The prime minister asked the NDP leader why it was that his party repaid his legal expenses to the tune of $100,000 in a libel case.

The simple answer there is “1. I didn’t claim that the money came from my subbordinates pockets 2. It wasn’t because of theft of money from the tax payers 3. I WASN’T APPOINTED BY THE PM”

Rob Ford, unfiltered: “It’s a year until we’re back at the polls, folks, and I’m just drooling, I’m absolutely salivating for this next election.”

Does he know that the footage of his stumblebum ass falling over holding a football is going to be played WALL TO WALL in Toronto fo the whole campaign? It’ll be on a motion billboard on the Gardiner and along the lakeshore; “Rob ford Falls down” and ‘

Leaders of the Church have often been Narcissuses, gratified and sickeningly excited by their courtiers. The court (around the Pope) is the leprosy of the papacy.

Pope Francis

The night the program aired, the C.E. Hooper ratings service telephoned 5,000 households for its national ratings survey. “To what program are you listening?” the service asked respondents. Only 2 percent answered a radio “play” or “the Orson Welles program,” or something similar indicating CBS. None said a “news broadcast,” according to a summary published in Broadcasting. In other words, 98 percent of those surveyed were listening to something else, or nothing at all, on Oct. 30, 1938. This miniscule rating is not surprising. Welles’ program was scheduled against one of the most popular national programs at the time—ventriloquist Edgar Bergen’s Chase and Sanborn Hour, a comedy-variety show.

“The War of the Worlds” was outdone by a RADIO VENTRILIQUIST… A RADIO VENTRILIQUIST. Imagine somone describing a puppet show to you. That’s what beat out “The War of the Worlds” uh WOW