Sep 152016
 
 September 15, 2016  Business, Laws, Non-U.S.

Jordan Pearson reports:

Alex Trebek was born in the perennial Canadian shit towne of Sudbury, Ontario, which may explain why Canadians were so ticked when the show that Trebek has hosted since 1984, Jeopardy!, temporarily stopped accepting contestants from this country earlier this year, apparently due to complications with Canadian privacy law.

Yes, for a whole seven months, beginning in February, Canadians weren’t allowed to send in applications to compete on the much-loved quiz show—and nobody knew why. On Monday, the ban was finally lifted and hosers everywhere raised a brew in celebration. But questions—important questions—remain unanswered.

Read more on Motherboard.

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