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Monday, 8 September 2014

I don't like Mondays!

Now this has got to be one of the strangest things I have seen in a long time!

I was reading an article about "famous celebrities who destroyed their looks with plastic surgery!" (i.e. Joan Rivers)

And guess what the ad was that went with the article......?

It was : "Get instant credit for your plastic surgery!"

Like I keep saying folks, we don't make this stuff up!


Some old guy (77) was lost for the last three days and the cops just found him!

The guy suffers from dementia and he wondered around in a huge cornfield for the whole time. Seems he kept walking around in circles so he never reached one of the edges!

This is the same area (between Goderich and Kincardine) that a little kid got lost in a cornfield for a day or so!

(Need I say they have big cornfields up there!)


A Winnipeg activist who works with the homeless is outraged by a Facebook page that makes fun of Winnipeggers with photos.

The “People of Winnipeg” page has more than 15,000 members and has posts that range from mocking people with disabilities to making racial slurs about multiple ethnic groups.

Althea Guiboche hands out food to the city’s homeless every Sunday. She said she first spotted the Facebook page last week and wants it taken down.

“People [are] making fun of the homeless and the drunk people and just disgusting pictures that are developing,” she said. “I can’t stand for that. I can’t even believe Winnipeg people are taking part in that.”

Guiboche said she’s shocked so many Winnipeggers would use the forum to make fun of some people who are obviously struggling.

“That page needs to be taken down, first of all, and I would hope all those people try to find something inside themselves to not post stuff like that,” she said.

Facebook user Jesse James, who has been a part of the group for more than a year, wrote a response to critics of the page, saying, “This group is about posting pictures of people who are out in public doing crazy things that may seem very unrealistic but are very real. The group is about finding the funny moments that are right in front of us every day because we live in a crazy city. This group is not here for people to be racist.”

Well folks, I gotta tell ya, this makes "Jesse James" our hands-down winner of the "Asshole of the day" award!