Sunday, October 29, 2006
I don’t know who does more damage to the world: lawyers or activists.
“These so-called human rights activists are harassing me every day, threatening me that I am not aware of what I am doing,” Banda said. “I’m afraid David may be sent back and the orphanage may not even accept him back. So where will he end up? Here? He will certainly die.”
More should be done to bring first world wealth to the third world, before they come and overrun the first world, and we all have nothing.
Madonna, for all her faults, is doing good. Damn the do-gooders who would scuttle her!
Thursday, October 26, 2006
The obesity epidemic has reached crematoriums.
A dead man had one final earthly act before moving on.
Fire officials said the six-hundred pound man was in being cremated when his body fluids were too much for the oven.
Tuesday, October 24, 2006
The best browser just got better.
Firefox 2 is the next generation release of the award-winning Firefox web browser from Mozilla.
Wonder when Google will buy them. Can’t be long.
Dilbert’s creator not only draws a great cartoon, but he’s a great writer who just relearned how to talk.
As regular readers of my blog know, I lost my voice about 18 months ago. Permanently. It&#xu2;019s something exotic called Spasmodic Dysphonia.
Saturday, October 21, 2006
Almost as big as the Islamist nuclear threat, is the threat of the third world overrunning the first world.
With its filthy stairways, crumbling apartments and menacing drug dealers, the Anelli complex has long felt like a ghetto to the African immigrants who live there.
Judging by what’s happening, it’s clear the first world has no idea how to deal with the crushing tsunami that’s only just beginning.
Thursday, October 19, 2006
Rae is a Conservative’s dream.
The good news for Bob Rae is that a recent Ekos Research poll shows he is the No. 1 choice of ordinary Canadians to lead the Liberal party into the next election, his popularity for the Grit job presumably strongest among Conservative voters.
Boy, the enablers are working overtime with studies like this.
One expert agreed that sleep might be a big factor in obesity.
How about eating nutritional, small meals regularily? No, that makes too much sense.
Keep feeding them fast food late at night, since you’re all working those long hours at “real” work.
Wednesday, October 18, 2006
This ad will win some type of award.
Thursday, October 12, 2006
It’s still ridiculous that we have a ferry instead of a bridge to Canada’s largest city’s airport, but to hear that the overpriced boat crashed into the dock is priceless.
Note all the spelling errors in the article. Good proofreading, Starboys!
Sunday, October 8, 2006
The anti-car movement of the socialists at city hall steps up a level in midtown.
Projections show that when the work’s finished, a streetcar user on the new elevated track will save only five minutes on a round trip between Yonge St. and Keele St.
The areas that stopped the Spadina Expressway will feel a new level of pain by 2008. Looks good on them.
Wednesday, October 4, 2006
It’s about time we hear a politician who won’t cave to the sky-is-falling global warming alarmists. Harper take note.