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How to Make a Grasshopper with Péché

What better drink to enjoy in keeping with our green theme than a grasshopper? Larry Miller is an expert behind the bar over at Péché 65 more words

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The Nutty Professor (1996)

Without Eddie Murphy, it’s impossible to imagine The Nutty Professor working as well as it does. The 1996 remake of the 1963 Jerry Lewis vehicle is directed by Tom Shadyac and has a certain zany spirit, but it’s the performance(s) of its star that really sends it over the top. 645 more words

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Full Pundit: Canada regulates everything. Why not prostitution and marijuana sales?

Legalize it
Conceivably, William Watson observes in the Ottawa Citizen, it could one day soon be illegal to buy sex but legal to sell it; and illegal to sell marijuana but functionally legal to possess it. 969 more words

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John Ivison: Conservatives warn of diminishing Parliamentary power

The NDP’s appeal for the Federal Court to overturn a decision by the House of Commons’ governing body has been blasted by a Conservative backbencher as an attempt to take away power from Parliament and turn it over to the judiciary. 777 more words

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Blogiversary Bash: Where the Wild Things Are

Time for more celebrating! I tell you what, Blogiversary Bash has been amazing so far, and this post is absolutely no exception! I’m thrilled that Abbi from… 204 more words

Collaborations

Garcetti's F-bomb Unbecoming a Mayor

When Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti declared “this is a big f—ing day” while holding up a bottle of beer on live television at Monday’s rally celebrating the Los Angeles Kings winning the National Hockey League’s Stanley Cup I thought I was watching a promo for the upcoming “Dumb and Dumber” sequel.  526 more words

Obscenity

Larry Miller, The Scene Swansea - June 2014

The Scene in Swansea has opened its doors and will be delivering The Blues and other music genres in the heart of Swansea. It is good to see that the gigging venue formerly known as Milkwoodjam is back in business. 561 more words

Music