Wednesday, November 27th, 2013

The Rob Ford Chronicles

It’s Thanksgiving week here in the US, and I’ll be off until after the holiday. But I figure, what better to leave you with than a little humor at Canada’s expense?

First, Saturday Night Live’s take on Rob Ford. The embed likely won’t show in a reader or such, so to watch, click here.

And next, Chris Farley stars in Rob Ford the Movie. If the video doesn’t display for you, click here.

Incidentally, although the crack video has now been found, I stand by my previous assertions that dubious reporting and the underhanded ways people tried to get Ford removed from office were wrong. In fact, I think they fuel the persecution complex that helps explain why even today Ford is more popular in Toronto than President Obama and Congress are here.

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Cities: Toronto

One Response to “The Rob Ford Chronicles”

  1. Quimbob says:

    There’s a porn parody “sex tape”, too. Here’s non-porn out takes on HuffPo.

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