I think it might be the Liberals campaign rectangle. Oh and people using older versions (or most any version) of IE are suckers.
Okay, I deleted the rectangle and reposted. If there are any other problems with IE and that post, you're computer must be disposed of and you get no cake for dinner.
or often don't have any choice. Hell, I'd go back to lynx if I had the option. :)I really must investigate some portable apps...
I think it might be the Liberals campaign rectangle.It wasn't a rectangle, it was an oval. No wait, a triangle. Or maybe...Oh, I don't know.Patsy, help me out here.
(I have also posted this at cathiefromcanada)I received a partisan advertising flyer in my mailbox from the Conservative MP in my riding.It was a "Dion's Tax on Everything" smear that deliberately distorts the issues.This is to be expected from the Conservatives.What I found to be disturbing is that it came by regular mail, but without any postage markings.It was disguised as a poll to constituents from their MP, and had a "No Postage Required" return address to Mike Wallace MP at the House of Commons in Ottawa.Is it legal for campaigns to send out partisan literature at taxpayer expense?Or did Mike Wallace not notice it because he was too busy chairing the House Ethics Committee?These Conservatives have been feeding at their Republican mentor's trough for too long....For the first time in my life, I will not vote NDP, but will vote strategically for the Liberal simply to defeat the Conservative slimebuckets.
ootpoot, i received yet another campaign flier on the taxpayer dime, i'll have more on this tomorrow. thanks for your passion and words.
Ti-guy opines:"It wasn't a rectangle, it was an oval. No wait, a triangle. Or maybe...Oh, I don't know.Patsy, help me out here."Silly boy. In Patsy's world, everything is a triangle.
That's probably because he's obsessed with the one triangle he's never seen.
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