I heard on the news today that Domi's wife has filed for divorce...
Porn MinisterOriginally Posted by Dee
This would mark Domi's entry into politics ... Wouldn't surprise me if he runs for political office a few years down the road.
A demander: une cochonne Quebecoise ou Allemande avec qui le sol se derobe sous mes pieds!
There is a God!! They certainly deserve each other. Two publicity hounds who have publically humiliated their partners, one of whom inherited her money and the other who made his living intimidating skilled players.
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Domi was never the brightest guy around and we now see he also has no principles and no taste. The only politician lower than Stronach is Paul Martin.
The missing link between what: apes and monkeys?Originally Posted by DoingittoDeath
Last edited by anon_vlad; 04-13-2007 at 12:01 PM.
Tie left hockey and Belinda's leaving politics. Good riddance to both. Hockey and politics will both be far richer by the absence of these two characters.
http://www.thestar.com/Business/article/202258Originally Posted by joelcairo
Belinda Stronach back at Magna
Chair's daughter returns at critical time for parts giant
Apr 12, 2007 04:30 AM
Tony Van Alphen
Frank Stronach, who likes to fashion himself as a business visionary, watched yesterday as his daughter, the politician, returned to auto-parts powerhouse Magna International Inc. at least two years before he said she would.
In a surprise move, Belinda Stronach announced she is abandoning her career in federal politics to immediately become executive vice-chair at Aurora-based Magna, the world's third-biggest auto-parts maker, which is at a critical stage in its future direction.
Stronach, 40, indicated in 2004 that she was ending a three-year stint as Magna's chief executive officer and entering politics for "the long haul."
Her insistence came after her father told an Austrian newspaper she was not a "career" politician and would return and oversee Magna in five to 10 years.
But Belinda Stronach, who received $8.9 million in compensation in her last full year at Magna, exceeded her sometimes impatient 74-year-old father's succession plan forecast by revealing she would not seek re-election as the Liberal member of Parliament for the Newmarket-Aurora riding.
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