No the other WHO, the one with less talent has raised the threat level of the Mexico flu, aka swine flu two point Ohhhh Nooooooo, to deathcaugh
4 5!! Bonus round is right around the corner!
Pandemic II Fun for the whole family... Madagascar, we are counting on you...
Monday, April 27, 2009
Sunday, April 19, 2009
One citizen at a time...
What a sly guy that Harper fellow is. He has figured out a way to take over the whole world without firing a shot. It is quite brilliant actually. Just give Canadian citizenship to everyone!
A new law amending the Citizenship Act came into effect on April 17, 2009. The new law gave Canadian citizenship to certain people who lost it and to others who will be recognized as citizens for the first time.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada have even made a video and put it up on YOUTUBE.
Thursday, April 16, 2009
Sunday, April 12, 2009
Men, get out your whips, toss water at, and spank the women that you meet on Easter Monday. Wait what?
[...] Surely the strangest Easter custom takes places in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia, where there is a tradition of spanking or whipping women on Easter Monday. Males throw water at females and spank them with handmade whips made of willow and decorated with ribbons at the end. The spanking is supposed to be symbolic and according to legend, females should be spanked in order to keep their health and beauty during the next year. [...]
And people think I am Strange.
Remember Paul Potts? He was the cellphone salesman that blew everyone away in 2007.
They just discovered Pauls soul mate on the show this year. Susan Boyle auditioned for the show recently, and she, like Paul, blew the judges away with a jaw dropping performance.
Although not a fan of opera, I can appreciate a great voice. Freddie Mercury taught that lesson to everyone if nothing else...
Thursday, April 02, 2009
Thy name is Charley Pride.
[...] After the case was brought to Pride's attention, he flew from Dallas to Leduc to reimburse her.
"I've always made sure that ... none of the promoters or whoever charge too much for my tickets from the very beginning of my career," he said. "It's just a matter of what's fair … I wouldn't want to pay this much money to see myself!"
In addition to the $933 US, Pride gave Sharp two front-row tickets to his Edmonton show. [...]
And now, here is Charley Pride... with another Albertan singing "Just between you and me".