Thursday, September 23, 2010

Justin Bieber in Calgary

Justin Bieber in Calgary at the Saddledome on September 20, 2010. This sonofabiatch is sure makin a lot of money!

Friday, August 27, 2010

The HIV Terrorists of Canada

Presently, there is a lot of chatter surrounding the recent arrests of three suspects who allegedly tried to orchestrate terror attacks in Ottawa. But there is another story which was relegated to the back pages of all newspapers, but is equally disturbing; and that is the HIV assault by Apay Ogouk, a 26 year old man from Sudan, on women.

Ogouk was arrested today by the Calgary Police when he turned himself in. There had been a nationwide warrant for his arrest for knowingly infecting multiple women in Winnipeg with HIV. So far, only two women have come forward, but there is a high probability of more women being infected.

Often times, the public gets riled up when they hear about conventional terror plots, but seldom do people comprehend the severity of HIV infections spread by reckless people with a degenerate lifestyle.

This man, who is originally from Sudan, went on a sexual rampage, having unprotected sex with women, without any regard for their health or well-being.

But let's also be just in our assessment here; it's the women who AGREED to having unprotected sex with this person. With a VERY high incidence of HIV/AIDS in Africa, I find it astonishing that ANYONE would take such a ridiculous risk with someone who is originally from there.

I'm not suggesting that these women deserve what they got, but I can only hope that this incident will serve as a warning to other women who think about going that route.

Those who know me, are aware that I don't mince my words and I say what's on my mind even if it's not politically correct. So if what you read what follows offends you...then good. I also hope it makes you think!

We're all aware that Africa has a shockingly high rate of HIV which is constantly rising. Anyone from that continent, specially countries like Nigeria, Sudan, South Africa, and Ethiopia etc. is of severe risk.

Let's look at the facts: Sudan alone, has over 400,000 HIV infected people which is more than 2 percent of their adult population. It is also a well known fact that black men have a proportionately higher rates of HIV. According to the Centers for Disease Control, African males account for more than HALF of all HIV cases in North America.

According to the National HIV/AIDS Strategy, African Americans "comprise the greatest proportion of HIV/AIDS cases.."

These facts speak for themselves. Some of these dudes may have "big sticks", but their "sticks" carry horrible and lifelong consequences for women.

And this is not the first incident of an African male spreading HIV through sex. There are multiple examples, and TWO of those chaps were from Sudan. And that's just Canada folks. There have also been reports in the U.S and Britain, of African refugees and asylum seekers infecting local women with HIV.

But like I stated earlier, women are equally to blame for their sluttish behavior. Do they really have to be told that it's unsafe to have sex with strangers?? Having a lifetime of sickness and affliction is not worth a few minutes of fun & enjoyment.

Sure you can use a condom; but there's still a significant chance you can still contract HIV and other STDs.

Remember...there is NO CURE for AIDS! You get infected, you could die. So be smart and avoid having sex with people you do not know anything about.

As for Ogouk, prison may not be punishment enough for him. This country needs to get seriously tough on these kinds of criminals and deport them, as well as ensure, that more "terrorists" like him do not end up amongst us.

Surely, there will be many nervous women in Calgary right now, trying to book their HIV tests with their local clinics. Their imbecility should be a lesson for other women to not make the same brainless mistake!

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Calgary Stampede Parade

Calgary Stampede Parade (July 9 2010)

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Monday, June 7, 2010

Can You Meet Me Halfway

Next time you set up a coffee or lunch date with a long-distance friend just say let's meet half way'

All you need to do is go online, type in the two locations, and gives you an exact halfway point.

This site works in 35 countries across the globe and allows users to specify the type of trip with a point of interest like a restaurant or a coffee shop, and gives you perfect halfway meeting locations.

Just pop in your address or postal code, then your friend's, and the type of place you want to meet at. After a brief encounter with a giant eyeball (suspicious eh?), the systemcalculates a good halfway point and laso list it's own suggestions. You can even send a permalink with the results to your friend(S) so they can chime in.

Lisa W. Reports for Shaw TV Calgary Canada on

Buying a Used Car in Calgary

The first thing on the agenda for a lot of newcomers to this city is buying a car, and most of the time, people want to buy a pre-owned or used vehicle.

Often times, these people make the mistake of going to auto dealers or car auctions to purchase their ride....BAD idea!

Your best bet - if you're looking to buy a used car in Calgary - is to check out Craigslist and Kijiji. Often times, you can find good cars for great prices on these two sites.

There are a lot of folks who are moving who just want to sell their automobiles as soon as possible. Some of them also post ads for their vehciles on the Calgary Herald & Calgary Sun websites

Also, there are people who cannot afford their car payments so they try to sell them without thinking about making a profit. It's also much easier to negotiate with individuals than it is with car dealers.

Just make sure you do your research before buying, because the chances of getting ripped off is higher. But if you know what to look for and how to ask the right questions, you'l be safe.

Here are some articles to prepare you before buying a used car or truck.

Used Car Buying Tips

Negotiating Tips for buying a car

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Armin Van Buuren in Calgary

He's coming back!

After last year's boombastik event, Armin is heading back to the Heart of the New West and the number 1 DJ in world will be rocking Flames Central on June 27' 2010.

The producer and host of State of Trance, the most popular radio program in the world, has quite a huge following in Calgary and I'm guessing that the event is already sold-out. But die-hard fans can still try to snatch over-priced tickets online.

If any reader has more info on the program, please leave a comment below. merci!

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Thursday, April 29, 2010

Calgary Comic Expo 2010

Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo @ BMO ROUND UP CENTRE
20 Round Up Way SE Calgary, AB

Special guests featured..Leonard Nimoy, Brent Spiner, Billy Dee Williams, Paul McGillion, Tony Todd, Malcolm Mcdowell, Peter Facinelli, Tahmoh Penikett, Tyson Houseman among many others.

Cosplay Shenanigans

Leonard Nimoy at the Calgary Comic Expo 2010 answers some questions..

Spring Snowstorm in Calgary

Here we go again...

Just what cow-town needed...a snowstorm in late April. Although, it's really not a bad day to go for a bike ride along the Bow River!

Friday, March 26, 2010

Ann Coulter in Calgary

The 'Cirque de Coulter' comes to Calgary. For the VERY few fans of this media whore, it must have been a delightful performance, (you gotta hand it to her - she knows how to sell tickets), but for the majority of Canadians, she is as repulsive as an unexpected winter blizzard which brings with it grief and many inconveniences.

Her theatrics at the University of Ottawa scored Coulter and her minions some publicity, (it's amazing how the Canadian media got suckered into this non-event), and she used that to her advantage in Calgary. And by the way, it wasn't U of O who cancelled the event, it's Ann Coulter who decided to run away from the students and then whimper about how the "commies" treated her badly.

Calgarians, relativley speaking, tend to have conservative tendencies, so it's no surprise that she got a receptive audience here, (perhaps the majority of it was Americans who make up 10% of Calgary's population), but it's hard to believe that most of them would have been impressed with her non-sensical diatribe in which she was trying very hard to be funny.

But make no mistake, that under the guise of free speech and discussing current issues, this radical group - led in Canada by the top provocateur and hate-monger, Ezra Levant - is only encouraging bigotry and animosity against Muslims.

These people use every single opportunity, from the cartoon issue to the burka and niqab, to malign and humiliate. The definition of 'Fascists' applies very well to them.

It's shamelessly hypocrytical for this pro-zionist gang and it's hateful Fuhrer, ezra levant, to advocate freedom of speech when these very same thugs lobbied the Canadian government to deport Ernest Zundel (no matter how racist he was) or to not allow George Galloway, the British Member of Parliament, to enter into Canada. Apparenlty, freedom to express their "politically incorrect" views is only the birthright of neo-con radicals. What's good for the goose is good for the gander.

But even after being exposed to all of her mental sewage and her "raw" and un-intelligent ideas, I still believe that she should be allowed to have her fifteen minutes of fame. Let this moron spew her venom and get it over with. To organize huge protests against this unimportant person is to provide her with credibility she does not deserve.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Is Calgary's Job Market Improving?

Are things getting better in Calgary? Is the local economy on the rise again. Some claim that it is, others are not so optimistic.

There may be some employers who are adding more people to their payroll, but for the most part, the city's economic engine is still stalled in the middle of 'Recession Street'. Fact is, Calgary is not doing so well, it certainly is not the attractive job market it once was.

I don't think that the new graduates from U of C, SAIT and Mount Royal will have an easy time landing a job. They may have to work at their local Safeways and Borders' to pay their bills (and the student loans).

I have been working in Fort McMurray for the last 6 months and if the job market up here is any indicator of the overall provincial - and even national - economy, then there isn't much reason to be hopeful. Companies like Suncor and Syncrude have been laying off people lately and there is much more competition as an increasing number of migrants from Newfoundland and other eastern provinces make their way to the Oil Sands region.

Unless there is more investment in new projects from big corporations and until banks change their tight lending policies, the gap between the number of posted jobs and people looking for them will stay large. In fact, that gap may be the only thing that grows in the year 2010.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Calgary Torch Relay

Torch relay on Macleod Trail on January 18,2010