Folks, all the local and national media outlets in Canada are suggesting that it’s time for Rob Ford to get out of politics ……….., but let’s face it, deep down they’re really glad he’s back! (Rob also said yesterday that he has tried a lot of different drugs, but never did heroin. Well, let’s face it kids, if ya haven’t done junk………………, then you’re not really serious about your addictions!)
According to some car magazines, hatchbacks are about to make a comeback!
Yup, it’s a hatchback comeback!
The Mrs. Herself and I were listing the worst movies we have ever seen, and so far the list includes “The Royal Tannenbaums” and “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and “Freddy Got Fingered” and “Death to Smoochy” and “Napoleon Dynamite” and “Myra Breckenridge” and “Mars Attacks!”
Honourable mention goes to “Can Hieronymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness” starring that stage and screen legend, Anthony Newly!
Manitoba Report!
Winnipeggers who have had to keep their water taps running to prevent frozen pipes can stop now, as officials say the city’s frozen pipes problem is pretty much over.
It’s unlikely that water pipes will freeze up at this time, and crews have not found any frost in excavations since June 19, said Tim Shanks, the city’s manager of water services.
From now on it should be clear sailing until about the beginning of October!
Having your ears ring is bad enough kids, but when it’s a wrong number as well, that’s going too far!
New Brunswick Report!

A Serious crime wave was reported in the Maritimes, folks!
1067863-Clipart-Flasher-Man-From-Behind-Royalty-Free-Vector-IllustrationThe Fredericton Police arrested a man at the Regent Mall on Wednesday after an alleged indecent act.
Police were called to a store at the mall shortly before 3 p.m.
A police spokesperson said a man, who is in his late 40s, was arrested and later released on conditions.
He is slated to appear in court in August, according to the police.
Meanwhile: Moncton’s only outdoor pool is closed for the summer because the aging facility is leaking about 100,000 litres of water a day.
The outdoor pool at the Moncton East Youth Centre has been a destination for young people to cool off during the summer. But the 40-year-old pool is now essentially empty except for a stagnant puddle in the deep end.
KFC says it’s serious about going green folks, and we believe them!
The last time we ordered a bucket of chicken ……………………, some of them had already started to turn green!
A major study into the potential of fracking to contaminate drinking water with methane has been published.
So far, the British Geological Survey and the Environment Agency say definitive distance for separation between shale and aquifers has been set but a limit of 400m has been suggested because water from below that depth is rarely considered drinkable.
The study says that almost all of this geological formation – 92% of it – is at least 800m BELOW the water-bearing rocks. (That’s almost half a mile, bunky!)
(Industry officials have always argued that a separation of that size between a shale layer and an aquifer should make any contamination virtually impossible.)

Once again kids, all the anti-fracking and oil pipeline protesters are being secretly funded by Russian and Middle-Eastern oil producers!
Nova Scotia Report!

Former Halifax mayor Peter Kelly has a new job in the pest control business.
ns-hi-peter-kelly-852Target Pest Control President Stephen Taylor confirmed Wednesday that Kelly has been added as a partner.
Listen folks, we don’t mean to be party-poopers, but the last time a town Mayor got involved in getting rid of rodents, it was in Hamelin, Germany, when the town hired the Pied Piper for some pest control! (And we all know how THAT turned out!)
(Peter Kelly was elected to city council in 1985 and went undefeated as a city politician until he stepped down from the mayor’s chair in 2012.)
And Finally: Gee folks, haven’t heard to much about Paul Bernardo in the last ten years or so………………………!
I wonder what he’s been up to?


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