If there is anything HIGHER than the real estate prices in Canada, it’s gotta be Mayor Rob Ford …
Rob Ford video: ‘I need f—ing 10 minutes to make sure he’s dead’
Mayor Rob Ford: “I’m Going to Kill That F**king Guy”
The Toronto Star posted a video this morning of everyone’s favorite crack-smoking Toronto mayor Rob Ford screaming until all of his ass hair lips burned off and ranting about wanting to rip out a dude’s throat. It hasn’t been confirmed yet, but I’m pretty sure this video was shot in your nana’s “nice” dining room. It also hasn’t been confirmed yet, but I’m pretty sure Rob Ford freaks out like this every time they forget to give him an extra thing of gravy at KFC.
As an aide-type fans the crack flames of rage shooting out of his being, Toronto’s mayor paces back and forth while going on and on about how he wants to murder a dude. Now you know what it would look like if Chris Farley’s Van Down by the River character got high on the wrong kind of bath salts. Here’s just a few piping hot dingles that dropped out of Mayor McMessy’s mouth:
“I’m going to kill that f**king guy. I’m telling you it’s first-degree murder.”
“But when he’s down, I’ll rip his f**king throat.”
“That little prick’s a racist fuck, daddy.”
“I just need to go, f**king by myself in my f**king underwear. I want to go with this guy.” (Note: If I got a crack rock for every time I said that, I’d be as high as this ho.)
“…..don’t tell me we’re liars, thieves, birds—it hurts.”
I love the underwear line, but he isn’t giving himself enough credit. If he showed up in his panties, he wouldn’t need to rip the dude’s throat out. Because any medical professional will tell you that the quickest way to a heart attack is to look at Rob Ford in his chonies.
And of course, Rob has already apologized and said that he was kind of sort of drunk.
“The Toronto Star just released a video that I was very, very inebriated. All I can say is, again, I’ve made mistakes. I just wanted to come out and tell you I saw a video. It’s extremely embarrassing. The whole world’s going to see it. You know what? I don’t have a problem with that. I hope none of you have ever or will ever be in that state. Obviously, I was extremely, extremely inebriated.”
More like extremely CRACKED OUT. Only cats, body-less pigs and crackheads would use “bird” as an insult.
A few days ago …
Affordable housing on waterfront property? Toronto Mayor Rob Ford says no-way
Thursday, October 31, 2013
‘No affordable housing on the waterfront’, says Toronto Mayor Rob Ford
The fuss over affordable housing along Toronto’s waterfront
Many parts of Toronto’s waterfront are spectacular, but some of the shoreline is memorable for concrete rubble and struggling grassland that seems to whisper: Stay Away.A planned $1.1 billion dollar development could really spruce up the place. And staff at city hall suggest that the big views of Lake Ontario won’t just be for the rich – affordable rental housing will be part of the waterfront as well.Well, maybe not on Mayor Rob Ford’s waterfront.
“You don’t use your waterfront for affordable housing, that’s the first thing, but when you get an opportunity to get the feds and the province on board obviously you gotta take advantage of that. So, I’m split. The location to me is ridiculous. But then again, you get the province and the feds to give us money for affordable housing, which we need, and put it somewhere else, yes we need that. Where that other location will be, we’re not quite sure. But it shouldn’t be on the waterfront”
Rob Ford, Toronto Mayor
Like many of the mayor’s opinions, this one faces stiff opposition. Critics say his perspective is out-dated and reinforces ghetto stereotypes.
We did request an interview with Toronto Mayor Rob Ford. Our request was left unanswered.
Matthew McGuire believes cities should just get out of the landlord business all together. He is the President and founder of the Toronto Taxpayers Coalition. He was in Toronto.
in favour of challenging the
perception of low-income housing.
(Jemal Countess/Getty Images)
“The safety and assurance of long-term affordability gives a family a chance to build a foundation and start moving forward. And when affordable housing offers benefit like multiple exposures to let in light, thoughtful construction that draws in the breeze, and rooftop greenspaces to grow food and cultivate friendships, I think it really does start a life-improving ripple that has the ability to power, er, transform not this neighbourhood, but set an example for everyone else.”
Michael Bloomberg, New York City Mayor
New York Mayor, Michael Bloomberg is one of the richest men in the world. He praises the affordability of the Via Verde, a subsidized housing complex in the New York City’s South Bronx neighborhood. He feels the natural light and roof-top gardens can help transform society. Via Verde is one of many housing projects designed to challenge understanding of low-income housing.
Avi Friedman has worked on similar projects. He is a professor at McGill University’s School of Architecture and he also co-founded the school’s Affordable Homes graduate program. Avi Friedman was in Montreal.