A double dose from yours truly today:
This week's Justify Your Existence is an interview with a member of Anonymous, the anti-Scientology group. Though she's unnamed, you'll recognize her as the same young woman I made fun of talked about earlier when a video was posted on YouTube in which she said Scientology conspired to get her fired from her job. Though I suggested she was weird, to her credit, she was willing to sit down with me and explain herself. Reaction on their forums is starting to build here.
There's also a protest today at 11 near Lafontaine Park, for anyone interested.
UPDATE: For those of you who are reading this article because it was posted on the Anonymous forums and have never read it before, Justify Your Existence by its very nature takes a tough stand against its interview subjects -- part of the reason it's tough getting interviews sometimes.
Also, from the Enterbulation forums:
His name is Steve Fagay?????
Actually, no it's not. But I'm touched by the maturity.
Finally, I've already got hate mail. Sweet.
NFL vs. CFL
This week's Bluffer's Guide is about the Buffalo Bills game in Toronto this week, and what the NFL testing the waters in Canada could mean for our national football game. There's suggestion that the Bills might move to Toronto after its current owner dies and the franchise is sold off. Such a move, worryers say, would spell the end to the Toronto Argonauts, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and probably even the CFL itself.
It comes the same day as this piece from The Gazette's Herb Zurkowsky, quoting league officials worried about the NFL threat. He also has some interesting history in his notes that I wish I'd stolen from is useful for context.
UPDATE (Aug. 21): A reader points out that other NFL games have taken place on Canadian soil. This will be the first time that regular-season games take place in Canada, however.