If you stole a car, do you think it’s a good idea to ask for emergency gas vouchers from the police station? Do you really, Dalton Beyer? Well, you may be rethinking that, now that you’ve been arrested.
Enough of this election stuff for now, le’ts offend some people! *In a local sports bar trivia quiz the other night, I lost by one point. The question was name two things commonly found in cells. It appears that Mexicans and African Americans is not the correct answer. *I’ve heard that Apple has scrapped their […]
Yes, more election things. I’m happy to say that it looks like the voter turnout went up. It didn’t go up by much, but at least it went in the right direction instead of setting a new record low like happened in 2008. That year, only 59.1% of voters bothered, but this year the numbers […]
The subject of bad voting experiences for those with disabilities has come up before, and it’s about to come up again. Brad went out and voted yesterday like you all should have, and as happens so many times when you’ve got something the matter with your eyes or anything else, it didn’t go well. Nobody […]
Last night, Canada sent a message. It’s quite the confusing message, but one was most definitely sent. I’m not even sure where to start, but I guess starting at the top would make sense. Stephen Harper and the Conservatives won a majority. What the…how the…why the…who are you people!? I wish I could get inside […]
Update: Here is a more complete story from the Mercury. The previous link was a note on the paper’s election blog, but this has much more information. Whoever’s doing this is really making a day of it. Complaints are said to be numbering in the hundreds, swamping elections Canada’s local office here. I’m not sure […]