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TimesArrow

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11 years ago @ Macleans.ca - The untold story of th... · 0 replies · +1 points

So you might catch me on tv one day. I'll be the balding bearded MA scruffy dude getting stuffed into a P'Wagon, likely yelling pigs and giving them the finger. [ my mama loved me.That's ok cuz we have to suffer for what we love; it's one of life's immutable laws].
It has become a bit of a tradition to take a swan dive off Paul's blog[ who'm i to mess with tradition?] I'd like to say i'm sorry for peaving all the conbots[ not so many] But i'd be ly'n, so i wont. It's been a blast. I've had tons of fun and many good laughs.I've lurned myself alot and hopefully i've fought the good fight and contributed something too?
Ta ta for now..
Mahsi cho

Oh, if i come back it some time, it will be under my own steam...Ken Cunningham ...out!

11 years ago @ Macleans.ca - The untold story of th... · 1 reply · +1 points

I've always regretted missing the Clayquot protests[ formerly the largest peace time mass arrest in Canada, due to my habit of letting others do the work rather than the thinking for for me. But i'll never forget those sweet frail elders being kindly helped by the mounties into the PWagons[ no snark]. I've lived in a coastal native community.I know what it''l mean when the almost inevitable cost of pushing through a pipeline and tanker traffic will be for these people.Put the damn thing if we must have it into Van or PR where there are resources and any spill can be mitigated, although it may not stop a tanker disaster.

11 years ago @ Macleans.ca - A personal reflection ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Could you send this over to the libs? They seriously need to read stuff like this. Yes the CPC played dirty pool and they should be roundly condemned[ they were by parliament] for playing fast and loose with the rules of our democracy. But in the bigger picture they have no one left to blame anymore; rather like Harper has no one left to blame now for his blunders or contempt for our parliament.

11 years ago @ Macleans.ca - No country for good men · 0 replies · +5 points

Bastard. Iknow who you are. You wrecked my neighbourhood lake. Just you wait untili take delivery of my D8 cat...i'll be right over. Better enjoy that cottage while you can.

11 years ago @ Macleans.ca - No country for good men · 0 replies · +3 points

Cognitive dissonace...gotta love it.

11 years ago @ Macleans.ca - No country for good men · 0 replies · +3 points

If you would just cut down on those sour grapes and chowed down on some yummy liberal tofu maybe, just maybe, you wouldn't be so old and fat and white....as for the music...i hope it's some Neil man...h'bout Sugar Mountain with a side of poutine...mmmmm..now that's stupid and EVIL.

11 years ago @ Macleans.ca - No country for good men · 0 replies · -1 points

Well said. AVR is so wrapped up in HIS hatred of all things liberal, elitist and generally progressive that he can't see pass the hunk of deadwood in HIS eye to see the speck in Potters. He has a point to make. But as always with AVR he chooses to make it so visciously and in such a ridicuously over the top manner as to actually appear cartoonish himself. Sad guy really.

11 years ago @ Macleans.ca - No country for good men · 1 reply · +2 points

mmmm, would you say that applied to Harper too?...just say'n.

11 years ago @ Macleans.ca - No country for good men · 1 reply · 0 points

He did, mostly.

11 years ago @ Macleans.ca - No country for good men · 1 reply · +1 points

I don't really get your point. The PC was hardly any better. Neither will i predict the CPC. All politcs appears scummy to me. Why single out the LPC?. Admittedly they're never behind the door in this regard.