Trailer Trash – Derogatory description for person who…
….is distinguished by poor hygiene, foul language, annoying loud mouths, dirty houses and clothes, greasy hair, out of control, lazy and general ignorance. Normally caucasian, trailer park trash, is a demographic that are infamous for their inability to read, use correct english, stay sober and have upright moral paradigms. Trailer trash people don’t care about what they do in their lives and think they are cool because of this. Getting in fights with other people make them happy even though they will usually get their asses kicked.
(In a car, drives up to the park gate) Mike Duffy
The Gate Keeper reads over Duffy’s application to reside in trailer park..
Mike Duffy Credentials – After a long and distinguished career in journalism, Mike left his position as host of CTV’s Mike Duffy Live, where “Duff`” was seen by millions of Canadians as the most authoritative broadcaster commenting on the political life of Canada.
Mike moved to Ottawa in 1971 and began covering news from Parliament Hill. He joined CBC Radio News in 1974, continued with CBC TV’s “The National” in 1978 and made the move to CTV in 1988.
He is a member of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame and is the recipient of an ACTRA award for live TV reporting.
In addition to his numerous awards and citations, Mike is a former Visiting Fellow at Duke University; and he has received honorary degrees from the University of Prince Edward Island, PEI; from Niagara University in Niagara Falls, NY; and from Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, ON.
On January 26, 2009, Mike Duffy embarked on a new career as a member of the Senate of Canada, representing his home province of Prince Edward Island. As a Senator, Mike has been active on the Standing Committee on Agriculture and Forestry and the Standing Committee on Rules, Procedures and the Rights of Parliament.
The decision to remove Duffy, one of the party’s top fundraisers and most recognizable faces, came after days of questions about his Senate expenses and series of confusing twists in a spending scandal that became tied to Harper’s right hand man, Nigel Wright. It was revealed that Wright wrote Duffy a personal cheque to cover a $90,000 repayment for potentially improper Senate expenses.
The decision also comes after Duffy’s expenses came under further scrutiny with reports that he had billed the Senate for travel expenses while campaigning for the Tories in the 2011 election.
“Oh and Mr. Duffy, you checked the box that you have one dependent?”
Mike points over his shoulder towards the back seat. The Gate Keeper bends to look in rear door window to see a red face, eyes glazed over, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford.
The Gate Keeper extends his arm out to Duffy, “Welcome home Mike! And nods towards Mr. Ford, who is still grinning, looking into space. “Welcome home gentlemen.”