08.26.2010 05:45 PM

Changey sentence fragments

Made a decision. Fed up.

Making a move.

Stay tuned.


  1. Dave Ross says:

    Hey Warren,

    Say it isn’t so! You’re throwing your support behind George Smitherman?


  2. Blair Shumlich says:

    That was quite cryptic

    Please do not leave us hanging.

    Next time try Haiku.

  3. Ronald O'Dowd says:


    You realize of course that if I hold my breath in suspense, old habits die hard and I’m liable to turn blue rather than scarlet red. Perhaps that option is best left to someone else!

  4. j. says:

    In with the good; out with the bad. Hoping that you experience only contentment.

  5. James Curran says:

    Glad you see it my way….finally……

  6. Anonymously Posted says:

    So, you’re finally going to support Stephen Harper as the GREATEST LEADER OF ALL TIME.

  7. Chris P says:

    Your finally going to ask Mr.Ignatieff to find a more vibrant, active and effective leader of finance for the Liberal Party?

  8. michael hale says:

    Warren for mayor of Toronto!

  9. Bigwally says:

    A great day – you have come to your senses

    Boxers are much more comfortable as you will find out soon

    Welcome to the club

    Just dont do the White ones

  10. Paul R. Martin says:

    Earlier this year, Warren did hint at an upcoming change in his career.

  11. kyliep says:

    if you’re running for mayor, i’m in.

  12. Brian says:

    I’m already ahead of ya’ on both fronts (making a decision AND a move!)

  13. Scott says:

    I’ll 3rd that.
    Kinsella for Mayor!!!

    • A Calgary boy,mayor of Toronto………sure,why not.
      Intelligence,street smarts and compassion…..perfect mix.
      If you don’t want him,send him to Calgary….better still send him here to Red Deer.

  14. Dave says:

    He’s switching from rock to opera. He has acquired musical taste. John Adams, Phillip Glass, Berg, …et al!

  15. Northbaytrapper says:

    You moving to Bowmanville?

  16. Derek Lipman says:

    New Democrat?

  17. James Bowie says:

    I require that you remain gainfully employed because you still owe me lunch. Hope you’re well dude.

  18. Jacksonboat says:

    If it’s what I think it is – I’m moving to Toronto – and I’ll volunteer.

  19. Namesake says:

    I’ve got it: You’re moving to New Zealand!

    (Google: Made a decision. Fed up. Making a move

    ==> http://www.shelteroffshore.com/index.php/living/more/10-ways-life-abroad-make-you-healthier-happier-10872

    ==> http://www.shelteroffshore.com/index.php/living/more/which-are-5-best-cities-live-and-work-abroad-10845

    ==> Vienna, Zurich, Geneva, Vancouver and… Auckland!

  20. Robbie says:

    Warren: Have you been listening to Twisted Sister again? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WT1LXhgXPWs Is this what life is like after 50? I sure hope not becasue I have only a few months left as a 49er.

  21. Mr. Bombastic says:

    Praise the fates. The plushie movement has been growing for years, but an outed celebutante such as yourself will take us to mainstream sexual deviancy. All aboard! (Did you decide on the Fudd or the Minnie outfit?)

  22. Michael Reintjes says:

    Please tell me you’re not going to the bass player in Loverboy?

  23. dave says:

    Converting. SFH are playing the bar mitsvah.

  24. Ronald O'Dowd says:


    I always endeavour to help out readers — whether they happen to be my own or someone else’s…

    To that end, I offer the following Oxford dictionary definition:


    [C]onsider again, esp. as regards possible change of decision; hence A’TION.

    Good Luck. And may the force be with you! Legions are counting on you.

  25. Will M. says:

    Returning the Ipad?

  26. Derek Lipman says:


    With the Star in full speculation mode vis-a-vis you and Rossi, you must throw your regulars a bone here!

  27. Andy Lehrer says:

    Hm, this is either
    a) some sort of tease – a mysterious buildup only to reveal that Warren has decided to trade in his iPhone for a Blackberry
    b) a prelude to an announcement that Warren is going to hold his nose and support Smitherman (and perhaps pretend to be enthusiastic about it – at least until election day).
    c) Warren’s come to the realization that David Miller really is better than the alternatives and bury his grudge from the 2003 election
    d) Crossing the street professionally to join a rival firm.
    e) Packing it in and joining the priesthood (apparently you’re now allowed to keep the wife and kids if you find you’re calling late)
    f) Joining the NDP
    g) Joining the Greens

  28. Andy Lehrer says:

    Hm, if the Star’s blog is right and you are joining Rossi’s team – isn’t it a bit late? Rossi’s been sinking since he announced his candidacy and is now at, what, 5%. Sounds like a suicide run but if you do do it please, for the benefit of us all, have Rossi tack right and eat into Ford’s support. http://thestar.blogs.com/thegoods/2010/08/kinsella-to-join-rocco-rossi-team.html

    • James Bow says:

      He’s not late. He’s just in time. There’s been no real campaign over the summer. After Labour Day starts, that’s when the voters really pay attention.

  29. Andrew says:

    Hooking up with the Rocco Rossi campaign?

  30. You’re going to be Mel Lastman’s campaign manager?

  31. http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/article/854222–spin-doctor-kinsella-joining-rossi-campaign

    Just tell Rossi to stay away from the bike lane issue. Have him refer this issue to a bike lane committee.

    Ford may be good for taxpayers; Rossi is better for citizens. There is a distinction between “taxpayers” and “citizens.” Ford may want to cut taxes. We all do. However, get Rossi to identify that he is the best candidate for citizens by offering a vision for Toronto that includes fiscal responsibility and excellent services. Also, don’t hide Rossi’s political activism. He should be proud of his previous services to candidates in municipal, provincial, and federal politics. Rossi is a politician–he should be proud of this.

  32. Andy Lehrer says:

    Confirmed! Well no one’s going to accuse Warren of jumping on a bandwagon. Let’s hope that if Rossi grows he takes more votes away from Ford than from anyone else.

  33. ben burd says:

    Now explain in less than 100 words why the fragmented centre/lib vote will not guarantee a Ford win?

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