"My butt hurts. I'm gone. There will be no more. Good night and goodbye from Toronto."@FadooBobcat signs off the only way he knows how 😂 pic.twitter.com/QTBxAhvZ0M — Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) June 21, 2019 Man, sports talk in Canada is going to be pretty weird without Bob McCown, the latest veteran broadcaster that Rogers has sent to […]
This is quite possibly the dumbest news report I’ve seen since it’s hot out when it’s summer. That, perhaps not coincidentally I’m starting to think, was also a CTV production. Yorkville resident says he may have seen Kawhi Leonard Pierre-James Murphy stood across from his apartment in Yorkville, staring at the crowd that had gathered […]
Perhaps Carin and I are just crazy old people (the fact that we still fairly happily pay for cable television suggests that we might be), but in case we’re not, I’ll toss this out into the world. Has anybody else noticed that, even though it’s not supposed to happen and hasn’t felt like a problem […]
I don’t hear this often these days, but whenever I do it’s stuck in my head for like the next decade. So since the radio just played it, I thought I’d share the experience and wish everyone a happy almost Canada Day. Enjoy your long weekend, especially now that we’re on a stretch of something […]
This really is nothing short of incredible. What if Fox News covered Trump the way it covered Obama? It would look like this pic.twitter.com/dLfhHToieL — NowThis (@nowthisnews) April 16, 2019
It’s not quite as great as the duet with Johnny Cash, but Oscar the Grouch and James Taylor are still pretty fun.
I haven’t said basically anything about All Elite Wrestling here, because I’ve learned not to get my hopes up about there ever being real competition for WWE again. Everything that’s tried to fill the void left by WCW and ECW has either died before it ever got going, been mismanaged into oblivion or not had […]
Some of these you may have seen before (I recognize a few from the other day), but I’m sure you’ll find something new. And happy tenth birthday, Hugh!
Hey, it’s only April. Part one: Part two:
We love Mayday around here, so chances are good that we’ll give DISASTERS AT SEA a look. When tragedy strikes on the high seas causing ships to sink, the truth of what happened is often lost to the depths of the ocean. In Discovery’s latest original Canadian series, DISASTERS AT SEA, experienced and dedicated marine […]