Thursday, March 09, 2017

For Today...

Odds and ends...

Never under-estimate how big an @$$hole Trudeau can be. Ever:

Trudeau is a walking joke whose mouth should have been the ruin of him but has not, thanks to thirty-nine percent of Canadians who don't have a problem with his idiocy and vacuous rudeness.

Someone recovering from a stroke probably doesn't have time to skim through Trudeau's stuttering repetitious platitudes or cope with the way he avoids answering questions directly at all (why aren't we electing judges the way the Americans do as opposed to letting that awful Peter Pan or secret select group appoint them?). It might have something to do with recovering from a debilitating condition.

Also: apparently "Nazi" hair cuts are a thing according to an unfunny screech-bot who mocked a man with a stage four brain tumour.

As usual, no one knows why a man attacked people with an axe in Dusseldorf:

A man wielding an ax rampaged through the main train station in Düsseldorf, Germany, on Thursday, injuring seven people before he was arrested after jumping off an overpass, police said. 

I bet I do.

The Vancouver School Board released a redacted report stating that certain members were bullying others:

A redacted report released by the Vancouver School Board singles out members of the left-leaning Vision Vancouver party in an external investigation that blames trustees for creating a toxic work environment in which staff were bullied and harassed.

The "tipping point" was a September meeting during which Vision's Patti Bacchus, a trustee at the time, put forward a motion asking the Vancouver mayor to review enrolment projections that had been prepared by board staff, says the report, which was written by lawyer Roslyn Goldner.

"I do not find the explanations provided by Vision trustees related to the motions proposed at the Sept. 26 meeting credible," Goldner wrote in the 44-page document, which was released Tuesday in response to a freedom-of-information request.

"The evidence supports the claims that their interest was in pursuing a political agenda rather than supporting the prior decision of the board and the recommendations of the senior staff."

Some leftists can't bring themselves to go full Nazi but they do try.

And now, this is straight out of an Indiana Jones movie:

The unassuming hole leads to caves which are hidden less than a metre beneath a farmers field.
Legend has it that the Caynton Caves, near the town of Shifnal, date back to the 1300s, when they were used by the Knights Templars – an order of Christian missionaries that fought in the crusades.

Historic England thinks not, however, saying the caves were most likely constructed as recently as the late 18th or early 19th century.

The body responsible for England’s historic environment says the site – or grotto – appears to have been used for black magic rites in recent times.

Cleanliness is close to dogliness:

Call him friar pup.

A stray schnauzer mutt has been taken in by a monastery in Bolivia, where he received not only a new home but a Franciscan habit as well.

His life is all about playing and running," Friar Jorge Fernandez told The Dodo website. "Here all of the brothers love him very much. He is a creature of God."

The silver-and-black dog had been living on the street before a local animal rescue organization called Proyecto Narices Frias (Cold Nose Project) picked him up and made him available for adoption to the monastery. 
The brothers posed for photos of the animal, clad in a tiny brown habit with a rope belt, and one friar posted them to Facebook, where they were liked more than 2,000 times.

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