Why doesn't the Toronto Sun ever have headlines that are this good?
Santa robbed a grocery store in Berlin today. http://in.reuters.com/article/idINIndia-53735020101222 It looks like Christmas is cancelled this year. If he gets parole we may have it next year.
Senator Vivienne Poy is calling on the government to stop subsidizing Canada's national news magazine. Recent articles designed to sell issues have been what she calls, 'divisive journalism.'
Maclean's is beginning to look like this...
This NFB film, known to most Canadians because it's shown in school at least six times, probably took 15 years to make at a cost of several hundred million dollars. It's still not as good as, 'The Littlest Hobo' which is the ultimate hallmark of fine Canadian programing...
Now your kids can recreate what those intrusive airport security body scans are like! http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0002CYTL2?ie=UTF8&tag=madver1-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B0002CYTL2
In a bizarre move to get his supporters to vote for the Liberal Party, Stephen Harper recently sang five songs at a Conservative Christmas party. Included were, 'Sweet Caroline' and, 'Jumping Jack Flash.' The PM even played John Lennon's, 'Imagine' on the piano but couldn't sing any words because Stockwell Day would have been pissed.
We now can safely predict that as long as Michael Ignatieff stays away from his own rendition of, 'Born in the USA' he is guaranteed a majority government in 2011.
Dear BustedTees T-shirt People,
Thank-you for mentioning Canada on one of your t-shirts. We are always glad to get some kind of recognition, no matter how small. Most Canadians watch the David Letterman Show every night for the sole purpose that he might again mention that Paul Shaffer is from Thunder Bay. So thanks again.
EL CANADU EDITORIAL STAFF