So when a judges robes have red on them does that mean they're really high level?
I think higher court judges have red tabs on their robes. Why do you ask? Red tabbed robe judge smoking crack with Rob?
I'm in Etobicoke, so there are a lot of Ford signs, on people's lawns as opposed to public property.
Fortunately, none on my street. I don't need to move.
I've seen 3 Ford signs out here in Ward 44 on front lawns. One is on my street and he voted for Rob in 2010. The guy is an inconsiderate, self-absorbed cheapskate, so it doesn't surprise me that he's voting for Doug.I'm in frikkin Swansea and was shocked and horrified to see one on my street. Get the eff across the river with the rest of your kind and blow up the bridge behind you.
I'm in frikkin Swansea and was shocked and horrified to see one on my street. Get the eff across the river with the rest of your kind and blow up the bridge behind you.
Repaired that for you. Nothing is unbelievable with FoFam.It would be more believable if he underweighted by 10% and charge 10% more...that is in fact a more realistic scenario for 1/4lber's and ouncers....
.What bothers me most of the "White Privilege" question is what Tory DID NOT SAY during it
Again perfect opportunity to bring up the light to how certain black people dealing with drugs are promoted as criminals, but certain white people doing the same is a "disease". It was a great opportunity to split off Ford's black vote as Ford in the past being the one who wants to put black youth away with a "tough on crime" agenda while same time is doing the same thing. Hell what a heck of an opportunity to say how black youth lives are ruined with drug possession charges, while the same white established government people who want to put them away do the same thing while they were young and it's excused as "just experimenting" or even doing so now.
Again Tory can even say something like "I don't believe in White Privilege but there's definitely a double standing when dealing with issues, and the entitled Ford Family is exhibit A".