No Lacrosse This Year, Tories Likely To Promise Tax Cuts, And Gossip Is Powerful, Say Gossiping Scientists
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No Lacrosse This Year, Tories Likely To Promise Tax Cuts, And Gossip Is Powerful, Say Gossiping Scientists

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Bad news if you’re a lacrosse fan: the 2008 National Lacrosse League season has been cancelled. Pick your joke: 1) “I’m sure all three of you are very disappointed”; 2) “Players are refusing to play until they get reimbursed for their bus tickets”; 3) “My God, this is the national sport we’re talking about here! Why isn’t Stephen Harper doing something, for the love of God?”; 4) “So, why are the Toronto Rock still offering season tickets for sale on their website?”
Tories expected to promise tax cuts in tonight’s throne speech. The link is worth clicking just to see a picture of Gilles Duceppe looking like he’s trying to be a beat poet.
Government cancels plans for $2 million “media centre.” Apparently it’s cheaper and more direct to deliver propaganda via the Internet these days!
Gossip more trusted than truth, according to study. Well, that’s what they say, so it makes sense. (That would have worked better if Rip Taylor had said it. He could have followed it up with “This is it! I don’t dance, people!” Then he would throw confetti.)
And finally, the Buffalo Sabres beat the Leafs last night.
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