The TTC wants to get rid of adult tickets, using only tokens for adults to combat counterfeiters. In a move to placate ticket fans, Adam Giambrone promises to look into ways to create tokens that will be ruined when you forget to take them out of your pants and put them through the washing machine.
Dalton McGuinty defended the tax incentives received by Young People Fucking yesterday, explaining that while certain people might be very shocked by the adult-oriented romantic comedy, the movie’s tax incentives were immediately balanced out by the income tax paid on the crew’s salaries. He then told everybody up in arms about the “controversial” movie to go get a life. Well, he didn’t, but we wish he had.
John McCain will give a speech about free trade next week in Ottawa. Over-under on the number of times McCain says “my friends”: forty-seven. Get those bets in now!
CityTV plans to cancel Speaker’s Corner. Staff at CityTV explained that Speaker’s Corner, while a valued Toronto tradition beloved by millons, was not nearly so important as upholding Rogers Media’s contractual obligations ensuring that anything the media giant absorbs begins to suck.
And the Mariners beat the Blue Jays again, as our generous, big-hearted team let Seattle leave with its first road-series victory since April. Whatta buncha guys!
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