We can’t even begin to figure out the Maple Leafs. Considering the past few seasons for the Blue Jays, Toronto hasn’t had an easy puzzle as far as sports go. It’s why most Torontonians embrace sports nihilism.
The woman in Valerie’s story has a brilliant idea. Nobody would turn down an apology pizza. An apology pizza could end wars.
The sports media has the worst extrinsic awareness around, fostering a stick-to-sports attitude that creates villains out of those who wish to put a spotlight on any legal infractions. The word ‘adversity’ is a eye-roll worthy buzzword meant to cover anything and everything, making equal something as egregious… »
Everything is a tool of Satan these days. Reverend Lovejoy had it right: "Have you ever read [the Bible] Marge? According to this, we can't even go to the bathroom." »
Yeah, I was thinking about that lately. Franzen is either really good, or absolutely invisible. And yet, I could never get too mad, because I knew he had the skill to score five goals in a single night. Here’s hoping he can become symptom-free for himself and his family.
I’m assuming this kiosk is in the downtown area. Damn, I was going to get drunk in Scarborough on Friday.
The sales pitch says consuming collagen must be good for your bones, because collagen is already in your bones »
At least on Earth. Nuclear-powered space flight might be more viable (although I'm open to be corrected on that as well). »
Unless you play for the Maple Leafs, at which point you are going to be exposed to cruel and unusual torture methods. »
As a Canadian, I'll confirm that many Canadians are willing to break stereotype in order to shut down racist assholes like the one in Amy's story. »