Torontoist does its yearly Heroes and Villains at the end of every year, and my hero was the Toronto Marlies, for their equality pledge.
(My Villain is still forthcoming. Regulars can, uh, probably guess.)
I bet the ownership of a fine Canadian riding cow on Rob Ford.
Gee, I have no idea who you might possibly consider the biggest villain. No idea what. So. Ever.
(For 2013, I mean. It’s pretty obvious that MGK’s gonna be ripping on Rob Ford again. And I, for one, can’t wait to read it. )
Nah, it’s Jack Layton. I can feel it in my bones.
Suggested title: “Rob Ford, Man of Conviction.”
It’s Ford, right? No, wait, it’s Ford. I know — it’s Ford.
Definite “highlight” this year — bringing a Sun News sleazeball onto his radio show to take pokes at the Toronto Star reporter that Ford assaulted on public property, with Ford tittering like a Mean Girl as his guest insulted the reporter’s manliness for not standing his ground and allowing an abusive rageaholic to beat him.
The “hiring football players as office staff and hauling city buses out of service for his precious football team” were classics, too, but to me that radio show said everything there is to say about our mayor’s pettiness and smallness. Have at him, sir.
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