See this woman?
(You know her as the film industry’s Kitty Blair, star of the intrepid porn tale Kitty Discovers Sperm!)
Kitty is also a candidate and spokesperson for a German right wing Nazi party known as the National Democratic Party of Germany.
Only problem is that she was caught this week having sex with a BLACK GUY!
(Kitty is still in porn, but she’s out of the Party!)
Climate change is affecting all parts of the globe, and the gap between the latest science on climatic change and government action to cut greenhouse emissions remains large, according to a sweeping U.N. report out today.
If left unchecked, the report finds that climate-change risks include:
•Coastal flooding, which will devastate areas near the shore.
•Widespread hunger due to warming, drought and severe downpours.
•Damage to big cities because of inland flooding.
•Extreme weather and storms, damaging some of the things we take for granted, like electricity, running water and emergency services.
“We live in an era of man-made climate change,” said Vicente Barros, co-chair of the group that prepared the report. “In many cases, we are not prepared for the climate-related risks that we already face.”

The report states that climate change has already affected agriculture, human health, ecosystems, water supplies and some people’s livelihoods. The striking feature of the effects, said the report, is that they are occurring from the tropics to the poles, from small islands to large continents, and from the wealthiest countries to the poorest.
Justin Beiber got “boo’d” at the Juno’s last night, so Celine Dion came to his defence ……………., then she got boo’d!
WHEN I SAW THIS HEADLINE IT GOT ME WONDERING: Hundreds Protest Albuquerque’s Trigger-Happy Police Department!
(I know it’s Albuquerque, not Abbotsford, but any problems down there end up being ours eventually!)
Folks, in the last few years Albuquerque’s police department has shot and killed 23 people, and instead of throwing the cops asses in jail, all the citizens can do is stage protest marches!

imagesAlbuquerque PD chief Gordon Eden said the shooting was justified because Boyd “directed a threat” at one of the officers and they’d already used non-lethal force to no effect. As we know, if police officers think they are being threatened — whether that threat turns out to be real or just a 70-year-old man reaching for his cane – they are allowed to shoot people.About 1,000 people took to the streets on March 25 to protest Boyd’s killing. Even a retired APD officer participated, telling KRQE: “The methods they used were not methods I’d ever been taught.”
A few hours later, another officer shot and killed Alfred Redwine, though he was armed with a gun and may have fired at officers before they shot him (officers say he did, neighbors say he didn’t)
On March 28, the FBI announced that it was investigating Boyd’s shooting. The Department of Justice has been investigating the APD for years but nothing seems to happen.
The Albuquerque Journal (which has a good liveblog of the protest) estimates that the the city has spent more than $24 million on police misconduct lawsuits, including a $7.95 million lawsuit to the family of a man killed while holding a gun to his own head.
A 43 year-old B.C. man is missing after being swept out to sea during a baptism ceremony led by Jesus Christ Light of the Sky church.
Authorities are treating it as a “missing parishioner” case!
WINNIPEG – After a winter where virtually everybody became unwillingly and intimately acquainted with the polar vortex, comedian Sandra Shamas figures we all need a good laugh.

untitledSo what better place to go than Winnipeg — one of the last places in Canada where winter refuses to release its icy grip — for the country’s second biggest comedy festival?
The festival, which runs from April 7 to 13, is in its 13th year and features 80 performers riffing on everything from food and gender to freedom of speech and “first world problems.” The festival features some 40 shows at a wide range of venues from comedy clubs and theatres to pubs and movie theatres.
Tom Green, best known for his gross-out comedies “Freddy Got Fingered” and “Road Trip,” is headlining the festival’s main gala,, which sugests an immediate problem………….., Green ain’t funny ………., at all!
SPRING is definitely here ………………………., baseball is BACK!

untitledP.E.I. Report: RCMP have issued a warning about deteriorating road conditions in western P.E.I., and the weather is only expected to get worse.
Heavy rains fell across the Island overnight and continued to fall Monday morning. RCMP have issued a warning that road conditions are poor with slippery areas and large pools of standing water.
Add to this giant potholes filled with water, and some 48 people are already reported as missing over the weekend!
The bright green lights that typically illuminate the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur—the tallest twin buildings in the world—were turned off on Saturday for Earth Hour, an annual event aimed at raising awareness about energy consumption.
Dozens of other iconic landmarks around the world, including the Parthenon in Greece, the Golden Gate Bridge in California and Australia’s Sydney Harbor Bridge, participated in the event, sponsored by WWF. (That’s WWF, not WTF)







AND FINALLY: We’re going to have to cut this one short folks!
untitledA man from Devon, England, was so desperate to end his suffering after spending many painful years with an injured hand that he did the unthinkable—he built a guillotine and cut off his own hand.
According to the Daily Record, Mark Goddard, 44, amputated his arm because he suffered excruciating pain since injuring the arm during a motorbike accident in 1998. Goddard claims to take 40 painkillers a day and says he had to quit his garage job. While Goddard would have preferred for the surgery to have been done professionally in a hospital, Goddard claims that doctors were hesitant to honor his amputation request because his injured hand, despite the nerve damage, was still functional.
It took two weeks for Goddard to build the guillotine. Before amputating, he tied two tourniquets to his arm and had a first aid kit nearby. After severing the hand, he tossed the body part into a fire he had started in an outdoor garden bin. Goddard’s wife came home soon after and, upon discovering the grisly scene, immediately fainted.