America - its all a bit odd...

Two tattooed mongs got into a fight with some other people on the beach in Toronto and came out on the worst end of it. One of them looked like he'd gotten a bloody nose. They left and then returned with a pair of chainsaws to try to intimidate the others. Some people left. The police had already been called over the original fight, and they arrested the mongs. No one was injured except the mongs in the original fight. Reports on Twitter and other social media were apparently greatly exaggerated.

2 men seen carrying chainsaws at Cherry Beach arrested
I could swear it was florida man striking again
 
Not sure crossing the bridge into Windsor would be that much cause for concern :)

I'd be more relieved to be the fvck out of Detroit!
Poor phraseology on my part; that was what I meant. Made matters worse by getting lost in a traffic diversion and being able to see the bridge to escape over, but not able to get to it as we went round and round in the backstreets of Detroit. Ended up going cross-country for a bit: thankfully, all rentals are 4WD!
 
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Two tattooed mongs got into a fight with some other people on the beach in Toronto and came out on the worst end of it. One of them looked like he'd gotten a bloody nose. They left and then returned with a pair of chainsaws to try to intimidate the others. Some people left. The police had already been called over the original fight, and they arrested the mongs. No one was injured except the mongs in the original fight. Reports on Twitter and other social media were apparently greatly exaggerated.

2 men seen carrying chainsaws at Cherry Beach arrested
Mongs mate, they're everywhere.
 
The tats look familiar



Oh Canada.... nuestro hogar y tierra natal
 
USA, Not so odd, much like here, News that fits the agenda


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Pandemic or no pandemic, the annual Port Huron Float Down is going ahead this weekend.
Closed border, COVID-19 restrictions cloud already-rebellious Port Huron Float Down event

This is an annual, unofficial, "nobody is in charge of this" event where Americans will round up inner tubes, air mattresses, inflatable boats, and large quantities of alcohol, wade into the St. Clair River at Port Huron Michigan, and set themselves adrift on a major river that both forms the border between the US and Canada, and is also a shipping channel.

They depend more on luck than planning to avoid disaster. The US authorities tell them not to do it and the Canadian authorities repeat the warning, but they do it none the less. Four years ago unfavourable winds sent 1,500 of them adrift across the border to Canada where they turned up in their swimsuits sans passports and relied on the Canadian authorities (and tax payer) to send them back home again.

This year they're going ahead again, despite the pandemic. Most will likely be crammed close together in small inflatable boats or similar conveyances.

With the border being closed this year, Canadian authorities have promised unspecified penalties if they set a toe across the line, although that's probably not going to pose much of a deterant.
 

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The US authorities tell them not to do it and the Canadian authorities repeat the warning, but they do it none the less.
Murica! Freedom! Canada! Oooh... ;-)
 
Pandemic or no pandemic, the annual Port Huron Float Down is going ahead this weekend.
Closed border, COVID-19 restrictions cloud already-rebellious Port Huron Float Down event

This is an annual, unofficial, "nobody is in charge of this" event where Americans will round up inner tubes, air mattresses, inflatable boats, and large quantities of alcohol, wade into the St. Clair River at Port Huron Michigan, and set themselves adrift on a major river that both forms the border between the US and Canada, and is also a shipping channel.

They depend more on luck than planning to avoid disaster. The US authorities tell them not to do it and the Canadian authorities repeat the warning, but they do it none the less. Four years ago unfavourable winds sent 1,500 of them adrift across the border to Canada where they turned up in their swimsuits sans passports and relied on the Canadian authorities (and tax payer) to send them back home again.

This year they're going ahead again, despite the pandemic. Most will likely be crammed close together in small inflatable boats or similar conveyances.

With the border being closed this year, Canadian authorities have promised unspecified penalties if they set a toe across the line, although that's probably not going to pose much of a deterant.
It's Michigan mate, say no more.

Herself is from Michigan, we lived there for the first couple of years when we moved over here, I couldn't get out of that State fast enough.
 
It's Michigan mate, say no more.

Herself is from Michigan, we lived there for the first couple of years when we moved over here, I couldn't get out of that State fast enough.
Normally it wouldn't be a big deal, but this year neither set of coast guards are looking forward to getting breathed on by inebriated nit-wits who need rescuing, not when Michigan are one of the hot spots for infection in the US.
 
Amen boys. Evil is evil and comes in all colors. When it shows itself, it should be punished swiftly and fairly. As tragic as this case is though, there is a greater evil with slanted reporting (of this case and others like it) with the intent to divide us. That should be punished rigorously as well.
 
Normally it wouldn't be a big deal, but this year neither set of coast guards are looking forward to getting breathed on by inebriated nit-wits who need rescuing, not when Michigan are one of the hot spots for infection in the US.
Well this year I reckon (and hope) that the Michigan DNR, the US Coastguard and the Canadian authorities hammer them for any transgressions. I do know that if they are on the water and they are pulled while out on the water and smell of booze they will be breathalyzed and if over the limit, it carries the same penalties as a DUI.

They will lose the right to register a boat or take one out on the water.
 
The chances of getting dodgy revolutionary regimes to respect private property and to pay their acknowledged debts are not that great though when the regime in question is in Washington.
Tell me about it - only the head crook in charge during our forced eviction from our lands was named Jackson, not Washington.
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Amen boys. Evil is evil and comes in all colors. When it shows itself, it should be punished swiftly and fairly. As tragic as this case is though, there is a greater evil with slanted reporting (of this case and others like it) with the intent to divide us. That should be punished rigorously as well.
What better way than making them shed the salty tears for another 4 years come November.
4 years of conspiracy theory and fear-mongering are about to come home to roost for companies like CNN/MSDNC
Race-baiting, democracy hating, shitweasels, the lot of them.
Oh, and removing the legal protections that biased and censoring social media companies hide behind...make them all editors in 2020 and let the lawsuits steamroll and shame the woke mob into obscurity, let them reap what they sow.
 

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