Author: Scott

Study Finds Significant Sexual Violence Against The LGBTQ Community

New numbers from Statistics Canada show members of the LGBTQ community are nearly three times more likely than heterosexuals to experience sexual or physical assault. The 2018 survey was based on safety in public and private places. The findings also show sexual minorities are much more likely than heterosexuals to report having been victimized at some point since the age … Read more

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Ontario And Quebec Tag-Team The Feds For More Healthcare Funding – Full COVID19 Update

The premiers of Ontario and Quebec are calling on the federal government to commit to a significant increase in health-care transfers to the provinces. Premier Ford and Quebec’s Francois Legault say the increase is needed because the pandemic has amplified existing pressures on provincial health-care systems. They made the commitment following a two-day summit in Mississauga. They also agreed to … Read more

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Caulking Issues And You Can’t Try A Sex Toy Before You Buy It

Scott’s caulking issue and the high price of good wood, Experts are charging money to rate a man’s unit, Ellen will address the controversy about her show, the 2020 Songs of Summer, Break public health rules and a woman was arrested for trying out a sex toy at the store. … Read more

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Nike Is Selling Freddy Krueger Sneakers for Halloween

Meet the new Air Max 95s, inspired by “Nightmare on Elm Street” villain Freddy Krueger. The design is based on Freddy’s striped sweater, although they used red and brown, but not any green. Inside on the heels, there’s a … Read more

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Ford Calls Out Brampton, Toronto And Ottawa – Full COVID19 Update

Premier Ford say a recent uptick in COVID19 cases is largely being driven by increases in Brampton, Toronto and Ottawa. But, Ford says his government is not yet at that point where it might consider re-imposing tougher public health restrictions in some regions. He says it might get there if people keep ignoring current guidelines and transmission of the coronavirus … Read more

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Spots Where A Tattoo Hurts The Most And Free Tuition For 2020

The parts of your body where a tattoo hurts the most, A woman’s birthday gift to herself, Hiring nude maids, More than half of people under 30 now live with their parents, Scott wants all student debt forgiven, Telephone Tuesday and violating COVID19 restrictions. … Read more

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The New KFC Famous Chicken Chicken Sandwich Is Now Available Nation-Wide

As of yesterday, KFC Canada’s latest innovation, the KFC Famous chicken Chicken Sandwich, is available nation-wide. The sandwich features KFC’s legendary Extra Crispy seasoning and premium Canadian ingredients that set the standard for what a truly famous fried chicken sandwich should taste like. Because you can’t have a famous sandwich without famous chicken.

The KFC Famous Chicken Chicken Sandwich is … Read more

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Mountain Dew Experimenting With Gingerbread Flavour For The Holidays

If carbonated gingerbread sounds good to you, get excited.  Mountain Dew has been testing a new gingerbread-flavoured drink for the holidays. It’s called Snap’d. Someone got their hands on the promotional artwork and posted screenshots online.  Reactions are mixed so far.  Some people think it sounds gross.  Others say to keep an open mind, because ALL of Mountain Dew’s weird … Read more

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A Drive-Thru Dinosaur Exhibit Is Coming To Bingemans

“The Museum” and Bingemans have teamed up to bring dinosaurs to Waterloo Region this Fall. Like the annual Bingeman’s Christmas lights display, this will be a drive-thru event that is dedicated to the Mesozoic Era. It will feature about 30 animatronic dinosaurs. The Drive-Thru runs from Saturday, October 10 to Sunday, October 25, with Wednesdays set aside for “Walk-Thru” customers. … Read more

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For The First Time Since March, Students Start Returning To School This Week – Full COVID19 Update

Today is the day after Labour Day. But it’s not your typical first day of school. It’s a staggered re-entry to class, for those are will be attending in person. At some point this week, most kids will be going to school at least once. In some boards, the start date has been pushed back as far as September 15th. … Read more

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Listener DM’s and Privatizing The LCBO

Getting caught up on listener DM’s, a great story about a couple that wanted to adopt and privatizing the LCBO.… Read more

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Recall On Some Popular Peaches Over Possible Salmonella contamination

The number of cases of Salmonella linked to US peaches has risen by 15 to a total of 48. The Public Health Agency of Canada says the cases are all in Quebec and Ontario and involve yellow, white and organic peaches from California-based grower Prima Wawona sold between June 1st and August 22nd. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says people … Read more

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Seven Cops Suspended In Daniel Prude Death Investigation

Seven police officers involved in the suffocation death of Daniel Prude last spring in Rochester, New York, have been suspended by the city’s mayor. An angry Mayor Lovely Warren says she was misled for months about the circumstances of the fatal encounter. Prude, a Black man, died when he was … Read more

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Chef Claims If You Have Grill Marks On Your Steak – You Did It Wrong

Many of us have been making a critical mistake when it comes to cooking meat in the great outdoors.  Lennox Hastie is the chef at Sydney restaurant Firedoor, where there are no ovens or stoves and every dish is grilled, smoked, baked or warmed by fire – so he knows a thing or two about cooking on an open … Read more

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Taco Bell Removing Mexican Pizza And Shredded Chicken From Menu, Adding New Chicken Chipotle Melt

Taco Bell announced yesterday that in November it will remove Mexican pizza, items with shredded chicken – including the Shredded Chicken Soft Taco, Shredded Chicken Burrito and Shredded Chicken Quesadilla Melt – as it continues to streamline the menu.  Fresh diced tomatoes also are scheduled to replace pico de gallo and a couple of new items will be added like … Read more

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Canadians Not Confident In The Economy As Debt Hits Record Levels – Full COVID19 Update

A global poll is suggesting confidence in the Canadian economy took a nosedive over the summer. Sixty-one per cent of Canadians surveyed for the Pew Research Center describe the current economic situation as bad, sharply higher than the 27 per cent who said that last year. But 48 per cent expect the economy to improve over the next 12 months, … Read more

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Feeling Bad For Flight Attendants And Boneless Chicken Wings

Explaining why there was no podcast yesterday, new DQ candles, putting kids to bed, A few People of Florida stories, new Reese’s snacks are coming in December, new iPhone models are coming in October, Flying is rough these days and a plea to change the name of “Boneless” chicken wings. … Read more

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Man Goes Before City Council And Passionately Pleads To Rename “Boneless Chicken Wings”

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Andrew Christensen went before the Lincoln, Nebraska City Council and delivered his inspired and passionate plea to ditch the name “boneless chicken wings.”  He appeared before the City Council on Monday and delivered the best speech you’ll see in 2020.  “Lincoln has the opportunity to be a social leader in this Read more

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Majority Of Camping Trips Now Include Tech – Many Are Even Ordering Food To Their Campsite

Does traditional camping even exist anymore?  Or has “glamping” completely taken over?  A new survey found 83% of us take our gadgets along when camping now.  And 41% of people wouldn’t even … Read more

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Auto Brakes And Collision Warnings Could Prevent 40 Percent Of Truck Rear-End Crashes

A new study in the US says that safety features such as automatic emergency braking and forward collision warnings could prevent more than 40 per cent of crashes in which semis rear-end other vehicles. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety also found that when crashes happen, the systems cut the speeds by 50 per cent, reducing damage and injuries. The … Read more

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Erin O’Toole Introduces Candice Bergen As Deputy Leader Of The Federal Conservatives

Manitoba MP Candice Bergen is the new deputy Conservative Party leader. Bergen was first elected in 2008 and over the years has been a junior cabinet minister and the party’s House leader. New party Leader Erin O’Toole says he … Read more

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Ford Thanks Principals And Teachers – Snubs Union Bosses – Full COVID19 Update

Premier Doug Ford insists the province is ready for the return to school beginning next week — despite concerns expressed by teachers and some parents. Ford praised the work of principals in the school system yesterday and continued his attack on teachers’ unions, which he has accused of playing politics with the issue. During his daily COVID19 briefing, yesterday he … Read more

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Krispy Kreme Now Has A Pumpkin-Spiced Doughnut Collection

Krispy Kreme is jumping aboard the cinnamon-scented bandwagon in a big way, adding an entire “collection” of pumpkin spice doughnuts to its repertoire.  Starting yesterday, participating locations of Krispy Kreme will be offering four pumpkin-spiced doughnuts, including: the Pumpkin Spice Original Glazed, billed as a “twist” on the original; a Pumpkin Spice Cake Doughnut, also covered … Read more

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Lots More Pot Shops Are Coming To Ontario

Ontario’s cannabis store regulator is promising to double the number of retail stores it authorizes over the next few months. The Alcohol and Gaming Commission says it will step up the pace of its approvals process at the province’s direction. In April, the Ontario government said the AGCO would start issuing 20 retail store authorizations per month. The AGCO says … Read more

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Papa John’s Now Offering The Ultimate Hawaiian Pizza

Papa John’s announced yesterday that it has partnered with Dole to supply pineapple for its pies.  “At Papa John’s, we believe that pineapple belongs on pizza,” Paul Fabre, the chain’s senior vice president of product innovation, said in a written statement.  The pizzeria will offer Dole’s pineapple tidbits on its “super Hawaiian pizza” starting this … Read more

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Woman Calls The Police Because She Thought She’d Been Sold A Human Penis At The Grocery Store

An Ohio woman called the cops fearing a smoked turkey tail she bought from a local grocery store was actually a human penis.   Lamia Singfield bought the mysterious -looking meat from an Akron Save A Lot last Monday, planning to make a turkey stew complete with beans, peppers and potatoes.   But she was left shaken after taking a closer look … Read more

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The 40th Anniversary Terry Fox Run Will Have To Be Virtual This Year

The 40th annual Terry Fox Run is going ahead, but with a twist. Because of the pandemic, the Terry Fox Foundation says it will marking the anniversary of the Marathon of Hope with a virtual event. Participants can sign up online and then run, walk or ride around their neighbourhood, down the street or around the block on September 20th … Read more

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Government Now Willing To Consider Home Testing Kits – Full COVID19 Update

Health Canada has changed its policy on home test kits for COVID19. It now says it will review applications for these devices after indicating it wouldn’t do so in June. Health Minister Patty Hajdu says an agency official misspoke earlier this week in confirming that home testing kits would not be considered. She says the federal government made emergency changes … Read more

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Kat Made A Speakeasy And Nobody Wants To See Your D–k

A few dumb stories: A man set a record for moving a cookie with his face, naked movers, cocaine washed up on a Florida beach and a naked driver at Taco Bell.

PLUS: Trudeau talks about the Sir John A MacDonald statue, Kat made a speakeasy and the Teacher unions are going to the Labour Board.

PLUS: Missed Connections… Read more

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How To Order A Funnel Cake Frappuccino At Starbucks

Starbucks fans have invented a new drink and this time it is supposed to taste like a funnel cake.  The “Starbucks Funnel Cake Frappuccino” recipe was shared by TotallytheBomb.com, a lifestyle and pop culture website that shares creative food trends.  As of yesterday, the fan-made beverage has received an average rating of 4.5 stars out of five … Read more

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Man Detained For Hitting Taco Bell Drive-Thru Naked, Claims Clothes Were In Washer

An Oklahoma man went through a Taco Bell drive-thru naked.  The suspect reportedly asked workers for extra sauce and an extra taco while not wearing any clothes.  Cops responded to a call around 9pm on Saturday night about a naked man in the fast-food restaurant’s drive-thru.  According to police reports, 61-year-old Christopher Sale was naked in his vehicle when he … Read more

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Trudeau Denounces The Destruction Of A Sir John A MacDonald Statue

The prime minister says he’s disappointed by the damage to the towering bronze-and-granite monument of John A. Macdonald in Montreal. Vandals threw a rope around the sculpture, sending it crashing to the ground, causing its head to roll off. Justin Trudeau says he gets that Canadians want to see more action on racism and systemic discrimination. However, the PM says … Read more

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Ontario Teacher Unions File Complaint With The Labour Board Over Back-To-School Plans – Full COVID19 Update

An escalating conflict between Premier Doug Ford’s government and four major teachers’ unions over COVID19 back-to-school plans is headed to Ontario’s labour board. The unions say they plan to file complaints alleging the province is violating its own workplace safety laws with plans that fail to reduce class sizes for kindergarten through Grade 8. They say teachers should not be … Read more

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Back To School And Protesters Destroyed This Sir John A MacDonald Statue

We are back from vacation! Today: The NBA almost walked out and that would have been stupid, Chadwick Boseman died, getting schools ready for back-to-school and a statue of Sir John A MacDonald was ripped down by protesters. … Read more

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Mass Use Of Hand Gels Creating Superbug Armageddon As Other Bacteria And Viruses Build Up Resistance

The mass use of hand gels during the coronavirus pandemic may create a superbug armageddon as other bacteria and viruses build up a resistance, researchers have warned.  Dr. Andrew Kemp said that the overuse of alcohol-based hand gels during the pandemic will allow other bacteria and viruses on our hands to adapt and survive gel use.  Dr. Kemp, head of … Read more

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Busch Beer Introduces Dog Brew – A Non-Alcoholic Drink For Pups

Busch Beer is making a special brew for dogs called “Dog Brew.” The non-alcoholic beer has nutrients and a dog-friendly favour.  The beer is also safe for humans to drink, for those curious about its taste.  Busch says that Dog Brew is made with bone-in pork butt, whole corn, celery, basil, mint, turmeric and ginger, according to Busch. … Read more

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Stranger Leaves Brutal Note On Neighbor’s Car Instructing Them To Dump Their Boyfriend

A person returned to their car recently and found a note tucked under the windshield wipers.  The note appears to have been left there by a neighbor who lives in the same apartment block.  A photo of the piece of paper on the car was shared on Instagram on the popular American account Neighbors From Hell where it has since … Read more

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Anger After Statue Of Sir John A MacDonald Severely Damaged In Montreal

No arrests have been made after a statue of John A. MacDonald was torn down and defaced during a demonstration in Montreal. The incident came at the end of a peaceful protest that saw some 200 people march in a call for police defunding. The Coalition for BIPOC Liberation is asking cities to reduce their police budgets by 50 per … Read more

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It’s the Final Week Before Back To School – Full COVID19 Update

This is the final full week of summer vacation for most Canadian students. The scheduled back-to-school date in most boards is one week from tomorrow. This week teachers and administrators across the country are returning to schools to finalize their safe re-entry plans for the new school year, amidst the global COVID19 pandemic. Wherever possible, classrooms will be rearranged to Read more

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Your Scent Can Decrease Your Chances Of Getting Laid

The Blue Waffle waffles, The president of Brazil screwed up, A new hangover cure, How your scent can affect you getting laid, Masks make men sexier, A strange DUI in Florida, Ben Afflek is playing Batman again and Movie theatres are reopening tonight. … Read more

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Scott Fox and Kat Callaghan