Monthly Archives: July 2016

Police Launch ‘Don’t Touch Me’ Wristbands to Stop Migrant Sex Attacks in Sweden

Nice idea folks but unfortunately they forgot that most new immigrants to Sweden don’t read Swedish. How this is going to work is not known at this time as this is a new idea that police have to try and curb the incredible high molestation and rape cases in Sweden from the thousands of Muslim immigrants. The Swedish police to their credit are trying to set a reasonable rule here and they should be applauded. Whether it works is a different story.

Sweden’s police chief unveiled the force’s latest weapon in the fight against sexual assault: wristbands reading “Don’t touch me”

A recent Swedish press release warns that groping is a crime. Keep reading!

People would lose their minds if this commercial ran today

Mattel Tommy Burst TV commercial 1960s! Rare early 60s tv commercial for Mattel’s Tommy Burst submachine gun detective set. This was my favorite toy of all time. Load in some fresh caps, pull the bolt back, and it made a God-awful noise and it produced a small cloud of smoke around the barrel tip. It was fantastic!! Guaranteed to take your friends & relatives down, one at a time.

So did you have one of these when you were a kid? It was incredibly common to see commercials like this on for Mattel’s “Tommy Burst Detective Set” in the 1960s. You’ll never see a commercial like this again, or find a toy set this awesome for as little as $7.00!

We should relish taking the fight beyond ketchup

Nice article to read on the continuing battle to prepare Canadian foods in Canada as Ontario’s food woes stretch beyond one section of the condiment aisle. This an article from Jennifer Wells.

Premier Kathleen Wynne’s tweet last week re: the French’s ketchup brouhaha may have been meant as the last word on the subject. But really, it’s just the beginning of a conversation.

It’s time for Ms. Wynne to start thinking about pickles.

But we’ll get to that.

Wynne was photographed at the checkout counter of a supermarket, bagging her bottles of French’s, with the accompanying tweet: “Proud to buy Ontario-grown. We’ve invested in Leamington’s Highbury Canco plant where French’s ketchup is made!”

A stickler for accuracy will point out those bottles of French’s actually rolled off a processing line in Ohio. Keep reading!