Here, seen through the eyes of a sick and twisted individual, is a
chronology of the major news stories of 2002.
- Tuesday, January 8
- Bacon triple cheeseburgers with biggie size fries 1, Dave
- Wednesday, January 9
- Toronto Mayor Mel Lastman says that restaurants shouldn't refuse
to serve Hell's Angels during the coming weekend's convention just
because they're Hell's Angels. "I don't like what they stand for,
and I don't like what they do," he said, "but I'll bet they spend a
lot on beer!"
- Saturday, January 12
- Toronto Mayor Mel Lastman drops by the Hell's Angels convention,
shakes hands with one of them, and says they seem like really nice
people. After he gives them this little promo, they untie him and
stop pointing guns at his head.
- Sunday, January 13
- Pretzel 1, Dubya 0. At least he didn't ralph in the Japanese
Prime Minister's lap like his daddy did.
- Monday, January 14
- Toronto Mayor Mel Lastman says he wouldn't have shaken hands with
a Hell's Angel if he'd known what they stood for or what they did.
He also admits that the reason he spends most of the winter in Florida
is that he's trying to drain the rather swampy land he bought from someone
who described it to him as "beachfront property."
Many events portrayed above are based on real events, but most of this
stuff is fiction. So like, don't sue me, eh! This page and its
contents are copyright © 2002 by Stephen M. Dunn. All rights
reserved. No portion of this work may be reproduced in any form without
prior written consent, with the exception that Internet search engines are
permitted to index it. So stop thinking about it. Yes, I mean you.
Stop right now!