Folks, a bit of news about our parent publication:

Ladies and gentlemen I’m going to let you in on a little secret. (If ya don’t know already!)

If you go over to the right hand side of and look just under my “Simpson’s” picture, and the warning that the blog is politically incorrect, dirty, nasty, disgusting, revolting, insensitive, and any other adjective militant left wing fanatics care to use, you will see a small sign that says: “Subscribe to by Email.

Once you do this, they will send you a list, every day, of some of the stuff published here on

This is an example of the list I got today.

• HTC announces the 64-bit Desire 820, comes with a 8MP front-facing camera for selfies
• The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Voter Choice #nlpoli
• Experts meet to discuss Ebola drugs, vaccines
• NATO set to close the book on Afghan war
• Cruise sale from Princess ‘3 for Free’
• Taliban hit Afghan government HQ in east, kill 12
• drive-by planet: NATO summit targets Russia: nuclear threat increases with risk of war
• drive-by planet: Western hypocrisy on Ukraine
• Tendulkar backs India to do well in World Cup
• Djokovic battles past Murray to reach US Open semifinals
• Stuart Mackinnon: BetterParks for Vancouver: Stuart Mackinnon: BetterParks for Vancouver 2014-09-04 01:31:00
• Hudson returns after two years as Diamondbacks beat Padres
• Spectular defence, pitching helps Vancouver Canadians take 1-0 series lead over Spokane Indians
• Overcrowding forces dozens of Okotoks students to learn in ‘teacher’s lounge’
• – Alberta politics: Alberta Politics Catch Up: Pipelines, Planes, Cities and Rob Anders
• Doug Holyday’s son to run for city council
• Greenpeace poll shows strong support for Arctic conservation
• GTA expected to lead country in luxury home sales
• Vargas, Nunez shine as Twins beat up on White Sox
• Fall Beauty Must-Haves: 8 Products that Actually Work
• No talks planned in Saskatoon Cameco uranium strike
• MacArthur: Morrow’s Future, Rasmus’ present, Izturis drops in
• Accused B.C. serial killer had a system for targeting vulnerable women, jury told
• Jesus in the City parade organizers scrambling to pay $14,000 police bill by Thursday morning
• Calgary police launch 2015 Canine Calendar after 2014 success
• Blue Jays homer their way past Rays 7-4
• Navarro, Encarnacion homer in Blue Jays’ victory over Rays
• Toronto FC: Reds blanked in Greg Vanney’s debut
• Stroman shines, Morrow waits as Blue Jays topple Rays
• Soler has two more RBIs as Cubs complete sweep of Brewers
• Carter goes yard twice as Astros beat division-rival Angels
• 10-man Toronto FC falls to Union 1-0 in Vanney’s first game as manager
• Gordon, Vargas lead Royals past Rangers to complete sweep
• Women’s soccer players want grass, not turf, FIFA survey shows
• Dead Wild Roses: The Back to School Experience in One Picture.
• Goodell: NFL closely watching Ray McDonald’s case after new domestic violence policy
• Loss to Union extends Toronto FC’s winless skid to four
• Mets beat Marlins on d’Arnaud’s RBI double in eighth
• McCann makes Kuroda a winner as Yankees beat Red Sox
• Zepuntke wins Tour of Alberta’s first stage
All this information is cheap at twice the price, bunky!

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