NOT SORRY: Steak and Gossip
NOT SORRY: Steak and Gossip
"There's this terrible myth that Canadians are funny."

Remember last year when all this was llamas and dresses? The Internet has peaked and it’s time to give up this failed project.

BuzzFeed editor and caps lock fan Scaachi Koul put out a fairly standard call for diverse submissions but she did it in a funny way and white men reacted with feelings and vitriol as is their custom. So she left Twitter and is probably hanging out on Facebook, which seems like the real tragedy. It’s hard to feel anything but sad that the National Post’s Christie Blatchford has to record a video responding to her ‘critics’ who say “No one hates women quite like Christie Blatchford.” Unless of course this leads to Barbara Kay responding to my request for her to adopt me.

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