The Toronto City Council met earlier today (11/18/13) to again attempt to remove powers of Canada’s (and America’s) favorite crack-smoking mayor. During the proceedings, something provoked Mr. Ford into attacking councillor Pam McConnell.
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It’s really the best one yet. Maybe it has something to do with Cranston and the producers of the show being in on it. But it’s excellent!
Makes so much sense. I just wish I was better at telling whether I was gonna have a silent one or a loud beforehand. – Dan Halen
So apparently one of these kids grew up to be UFC fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov. All we want to know is now that’s he’s grown up, does he wrestle full size bears? Because that’d be awesome.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford said that he is “receiving support” from health-care professionals, and apologized for his lewd remarks earlier in the day.
While denying claims that he regularly used cocaine and visited prostitutes, Ford also denied that he once told a staffer, “I want to eat your p—-.” And that’s when the mayor added, “I’m happily married, I have more than enough to eat at home.”
Later, during a news conference—with his wife, Renata, by his side—Ford said the new allegations pushed me over the line,” adding, “When you attack my integrity as a father, and as a husband, I see red.”
Ford also said he was getting help “from a team of health care professionals,” though he didn’t elaborate.
He continues to reject the request of his own city council that he step down.
Brilliant! We have a feeling one of these parodies will eventually be made into a successful spin-off. This one wouldn’t be an awful place to start.
Well, that does it. Guys, you will no longer need to pick up chicks to get some action. Just go to the store and get your Japanese industrial masturbator to do the job. Would you get a handy from a robot?
A 100-year-old woman in England named Dorothy credits living as long as she has to drinking whiskey and smoking cigarettes.
She started smoking at 16 and has smoked an estimated 460,000 after averaging 15 cigarettes a day.
She plans to quit smoking because of the price increase but admitted that probably won’t happen.
She celebrated her 100th birthday by going to the bar with friends and had a few drinks.
It’s estimated that she has spent over $300,000 on cigarettes in her life.
Here’s to another 100, Dorothy!
…you might crap yourself. And by that, I mean you might just fall face-first into a pile of it. When has someone ever come out the winner of something called the “bum on electric fence challenge”?