Shine on, you crazy diamondp.
I don't live in Heritage, but god knows I'm voting ndp in my own riding in the Northeast of the city, because fuck the cons and fuck Trudeau for acting exactly like the immature little punk those shitty ads have been claiming he actually is and caring more about being the official opposition than actually getting rid of these goddamn vipers.
Bill C-51. Never forget.
I wonder how often Bob Dylan wishes he could go back and undo the Subterranean Homesick Blues promo.
How do people write these sorts of things? where the sentences can be read in reverse for a different story? Is there some sort of formula or rules for putting them together?
I'm just amazed at how he makes signs come back to him. Is that a normal thing in Canada like Boomerangs in Australia?
Polar radiation is good for more than just mutating Mrs. Claus.
That was cool!
I like this Master Burgers fellow.
This election is great because Canadians are really coming together under their shared hatred of Stephen Harper. Even the most apathetic people I know are actually voting this time. Bastard'll still probably win, though.
On the other hand, now that gas prices are down, Albertans are done pretending to be libertarians and are ready for rich uncle socialist government to come take care of them again, so who knows?
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It's such a fine line between stupid and clever.
Same thing in the US by the way -- in most places, even gerrymandered districts are winnable by the Democrats if enough of you just go out and vote. Gerrymandering works by drawing as many districts as possible with slight Republican advantages, which is to say, tough but not insurmountable odds.
And for whatever influence money might have, they still can't buy your vote. They might be able to persuade some undecideds, but they have yet to come up with the Republican that can buy my vote.
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