Friday, December 19, 2008


I say go for it. I'm a big fan of taking down anyone in a position more powerful than my own. I realize how hard this is to come by, so I thoroughly enjoy it when it happens.

Monday, December 8, 2008

Rock on...

There's something about music - and especially rock music - that inspires freedom. It brings people together and shatters oppression.

If the collapse of the Berlin wall had a soundtrack, it would be rock & roll.

The fall of the Soviet Union paralleled the rise of rock in Moscow.

American students in the '60s are probably the best example of what I'm saying. And the lyrics don't have to be anti-establishment. They don't have to be about resistance. There's something untouchable in rock & roll itself that goes beyond jurisdictions and pushes the limits of a society.

Introducing Saudi Arabia's first, all-girl rock & roll band.

The AccoLade

Sunday, December 7, 2008

No fear...

I don't know why people are so afraid of this inevitable economic collapse. In fact, I'm kind of counting on it. It's a chance to show ourselves what we're made of.

gives me hope for people.

Thursday, December 4, 2008

Dear Jack...


You probably don't know me, but I've known you practically my whole life.

You see, I grew up in Windsor. Windsor loves you. I've heard the names Masse and Comartin tossed around since I was a kid and the NDP were always the party of choice. My first votes were NDP votes.

You know Jackie - can I call you Jackie? Listen, Jackie-Boy.

I trusted you. Out of the whole pack, I thought you had the most to offer.

What happened, Jackie-Boy?

You know, when talk of this coalition thing started, I thought to myself; "Wouldn't it be GREAT if Jack Layton would lead this group of misfits? Backed by the Bloc and advised by the Grits? Amazing!"

I thought it would have been.

When I was a kid, my friends and I would see the NDP campaign signs and wonder what those three letters stood for.

My favourite was No Damn Principles. I thought it was funny and it stuck with me. Little did I know it would come true.

"I didn't hear any of this high and mighty language and moral indignation from the Prime Minister when he signed a document along with myself and Mr. Duceppe a few years ago and sent it to the Governor General."

You know who said that, Jackie-Boy? YOU.

You stood there - high and mighty in your own fashion - and admitted to the nation that you have no problem allying and pandering with either side for a slice of the pie.

No Damn Principles.

I stood up for you. I casted votes for you. I believed in you. What do YOU believe in? What do YOU stand up for? And why should I ever trust you again?

You let me down Jackie-Boy.

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Epic fail...

Everyone's asking me how I feel about this coalition between the Liberals, NDP and Bloc to dethrone Harper.

I tried to care and find this interesting. I tried see the excitement in something that hasn't happened since WWI.

But my good friend Scotty made me realize that I just wouldn't be true to myself if I didn't hate everyone.

So I've decided to cast a vote for hate.

Canada has lost it's "good government" and what's worse is every single MP on the hill doesn't give a fuck. But I give a fuck. And the 30 million Canadians who are affected by federal inaction during a financial crisis should definitely give a fuck.

At first I was happy. I would rather put up with the occasional Liberal scandal and be $10 million in surplus than be treated like a child and end up $14 billion in debt.

This is also the first time Harper has expressed an emotion that can't somehow be described as "smug." So of course I enjoyed that. Honestly, he's acting like a spoiled kid who's favourite toy has been taken away. This gives me a better idea of how he views the average voter.

I'm not taking sides anymore though. I'm going all out bi-partisan. I'm treating this situation like prison. Punch out the toughest guy you find in the first day. Then make the second toughest your bitch.

Dion. My little princess. You're not fooling anyone. And there are no second chances.

Did you see your numbers in the election? You lead the worst election in Liberal history and after crying the entire weekend your first act was to announce your resignation.

So, no. You should not get to be Prime Minister and neither should your successor whoever it might be. As far as I'm concerned he'll only be White-Out over a mistake in the history books until he proves himself otherwise.

Layton: Work harder you pansy fuck.

Duceppe: Get fucked.

May: Stay the fuck out of this.

Canadians: ...let me tell you something.

We're one of the most amazing countries in the world. Take a look around at what we have. And then take a look at the complete fuckery our Parliament has turned into.

No other country in the world would put up with this sort of nonsense. Except maybe the States. So why are we?

They should all be out. Harper was right on one thing, the government does not work. It IS not working. It has failed.

I'm voting Neo-Rhino next time around. At least they take a vote seriously.