This classified ad from a former marijuana smuggler looking for work was apparently placed in a Toronto paper (the Toronto Star? The Globe and Mail? The National Post?) around 2006 or 2007. It's got a lot of moxie -- certainly being a successful dope runner requires a fair bit of self-starting get-up-and-go and precision organizing. Still, I'm not convinced it's real -- anyone know more about it?
"...participated in the executive level management of 120 people worldwide in a sucessful pot smuggling venture with revenues in excess of U$ 100 million annually(...) expert in all levels of security(...) well-traveled, speak English, French and Spanish(...) references available from friends, family, US District Attorney..."
Best 'Looking for a Job Ad', Ever
Robbo writes, “Peter Sellers recorded a series of performances, in a variety of voices, reciting the lyrics of popular Beatles songs. It is demented weirdness – and perfect in all its madness.”
The perils of modern online life even affect the Man of Steel. Jimmy Olsen’s snap run through Facebook’s evil autotagging is more observant than Lois. Lots more brilliant stuff by Brakken here.
Legendary Phoenix getting in on the timely political commentary. Darth Sidious hasn’t been seen in public since the election. Coincidence?
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