Who knew…

Kite flying could be so dangerous…

  • BillyHW

    An American kids can’t eat Kinder Eggs.

  • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

    His dream was to fly that kite straight across the Rio Grande and into Texas.

    • Oh cripes, I’m afraid to read that.

      • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

        It’s not too long a piece. I’d go so far as to say it’ too short to be its own column; hell, half of the (printed) page space is taken up by just her photo.

        I expected the Star to shut down comments on their website, but, I didn’t expect them to allow 734(!!) comments before doing so.

        I mean, 734 comments later they decide to shut down commenting??
        That’s not just one horse that’s already out of the barn, that’s an entire herd of horses that are already out of the barn and running the farm.

      • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

        BTW, in the same paper where the Star allows a venue for a Muslim woman who takes her faith to the extreme, they ran a glowing story about an atheist woman who is dis-attached from hers….

        ‘Vosper was raised in the United Church and has decided to remain a member because it still provides her parishioners with a sense of community and offers a venue for criticizing traditional Christianity.’


        • My God but they are a perverse lot.

          • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

            They routinely piss all over one religion, Christianity, while actively promoting another, Islam.

            In other words, the folks running the Star do a damn good impression of the Muslims that they so eagerly seek to befriend.

          • Just a thought

            Fat lot of good it will do them in the end.

  • Just a thought

    There was a video on YouTube I saw once (couldn’t watch it again either) where a fellow was wind surfing near an airport. He was caught up in the jet’s landing gear, and carried off. The plane was landing, so he might have stood a slight chance of survival. People do such stupid things sometimes. Still, they only hurt themselves. Vote Socialist, and you harm everyone. (just thought I’d put it in perspective).