Rachel McAdams has a run-in with immigration

Via Daily Mail: Actress Rachel McAdams has revealed how she was told to stop making ‘stupid movies’ by an immigration official as she tried to enter America. The 31-year-old Canadian born star was also criticised for her pink hair colour by the abusive agent. ‘She kicked me to the curb,’ said Adams, who last appeared in Sherlock Holmes with Jude Law and Robert Downey Jr. ‘She was tough. I had pink hair at the time, and she said “Don’t dye your hair that colour and don’t make any more stupid movies”.’ The confrontation came as McAdams attempted to enter the … Continue reading Rachel McAdams has a run-in with immigration

Canadian pot growers protect their goods. With bears.

This is normal. Canadian marijuana growers have taken to using wild animals to protect their pot farms. From Breitbart: Police said Wednesday they were astonished to find at least 14 wild black bears guarding an illegal marijuana growing operation after a recent raid on the property in westernmost Canada. Royal Canadian Mounted Police Sergeant Fred Mansveld said police believe two growers arrested in the raid had used dog food to lure the animals onto the remote property in southeastern British Columbia, to deter marijuana thieves. Continue reading Canadian pot growers protect their goods. With bears.

Canadian Premiere to seek expert health care (in US)

Since socialized medicine creates the best doctors and the best care, it makes sense that Canadian Premier Danny Williams will be coming to the United States to seek an expert in the field of heart surgery. Kathy Dunderdale, who, as Deputy Premier will be stepping in for Williams as he recovers, commented:  “He has gone to a renowned expert in the procedure that he needs to have done,” but would not comment about where or who was footing the bill. Williams is considered a Progressive Conservative, though he balks at the labeling. He has come under fire for this decision to seek health care … Continue reading Canadian Premiere to seek expert health care (in US)