Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Why I Don't Read The Toronto Star

Heather Mallick, Toronto writer, by Michelle Q...                                          Image via Wikipedia
This is what passes for reporting at the Toronto Star:
"Voting for Ford is like sleeping with someone to get revenge on your spouse.... It is Oct. 26, the day after the election, and you wake in a hard, unfamiliar bed. Your eyeballs are congealed chip fat and your contact lenses have gone crispy. Your liver is en route somewhere. You appear to be missing a tooth. And there's something in bed next to you. It is the sweaty, beer-smelling oik from the bar last night." -- Heather Mallick
For what it's worth, the reporter seems to be writing from first-hand knowledge.

As reported in The National Post.
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6 comments:

Edmund Onward James said...

The shameless Star is now preparing their activist role for the provincial and federal Liberals. Great! Conservatives are sure to win more seats the harder they insult. And you can be rest assured the Star will attack Ford every day and prepare for Adam in 2014.

antfrm said...
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Anonymous said...

You didn't read her latest? Today she insulted all Ford voters as being angry and irrational for no reason. This chick isn't fit to write for the communist international. (real conservative)

Anonymous said...

she still around? i guess the lefties that continue to read her garbage prove with every written article that they are the dumbest people on the planet.

brad

Springer said...

Can't think of a good use for the Star, other than it might make for good lining for a cat's litter box...assuming, of course, one pretty much hates his cat.

RkBall said...

Hoarfrost said...

"seems to be writing from first-hand knowledge"

Maybe not an odd thought. That was my first impression as well.

[etc.]

"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"