked wonders!)