Tuesday, June 07, 2011


No, I won't mince my words. At age 45, watching the 2011 twentysomethings commit the same mistakes the 2010, 2009, 2008 etc twentysomethings committed can get SO boring.


Read it over at Small Dead Animals:


The Canadian Senate Page Program: Each year, fifteen university students from across Canada are selected to participate in the program - one of the most sought-after privileges available to university students. "Under the direction of the Usher of the Black Rod, these leaders of tomorrow are given a remarkable opportunity to be leaders of today."

Brigette DePape: The 21-year-old graduate from the University of Ottawa made headlines for holding up a protest sign that read 'Stop Harper' at the start of the Throne Speech: "This country needs a Canadian version of an Arab Spring." DePape has since received several job offers and is considering taking a position with the Public Service Alliance of Canada.

Hamza Ali al-Khateeb: A 13-year-old Syrian boy who tagged along at an antigovernment protest in the town of Saida a few weeks ago, was arrested, was burned, beaten, lacerated and given electroshocks. His jaw and kneecaps were shattered. He was shot in both arms. When his father saw the state of Hamza’s body, he passed out...

But Harper must be stopped....

When I was twenty, I was rightwing, and without the tons of info that is now freely available.

So why can't they?

In this era, there is NO excuse anymore to be stupid and ignorant.


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