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Which apparently, I might add... wasn't at... "I might kill another human being"..."Andrew Caswell, 29, of Jamestown Terrace, had apparently struck the deer on Hincher Road and was driving it to Unity Hospital for treatment, said Greece Police Capt. Steve Chatterton."
halls of macadamia | more | posted December 22nd, 2011

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...of the Trobriand Islands there is a lovely word, “mokita”, which means “truth we all know but agree not to talk about”. I am about to speak some mokitas.
halls of macadamia | more | posted 1 day ago
Surely somebody has to be pitching this explosive new reality TV show for CBC's fall lineup..."So... a man walks into a bar with a knife, a severed head and a block of plastic explosive..."
halls of macadamia | more | posted 2 days ago
...make it on their own...The Windsor Star reports that the Ontario government has pledged $385-million in assistance to Ford Motor Co. and the feds are considering matching the investment. The project, an expanded engine plant in Windsor, is expected to result in between 400 to 1,000 new jobs, which makes the taxpayer bill roughly $1-million per new job.
halls of macadamia | more | posted 2 days ago
From our voluminous "just watch me" file...Gosling’s defence lawyer, Chuck Syme, insisted that his client should not go to jail because the Crown decided to drop charges on the same crimes against Bentley.“You can’t let the guy walk because he’s Jamaican and send my client, a mother of four, to jail,” Syme said outside of court.His client, by-the-by is the aforementioned Bentley's wif
halls of macadamia | more | posted 2 days ago
Reason #14: He didn't want to be around when the lights went out.The report by former Ontario Teacher Pension Plan guru Jim Leech said the pension plans for Ontario Power Generation (OPG), Hydro One (H1), Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) and the Electricity Safety Authority (ESA) are unsustainable.For every $1 contributed to the plan by the employee, taxpayers and hydro ratepayers
halls of macadamia | more | posted 2 days ago
Remember all those old movies where John Wayne or Gary Cooper stands up to the lynch mob who wants to hang the prisoner in the town lockup? Then there's Eric "Third Autopsy is the charm" Holder..."This officer has to be indicted. I'd hate to see what happens if he isn't. The rioting, the looting, man ...," said resident Larry Loveless.The narrative about Michael Brown being shot in the bac
halls of macadamia | more | posted 5 days ago
...on the CBC...Wednesday in Ferguson, the buzz was about a Facebook posting by local radio station 100.7 FM claiming the officer in the Aug. 9 shooting, Darren Wilson, would not be indicted because key witnesses said 18-year-old Michael Brown attacked the officer and attempted to take away his gun. Fox News reported Wilson suffered severe facial injuries, including an eye-socket fracture, and was
halls of macadamia | more | posted August 22nd
...which medical school did Dr. Justin Trudeau attend?Oh yeah... that'd be the Keith Richards School of Pharmacology.They already opposed tobacco. Now the nation’s doctors say Canadians shouldn’t smoke “any plant material” whatsoever, including marijuana. Delegates at the Canadian Medical Association’s general council meeting voted Wednesday to formally oppose the smoking of any plant
halls of macadamia | more | posted August 21st
Some stories are more equal than others.
halls of macadamia | more | posted August 20th
...orbital blowout fracture...Whaddaya suppose this "gentle giant" would've served up as a main course?
halls of macadamia | more | posted August 19th
Attorney General Eric Holder steps in and Trayvonates investigation...The "extraordinary circumstances" surrounding Brown's death and a request by his family prompted the Justice Department's decision to conduct a THIRD autopsy, agency spokesman Brian Fallon said in a statement.You know... 'circumstances' like forensic evidence running totally contrary to eyewitness accounts of what happened
halls of macadamia | more | posted August 18th
...gives an account of the shooting from a non-looter perspective.
halls of macadamia | more | posted August 16th
...to save, er... uhmmm... Dave's not home, man...Whistler Medical Marijuana Corp. issued a voluntary recall for its White Widow strain (Lot L0004) on Friday after two customers complained about the product’s appearance, leading to testing that found the presence of mould, said Health Canada.It’s not immediately known how many of Canada’s roughly 40,000 medical marijuana users are affected
halls of macadamia | more | posted August 16th
Geoff says:if you wanna know who loves you the most lock your woman and your dog in the boot of your car for an hour then see who’s happy to see you when you open itOctober 22, 2013 at 6:26 am
halls of macadamia | more | posted August 15th
...wait a minute..."Farah Mohamed Shirdon, who had been enrolled in the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology until at least 2012, came from a prominent and well-educated Somali family."
halls of macadamia | more | posted August 15th
...Justin Trudeau gets the big bucks because he's got the right DNA too... The Canadian Taxpayers Federation reported that chief Darren Whitford of the O’Chiese First nation earned more than $265,000 in pay and expenses last year for a band numbering 896 members. Ronald Kreutzer of the Fort McMurray First Nation was paid a similar amount as head of a reserve population of 272. One band paid mor
halls of macadamia | more | posted August 15th
Talk about burying the lede...During a subsequent safety lap, Ward got out of his car and stood on the track, seemingly to confront Stewart about the collision — a move that’s not uncommon in local races.What's newsworthy here is that running out onto an active racetrack in New York state is apparently a humdrum everyday occurance. Sort of like bullfighting... with speeding cars.Oh yeah... e
halls of macadamia | more | posted August 13th
“Justin Trudeau announced that he will repeal the First Nations Financial Transparency Act and in doing so has chosen the side of those First Nation chiefs, like his star candidate Jody Wilson-Raybould, who would keep this basic financial information hidden from their communities and from Canadian taxpayers.”
halls of macadamia | more | posted August 12th
...jackbooted thugs and black helicopters...Erica Meekes, a spokesperson for Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt, said the government will send reminder letters to bands that are not in compliance.Will the victimisation never end?RELATED: Bury My Wallet......on Parliament Hill.
halls of macadamia | more | posted August 8th
I have not been a big fan of the Canadian healthcare system, but there are daunting alternatives."My name is Steve. I'll be taking care of you tonight," he said menacingly. I just nodded and said, "OK," and sat up on the edge of the bed and put both feet on the floor in case I had to make a break for it. I wasn't sure if he was going to be "taking care of me" in the traditional "Russi
halls of macadamia | more | posted August 5th
...nothing to see here..."The total amount is more than the combined salaries of Prime Minister Stephen Harper and U.S. President Barack Obama."Of course, CTV has no problem with this guy consulting all 81 of his loyal subjects before taking any sort of a position here.I'm sure they'd extend the same courtesy to Stephen Harper if he decided to pay himself a tax free $800,000 bonus.
halls of macadamia | more | posted August 2nd
...of an automatic grade bump for any pix of fathers/ brothers/ boyfriends... wearing your panties.
halls of macadamia | more | posted July 6th
"It was announced today that President Roosevelt convinced the British government to return Rudolf Hess, Deputy Fuhrer, to the Third Reich in exchange for a US army private who previously deserted to the Wehrmacht by leaving his post."
halls of macadamia | more | posted June 3rd
"There isn’t enough money on the planet that could make me confess to being beaten up by Liza Minnelli."
halls of macadamia | more | posted October 22nd
Didn't Toronto's last Mayor say he was gonna stop all the violence by closing down all the shooting ranges?"The victim, believed to be 19 years old, was shot in the back while in the Lawrence Avenue East and Galloway Road area, a spokesperson with Toronto EMS says."Galloway, Galloway... that sounds so familiar.
halls of macadamia | more | posted October 22nd
...to the United States..."At the end of August, physiotherapy services provided to frail elderly in retirement and long-term care homes and in the community — simply to keep them mobile and active — were delisted from OHIP to save $67 million a year."And this is where Premier Wynne thinks she should start chopping? I thought the Liberals were supposed to be the "healthcare" party.
halls of macadamia | more | posted October 21st
"Where does it say in the Constitution that the government can steal from me and give it to somebody else? It doesn’t, which mean MY rights are now being trampled."AND..."This is a bit more 'compassionate' than my position. If they can’t work, help them. If they won’t work, f&ck them."(via SDA)
halls of macadamia | more | posted October 21st
...First Nations playbook..."When organizers thanked the OPP for their understanding and patience at their act of civil disobedience, the crowd responded with warm applause."Is taking advantage of the erosion of lawful civil authority a good thing? It'll be interesting to see where this sort of thing takes us.
halls of macadamia | more | posted October 19th
C'mon, go ahead & say it... St Jamestown. Police say the victim was found with three gunshot wounds outside a highrise apartment building (at Wellesley and Parliament Street) around 10 p.m.Geez, I thought Mayor Moonbeam had solved that problem before he moved on to greener pastures..."Nobody can deny that hobby directly results in people being shot and killed on the streets of our city," Mille
halls of macadamia | more | posted October 16th
"By the time the campaign rolls around she'll be swearing she flew one of the helicopters."
halls of macadamia | more | posted October 15th
It's just like OJ Simpson told us. Somebody simply has to be brave enough to get out there... and chase down the real murderers.
halls of macadamia | more | posted October 15th
...more actual reporting..."In this case, the [Canadian] government – one that Mr. Greyson and Mr. Loubani viscerally despise – applied the heat at the highest level. Foreign Minister John Baird even met with his Egyptian counterpart. These two should kiss Mr. Baird’s feet. But I wouldn’t hold my breath."Here's a newsflash for John Greyson. Come the new Caliphate, I can simply g
halls of macadamia | more | posted October 13th
It seems David Suzuki has expensive tastes for someone who wants to shut down the carbon economy within a generation. His primary residence is valued at around $8,200,000.00. Suzuki owns four properties in some very exclusive areas. One of his properties includes part of an island he shares with an oil company, among others.And yet Suzuki still manages to present himself as a humble little eco
halls of macadamia | more | posted October 12th
Yet again, wasteful, eco-terrorist neocon greedheads... wait a minute... Miller’s annual report also slammed the Liberals for gutting the ministry through budget cuts and regulatory changes that weaken important safeguards for provincial parks, species at risk and hunting. Cuts to regulations, staff and programs at the ministry are “short-sighted and regressive” and pose significant ecol
halls of macadamia | more | posted October 10th
Robbing banks is for dimbulb, troglodyte thugs... meet the American cousin of Canada's "Long Gun Registry." Remember, there's gold in them thar hills. ********** UPDATE: Hope, change and... OMG!!!On Oct. 4, the debt held by the public — not including Social Security and Medicare — had risen 89.3 percent since Mr. Obama took office, according to FactCheck.org, a nonprofit project
halls of macadamia | more | posted October 10th
...the Green premier... you know, the guy who gave all that taxpayer green to his friends. Why all the sad faces? The good news here is that somebody walks away with a billion dollar windfall."When Mr. McGuinty pulled the plug on the Oakville plant in the fall of 2010, Auditor-General Bonnie Lysyk found, the Liberals did not take advantage of contract provisions that protected the province fr
halls of macadamia | more | posted October 9th
...without "community organisers" and "society columnists"..."Lobbying for the release of extremist activists may be noble. It may even be just. But it’s not reporting. It’s cheerleading." "And 99% of Canada’s media did that. And they told the one guy who wasn’t to fuck off."Go Ezra.
halls of macadamia | more | posted October 8th
...daily allotment of medical marijuana and encouraged to assemble in small, easily managed groups to embroider flowery handkerchiefs and sing heartwarming show tunes.
halls of macadamia | more | posted October 8th
In Liberal-run Ontario... everybody is a "Wynner"...The large salaries and bonuses drawn down by 2015 Pan Am Games executives were necessary to win the major sporting event, Premier Kathleen Wynne says.How large, you ask?Games CEO Ian Troop pulls a $390,000 base salary but could see that figure topped by a $780,000 bonus if he completes his term and meets budget and timeline targets.Yes, that's
halls of macadamia | more | posted October 7th
...how many Che Guevara t-shirts you think you'd find...
halls of macadamia | more | posted October 7th




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