around doing errands, and planning to put things back
in order after the Artwalk studio tour, I settled in to
watch Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert. If I were an
American I'd be joining Jon Stewart's Rally to Restore Sanity
in Washington. I know I'd have fun, and laugh with
at minimum thousands of people who find his humour
funny. Plus of course I understand his serious message.
Jon Stewart on The Daily Show
He asks the burning questions of the day -- with humour
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We could use some Canadian comedians organizing
a similar march here, as Torontonians seem to be
on the brink of voting in Rob Ford, the current front
runner in the campaign for Mayor of Toronto, who makes
no bones about the fact that he was charged with DUI in
1999 and for assault and threatening death in a 2008
incident with his wife. But he doesn't have a criminal record.
Every intelligent person I know is against the idea of
voting him in, but what does his predicted majority
say about our city? A lot of us are very concerned.
Of course in their Washington rallies Colbert and Stewart
are trying to provide an alternative to bizarre figures who are
popular for no reason I can get like Glenn Beck.
Don't worry I won't stay on this theme.
Have an enjoying-whatever-makes-you-laugh day.
P. S. If this is too heavy and you feel like looking on
the lighter side hit the link above.