Sunday, September 10, 2006

The Big Picture

Bashing Islam is so common nowadays. But so is bashing environmentalists. Where have we got ourselves anyway? And then there are those who are religious environmentalists who think they have the cure and keep lecturing on how to figure out the meaning of life - and charging us for this! Materialist society who is so concerned about quality of life, who don't worry so much about those who produce for us. Islam is bad because people blow themselves up to show how morally superior they are than us. Environmentalists are willing to save wildlife. Somehow I know this bad for us - losing property, peta... Anyway I'm thinking of trading places. Environmentalists (which the western world really is, more on that on another day) feel doomed no matter what, but at least the religious folks are happy, right?

Saturday, January 07, 2006

Its all about the anticipation

Things sure are going well for the Conservatives, knock on wood. There seems to be bated breath all over the blogs, a definite sense of anticipation. You know you are a political junkie when your mouse is click-clicking all over the place like a rapid heartbeat, and when you read your local paper and it tells you this is one of the most lackluster, boring election in years. Where do they get that stuff? It is something that those of us with optimism must consider though. If most aren't paying attention, will they go to the polls and vote for the party that they have traditionally supported in the past? Will they vote at all? These upcoming weeks are going to drag on forever and the election will be here before we know it.

And I still have time for quizzes...

Your results:
You are Spider-Man




Wonder Woman


Iron Man

The Flash


Green Lantern


You are intelligent, witty,
a bit geeky and have great
power and responsibility.">

Saturday, December 31, 2005

Last post of the year...

Not that I posted much anyway. I guess I'm not too much of a blogger, at all, I much prefer getting out and seeing all of the other opinions out there.

I hope this coming year that I blog more, though. I find it difficult, I am almost fed up with this country, but I have so much optimism regarding the coming federal election. There is a good chance for change here, and that is what this country needs more than anything. I really, really cannot understand why anyone would vote for a corrupt, incompetant group. Afraid of the Conservatives? Dumbass chickenshit. Did you learn nothing as a child? You cannot live your life in fear, especially when you live in a democracy. If they suck, vote them out. If ideologically you cannot vote Conservative, that I can respect, vote NDP or Green. Neither one have been investigated 33 times over the past three years for criminal activity.

Whoops. That was a bit of a ramble. Anyway, happy new year, and here's to an improved Canada in 2006!!

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Yeah, but I still have time for quizzes

You're an introspective intellectual.

What Sort of Intellectual Are You?
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Friday, September 23, 2005


So much for the posting lots. A friend of mine committed suicide this week. At first I was really mad at him, you know, he could have asked so many people for help. He was pretty messed up, but he had so much support. Now more details are coming out, and it just gets weird. He did this to avoid being confronted by the police about a murder he witnessed years ago. I don't even know what to say. Hopefully I'll eventually end up with a decent, regularly posted blog.

Friday, September 09, 2005

I'm Rich

Much is being said across the blogosphere about Being Poor and Staying Poor. Well, I've been poor. Homeless on the street in Edmonton poor, living in a shelter. But I overcame it.

And now I'm rich.

Not money rich, but still rich. You know why? I live in the most beautiful place on earth, in the middle of the mountains, with glorious orange and red sunrises and sunsets. My dinners consist of whatever I want to eat: steak (top sirloin of course, like I said I'm not money rich), chicken, fish, pizza, whatever. When I go to work, people are in good moods and happy to see me. When I'm at work, I get to surf around on the internet. When I'm home, I can sit on my little patch of grass, or be inside curled up with a good book. I'm healthy. I have awesome friends, a cute cat, and kittens on the way. Does life get any better?

The Tolerant Left

I was checking out some of the lefty blogs yesterday, to see what they've been chatting about. Is that considered trolling? I'd like to understand why they hate conservatives so much. So I was at one who was absolutely trashing the right's point of view, claiming that we are intolerant. While saying that perhaps there are some of us who may be human. As opposed to what? Ducks? I don't know. Anyway, there are definitely people on the right who take it too far, and maybe this is an example of the extreme left. But still, to claim superiority while making prejudiced statements... Well, I had to comment. And in between typing and clicking, one of the other commentors remarked that they would have a weapon nearby for the next time they were confronted by a righty. How do you respond to that? Is that sane? Do they see the hypocracy?

Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Weekend is Over

Well, I had intended on posting over the weekend, but I somehow inhereted a tent trailer, and had the chance to take it out. So I did, 15 minutes away from home, completely secluded. Saw some northern lights, and tonnes of stars.

Didn't get a chance to see the news much. Haven't yet decided if that's a good thing, friends tell me I watch and read too much news. Ah, what can I say, I tell them they watch too much crap on tv. Anyhoo, I watched a bit of CNN at the boyfriends house (he doesn't get Fox), and the news anchor was interviewing a black reverand, desparately trying to get him to say that the reason the government didn't get in quick enough was cause they were black. Which he refused to say, but boy was CNN pushing. So I went back to the campsite thinking that there would be a huge race thing going on in the states now, but when I finally got home and watched some other news, it wasn't that way at all. Thank goodness.

So I guess now they'll be trying to figure out what went wrong. I'd like to ask some of the survivors though, how many of them chose not to leave, and how many couldn't. Big diff, in my mind.