Browsing All posts tagged under »canada«

V8 Juice and Canadian unity

March 9, 2012


In 1994, during a crisis in Canadian unity, one food manufacturing company quietly stepped in to help ward off an imminent invasion from the United States. In this post we salute V8 Juice for helping to keep Canada a sovereign nation.

Bango’s dunk

April 30, 2010


Bango's amazing dunk from a 16-foot ladder could teach Michael Ignatieff a lesson or two.

Russell vs. The Prince of Darkness

September 10, 2009


In June of 1967, I was ten years old and my younger brother, Russell, was twelve. Canada was about to celebrate its Centennial, the Toronto Maple Leafs had won the Stanley Cup for the last time, and Russell decided to kill Satan, the Prince of Darkness and Father of Lies.

Canadian prime minister pockets Jesus, escapes in waiting limo

July 9, 2009


As Canadian troops continue to die in Afghanastan, the economy spirals its way into a deeper recession, and the world mourns the sudden death of a rather talented young man who produced one and a half good albums, the federal conservative party is confronting one of its worst scandals in decades. Prime Minister Harper has […]

…because you’re Canadian

May 17, 2009


Canadians are polite. Did I say “polite”? I meant very polite. Extremely polite. We’re so polite that it’s the first thing we tell people. You know how certain species of monkeys greet you by shoving their asses in your face? Same thing. Except sometimes the monkeys also offer a banana. Canadians just offer a veiled […]