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Jollibee Trudeau, Cleavage Clark, Horgan I Am Filipina!

Mangled headline which covers some serious stuff and humour about politicians. My memory was jolted by a mention of another Jollibee restaurant opening in Ontario. It reminded me of a then Premier Clark visiting a Jollibee restaurant in the Philippines. … Continue reading

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Tim Horton; What I Didn’t Know Was The Good, Bad & Ugly!

Actually, I learned more about Tim Hortons from a report first published in 2006.

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Philippine President Duterte; Good, Bad or Ugly? – Part 1

Westcoastpugnaciousfully admits [no choice] that President Duterte is divisive, foul mouthed= fond of swearing and uttering obscenities and obviously unused to being a federal politician. For sure, he wouldn’t waste time in saying ‘Fuddle-Duddle’.

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Hortons Going To The Philippines, A Venture Doomed To Fail?

ANOTHER THRILLA IN MANILA Westcoastpugnaciousreminds visitors that there was a previous and first magnificent Thrilla In Manila… in 1975 when Muhammad Ali beat Joe Frazier in the boxing ring.

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Unasked Questions For Tim Hortons CEO Marc Caira: Part 1

Westcoastpugnacious  has been interested in Timmies since last year, way before the take over bid from the Barbarians. I hasten to explain the adjective Barbarians: Are Canadians Gullible?

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Is Racism Alive In West Vancouver?

Mayor Smith Guilty Of Obfuscation …. Racism. Humour. Chinese language signs.  All were covered in a previous Post that was  exuberant about the fact that we had scooped the North Shore News: Westcoastpugnacious Scoops The Competition. When it was published,  we … Continue reading

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