Tips on Beating Down the Conservative Menace
Prime Minister LaureenFucker would have earned my respect if he had used "bone" instead of "screw."...gawd, I love civility.
ti-guy . . .Why don't you go back to your NDP blogs. After all, that's the hole you crawled out of.Or better yet, go organize another strike so you can call your bosses names on the picket line.
After all, that's the hole you crawled out of.How uncivil...Hey ho, PK. Long time no see....How was rehab? I hear crank is the scourge of the prairies and is exacerbating rural retardation. What are your thoughts on that?BCL, I think CPC Central is re-activating its troll brigade.I'm so looking forward to it...
Yup, the trolls are a-trollin'...
Unsavoury language?Just enough to get lots of ink and Canadians attention.Don't bother TiGuy, I'm running around the blogosphere dropping this hilarious video off.BCL was my last stopgo to minute 7:42http://www.cpac.ca/forms/index.asp?dsp=template&act=view3&pagetype=vod&lang=e&clipID=1706
I'm running around the blogosphere dropping this......don't go there, Shillson. I shudder to think what you can drop when you when run around.*plop*...Oh look..Jimmy Hoffa!
It's sad (in an entertaining kind of way) to witness the slow degeneration in ti-guy's comments. For someone who claims to be fluent in several languages, his pathetic inability to express himself in english is rather surprising.
*plop*...Oh, look...a fibroid tumour that talks. Let's call him Paul S....and "English" takes a capital "E," moron.
"...and "English" takes a capital "E," moron." - ti-guyIt is "E", not "E,". And you should really learn how to use an ellipsis properly.
It is "E", not "E,".Actually, it is "E," is correct. I once talked to a copyeditor about this. According to her the comma goes between the quotation marks. Afterall, when you read a book, you often see"Blah, blah," he saidnot "Blah, blah", he said.
Sad, through all his anger, Harper forgot to mention something truly important....NewsLinda J. Keen Receives 2008 Women in Nuclear (WiN) Global AwardOn May 28th, 2008, Linda J. Keen, was presented with the 2008 Women in Nuclear (WiN) Global Award in Marseilles, France. She received special recognition for excellence in communications, education, leadership and mentoring in the nuclear sector. Ms. Keen is currently a permanent full-time Member of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) and was formerly President and Chief Executive Officer. The CNSC is proud to acknowledge Ms. Keen as the first Canadian to receive this award. ...smirk...I'm sure he planned to congratulate her...like a real statesman would wouldn't he?
I get your point. The word screw is hardly Prime Ministerial. I'm no prude but I think a better choice of words are the least we can expect by the Prime Minister. I could care less how he speaks in private but the english language is suffering enough without the help of high profile public people
I meant ["is" the least].My bad
...smirk...I'm sure he planned to congratulate her...like a real statesman would wouldn't he?Heh. Poor Harpy. I wonder just how many mood elevators he has to take these days just so he can get cheery enough to say "...and the Liberals won't even have the decency to give Canadians a reach-around!"
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