29 April 2016

Gawds forbid you use an actual...

...picture of the actual people who are involved...where's the beef

It was removed after the department “determined that some of the details and descriptions provided were inconsistent with the values of the UW spirit program and department of athletics.”
This was a no-brainer. Even all my junk mail from Sears and Crappy Tire features mixed race couples and their ambiguously bi-racial progeny frolicking amongst the weed whippers and expresso machines.


RELATED: In other #fakehate news

Just another dumbass junkie...

...albeit with a fiercely glowing weapons grade platinum AMEX card...

The official told AP Prince was found unconscious on the plane and given a shot of Narcan, which is a so-called ‘save-shot’ used in suspected opioid overdoses, when the jet was on the tarmac.
Just another casualty of the "because it feels good" generation.
"Remember that naked restaurant in London that we told you about last week with 5,000 people on the waiting list? Yeah, that number’s now at almost 30,000."
Uh, waiter... there's a pubic hair in my soup.

The Diversity Chronicles

The teens were reportedly tied to chairs, beaten, forced to perform sex acts and moved to different locations in the Flemingdon Road area of Lawrence Heights over the course of two days. Police also said the teens were forced to play Russian roulette with a loaded handgun.

UPDATE: They do like their "streetnames"...
Police arrested 19-year-old Quinton Gardiner, who is suspected of being one of the leaders of the ‘Young Buck Killas,’ on April 23. Gardiner was charged with kidnapping-related offences.
In other unspeakable acts news...
The human remains found earlier this week in the St. Clair Avenue and Weston Road area belong to 28-year-old Rigat Ghirmay, who was the victim of a homicide in 2013, Toronto police say.

28 April 2016

Ask a Librano

Of course... you might not like the answer...insert alt text here

Reading is about to become more expensive – and difficult – in Newfoundland and Labrador. To close a budget deficit, the province has announced it is closing 54 of 95 libraries. The move comes just days after Newfoundland became the country’s first province to institute a new 10-per-cent tax on books.

RELATED: Gotta have priorities
B.C. Premier Christy Clark has received $277,000 from the B.C. Liberal Party since 2011, including $50,000 last year.
No... shame... whatsoever.

27 April 2016


"Someone’s gotta develop a condom app."

How many of these Eco-Warriors...

...donated big scratch to the Liberal Party of Ontario?kathleen wynnes rich friends

Five Ontario drivers who purchased a Porsche Spyder hybrid, which retails for about $1.1 million, got $5,000 rebates from the province’s electric vehicle incentive program last year.

The province also provided similar rebates for dozens of other drivers who purchased a BMW i8 at $362,000 or a Fiskar Karma at $212,000.
Your tax dollars... Kathleen Wynne's obscenely rich friends.

Meanwhile, at the other end of the socio-economic scale...
Pharmacist William Brown, who launched the complaint, said dozens of the doctor’s patients alleged they were coerced to fill their prescriptions at a business in Dr. Jatinder Dhillon’s building. The pressure included threats to cut off their “carries” — doses of methadone they can take home rather than having to visit the clinic every day — and physically walking them into the store.
Why worry, right? This doesn't affect you.

Perhaps you need to think again...
The number of patients in Ontario has soared from 3,000 to more than 50,000 since 1996. Scores of physicians heavily involved in the field are billing the Ontario government more than $900,000 a year.
It's only money, right? This type of thing is why Ontario's debt has doubled since the Liberals were elected in 2003.

26 April 2016

Words of wisdom from the socialist...

.. who couldn't even negotiate an agreement with Ontario's teachers unions...prime minister care bearIt speaks volumes that Justin Trudeau's point man in the War against Terro... excuse me... "bad people" who do "bad things" that have absolutely no connection to any known religion trots out all the same old tired cliches.

With "involvement" like this... who needs executioners?

“I am outraged by the news that a Canadian citizen, John Ridsdel, held hostage in the Philippines since Sept. 21, 2015, has been killed at the hands of his captors,” Trudeau told media in a hotel ballroom hastily equipped with Canadian flags and a black backdrop for the occasion.
His captors, Justin? I guess we can't use the words "Muslim" or "terrorist"... right?
The government “will not comment or release any information to compromise ongoing efforts.”
Oh... I bet they won't.
Trudeau and his cabinet are currently on a three-day retreat in Kananaskis, Alta.
Of course they are. How convenient... only I'd call it more of a four year retreat.


RELATED: Negotiate with terrorists?

Justin "Care Bear" Trudeau can't even negotiate with his own Members of Parliament...
It was Justin Trudeau’s view when he was in opposition. But one suspects the perspective has changed since moving into the prime minister’s office.
Pants on fire, Justy?


"PM Dropout has billions for resettling Jihadis but will quibble with kidnappers over spare change to release a Canadian citizen."

25 April 2016

I guess some Liberal deadlines...

...are more important than others...insert alt text here

"We are being very careful, we can't say whose head it was," army spokesman Major Felimon Tan told reporters, adding that tests would be carried out to identify the victim.

He said Abu Sayyaf militants had threatened to behead one of four captives on Monday if the 300 million pesos ($8.1 million) ransom for each of them was not paid by 3 p.m. local time.
Well, at least Justin got all those Syrian Muslim refugees here on time.


"Global warming scientists have experienced 235% extra greening from taxpayer funded studies in the same period."

22 April 2016

CBC's ""#catchthesniper" hornswoggle

Dear Steve Rukavina... Not presuming to question your obviously vast & eclectic firearms expertise, but I wager I could take Wendy Mesley to a gun range and have her hitting man-sized targets at 200 meters over iron sights before our coffee got cold.

"Toronto police Det. Sgt. Tam Bui believes a highly trained sniper who shot and killed a Toronto man in his driveway last fall may be in Montreal."
FWIW, Sgt. Tam... (kudos btw, to the Toronto Police Service for upholding their tradition of finding a "spokescop" who approximates the ethnic makeup of the murder victim) no "sniper" worthy of the name would be caught dead using a lever action varmint rifle.

The Browning BLR is, in fact, the antithesis of a sniper rifle. It is simply a modern take on the ubiquitous 19th century cowboy rifle... a close range deer blaster known mostly for it's beginner-friendly (half-cock safety, well placed forward swivel) carrying options.

Serious hunters and competition benchrest shooters use bolt action firearms. Putting a scope on a short barrel, lever action bush gun is like those urban Vin Diesel wannabes who screw fibreglass Porsche-lookalike whaletails to the trunklids of their souped up Honda Civics.

For anyone unfamiliar with firearms (which is basically any/every CBC viewer), a 200 meter shot with a rifle is child's play.
Most owners report groups ranging from 1-4 MOA. If you fall into the middle of that range, then 400 yard shots are pushing the limits of taking a deer humanely. This rifle, combined with a 4, 6, or 3-9 power scope offers easy shots on deer up to 400 yards.
I guess having a sniper loose on the streets just underscores the importance of banning those nasty, evil lifetaking guns.

Perhaps the CBC should shy away from attempting to say anything at all about guns... and stick to their well-oiled 24/7 unashamed public fellating of once famous/recently deceased music personalities.

21 April 2016

It didn't stop Justin either

Hillary’s breathtaking lack of concrete achievements or even minimal initiatives over her long public career doesn’t faze her admirers a whit. They have a religious conviction of her essential goodness and blame her blank track record on diabolical sexist obstructionists.
True believers... the scariest people on the planet.


RELATED: Despicable, despicable people

20 April 2016

He's just so good...

...at so many things...insert alt text here

“Really any military equipment is just so helpful,” gushed Saudi Arabia’s defence minister Mohammad bin Salman Al Saud. “We’ll now be much more efficient in our policing of the Shi’a minority. Mass arrests and public execution of political dissidents will be a breeze with the new LAVs.”

After receiving a whispered message from one of his aides, he added, “I mean, not those things. Just ISIS. All the Canadian stuff is just for fighting ISIS.”
Meanwhile, in actual non-satirical news...

Snoop Dogg called out both the Canada Border Services Agency and Vancouver's Downtown Eastside in a brief but pointed Instagram post this week, in which he asked why the fuck he was getting hassled at the border — presumably over weed — when Vancouver is full of people openly using heroin.

"Y'all need to raise up off me Canada, y'all need to just walk me through and stop taking me back into that fucking customs office. Clean this shit up out here!"
Go Snoop.

From our voluminous...

..."if I had a son, he'd look like... [insert name of felon here]" file...

The 40-year-old rapper — whose real name is William Leonard Roberts II — was in Washington, D.C. to support the administration’s My Brother’s Keeper initiative, which aims to keep young black people out of jail.

Barack Obama had just finished speaking when Ross’s ankle monitor began beeping loudly. Ross has worn an ankle monitor since he was released from jail after posting a $2 million bond in July 2015. He was arrested after he allegedly kidnapped and assaulted his groundskeeper.

RELATED: #BlackLivesSplattered
“He was really, you know, just goofing around, playing like he could rap a little bit,” she said. “He wasn’t no rapper. He was a newcomer just trying to say some lyrics.”

He sometimes went by the name “Thugga,” according to family and friends.

At least eight other people were wounded in shootings on the West and South sides from midmorning Monday through early Tuesday, police said.
Isn't Hussein Obama's BFF the mayor of Chicago? I guess there's never a Brother's Keeper around when you really, really need one.


LAST WORD: No photo-op left behind...hunting toddlersDon't worry... Barack can have another party.

19 April 2016

The same way they fixed...

...Ontario's power generation crisis...

The health ministry has approved a plan that front-line doctors fear will create an even deeper health care crisis: outsourcing hundreds of allogeneic transplants to three American centres at a cost of more than $100 million (U.S.). So far, the program has proved a hard sell. Only 19 of 202 patients approved for transplants to date in Cleveland, Buffalo and Detroit have agreed to go.

“If there is that money, why can’t we spend it to fix our system?” asks Dr. Richard Wells, a clinician-scientist at Sunnybrook’s Odette Cancer Centre. “Is that not the obvious thing?”
Don't look at me... I didn't vote for them.


"I hear they're dumping big bucks into palliative care and assisted suicide programs. - Tells ya something."
As anyone who has waited in a hospital emergency room for 7 hours can tell you... we're all doomed.

The folks who teach your children...

...right from wrong...

Ranked number 6 overall is the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation (OSSTF). It's the biggest donor among the public-sector unions.
OSSTF... that sounds so familiar...
Taxpayers will of course be footing the bill, estimated to be around $63 million. This is on top of compensation to fund more days off, extended sick leave and maternity leave for both teachers and support staff represented by OSSTF.
Bribery... it works.

Oh, hells bells... just read it all.

18 April 2016

Oops... looks like they forgot...

...to refer to it as "a friendly neighbourhood bar"...

Toronto police say three people were injured in a stabbing at an uptown bar on Sunday night. Around 11:30 p.m., a patron at the African House on Jane Street near Wilson allegedly tried to leave with his beer and was stopped by staff on his way out. “An argument ensued,” Staff-Sgt. Ian Lamond said.
Yeah... an argument with a deadly weapon.
Police were looking for the suspect Monday morning. Lamond said police weren’t releasing a description, but believed witnesses at the bar knew the man. “I think he’s known to people at the bar,” Lamond said.
Looking for a description of the suspect? Sorry... that only happens under special circumstances.

Speaking of special circumstances...
Bradley Cheveldayoff, 22, of Toronto, faces a charge of second-degree murder.
So... Cheveldayoff murdered Nikov. Sounds a little Putin-esque to me.


UPDATE: Yet another body drops...
Murder victim Abdullah Farah, 20, of Toronto, was gunned down early Sunday in the Danforth-Coxwell Aves. area.

UPDATE2: And another...
According to police, units responded to an unknown trouble call. On scene, officers located a garbage bag with what appeared to be a human torso behind a building that houses a butcher shop.

Police tape is seen behind a building in the Broadview Avenue and Gerrard Street East area following the discovery on what police said could be human remains on Tuesday, April 19, 2016.

The discovery was made by an employee of the butcher shop.
In other diversity news... the chill 'em & grill 'em murder victim is id'd...
The human remains found in a Northwood Park fire pit has been identified as those of a Toronto man, Julio Cesar Soto, 29, police say.
The Sentinel Rd. area is keepin' it real.

And real.

And real.