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Sunday, January 08, 2006

Jack Layton = Video Professor




The other night an infomercial came on for the Video Professor. At first I thought it was a campaign ad for Jack Layton. Now I understand that Jack Layton is the Video Professor. Can you tell the difference?

That is all.

9 Comments:

Blogger Superdude said...

He's got my vote.

1:11 PM

 
Blogger enthrall said...

Who the hell's the video professor?

3:18 PM

 
Anonymous iain said...

This, Mr. Enthrall, is the video professor:

http://www.videoprofessor.com/

You obviously don't watch enough crappy TV. :-)

9:33 PM

 
Blogger Ladysir said...

Well observed.

I've always thought Video Professor Layton looks like Dabney Coleman? (See for yourself):www.port.hu/cinema/pic_person/sk_018599.jpg
Not just the adversary of the other federal parties, but Matthew Broderick and Ally Sheedy as well.

10:09 PM

 
Anonymous collin said...

You leave Jack Layton alone. He's got enough to deal with without you smart-mouth punks.
Also, my current town is about to become very famous as the Canadian Women's hockey team was here last night for an exhibition game, and had there dressing room stripped of valuables, including a couple wedding rings, between periods.
Show 'em that class, Gas City!
-Collin

3:45 PM

 
Blogger enthrall said...

"Gas City"... funny.

Swiping cash and baubles from a locker room... not funny. Asshole(s).

3:56 PM

 
Blogger Ladysir said...

What about the laundry detergent? Did they take that?

7:19 PM

 
Anonymous collin said...

What about the laundry detergent? Did they take that?

That's pretty tenious but anything's possible in this godless country-gone-wrong. This may have convinced me to vote for the Tories.

7:40 PM

 
Blogger Dave said...

From today's Toronto Star:

"Conservative Leader Stephen Harper says he's ready to reopen the debate over Canadian participation in the American missile defence system.

The missile defence initiative, combined yesterday with a Harper pledge to turn his back on the Kyoto accord and his refusal to endorse a $5 billion deal for aboriginal aid, could signal the type of major policy realignment Canadians can expect under a Harper government."

Apparently today's Globe compares Harper to Ricky on the Trailer Park Boys. That, if anything, should convice you to vote for the Tories.

Hmmm... does that make the other two major candidates Julian and Bubbles?

11:15 AM

 

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