Saturday, April 10, 2010

Stupid people of the world unite!


Sure, over there will be fine.

8 comments:

DM said...
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CC said...

Fuck off, DM. Seriously.

sooey said...

Interesting how unenlightened people see news as "good" or "bad" as opposed to "news".

Moon Rattled said...

"Chasing Apple Pie"

Haha. I've come to believe these people are genetically defective.

Mark said...

For all of us out here who read from time to time... both the itchy paper thingys as well as these wondrous blogerations I would love to see your lists of our leaders' past and present-- accomplishments and blunderings posted on all the blogerees for the edification of both hands of the ol' Canuck body politic. I happened to think of the chief first just because...
China wheat and human rights versus the Arrow--Lester B, now that was Canada. Jean C saved confederation and Brian M had the guts to bring the vat... whereas Joe C, what the hell Kim and Capt Stevie "Rovian construct" too. That sort of thing might actually edify old firmgrrlz.
By the way what is the definition of ignorance?

CC said...

Huh. Apparently, the Turing test still has a few bugs to work out.

Mark said...

It obviously bugs whatever is frmgrlz and by the way I'm cool as long as you don't mention ezra as he is my bow tie noir when I'm whiskeyed!

jkg said...

Isn't that what the business section of the newspaper is for? I mean, there is an entire business reporting channel available in Canada called the Business News Network all the freakin' time, and on nightly news, there is a business report also done by the folks at BNN who do for CTV! It is not as if though these type of things are buried deep. It is business reporting for pete's sake.

It has been easy to follow economic and business reports. I wonder if they have any commentary about how Canadian banks are getting nervous that the G7 may 'harmonize' our regulations with those of other countries (like the U.S.).

I am sure all the howling about Adscam, they were really focused on the resilient Canadian economy at that time as opposed to the juicy details of corruption or Ralph Goodale's alleged involvement about Income Trusts. This just seems to be an abject persecution complex.