MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine military came under increased pressure Tuesday to rescue more than 20 foreign hostages after their Muslim extremist captors beheaded a Canadian man, but troops face a dilemma in how to succeed without endangering the remaining captives. Abu Sayyaf gunmen beheaded John Ridsdel on Monday in the southern province of Sulu.…
via ‘Immense’ pressure on Philippine military in manhunt for terrorists who killed Ridsdel — National Post – Top Stories.
This is huge news not only because of the stance that then Liberal leader Justin Trudeau took regarding these terrorists (lets hug them and find out why they’re so pissed off) when he was criticizing then Prime Minister Stephen Harper but also because a Canadian was taken hostage 6-months ago and we’re just learning now that he’s been murdered.
Shame on these murderers for kidnapping innocent people – especially Canadians – and killing them when they don’t get their money. I think in the same way that these thugs think it’s okay to force people to trade lives for money, the Philippines needs to get their act together and fast to find each and everyone of these criminals, and bring them to justice… alive! This way the message will be send to anyone who thinks this is okay that it’s really not.
This way the family of the poor Canadian who was killed can look at his murderers in the face and spit in their face if they want knowing they won’t be getting money to buy more weapons, buy influence and continue to live outside the law.
This way PM JT will be able to save face by having taken clear actions to try to save this mans’ life plus the life of the other Canadian held hostage instead of just saying that the bad guys are going to pay for this when nothing can be done.
I think as global citizens, we’re all getting pretty pissed off and annoyed with these thugs and their weapons trying to spread fear and violence wherever and whenever they wanted. Don’t the governments of these areas realize the drop in tourism and the reputational damage that they suffer from after this lawlessness?!? Do they even care, or are they being bought off??
Enough already. These people are not a group, they’re not a gang, I don’t care who they support, what they stand for or what they hope to accomplish. They’re murderers and they need to be caught and brought to justice… NOW!
Handout, Bonhams1954 Ferrari 375-Plus A dispute over the ownership of a 1954 Ferrari racing car that Victoria’s Secret founder Les Wexner bought for 10.7 million pounds (nearly $20 million) was settled before a U.K. trial was scheduled to start. Wexner, who bought the Ferrari at a Bonhams auction in 2014 through Copley Motorcars, joined up…
via Victoria’s Secret founder settles lawsuit over the ownership of a rare, $20M Ferrari racing car — National Post – Top Stories
I’m only sharing this because my middle child, Stewie LOVES cars and he’s always asking me what the most expensive or rarest cars are…
Here, Stewie! This one’s for you. If you want to buy it, I suggest getting a job… A well paying job. Or create something, or start a tech company, but use those smarts and tech skills for good, not evil! 😉
TORONTO — An Ontario judge has found that the provincial government “substantially interfered” with teachers’ right to collective bargaining. The governing Liberals imposed contracts on teachers in 2012 that froze some of their wages and limited their ability to strike. Several unions took the government to court, arguing that Bill 115 violated their constitutional rights.…
via Ontario ‘substantially interfered’ with teachers’ collective bargaining rights, judge finds — National Post – Top Stories
Source: TMZ TMZ reports that police are investigating Chyna’s death as a possible overdose, mainly because of her history with drugs. Prescription bottles were found in her home but there were no illegal drugs and no signs of foul play. Chyna was found in her Redondo Beach, California home on Wednesday at the age of […]
via Chyna’s Death Being Investigated As Possible Overdose — WrestlingNewsBlog.com
I finally went for a run this morning, and it was a brief one, yet it was a LONG time coming. It’s been 3 months since I tore my calf muscle playing ball hockey and while my ball hockey team forages ahead without me, I could only stretch so much…
So I hopped on the treadmill, set the speed to 5km/h and the incline to a whopping “1”, and after 17 minutes of brisk walking, I ran for 4 minutes. 4 long, tiring minutes waiting for my lungs to jump out of my chest or my calf muscle to tweak.
So I walked for 2 minutes, then ran for 2 more minutes.
Then I could go no more.
So I stretched some more, took a quick shower and got on with my day. It only took me 2 hours to cool my body down for that teeny-weeny run. A testament to how awful my conditioning has become.
Hopefully this is the start of something positive because I want to drop 15lbs before summer vacation and eventually get back to playing ball hockey.
To do that I’ll need to be able to run for 30 minutes regularly and easily…
It really is harder to get back into playing shape as you age! Especially when you can’t exercise that hard…
At least I ran today. Hopefully this puts me on the road to recovery!