Daily Aggregation: Where Are You?

daily-aggregation-21. RUSSIAN TROOPS HAVE ENTERED THE BASE! RUSSIAN TROOPS HAVE ENTERED THE >>SKRRRZZZT<< Russian soldiers are in Ukraine. Ugh. Apparently they never saw this map.

2. MEET THE BEST DRESSLERED TEAM IN THE CFL The Riders signed the guy. More here.

3. THE PREMIERS ARE MEETING Yes they are, and they’re talking about what they call trade barriers.

4. RECOVERED RUBBLE RECALLS DYNAMITED CULTURE Hey, here’s a good reminder about how we’ve treated aboriginals in this province over the years.

5. SPEAKING OF ABORIGINALS Here’s  a CBC piece on what a national inquiry into missing and murdered women might look like. The Canadian Press has a story on this, too.

6. A FUN NEW ROB FOR SURPRISE “Toronto Mayor Rob Ford had his high school players roll in goose droppings, threatened to beat up a teacher, showed up drunk at a practice and reneged on a promise to buy $5,000 worth of football helmets for his team, according to internal school board documents released today.” Ha ha ha ha ha! In other Toronto news, looks like Olivia Chow is shitting the bed.

7. CANADA’S JUSTICE MINISTER POSES FOR A PICTURE WEARING A PRO-ASSAULT RIFLE T-SHIRT Dunno what else to say about this.

8. EVANGELINE LILLY OBJECTS TO HARPER’S WAR ON SCIENCE “People need [scientific] information. They need that base objective standard that they can test their decisions against.” More here. In other news, 58 per cent of Canadians do not have basic scientific knowledge.

9. REAL SUPERMEN DON’T TELL JOKES Apparently Warner Bros. doesn’t want jokes in their superhero movies. All right, then.

VIDEO: WHERE ARE YOU? Chad VanGaalen released Shrink Dust back in April. The album got good reviews (here’s ours). Now there’s a freaky new video for the song “Where Are You”. If you like weird, disturbing, surrealistic imagery, you’ll like this.

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.