A particular person caught my interest the other day thanks to a family member. Now, if you're like my sister and regularly watch the Food Network you may have also heard of Sandra Lee. Now, what makes Lee so special? Well, she's on a COOKING (big emphasis on that word) channel, and this is the kind of stuff her show makes:
What. Is. This. Nonsense. Not a single bit of baking done, all store bought goods and then rearranged in the tackiest fashion possible.
Oh wait, she even has books.
Then again, I'm not too surprised. I mean, this is what she used to sell prior to her "no cooking" cooking show.
A handful of BC Transit employees are refusing to drive buses that sport ads questioning the existence of God.
The ads came courtesy of the Centre for Inquiry Canada, a skeptic organization that has sponsored similar advertisements across the country since 2009. They read, "There's probably no god. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life." The campaign debuted in B.C. last week on buses in Kamloops and Kelowna – prompting a boycott from a small number of drivers in both communities on religious grounds.