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Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Finding my Smile

What an interesting afternoon. I probably won't discuss it with you further, Windsor, but I will say this: never forget that public blogs are um...public. That goes for Facebook, too.

Explains why my traffic was so high, though.

Do I really need to remind you that by the time most of you read this, the UWSA Annual General Meeting is THURSDAY APRIL 10 AT 4.00 PM IN THE CAW COMMONS!!!

I didn't think so. If you've still got any energy left to complain, after the week of Facebook bitching, now would be the time to spit your bile on a captive audience. For real, actually captive. They can't go anywhere.

Another fun class war breaking out on the Star's site over Grace Macaluso's piece on the Harper government's perceived anti-Windsor bias, and CAW Prez Buzz Hargrove's allegation that the Tories would never turn down a plea for cash from Quebec, since they want to make political inroads there.

But the real fun is to be had in the comments again, with union members spitting their bombast and the uber rational white collar types pointing the finger back at the factory workers.

My favourite is the hollow threat from 'Rick W': vowing to clear out Jeff Watson in the next election and never letting a Conservative back in again. Someone should really tell Rick that the Tories gave up the ghost on Windsor-Essex sometime in the 1980s. The loss of one [deep] backbencher in the caucus? Harper's trembling, I'm sure.

Anyway, friends. I'm doing a coworker a solid and going back to open the store tomorrow after closing it tonight, so I'm out. Get to that general meeting, please. You've been bitching for the last month, put it to good use. Not like they don't deserve it.

So in conclusion, enjoy this video of a Cincinnati morning news team celebrating the lack on traffic accidents on a Friday morning by having losing their frigging minds during something called 'Dance Party Friday.'



All my real heads know that one move is not the Roger Rabbit. It is the Cabbage Patch. Represent, represent-sent.

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