Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Obama Golf Course

Gas anxiety? Blanche, really, you are disgusting. Oh, you mean range anxiety? Same thing for us if you own an electric car. The uber expensive (can you say ‘look at me I’m rich’) Tesla along with it’s mini sister the Leaf (is that a tree-hugger name or what?) both have the same issue: Ya can’t go outta the city unless you know exactly where the super-chargers are.

Yes, your car can be charged in a regular plug, but that takes about 18 hours. The super-charger stations take about 20-30 minutes. A far cry from gassing up in 5 minutes and moving on to your destination. We already read that the makers of these cars are installing many, many more charging stations as it seems people have gas anxiety (hehehehehe) and are not buying those cars so fast.

Not that we wanted to be right on this one, but we were right when we said something smelled about the latest plane crash. Turns out one of the pilots left the cockpit and upon returning could not get back in. He knocked softly, then harder and harder, then tried to break the door down but to no avail.

If someone wants to commit suicide why must they take so many people with them? The answer many times is that somewhere along the way a line was crossed rendering them angry at the world. “I’ll show you and you’ll remember me forever.” There’s a backlash right now about testing pilots every six months for depression, anxiety and other stress-related things that could send someone over the edge. For those on that plane, it’s a moot point.

What does one gain by asking why tragedy happens? Nothing. G-d will have to answer for tragedies such as the one that took the lives of seven children in Brooklyn last Shabbos. The bigger and more difficult question to ask is what can we do about it.

Practically make sure that a) you have smoke detectors all over your house, on every floor and b) make sure they are in working order, not sitting there with dead batteries. If you use a plug-in warmer for Shabbos check it before you go to sleep. Make sure the wire is not hot, a clear indicator that there is a short. Be aware of what is going on in your kitchen.

And spiritually? Cherish every moment because we just don’t know what the next moment will bring.

The US-Iran ‘talks’ are not going well. It seems that the US gave ground on demands that Iran be forced to disclose the full range of its nuclear activities at the outset of a nuclear deal, a concession experts say would gut the verification the Obama administration has vowed would stand as the crux of a deal with Iran. In other words, at any cost Obama will sign.

Here’s an interesting sidebar. The regional fighting escalated today conflict with Saudi Arabia and its allies bombing Shia rebels allied with Iran, while Egyptian officials said a ground assault will follow the air strikes. Iran denounced the Saudi-led air campaign, saying it “considers this action a dangerous step.”

All the while this is playing out, Obama continues to pursue talks with Iran. The man is not only delusional, but will turn out to be the worst president possibly in their history. He’s now trying to leave some kind of legacy aside from being the president who took the most vacations and played the most golf. Blanche, maybe you should tell him to better stay on the golf course. At least he’s not creating havoc in the world.

Stop the press! Obama is going golfing this weekend in Florida. Here ya go,  we got it. They’re going to name a golf course after him instead of a library. Obviously he doesn’t read much, if at all. Blanche, did you say something silly again?

I’ve Been Through the Desert on a Horse with no Name

In case you were wondering about all those  people sleeping in New York airports, wonder no more. What’s that Blanche, you never noticed them? Well then, you best be reading this. Many of them are homeless and have found interesting sleeping arrangements in the airport. Hey, it’s warm, no one bothers them, they can spread out on a few chairs and bob’s your uncle.

We used to find it odd to see people out cold in some waiting areas. Well, Blanche, now ya know. One dude has been sleeping in the airport for about 20 years. Who knew?

Not that we want to panic anyone, but in case you haven’t noticed, there have been quite a few more plane crashes this year than last year. One of course was never solved, one was shot down in the Ukraine and this latest one is a huge mystery. The plane was descending for eight minutes and no one ever received a distress signal or call? Something smells here.

Those student protests have begun again in Montreal. Spoiled, petulant brats blocking traffic and causing havoc instead of going to school. What exactly do they want this time around? Not a cut in school fees. No Blanche, they want the province to undo spending cuts and put a moratorium on all fossil fuel development. What? Here’s a heads-up to them: If they want a vacation or have not studied for their exams and want an exemption, then just say so.

Protesting and marching against fossil fuel? Bring out the police and put a stop to this post haste. Those protests are not going to get them anything but a heavy-handed push-back by the police. Ya know what? Three cheers for the police. And one more thing: Premier Couillard said no extension on the final semester. Good for him. He shouldn’t say another word about it.

So who is Ted Cruz who already announced he’s running for President? Vell, he was born in Canada to an American mother and Cuban father. To be able to run for office, he had to denounce his Canadian citizenship, which he did last year. He’s a right of right Republican, beloved by the somewhat nutty tea party.

He’s pro-life, a gun supporter and thinks that the NSA, National Security Agency is not doing enough to monitor people who need monitoring. He’s also most likely not winning the election and will quietly ride back to Texas on a horse with no name.

We are certainly no fashionista, but Michelle Obama’s outfits when in Japan were, shall we say, not flattering to say the least, from hunger at best. Discreet is not in her vocabulary if she’s wearing a screaming bright red, orange and yellow mammoth print outfit – sleeveless of course.

Hey, she may be the nicest person around, but her taste in clothing is the furthest thing from elegant that we’ve ever seen. Someone should introduce her to Kate Middleton. Even at full term in her pregnancy she exudes grace. Blanche, wake up. Ya either have it or ya don’t. Move on.

Can we talk about Starbucks and its CEO Howard Shulz? Ya know Blanche, sometimes people are so smart that they outsmart themselves.

A week ago Shulz decided that those serving coffee in his establishments – of which there are many – should strike up conversations about racial issues with customers. Is he crazy? Did you ever see a busy Starbucks, say around 8:45 am? Who exactly is stopping to ask the dude next to him if he’s happy being Chinese? Or Black? Or Jewish? Or Hispanic. Shulz is a bored soul. He gave this brilliant scheme up after only one week. Someone must have knocked some sense into his head or poured him a strong cup of java laced with vodka.

We’ll talk…

Petulant Leaders? Ya can’t be petulant and a leader. Doesn’t work.

Obama is a very stubborn man. One could also call him petulant. It also shows how much Israel understands reality and Obama lives in some kind of bubble. This was brought to bear in a very real way when it came to light that Obama could not bring himself to call Netanyhu and congratulate him on his stunning victory.

It is rumored that he sent henchmen to Israel to try to sway the election. Jeremy Bird, the architect of the grass-roots and online organizing efforts behind both of Obama’s presidential campaign, was dispatched to Israel to work the same magic there with a group called Victory 15.

Victory 15 is a close ally of the One Voice Movement — a U.S. tax-exempt organization with a subsidiary in Israel that actively worked against Netanyahu. One Voice apparently used $350,000, called ‘dark money’, in State Department grants to to fund its anti-Netanyahu efforts. Seems this is in direct contravention with U.S. law. This could get interesting if someone decides to take the whole thing one step further.

Last night, the genius Pierre Karl Peladeau, who is running for the leadership of the PQ fell in with both feet  during a debate.
His comments are what those who presented that charter of values last year never wanted to reveal. He said that every year that passes, their dream of a country fades further away. Why? Well my dear, because of the ‘ethnics’ moving here.

According the PKP, each year they don’t hold a referendum, they lose another riding due to all those ‘immigrants’. Today of course he backtracked saying, “that he was only stressing the importance of making greater efforts to win the loyalties of newcomers to the province who are vulnerable to the “propaganda machine” of the federal government.”

We say that he should just keep on talking. Each time he opens his mouth, more pearls fall out, making him sound more and more that it’s a good thing his father was born before him.

In a landmark ruling today, the Supreme court of Canada dealt what can only be termed a death-blow to the brainwaves who instituted that Ethics and Religious Culture program. What’s that you ask? Many things, amongst them forcing ethnic schools to teach other religions.

Turns out the Loyola Catholic School in NDG didn’t garner too well having to teach their students about the koran or Yom Kippur. They, as do the Jewish schools don’t mind teaching children about ethics and religion, but it will be from their perspective, not dictated to them by some bureaucrat sitting in Quebec city.

We couldn’t resist this travel tip: What to do if you fall off a cruise ship? It seems that there is a high-tech “man overboard detection system” out there, which uses radar and sensors to notify crew members if someone does fall off a cruise ship. However, the cruise industry has been slow to integrate this technology.

Can we talk? If fall overboard you best have a notarized will signed and sealed because you will be supper for some very big fish in the ocean. Blanche, did you just write that? You’re disgusting. Ich and feh.

Where there’s smoke, there’s usually fire. Rumor has it that Obama has just purchased an $8.7 million mansion in Hawaii. Time will tell.

Did anyone see the picture of Michelle in Japan meeting the Emperor and his wife? First of all, she tripped, seemingly over her own feet and almost landed on top of him. Aside from that, this is one case where a picture is worth a thousand words. We don’t usually give links, but this one is worth looking at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3002178/.

Lest you think that Netanyhu backtracked on his promise the night before the election that there would never be a Palestinian state under his watch, here’s what he said then and here’s where he’s saying today. He is not, as social media is saying retracting anything:

Three days ago he said there could be no Palestinian state while regional violence and chaos persist — conditions that could rule out progress on the issue for many years.

Today he said that he remains committed to Palestinian statehood — if conditions in the region improve. Same thing dudes. Obama can have the biggest temper tantrum he wants. He ain’t running the show.

Good Shabbos
We’ll talk…

How Sweet It Is

What makes us most happy about the Israeli election? Obama has to sit and watch Bibi’s party win in the exit polls. How sweet it is. Over the weekend things seemed to be doom and gloom for the Likud party. The pollsters don’t know everything. Even though the unpopular Tzipi Livni tried to pull a fast one yesterday by saying she would not share the leadership role with Herzog, it didn’t help.

Francois Legault, erstwhile leader of the CAQ here in Quebec is obviously trying to garner attention from the media and it seems he will say anything to get that attention. His genius words: If a family immigrates to Quebec, he decided that they have three years to master the French language and understand Quebec values before being permitted to stay in the province permanently. If they can’t do either of those things – don’t let the door hit you on the way out. Buzz off, disappear, scram. Can we talk?

Although we are certain this Legault dude has a brain, we are not so sure it’s bigger than a pea. This is what he’s worrying about? This is what he is trying to woo the hardliner, dyed-in-the-wool, never-say-die quebec separatists? That’s all he can come up with?

How about worrying about a brand new hospital that hasn’t even opened yet and is already too small? Has he driven around and seen all the for rent signs? Has he not heard how many companies are closing? And he’s worrying that a doctor moving here from Norway won’t be able to understand quebec customs in three years? Here’s what we propose: He should spend a few days sitting in an emergency department somewhere. Let him wait 48 hours lying in a hospital corridor, with no privacy, for a blood test to come back. Then another 18 hours for a room. Let him talk after that. We can guarantee he will be singing another song. What a complete and total loser.

Now here’s something totally off the wall. Ikea in Amsterdam thought it would be a good idea for adults to play hide and seek in their store on a Saturday night when it’s closed. Well, it was such a good idea that 19,000 people signed up to play. Guess what? Ikea called off the game. Honestly, hide and seek in Ikea? We wonder if the lights were going to be open or closed. Moot point now. End game.

Do you sometimes feel that you are overpaying for medicare? Think again. Here’s a list of what some operations could cost you down south:

Appendicitis: San Francisco wins at $19,566 with New York a close second at $18,399
Repair an Achilles tendon: New York wins by a long shot at $47,788.
Tonsillectomy as an outpatient: By far San Francisco wins at $14,253.

If you couldn’t do your job properly what would you do?
Go back to school and learn how to do it better? Ask someone to help? Not so the secret service. They want $8 million to build a replica White House to help train agents after embarrassing security breaches last year. Now that’s special.

Seems the agents are being trained in a parking lot, but the parking lot doesn’t have the bushes and fountains as the White House grounds do. How about this? Go buy a big house in a small town that will cost oh, say $400,000 and practice there. OPM – other people’s money is way easier to spend than your own. If the secret service wants to build a replica of the white house, let them fork over the money. It will be a much more ‘meaningful’ place. Fech.

On Friday there  is  trifecta:  a super moon, the spring equinox and a solar eclipse. No need to roll your eyes Blanche, the eclipse isn’t happening in our part of the world. A total Solar Eclipse will take place in the Faroe Islands and Svalbard (Norway), and a Partial Solar Eclipse in Europe, northern and eastern Asia and northern and western Africa.

Wait Blanche, you never heard of the Faroe Islands? Don’t try playing geography in the car. They are a group of 18 islands located between Iceland and Norway. But we digress. On Friday is the spring equinox. Ya wanna know what that is Blanche? The March equinox marks the moment the Sun crosses the celestial equator – the imaginary line in the sky above the Earth’s equator – from south to north. On the equinox, night and day are nearly exactly the same length – 12 hours – all over the world.

A super moon is the coincidence of a full moon or a new moon with the closest approach the Moon makes to the Earth on its elliptical orbit, resulting in the largest apparent size of the lunar disk as seen from Earth. The technical name is the perigee. Now you know.

We’ll talk…

How Sweet It Is

What makes us most happy about the Israeli election? Obama has to sit and watch Bibi’s party win in the exit polls. How sweet it is. Over the weekend things seemed to be doom and gloom for the Likud party. The pollsters don’t know everything. Even though the unpopular Tzipi Livni tried to pull a fast one yesterday by saying she would not share the leadership role with Herzog, it didn’t help.

Francois Legault, erstwhile leader of the CAQ here in Quebec is obviously trying to garner attention from the media and it seems he will say anything to get that attention. His genius words: If a family immigrates to Quebec, he decided that they have three years to master the French language and understand Quebec values before being permitted to stay in the province permanently. If they can’t do either of those things – don’t let the door hit you on the way out. Buzz off, disappear, scram. Can we talk?

Although we are certain this Legault dude has a brain, we are not so sure it’s bigger than a pea. This is what he’s worrying about? This is what he is trying to woo the hardliner, dyed-in-the-wool, never-say-die quebec separatists? That’s all he can come up with?

How about worrying about a brand new hospital that hasn’t even opened yet and is already too small? Has he driven around and seen all the for rent signs? Has he not heard how many companies are closing? And he’s worrying that a doctor moving here from Norway won’t be able to understand quebec customs in three years? Here’s what we propose: He should spend a few days sitting in an emergency department somewhere. Let him wait 48 hours lying in a hospital corridor, with no privacy, for a blood test to come back. Then another 18 hours for a room. Let him talk after that. We can guarantee he will be singing another song. What a complete and total loser.

Now here’s something totally off the wall. Ikea in Amsterdam thought it would be a good idea for adults to play hide and seek in their store on a Saturday night when it’s closed. Well, it was such a good idea that 19,000 people signed up to play. Guess what? Ikea called off the game. Honestly, hide and seek in Ikea? We wonder if the lights were going to be open or closed. Moot point now. End game.

Do you sometimes feel that you are overpaying for medicare? Think again. Here’s a list of what some operations could cost you down south:

Appendicitis: San Francisco wins at $19,566 with New York a close second at $18,399
Repair an Achilles tendon: New York wins by a long shot at $47,788.
Tonsillectomy as an outpatient: By far San Francisco wins at $14,253.

If you couldn’t do your job properly what would you do?
Go back to school and learn how to do it better? Ask someone to help? Not so the secret service. They want $8 million to build a replica White House to help train agents after embarrassing security breaches last year. Now that’s special.

Seems the agents are being trained in a parking lot, but the parking lot doesn’t have the bushes and fountains as the White House grounds do. How about this? Go buy a big house in a small town that will cost oh, say $400,000 and practice there. OPM – other people’s money is way easier to spend than your own. If the secret service wants to build a replica of the white house, let them fork over the money. It will be a much more ‘meaningful’ place. Fech.

On Friday there  is  trifecta:  a super moon, the spring equinox and a solar eclipse. No need to roll your eyes Blanche, the eclipse isn’t happening in our part of the world. A total Solar Eclipse will take place in the Faroe Islands and Svalbard (Norway), and a Partial Solar Eclipse in Europe, northern and eastern Asia and northern and western Africa.

Wait Blanche, you never heard of the Faroe Islands? Don’t try playing geography in the car. They are a group of 18 islands located between Iceland and Norway. But we digress. On Friday is the spring equinox. Ya wanna know what that is Blanche? The March equinox marks the moment the Sun crosses the celestial equator – the imaginary line in the sky above the Earth’s equator – from south to north. On the equinox, night and day are nearly exactly the same length – 12 hours – all over the world.

A super moon is the coincidence of a full moon or a new moon with the closest approach the Moon makes to the Earth on its elliptical orbit, resulting in the largest apparent size of the lunar disk as seen from Earth. The technical name is the perigee. Now you know.

We’ll talk…

Free Uber Rides

So guess how much Obama’s christmas flight expenses cost? $3,672,798. How does one come up with that number? 17.8 hours in the air round-trip at $206,337.00 per hour. Seems the Obamas are treating the Air Force One like an Uber ride. Special, eh? They certainly learned how to play the system…and the game.

We happened to be in the car today and heard most of Hillary Clinton’s press conference regarding her email controversy. Remember that she used her own private server, located in her own private home for all emails when she was secretary of state? That means of course, that she decides who gets to see what emails and also which emails get deleted.

Today she revealed that about 32,000 personal emails, which amounts to half her inbox were deleted. Of course we will never know if she deleted anything to do with her job or with Benghazi.

She claimed a few times during the press conference that the reason she didn’t use a government email address was that she didn’t want to carry around two devices. And then admitted that decision was not a good one. Can we talk? What exactly is the big deal to throw an extra phone into your purse or briefcase? We’ll tell you. No big deal. She’s good though, diffusing the situation by zeroing in on the crux of the matter.

Rumor has it that she will be announcing her candidacy to run for President on April 1. One thing we can say – don’t mess with her. She commands respect when she speaks, and speaks very well. No um, uhs, no static talking. She sounds almost presidential…

This whole apple watch business is, to say the least, overblown.
Here’s our question: Everything that’s on that watch is on your phone, which mercifully you can see. Try looking at the weather on your watch. Are they giving out magnifying glasses? The font size will most likely be 2 or at best 3. The cost is also crazy – between $350 and $1100.

Here’s the bottom line: People who like to have the ‘first’ of anything will be running to buy it. In a few months Apple will come out with a ‘better’ version of the one they launched yesterday. And finally, Apple will undoubtedly make gzillions of dollars on this because people who are ‘Appler’s’ buy anything Apple that puts out.

The Boston marathon prosecutors are showing some very gruesome videos.
One can only imagine how hard they are to watch, especially for those who were there. There’s no choice however, as the defendant is pleading guilty with a big but. He is claiming his brother made him do it. He was either mesmerized or hypnotized. Get a life.

On one of the videos you can see him calmly walking in the crowd, dropping his knapsack filled with a deadly bomb and then slowly walking away. This trial will be interesting because Tsarnaev is very good-looking and often good-looking people get away with murder – literally. We don’t think that will happen here. We hope the jury will not be blinded.

If you leave valuables in your car, say like your wallet or computer, think again.
It seems that some ingenious thieves have a new device that somehow reads through your codes and in less than a few seconds, can open your car door. No alarm is triggered and they don’t want your car. They want what you brilliantly left, maybe in the glove compartment, thinking that no one could see it. Hallo. Take your stuff with you and leave them your old, moldy and smelly cheese sandwich.

Free Range Kids, oops Chickens – Cluck. Cluck.

That drone business is still happening in Paris. On Tuesday night a  drone was spotted hovering over the current offices of Charlie Hebdo magazine. That’s on top of ten more sightings, all still a mystery. In recent weeks they have been seen  flying over 17 nuclear power plants and a nuclear submarine base, as well as the Elysée Palace, the Eiffel Tower and the US embassy in Paris.

Zut Alors, the gendarme in Paris are telling people not to be nervous. Come on. Wouldn’t you be nervous if little unmanned planes were flying all over your city? People are afraid at one point they will be carrying weapons that will be dropped or explode with the drone. Stay tuned dudes. No answers yet.

Edward Snowden briefly surfaced from somewhere in Moscow via the web. He said he would love to go back to America but knows he won’t get a fair trial. We don’t want to bust his little bubble, but living in Russia under Putin ain’t much safer. Look what happened to Putin’s most visible rival last weekend. Shot in the back in a place that has many cameras, which, mysteriously, were not working at that moment. And guess who’s in charge of the investigation? Putin.

If Snowden were smart, instead of wishing for a fair trial, he should wish for another place to go to – and soon.

Honestly, the mayor of Montreal needs a pill.
Now he’s busy worrying about banning plastic bags. He can’t be serious. That’s what he is choosing to worry about? The fact that water mains are busting all over the city and the potholes can fit our kitchen table – that he’s not talking about. He’s going to save the planet by banning plastic bags here?

Let him go save Japan where they dump hundreds of tons of plastic bags into their personal garbage dump, the ocean. Or how about banning the most useless thing ever invented – the plastic water bottle. He’s turning out to be a big bag of wind.

The Hillary Clinton email business is heating up. Here’s the scoop that is in fact, as we predicted, getting juicier: Clinton had installed a private server at her New York home that allowed her, and not the State Department, to store her e-mail correspondence and later decide which ones to turn over as public records.

Subpoenas were sent by the special House committee probing the 2012 terrorist attack on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi. They got slightly put off, to put it mildly,  when they realized that Clinton’s private e-mail system allowed her to evade scrutiny from investigations and legal proceedings. How convenient is that, eh?

So what do the Clinton’s do when attacked? Nothing. They remained silent until yesterday when Hillary tweeted “I want the public to see my e-mail. I asked State to release them. They said they will review them for release as soon as possible.” The elephant in the room is this: Is she giving them all her emails? The whale in the room: No one will ever know. As one of her supporters said, on a scale of 1-10 in the negative range, this latest scandal is a 12.

If you were planning to fly to New York today, fuggedaboutit. A Delta plane slid off the runway into a fence during yet another snowstorm. All runways are closed until 7:00 pm. Not a pretty place to be for 12 hours and that’s not thinking about the loos. Feh.

Ever hear of ‘free range parents’? What about helicopter parents? Free range parents are exactly what the term implies, allowing their children free range in most aspects of life, with little boundaries. Helicopter parents hover over their children – whirrrrrr. Somewhere in between lies a normal way to raise children.

Two sets of free range parents were cited for allowing their young children to walk home or just walk around busy streets unsupervised. Do they not read a newspaper or go to some news sites on the internet? Do they not know of the mentally ill people wandering around looking to do something not pretty. We will spare you the details. Can we tell free range parents to better worry about free range chickens and keep tabs on their children? Too bad there’s no recipe for brains.

Happy Purim
Good Shabbos

We’ll talk…

Bibi…

Today was the first time in history that Queen Esther got a standing ovation in the House of Congress after Bibi gave over the story of Purim in a nutshell. His entrance was equally moving as he slowly made his way to the podium to a sustained and very loud standing ovation. It was a proud moment for all Jews.

It is very clear to most people that Iran wants to wipe Israel off the map. In fact, they want to wipe all Jews off the map and have said that if all the Jews went to Israel it would save them time and effort as we would all be in one place. Obama does not see things this way. He also doesn’t live in Israel.

Don’t you think that if a deal is being brokered with Iran and Israel is the one on the front line, Israel should be at the table negotiating?

Many believe the real reason the administration opposed Netanyahu’s speech is because he told the truth about Iran’s nuclear threat and the administration wants to cover up what could ultimately become a very bad deal. Iran wants nuclear weapons. And yet the U.S. is promoting the fiction that despite past behavior and the apocalyptic statements by its leaders, Iran will agree to stop its nuclear program. It will not. And that is what Bibi went to Washington to tell the world. And he did a darn good job of it.

Can you believe that during Clinton’s four years as Secretary of State, she used a private e-mail account rather than a government-issued one? The repercussions are mind-blowing.

What will undoubtedly pop up here is the Benghazi affair. If she was not using a government email address then there will be no trace of her emails. Oops, I deleted them. If you want to cut to the chase, here’s the question to ask: The issue is intent. Was she doing it deliberately to avoid having her emails tracked, and was there classified information? Will we ever find out? Knowing the Clintons and their penchant for coming back, let’s bet this is a mere blimp on the screen. Watch this story carefully. It could get nice and juicy.

Isis supporters have threatened Twitter employees, including co-founder Jack Dorsey specifically, with death over the social network’s practice of blocking accounts associated with the group.

“You started this failed war … We told you from the beginning it’s not your war, but you didn’t get it and kept closing our accounts on Twitter, but we always come back. But when our lions come and take your breath, you will never come back to life.”

isis is known for their fear tactics. The truth is, if we were working at twitter these days, we would be rather nervous. Especially if we thought about Charlie Hebdo.

One more thing about Bibi’s speech. Obama made sure not to watch it. Early today he scheduled some sort of conference call to avoid the embarrassment of having to watch someone who can actually speak without that static stop and go, who has an unbelievable vocabulary and who stands up as a leader.

Crowdfunding is the newest buzz word.
Two men, one living in Vancouver the other in Toronto started a crowd fund to raise money for the women who was not allowed to plead her case here in Montreal as she was wearing a hijab. They set out to raise $20,000 and have raised close to $50,000 so far. Trouble is, the woman is on welfare and if they find out she has money, poof! just like that her monthly checks will disappear. What is one supposed to do with all that money? Give it all to her? Spread the wealth? Not sure.

Marengo, the genius judge has had a complaint filed against her. Honestly, the woman needs therapy. Anyone out there know a good shrink?