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May 05, 2014


Nearly 1,500 teens who gathered for a party in Canada trashed a house, causing $70,000 in damage, investigators said.


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The local press interviewed the mother and asked her what she was going to do. Her reply caught me off guard - "What can I do, he's my son." I guess that means that homicide is off the table. I'd start with handing him a broom, a shovel and a package of garbage bags and tell him to start cleaning up.

Artic, tho that kind of thinking is what led to
Beiber invading the U.S.! And I, for one, wish he was
back home in Canida.

PS Nothing personal. I'd much rather have had
Canadian "secret" star "the Winekone" invade the U.S.
It probably would have been better for everyone.

Another worthwhile Canadian initiative.

Arctic Al, after he finished with the clean up I would be driving him around for job interviews so he could pay for some of the damages to the house.

Where are his 1,499 friends now?

Arctic, thanks for that note. The mom's comment caught me, too.
NC: totally agree
MtB: I hope they are far, far away.

In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends. ~Martin Luther King, Jr.

True friends stab you in the front. ~Oscar Wilde

Welcome to the New World. Every one of those kids would tell you their phone did it, not them.

Celine Dion, Justin Bieber, Rob Ford...there's something wacky in that there permafrost, eh?

We're gonna need a bigger Border Patrol.

We just export the bad ones to the US. Rob Ford is in rehab in Chicago right now. We're not letting him back in. :D

How very generous, Al. I have no problem conceding Chicago to Canada.

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