An Ontario man has been charged after he hit a bear with his car and then proceeded to get out of the car and best the bear to death with a rock. Ya know, the kind of stuff that Canadians do because they just don’t give a fuck like that.
The 41-year-old man has been charged under the Ontario SPCA Act with causing an animal to be in distress, and failure to kill an animal by a method that is humane and minimizes the pain and distress to the animal.
Also, Rob Ford says he’s too busy eating his wife’s pussy to eat anyone else’s pussy. This man is legend.
Yup, that’s what crack smoking, gang sign throwing Toronto mayor Rob Ford said at a press conference this morning. I wouldn’t feel right if I forgot to post this today. This fucker is surreal. The press conference was to address allegations Ford had made inappropriate statements about a staffer.
His words: “Oh and the last thing was Olivia Gondek, it says it says that I wanted to eat her pussy. Olivia Gondek. I’ve never said that in my life to her. I would never do that. I’m happily married. I’ve got more than enough to eat at home. Thank you very much.”
Even better, later today he completely denied saying that. At a live, televised press conference.
After days of violent clashes between the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and members of the Elsipogtog Nation over shale gas exploration in eastern New Brunswick, police began imposing a curfew to try and push out the protestors. Molotov cocktails were hurled at police and dozens of RCMP vehicles were burned at the site of the protest, where native Elsipotog peoples were trying to protect their land from fracking.
For years, many cable and satellite TV subscribers around the world have started to wonder why they have to buy a full monthly package full of hundreds and hundreds of channels they never watch— why not just pay for the channels you want? Cable and satellite companies aren’t keen on that model and in the US, it looks like that will happen when Hell freezes over. Up in Canada however, politicians are looking to get channels unbundled, so you can buy them a la carte. Finally.
The massive theft of an estimated $18 million worth of maple syrup from a storage facility in Quebec last year is set to become a Hollywood movie.
Sony Pictures has announced plans to make a film based on the theft, with comic actor Jason Segel in line to star.
Seth Gordon, whose last movie was the hit comedy Identity Thief, will direct. Family Guy writer Chris Sheridan is slated to write the script