Daily Aggregation: Kung Fury

daily-aggregation-21. NO DECENT PIZZA IN REGINA? Um, okay? Wait, no. Try Beer Bros. Blue Shroom, O’Hanlon’s Joe Fromaggio or the Artful Dodger’s Best Basil. I’m sure commentators will have other suggestions. That said, there’s always room for more great pizza. I’d love a Terroni, or a place that made great Chicago-style pizza.

2. STRIPPERS HAVE INFILTRATED REGINA! Citizen Harold Lutzer says, “I think we need to see a lot of this cleaned up in our city”. Meanwhile, some people are annoyed the city voted against the license application, which had been recommended for approval by city administration. The Leader-Post had a story here. L-P City Hall reporter Natascia Lypny says in the video that councillors told here they’ve never seen this level of community opposition. I don’t know which councillors told her that, but I respectfully suggest that any councillors who were around for the condo conversion era or the waste-water plant controversy who said this either have amnesia or are lying more lies than a legion of dirty lying liars lying on rugs.

3. A MAJOR CANADIAN CITY IS UNDER A BOIL WATER ADVISORY The water however might be fine. Read more here.

4. RED HOT CAVEMAN SEX An anatomically modern human skull found in an Israeli cave suggests things about stuff. Science stuff. Does that sound boring? Well, what if I told you this is a story of sweet, sexy homo sapien-on-Neanderthal action? Got your attention now?

5. HELLO CROW A rescued bird named Jet surprised staff and volunteers at a Manitoba wildlife centre when it asked “who’s outside”?.

6. THE CAT CAME BACK Bart was hit by a car and buried. He’s doing well.

7. DON’T GET EXOTIC PETS YOU AREN’T ABLE TO LOOK AFTER Irresponsible pet ownership is a sign of human shittiness.

8. A LAYTON IN MULCAIR’S CLOTHING? Thomas Walkom reviews the federal NDP’s election platform. I prefer reading about whether ideas are good rather than whether they’re good strategy, personally. Still a decent read.

9. THE UN-BLIZZARD New York wasn’t massacred by snow as expected, so hooray!

10. GREECE SAYS NOPE The new prime minister condemns forced austerity during a humanitarian catastrophe.

VIDEO: I’VE FOUND A POTENTIAL PARTNER FOR WOLF COP Facebook has belatedly alerted me to an important kickstarter thing. Behold.

http://youtu.be/72RqpItxd8M

Author: Stephen Whitworth

Prairie Dog editor Stephen Whitworth was carried to Regina in a swarm of bees. He's been with Prairie Dog since May 1999 and will die at his keyboard before admitting his career a terrible, terrible mistake.

5 thoughts on “Daily Aggregation: Kung Fury”

  1. As per the “good policy vs good strategy” for the federal NDP…. yes, in theory, but Mulcair has been by all pundits considered an excellent opposition leader and he was rewarded with a lowered approval rating. So perhaps BOTH is the best line of attack in Canadian politics.

  2. Have you tried Solo Italia pizza from Ogema? Made by an Italian who has been in Saskatchewan for a couple of years. Our favorite is Blue Cheese Pear Walnut pizza. OMG!!!
    Someone convince him to open a restaurant in Regina already! We get our dose by ordering online with Regina’s Local and Fresh.

  3. I live in the GTA, and let me tell you, I sure miss Regina-style pizza.
    Perhaps one day I’ll have to venture out to Windsor to see what the deal is.

  4. 1. Pretty much 80% of YQR pizza is..the same pizza.

    I’ve worked in a few Za joints here.
    They all use similar suppliers, same ingredients,( sausage IS salami & i’ve Never seen back bacon, thats Ham, Mozzarella… ya right.), dough making techniques, same ovens ..

    All Chicago cut.( a greasy mess ).rarely sliced.

    The problem with Yqr za, is that the ovens used aren’t Dedicated just to the pizza itself.
    It’s hard to keep an oven at 600 degrees when the door is constantly being open & closed.

    Soggy bottoms … GAAAK !

    You want good pizza ? order at 3pm.

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