Sidewalks For Sale, PETA Still Dumbassed, And Hazel Might Run Again
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Sidewalks For Sale, PETA Still Dumbassed, And Hazel Might Run Again

Hey, are you a business wanting extra parking in front of your store? Well, good news: it turns out Toronto’s sidewalks are for sale! For as little as $75,000, you too can make the city suck a little more for anybody not in a car, as this is all part of Toronto’s brilliant “pretend it is the 1950s” civic revitalization plan.
PETA’s latest counterproductive advertising campaign that will piss off far more people than it ever attracts? Comparing the Winnipeg bus attack to eating meat. PETA spokesperson Bruce Friedrich said, “look, we know some people might find our advertisement offensive, but that’s tough because we’re just better than them, so nyah nyah nyah.”
Who owns the Arctic? According to British researchers, Canada has a good chunk of it, along with Norway, the United States, Russia and Denmark. In the rush to profit from global warming and ecological collapse, however, the vital question of who exactly has title to Santa’s workshop remains unanswered.
Hazel McCallion hinted yesterday that she might run for Mayor of Mississauga again at the age of 87. At this rate, when your grandchildren die at the ripe old age of 167, Hazel McCallion will still be mayor of Mississauga.
And Shaun Marcum pitched six innings of perfect baseball to lead the Jays to a victory over Oakland.
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