Facebook Retrospective Looks Back on the Rob Ford Profile that Never Was

Nutty funsters Tom Kucy and Chris Kohanik have put together a retrospective on Rob Ford's Facebook profile over the last year, parodying the "Look Back" videos that celebrate the 10th anniversary of the social media platform.

The quotations and pictures recall the football-fumbling, baby-devouring, pussy-eating mayor (in name only) of Toronto. Oh, and he also smokes crack cocaine. Did you hear about that? We're pretty sure you did.



The retrospective is well-timed with the release of Crazy Town: The Rob Ford Story, Toronto Star reporter Robyn Doolittle's cash-in on the whole sordid affair. Doolittle is making the publicity rounds for her book's launch, which include an interview on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, one of the late-night comedy shows that helped propel Ford's drunken antics into the international spotlight. To date, Doolittle remains one of the few people on Earth who has actually seen the Rob Ford crack video, although in the name of e̶n̶t̶e̶r̶t̶a̶i̶n̶m̶e̶n̶t̶  democracy, we hope the rest of the people of Earth will eventually share that claim.

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