Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Sickboy, Jul 23, 2015.
Even the worst section of a Canadian city (Vancouver) is still pretty good.
some old lady dropped a head of lettuce at the supermarket the other day
I thought about picking it up-- but she did instead
I still give myself credit for considering it
this cop has a very soothing voice
fucker damn near put me to sleep
srsly though, that was touching ._.
Vancouver may be nice - too bad you have to go to Canada to visit it.
I think the Mountie should be charged with fraud. He grifted 24 loon's from the citizens pretending to be hand I capable.
Canada summed up perfectly, by the formerly great Colin Quinn
I was stationed in Canada (newfoundland) during my stint in the Coast Guard many years ago. A nicer country and people you can not find anywhere on the Globe.
Nice. But seriously, how much credit should we ( all us good ppl ) give ourselves for being kind to and not victimizing powerless, vulnerable people?
I thought this thread was going to be about High Pitch Eric mooching for more than a walker.
sounds like propaganda
that is really a bad neighbourhood with drugs and hookers, etc. isn't it?
he should try it here:
Man in wheelchair beaten into an induced coma. Police say the attack was drug-related.
What this shows is what I know. 99 percent of people are good people you just hear about the shitty 1 percent all the time
The news and media outlets, apart from the occasional fluff piece article when things get too intense, don't make money telling people all the good stuff happening in the world. They focus and concentrate on propagating fear and the unknown so you'll tune in later
For the most part people are good, this just shows that
Try that in Baltimore and your wheelchair will be stolen inside of three hours.
This is from a High School in the great city I was born. OAKLAND CA
He should try this in Detroit
I bet she put it back in the bin and took a clean one. Dirty pig.
He's Canadian. They have that effect on everyone.
mmmmm, let's say 80/20.
He's obviously not Canadian.