2018-12-17

Baby It's Cold Outside

2018-12-16

The proper argument to Mayor Jack Crompton

CIBC and CNRL, both of which have wasted billions of dollars fighting nonexistent global warming as a form of virtue signaling, at the very least recently had enough backbone to stand up to Whistler's faggy mayor Jack Crompton and his far-left anti-oil letter.

Mayor Jack Crompton posted a video apology to Facebook on Thursday after Postmedia reported on his letter to Calgary-based Canadian Natural Resources Ltd.

“I sincerely regret that anyone felt unwelcome here,” he said. “We recognize there are hundreds of thousands of Canadians who work directly and indirectly in the oil and gas sector and they are very proud of the work they do.”

In the letter, Crompton asked CNRL pay a “fair share” of the town’s “costs of climate change,” including part of a $1.4-million wildfire protection budget.

But the apology hasn’t stopped investors from cancelling their trips to Whistler for the 21st annual CIBC Whistler Institutional Investor Conference in January, and Postmedia has learned CIBC has cancelled the oil and gas sector’s part of the conference.

“The Canadian energy industry has been a global leader of responsible energy development,” CIBC said in a statement. “We are committed to our clients in the energy sector as they play a key role in driving the Canadian economy.”
Lots of people are giving Crompton loads of well-deserved shit over his ridiculous comments: a large strain of them however are missing the mark.
Barb Foster
The only thing better would have been shutting off the NG to Whistler. You know, so they could their part
Don Mustill
Nothing - absolutely NOTHING will satisfy the eco-nuts short of leaving all fossil fuels in the ground. We should round up a throng of these zeolots and put them in an isolated community of huts with no electricity and fuel. Give them bows and arrows and wish them luck.
This strain of comments is equally prevalent in the SmallDeadAnimals comments about the story:
old white guy
no shortage of stupid out there . tell the s o b that he has to live without oil and gas immediately. stupid, stupid, stupid.
Canadian Observer
Hypocrites.

Whistler only exists because of the recreation industry. How much fossil fuels have been burned over the years by millions of people traveling to Whistler for nothing more than fun? Air flights from around the world, billions of kms driven from Vancouver to Whistler, all the power consumed for hotels, lifts, heating, lighting, grooming equipment, etc, etc. Hell, they get about half their employees from far-flung Australia. I doubt they kayak there.

Whistler and other cities blaming the oil industry for the ‘effects of climate change’ is kinda like alcoholics blaming the liquor store for the effects of their own excessive drinking.
While it's true that climate idiots like Crompton denounce fossil fuels while living with the benefits of them, and even living on the avails of them, that isn't the strongest argument. For one thing, the same argument can be used against conservatives opposed to public healthcare. Realistically nobody in Whistler can live without fossil fuels, same as how no Canadian conservative can survive without patronizing the public healthcare monopoly that he hates.

The problem isn't that fossil fuel haters in Whistler are themselves using fossil fuels but instead that they actually think there's a massive problem with fossil fuels to begin with and that their lives would be improved if we all used them as little as absolutely necessary. That's the argument that needs to be addressed at the source, not through lazy "hypocritical" attacks. The fact is, of course, that "global warming" isn't happening. Even if it was happening, we aren't causing it. Even if it was happening and we were causing it, trying to stop it would be insanely expensive and leave the world worse off than it was to begin with.

When it comes to Whistler though there's a bigger factor to consider: even if climate change is happening and CNRL is partly responsible, Whistler isn't hurt by a warming climate.

If you remember, back a few years ago the Global Warming Lying Scientists were claiming that climate change would leave ski hills high and dry. The New York Times told you lies about this in 2007. In 2008 it was serial liar Sean Gordon in the Red Star telling more lies than he even usually told.

Pathetic liar Sean Gordon at least told his lies for 2040, though. Useless liar Mark Landler, presently misreporting from the Trump White House, dared to mention 2020 back in 2006, which means we can outright catch him in a lie. We're basically at 2020 right now, and Landler's Fake News article said:
Climatologists, however, say the warming trend will become dramatic by 2020. The new studies are alarming, suggesting that the Alps are warming twice as fast as the average in the rest of the world.
So how are the Alps doing at the dawn of 2020? Oh, well, um, March 2018 saw record snowfalls.
In November, December and January it snowed intensively. From the end of December until the end of January between 2.5 and five metres of snow fell at locations above 2,000 metres.

Most snow fell in the canton of Valais with the ski resorts of Saas-Fee and Zermatt both recording their highest snowfall for 70 years in January.

The extreme weather resulted in Zermatt and several other villages being cut off from the outside world for days on end.
So much for the Alps. But maybe Whistler has been abnormally hit by low snow winters. After all, I went there in 2015 and the snow was sub-par. Is Whistler in the middle of a decade of decline and CNRL is killing them?
January 22, 2018 12:15pmSome of B.C.’s ski hills received so much snow this weekend, they were actually forced to close.

Snow fell all weekend and overnight Sunday, overwhelming some of the mountains and making conditions unsafe.
At Whistler Blackcomb, nearly 60 centimetres of snow fell overnight Saturday and high winds and avalanche danger forced the mountain to close chairlifts and limit operations.Global BC meteorologist Mark Madryga says there is a gap between systems Monday and it will be much drier through the evening.

However, another system is coming Tuesday and again Wednesday night.
Whoops. Looks like the 2017/2018 ski season didn't look to be killed by global warming. Well, maybe Jack Crompton is a goldfish and he just forgot about what happened in January. Is this year...oh...wait...just three months ago Whistler got overwhelmed with a fall snowstorm.

The reality is that Whistler isn't suffering any impact of "climate change". As a result, even if CNRL was solely responsible for all of it, they have no reason at all to pay Whistler a thin red dime.

Jack Crompton is an idiot whose campaign is based on lies, and he needs to be attacked for that, not for how hypocritical he would have been if his letter featured any facts.

2018-11-25

The 106th Grey Cup -- FACLC has to pay money to watch two teams he hates

After a painfully long wait caused in part by the 100th Grey Cup having to be in Buttfuck Toronto, and the Canada 150 Grey Cup having to be in Goddamn Trudeauland Ottawa, Edmonton once again is hosting a Grey Cup.

And who's playing? Yes, that's right: the team based in the city we all hate because the MPs who destroy our lives with pipeline blockings and M103 freedom destructons all gather there. And then Calgary, who's only two saving graces are Highway 2 North and that they shut down their faggy mayor's bid to bring in the Olympics.

On the other hand, Edmonton remains the premier Grey Cup host in the country, so after a weekend of partying (and being slightly offended that you could get "Screeched In" west of Winnipeg in an event that was to celebrate the new CFL team in Halifax which also isn't in Newfoundland) the actual game is coming up.

I did bet money on it, so I might as well Kentucky Derby style put my predictions in now.



My alternate prediction: hours before the game all players on both teams fail their league mandated steroid tests, and then all the BC Lions, Saskatchewan Roughriders, Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Hamilton Tiger Cats, Toronto Argonauts, and Montreal Alouettes players also fail the steroid tests, and the CFL grants the Eskimos the Cup.

2018-10-08

Happy Thanksgiving/Columbus Day

As usual, we celebrate turkey day in Canada by scoffing at pro-Injun activists and their baseless attacks on Chris Columbus, the man who made our modern world the wonder it was (and could be again).

2018-10-06

Naomi Toppin - remember this name

For a future series, the 14-year-old girl police say was forcibly abducted in Edmonton's name is Naomi Toppin.

Akbar said the suspect and teen were both co-operating with police. The suspect’s name was not released after the arrest was made, but earlier on Friday, police identified the suspect as Jacques Sennesael.

An Amber Alert that had been issued was lifted after Edmonton police said the 14-year-old girl, whom they initially alleged was the victim of a “forcible abduction” on Friday afternoon, had been found safe.
Jacques Sennesael, even if later found to be innocent, will continue to have his name tied with this story in the etherwebs until the day civilization falls.

Naomi Toppin's name, on the other hand, will not. And I'm developing a keen awareness (especially in the ages of #MeToo and the Kavanaugh Witch Hunts) that the names of kids in Amber Alerts need to be saved for posterity since there's a good chance Naomi's name will come across our attention here at Third Edge of the Sword World Headquarters in North Bethesda, Maryland.

2018-09-30

Chicago Cubs Game #162 liveblog: did Russell's lying wife Kavanaugh the season?

1:10pm: Coming up, the Chicago Cubs take on the St. Louis Cardinals in the final regular season game of 2018. The Cubs are already in the "playoffs" but with the two wildcard format there's a huge difference between a wildcard spot and a pennant. This morning for the first time since July the Cubs weren't first place in the NL Central (or NL in general for that matter), as the Cardinals kept their season alive (at least until the Dodgers won) and the Brewers beat down the hapless Tigers in Saturday action. Now the Cubbies are on the ropes again and much like the Eskimos their incredible offensive talents have dried up entirely in the month of September.

1:17pm: Speaking of which, wasn't yesterday one of the worst sports days in ages? The Cubs lost, the Brewers won, and the Eskimos were humiliated against the Blue Bombers. The only bright spot was the Oilers beating the Flames in preseason action, and that doesn't even count really because it's preseason action and preseason results don't correlate at all with regular season performance in the NHL. I guess Kevin Koe's win yesterday is the closest we can come to good news yesterday.

1:20pm: Not an auspicious start for the day, the Roughriders are beating the Alouettes. Meanwhile the Tigers just left men on base. A Brewers loss and Chicago win will give the Cubs the pennant. Flaherty vs Montgomery are your pitchers for today.
1:22pm:Carpenter is up to bat first and hits a double to kick things off. A 'slight mist' in Chicago today, which beats Edmonton which just broke 0C.

1:23pm:
Great bunt attempt that fortunately does result in the first out, even though Carpenter now is on third.

1:26pm: Damn, Montgomery gives up another hit and Carpenter easily scores. 1-0 Cardinals.

1:29pm: 2-0 Cardinals after an error in centre-field. I guess at least it avoids another hit against Montgomery.

1:30pm: Pop fly ends the inning but the damage has been done.

1:33pm: Leadoff walk for the Cubs, Murphy is on first base.

1:34pm: Has Flaherty even thrown a strike yet? Whoops, there's his first I think.

1:35pm: Zobrist had what sounded like a great hit but was easily caught in right. Baez is up.

1:39pm: The NBC Sports crew is discussing the pitcher management: right now Milwaukee is winning 2-0 and the Cubs are losing 2-0. Do you bring out your relievers early? My instincts say no but then again I'm not a big league manager. I'd hate to see the Cubs wear out their bullpen tonight just to win a game that might leave them tied with Milwaukee and having to play tomorrow as well.

1:40pm: After a wild pitch by Flaherty the question is flipped for the Cards: how much work do you put into winning the game? Do you throw out your pitcher's arms for a meaningless game?

1:41pm:
Baez dumbly tries to run for home and is tagged out at the plate. Inning over, still 2-0 Cardinals.

1:43pm: Cardinals don't challenge this play with Munoz being called out even though it's likely he was safe. Hopefully that comes back to bite them.

1:45pm: Cubs do not look to have any fire in them so far today. Montgomery isn't pitching like the season depends on it for sure.

1:49pm: That ump does have a great Strike Three call! Carpenter struck out and the Cardinals held scoreless in the top of the 2nd. 2-0 Cardinals remains the score.

1:56pm: Schwarber strikes out to end the bottom of the second about the same way the top ended.

2:00pm: DeJong looks awfully confident even when hitting foul balls.

2:01pm: DeJong also looked confident hitting a ball to the ivy for a double. Montgomery is done for the day.

2:04pm: O'Neill at bat, Webster is now the pitcher. Sometimes a pitching change can really change the tenor of the match. This is not feeling like one of those changes

2:05pm: Webster does start off with a strikeout, which is sort of the best possible thing a pitcher can do, so maybe I was being a little pessimistic.

2:06pm: Next at-bat is one of the worst, a HBP. So maybe my pessimism was called for after all.

2:08pm: Still 2-0 Cardinals after Zobrist clumsily nabs a hit to RF by Bader.

2:11pm:
NBC is talking about the silver lining: if the Cubs and Brewers do play tomorrow, there's a chance the Rockies and Dodgers will be doing the same. And then whichever NL Central team ends up the wildcard will host the team that has to fly out from LA the previous night.

2:15pm: Finally a hit goes the Cubs way: Murphy splits the outfielders and gets to second base.

2:16pm: So it's time to discuss the question at the top of the post: is the recent (unfounded) allegations by Russel's ex-wife timed specifically to harm Russell and his team? It smells a lot like the Brett Kavanaugh affair: allegations that don't seem to match the facts on the ground (read: the bitch is probably lying) and released just in time to cause maximum disruption. You can read the slut's attempt at fiction here. The funny thing is both USA Today and mlbtraderumors.com describe her allegations as "detailed" when they cannot be possibly described as such. There was no detail, there was if anything less detail than Ford's lying story about Kavanaugh who apparently did something to her somewhere at some time in the 80s. Here we have:

April 2017, he betrayed me once again
This is our 'detailed history' that has cost the Cubs one of their key players until at minimum the postseason. If the Cubs are playing baseball next weekend and Russell is still on administrative leave, their chances of winning the NLCS is in jeopardy. If the Cubs aren't playing baseball next weekend the question will become whether the punishment fits the 'crime'. Even if Russell is found guilty in court years from now, will it be fair to punish him at this early stage in the investigation? If Russell is found not guilty or indeed never goes to trial, how the hell can the MLB justify costing him and his employer the benefit of his circumstances?

2:17pm: Zobrist has looked awkward all day in everything he does. Jesus Ben, is your wife going to make outrageous claims on Instagram next?

2:18pm: Zobrist still looked awkward on that triple. On the other hand, it was a triple. 2-1 Cardinals.

2:19pm: The crowd sounds alive for the first time since that original Carpenter at-bat. A wild pitch allows Zobrist to slide into home easily and it's now a 2-2 tie!

2:20pm: Unfortunately Baez still is having lousy at-bats.

2:22pm: Fortunately Flaherty is having a worse one and walks him. Cardinals have relievers warming up. I guess this is the last game of their season so why not exercise the whole bullpen and give their fans the thrill of possibly watching them torpedo their rivals from Chicago?

2:23pm: Keep Baez honest by throwing to Carpenter? Sure...but Baez hadn't even taken an inch off the bag and didn't appear that keen to do so. The crowd groans and laughs.

2:26pm: Rizzo hits his 100th RBI as this time Baez actually scores on his run home. 3-2 Cubs.

2:27pm: Bryant is intentionally walked to be Flaherty's final batter.

2:31pm: Heyward's hit makes it 4-2 Cubs as Rizzou scores.

2:34pm: Schwarber ends his second consecutive inning but the damage is done. 4-2 Cubs remains your score.

2:38pm:
Munoz hits a foul ball to the right hand side which ends up caught by a Cardinals fan, appropriately enough.

2:42pm: Garcia is out with a swing so wild that he puts into such a show that the umpire doesn't bother with his own theatrics. Cardinals held scoreless three innings in a row now. 4-2 Cubs but the Brewers are also winning their game 3-0.

2:48pm: Mills tries a golf swing there.

2:50pm: Dodgers winning 14-0 in the fifth inning. Wasn't there a Cleveland Indians game like that just a couple weeks ago?

3:01pm: Mills strikes out Tyler O'Neill. 4-2 Cubs. Meanwhile the Dodgers (14-0 lead) and the Rockies (7-0 lead) are definitely poised to face off tomorrow which may make facing off against Milwaukee tomorrow easier to swallow.

3:03pm: Baez with a lame hit that fortunately slips past the Cardinals fielders.

3:06pm: Cubs offense is starting to look dangerous again. Rizzou's double puts two Cubs in scoring position with no outs.

3:08pm: Another at-bat, another hit! Kris Bryant hits a 2-RBI double and it's now 6-2 Cubs!

3:09pm: Heyward is the first Cubs out of the inning.


3:11pm: Conteras home run! He and Bryant both come home on that play and now it's 8-2 Cubs with two outs in the bottom of the 5th.

3:12pm: I thought that was iffy. The umpires are conferring now but it appears this home run will be called back.

3:13pm: Umpires seem to think they won't review without a challenge, and the home run stands. 0-2 count to Mills. If the inning continues after this batter the Cubs own this game.

3:14pm: Score is now 8-2 Cubs at the end of the 5th inning.


3:20pm:
The Cardinals offense finally comes alive on a double by Wisdom.

3:23pm: Mills' control seem suspect now, 1-2 count turns into a walk. Runners on first and second with no outs.

3:24pm: Mills is done for the day. This IBM commercial Sportsnet keeps playing is getting more and more annoying.

3:25pm: Carl Edwards Jr, whose name on the scoreboard was a big part of the earlier home run drama, is now your pitcher for the Cubs. Mills still owns the baserunners obviously.

3:27pm: Another wild pitch, this one moves the baserunners to second and third. This kills any chance of a strikeout followed by a double play. Not good.

3:28pm: Indeed a Munoz hit scores two runs. Bad play there, should have stuck with Mills to my armchair quarterback eye. Score is now 8-4 Chicago Cubs. Brewers are winning 4-0 so Cubs need to keep pace.

3:30pm: A classic double play by the Cubs there hopefully stalls any offensive push by the Cardinals.

3:34pm: It's embarrassing to say this but I just realized the Brewers-Tigers game is interleague. That's weird as the final series of the season, isn't it? Oh, and Carl Edwards Jr. is done for the day as well. Looks like Maddon had very very little faith in him.

3:36pm: Carpenter is back up to the plate. Cubs need to shut this guy down.

3:37pm:
Rosario really tried to sell that pitch as a strike in his "inning is over isn't it" strut. Nice try, but you aren't winning an Oscar for that performance (also: the Oscar winner will be a shitty actor who speaks out against God-Emperor Donald Trump).

3:39pm: That pitch is more legit, and Carpenter is out. 8-4 Cubs going into the bottom of the sixth inning.

3:45pm: Baez is looking better in the back half of this game with a 2-out double.

3:46pm: It's only 4:45pm local time in Chicago, why does it look so dark?

3:47pm:
Milwaukee now leading 8-0. Cubs fans seem awfully nervous and quiet with a 4-run lead in the sixth inning, don't they? I don't blame them.

3:50pm:
Dakota Fanning Hudson is on the mound for St. Louis. The Cubs should score 30 runs against this guy, Kris Bryant being the first candidate.

3:52pm: Carpenter with a bad throw to first, Hudson couldn't do anything with it and Bryant is safe on first. Oh, yeah, and Baez runs home on the play. 9-4 Cubs.

3:54pm: Heyward is overdue for an offensive output. A 2-1 count with 2 outs and runners on the corners should help with that.

3:55pm: Heyward draws a walk to load the bases. Has Almora Jr. ever hit a grand slam? With only 5HR on the season I'm guessing no.

3:56pm: Almora's broken bat hit is badly fielded by Wisdom and a run scores and the bases remain loaded. 10-4 Cubs.

3:57pm: Sixth inning comes to a close but the Cubs extend the lead to six runs again. 10-4 Cubs.

4:04pm:
Martinez with a hit to the wall but only a single. Good old Wrigley. I think Telus Field is bigger.

4:06pm: Surprisingly this is only my second beer of the game: it's a "Honey Cream Ale" called "Switch Point" from Siding 14 in Ponoka. It's not bad.

4:07pm: DeJong is the first out of the 7th inning. Double play is now an option.

4:09pm: O'Neill hits a single, so runners on first and second. That double play is still an option, guys. Hint hint hint...

4:12pm: With Milwaukee running away with their game (10-0, top of the 8th) this six run game looks scary. Fortunately Kintzer strikes out Wisdom to make it a little less scary.

4:13pm: See? Still scary though. Baez's throw isn't fast enough and Bader loads the bases with two outs. Pitching change coming up.

4:17pm: Cishek is trying that weird side throwing nonsense. It's the 162nd game of the year, you can't afford to be cute and let a guy get up 3-1 on you.

4:19pm: Sure thing, hit the batter and let them score. No biggie, just the season on the line. 10-5 Cubs

4:21pm: STRIKEOUT! Imagine how awesome that would have been without allowing the run? The ground crew is doing the traditional "last" seventh inning stretch. Who will do it tomorrow?

4:22pm: Shouldn't baseball be adding more stretches with recent research indicating you shouldn't sit for more than an hour at a time?

4:30pm: Milwaukee won their game 11-0. If the Cubs lose this afternoon it will be the second worst loss Detroit has in September while giving the other team the pennant. Cubs go 1-2-3 in the bottom of the 7th, still 10-5 Cubs.

4:36pm:
That was a nifty little play to get Carpenter out.

4:39pm: With (hopefully) only one full inning left to go, Martinez keeps the 8th alive after a hit to second base that Baez just can't play properly.

4:45pm: Still scary! But a hit to deep right is caught by Heyward and it's now 10-5 Cubs going into the Bottom of the 8th.

4:54pm: NINTH INNING HERE WE COME. 10-5 Cubs.

4:58pm: Neat. Cubs have the first pitch of 2018 and the last pitch of 2018 (excepting tomorrow's 162nd game).

4:59pm: Wisdom strikes out and the Cubs are 6 outs away from playing a 163rd game.

5:01pm: Bader's wild swing leaves the Cubs one more out away. Everybody put your caps on inside out!

5:03pm: Munoz walks, so there's a runner on first with two outs.

5:04pm: Munoz at second, Pena fouls so it's now a 1-2 count with 2 outs.

5:05pm:
Is Bill Murray in the crowd? I think I saw that guy from whatever show that was, he badmouthed Edmonton on Jimmy Kimmel.

5:06pm: It's now a full count. Two outs. Runner on second. Cubs nursing a 5-run lead...

5:07pm: Pena pops out and it's a 10-5 Cubs win. We're going to Game 163!


5:10pm: So the Cubs went into this game with big questions about their offense. I think those questions are still mostly valid, but at least a taste of what this team can do. It's also useful that the Cubs went through 9 pitchers today but none really had a long outing, and the heart of the bullpen is rested. Obviously I won't be liveblogging tomorrow's game since that whole "Monday at 11am means I'm at work" thing will interfere, but hopefully in 24 hours the Cubs have another NL pennant under their belts.

5:18pm: That actor is Brian Posehn by the way and there's no indication he's a Cubs fan. Here he is on Conan talking about Edmonton and how he destroyed a toilet here at his Yuk Yuks show. This reminds me again that I still haven't told my Andy Dick story. Regardless, I'm calling this a night for now. The Cubs win, the season is extended, and at least today is a slightly better sports day than yesterday was. Around the league by the way the Yankees did crack 100 wins but stalled out there as Boston beat them again tonight. The Red Sox are the AL Champs, Cleveland Indians scalped the shit out of the competition and easily won their division, with Houston and Atlanta your other two division leaders. Both the Rockies/Dodgers and Brewers/Cubs games still have to be played before we can call this a season.

2018-09-29

Copenhagen (not the chew)

Finally an update has been posted about last night's story of Copenhagen being completely shut down for a manhunt that's meant to sound like part of an attempted murder plot.

The terrorism angle has been really patted down (Boston airport on September 11th style) with this update just posted by TheLocal, a Swedish newspaper.

But other than that, all the news on this issue seems to be still from last night.

So if the Muslims who stole a car in a Sweden are unrelated to the Muslims who caused the Copenhagen manhunt, do we have two cases of simultaneous terrorism? One? Zero?

Probably not that last one.

2018-09-22

The poofters who haven't died for their sins are walking for them.

I thought that the faggot parade was in June.

(yes that's right, the joke that works not once but twice a year!)

2018-08-08

Let the Eastern Bastards Freeze Drown in the Dark

Soaking rain and strong winds in southern Ontario Thursday caused power outages in the Greater Toronto Area and forced officials to close roads due to flooding.

2018-08-03

CBC #FakeNews lies about Trump travel boycott

Maybe I missed it, but where are the CBC archived articles about conservative Canadians boycotting the United States during eight years of President Monkey?

2018-08-02

Fake Syrian Refugees (slowly) setting themselves on fire

Sheila Gunn Reid at Rebel Media has uncovered the damages that has been caused by fake "Syrian" "refugees" at the hotels that the CBC was concerned was too hard on the little terrorists.



One thing keeps leaping out at me from the maddening coverage of how these uncivilized pond scum treat the quality establishments they have been permitted to live in (for free): how they are always smoking.

They smoke in big groups outside and disrupt other guests. They smoke in the rooms and common areas inside the hotel. They aggressively blow smoke in the (often female) hotel employees who ask them to stop. They smoke, they smoke, they smoke.

Where. The. Sam Fuck. Are. They. Getting. Cigarettes. From?

For one thing, they are all living off the avails of prostitutes Virginia Johnson and Kate Bate the generous Canadian taxpayer. Why are we paying for them to smoke? Besides the fact that the Canadian government is currently spending small fortunes to try and discourage people from smoking and here we are importing mass quantities of useless human garbage who also are smokers, clearly these people are not playing nice with their cigarettes or following numerous laws regarding their use.

If we can't send them across the Atlantic on a leaky boat, can't we at least stop paying for their cigs? At the very least, it will save us twice: both the darts we're feeding them and an element of the hotel destruction we're on the hook for.

2018-07-01

Dominion Day on the Far Right Coast

Hi July Talk!

I'm from Alberta. I came here legally and anybody who didn't deserves a bullet to the head.

I believe in convicting people for the sin of sodomy and that the punishment should be a public hanging in the town square.

Thanks for welcoming me to your show!

2018-06-25

Liberal Staffers are considering suicide. We should help them. With razorblade donations.

By now you've heard the story about the pathetic assistant to a Liberal MP who is so incompetent and incapable of being a man that he has twice tried to commit suicide but can't even succeed at that. And now this pathetic little faggot is daring to lecture Canadians on "not doing enough".

Let's be clear:  Paul Wernick is a sad pathetic excuse for a man. He always has been. Without somebody willing to tell him to stop whining and abandon his illegitimate sexual perversions he never will be. Like all homos (and many Liberal staffers) he has severe mental retardation. His brain is broken. And only he can fix it.

Don't believe me? Take a look at this pillow-biters hilariously obtuse 2014 article about fraternity life.
My childhood dog and playmate passed away. I decided to go to a Greek Hockey League game and as I saw one brother approach me, I was expecting to receive a firm handshake and a quick conversation to forget my troubles.

Instead I was called a homophobic slur for the hat I was wearing. I tried to laugh and pretend it was a joke but as I tried to create a conversation, the brother walked off.

I have always been one to accept challenges but I was not ready to meekly accept insults somehow deemed to test pledges. I brought the story to higher leadership within the chapter.  I was told that this particular brother once had effeminate qualities with the implication that he had now grown out of it. Somehow this was supposed to help me understand what had happened to me.

What happened, Paul you pathetic uranist, was that you lost your dog. Yeah it happens. Being a dog owner is going to inevitably come with dog loss (unless, say, you jump off a bridge before that happens hint hint). You deal with this loss by DEALING WITH THE LOSS. Begging somebody else, who doesn't really actually know you mind you, to amortize your loss so that your monthly payments are smaller is a coping mechanism and not a particularly good one.

Good on your fraternity's "higher leadership" to call you out on this. You're being a pathetic sodomite. Expecting another guy who has wisely rejected this sick and evil lifestyle to feed into your toxic downward spiral (and eventually shove a dog bone up your ass) is foolhardy. Had you learned this lesson rather than wrote a butthurt article about it, maybe today we would be free of drivel from you about how "working 60 hour weeks" for a political power that you want to implement your evil sodomite policies needs to change just because you can't cope with issues without trying to swallow rat poison.

(As an aside Paul, you can't get good rat poison in Canada anymore. You will just have to guzzle bleach. Lots of it. It's at Walmart)

Wernick said he didn't know about the EFAP option until after his first suicide attempt, when a longtime staffer told him about it, and that he'd like to see people from the Prime Minister's Office and minister's offices talk to new staff about the importance of taking care of themselves.

No. Absolutely no. I'm 100% against this.

IF YOU ARE A LIBERAL STAFFER YOU ALREADY KNOW EXACTLY HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF. YOU NEED NO HELP.

After all, I've seen your people's ideas on how to take care of the country and how you plan on taking care of citizens under your evil PM's yoke. They are horrible and destructive. So if that's your level of thinking, I want you to apply to to yourself.

Continue until you're as dead as Paul Wernick keeps trying to be but can't because he's a pathetic piece of trash.

2018-06-15

God-Emperor Trump stares down nuclear missiles, a groping feminist won't pose him any problems

August 8, 2017: The Leader of North Korea threatens to attack the United States using nuclear weapons. President God-Emperor Donald Trump angrily threatens that he is willing to destroy them in response.

June 12, 2018 (308 days later): North Korea backs down and agrees to de-nuclearize.

May 31, 2018: The Prime Minister of Canada threatens to attack the United States using his arsenal of fake eyebrowns.

June 11, 2018: President God-Emperor Donald Trump threatens that he is willing to (economically) destroy Canada in response.

Do you have any illusion that Rat Bastard 2.0 is more intimidating than Kim Jong Un?



As an aside, I think there's something to Small Dead Animals commenter A Canadian's post:

The difference is that Donald Trump has made clear he’s not interested in peace at any price. Kim Jong-Un can either get rid of his nukes or be defeated in battle and killed. Simple as that.

No, Trump doesn’t care about South Korea. If nothing else but turning the Korean peninsula into a smoking ruin and leaving China and Japan to clean up the mess will stop Kim Jong-Un from nuking the United States, that’s fine by Trump. Fewer factories in Korea means more jobs for Americans.

Turns out that’s all it took.
You might find it quite the cynical bit of realpolitik but I think the point stands. It comes to mind Quark in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "The Maquis", who tried advocating for peace using an economic argument. Much of what Quark said in that scene doesn't hold water particularly in the context of the episode, but there was this little exchange which is similar to the Trump-NOKO summit:
Quark: You want to acquire peace. Fine, peace is good. But how much are you willing to pay for it?

Sakonna: Whatever it costs.

Quark: That's the kind of irresponsible spending that causes so many business ventures to fail. You're forgetting the Third Rule! Right now, peace could be bought at a bargain price, and you don't even realize it.
History is full of men who wanted peace and didn't get it (Chamberlain, Carter), and men who weren't particularly invested in peace but aw shucks if it's available why not pick it up, I'm already flying to foreign countries and negotiating with people anyways (Nixon, Trump).

Only Nixon could go to China, speaking of Vulcans discussing economics, so maybe only Trump could go to North Korea?

2018-06-14

World Cup 2018

If you remember a decade and change ago I came up with a mid-tournament way of predicting World Cup winners based on the Second World War.

It's too early to come up with predictions after-the-fact-pattern-recognition for the 2018 World Cup so far, but with Russia destroying Saudi Arabia 5-0 today I'm going to have to start the preliminary thoughts about something...

So far the options are:

- Size of armoured vehicle fleets

- Better treatment of evil faggots

- More athletic national leader

The most exciting and important sporting tournament on the planet begins today

And Winnipeg is going down....

You didn't think I was talking about something else, did you?

2018-06-09

"But all the other frenzies of passions–impious both toward the bodies and toward the sexes–beyond the laws of nature, we banish not only from the threshold, but from all shelter of the Church, because they are not sins, but monstrosities."


(The joke so good it's a shame I only get to use it twice a year)

Look faggots.

You know you're evil. I know you're evil. You know your sexual proclivities are such a crime against God and Nature that you off yourself more often than celebrity purse designers.

You can revel in it as much as you want. But understand that I'm better than you: I'm stronger than you, I'm smarter than you, and I'm more moral than you. But some of you evil poofters are so retarded that you still can't grasp this. I don't want to have to make another example of one of your sick kind like I did last month.

But I probably will. Stop parading and become a better person. My arms are getting tired.

2018-06-02

McDonalds $1 Drink Days (offer not available when your Premier has an illegitimate sexual orientation)

It's back! Even though summer doesn't technically come until June 21st, May-long weekend marks the return of McDonald's $1 Summer Drink Days! It's always a fun time, and marks the end of my consumption of fries since the burger and the $1 large is always the best bargain. It's also a constant reminder that McDonald's (and all fast-food companies) Jew you on the drinks the other 8½ months of the year...it's not like Micky D's is taking a loss even selling you a large Sprite for $1. It was like when McDonald's dropped the price of the Big Xtra in the early 2000s to $1.50 to compete with Burger King: it turned out the years they spend charging you $3.45 for the exact same burger was all just because that's the price you dumbly paid.

Even though it feels great now, it always burns me that the promotion ends after the September long weeekend: on September 4th McDonald's drinks go back to their (even more) overpriced regular price.

However my keen eye noticed something that made my heart skip when I looked at the McDonald's website today...the dreaded legal asterisk next to the "$1".



Wait, are they making it $1 pre-tax? I briefly thought, until I remembered that this has been the norm for years: show up at McDonalds with a loonie and ask for a drink, they'll ask you where your nickel is. So what could this be? Well it turns out that not everybody in the country gets $1 drink days...a certain bumfuck province being run by an evil dyke is exempted...


That's right, "offer may vary in Southwestern Ontario". The land of the 13% PST and the carbon tax even worse than Alberta's has apparently raised the cost of living so much that McDonald's can't make money on a 3.57x profit margin. Indeed, a little searching reveals that a large Coke in SW Ontario is going to cost you a whopping $1.50 (plus 13% PST)..

Why is McDonald's charging $1.50 for a large soda/pop/ fountain drink in southwestern Ontario???
I was in London today and they charged $1.50.
Yesterday I was in Mississauga and they charged $1 for a large.
I went on the mobile app and entered different McDonald's locations and they were almost all $1 for a large pop in most of Southern Ontario. When I checked Chatham, it was $1.50.

What makes pop more expensive in Southwestern Ontario? I'd like to know
I know why, kiss0136. I know exactly why...

2018-05-05

144th Running of the Kentucky Derby

At about 4:46pm this afternoon Edmonton time, the 2018 Kentucky Derby will be run. As always, Third Edge of the Sword is happy to participate with mint juleps, funky hats, and making fun of that faggot NBC Sports puts on their Derby pre-show.

This year will feature a couple minor differences from previous years, a couple surprises including actual betting on the event. Can the current favourite Justify be the first horse since the Chester Arthur administration to win the Derby after skipping out on racing last year? Will a Middle Eastern horse finally win it all this year? Can an Albertan die from over-consumption of mint juleps?

With race time looming, here's my unofficial picks for the fastest two minutes in sports other than that time an NFL negro was caught stealing phone chargers from hotel lobbies:

Win: Magnum Moon
Place: Justify
Show: Bolt d'Oro
4-3-2-1: Audible

2018-05-02

BREAKING NEWS!

Partisan committee acted partisanly...

On an unrelated note, as Mike Pompeo is sworn in as Secretary of State I find myself thinking about all the Trump appointments that still haven't been ratified. At first the left denied there was anything of the sort that the the procedural delays were normal, now they openly brag about how awesome they are for this unprecedented maneuver. If these choices were really as bad as they said and be so unsuccessful wouldn't they want these people in place in order to cause the Trump Administration to create chaos with their policies and lead to big gains in November? Isn't the fact that so many picks have been stalled an indication that they would do a bangup job?

2018-04-27

We found the woman who wants millions more Minassians running around

During my research for Wednesday's post about Shiny Pony's sudden lack of interest in root causes I came across a National Post Letter's Page that discussed his comments along with other matters.

Here's Big Smoke's own James Morton on "root causes" (Vox's Zack Beauchamp please take note...):

Justin Trudeau was not wrong in suggesting that we look at the motives behind terrorist acts such as the bombing of the Boston Marathon. Where he went off the tracks was when he emphasized the importance of taking into account the “root causes” of such acts and that failure to do so risked “marginalizing even further those who are already feeling like enemies of society.” The implication of such statements is that society should take some responsibility for this marginalization.

One wonders if somebody could get around to asking Rev. Canon Dr. D.V. MacDonald if he thinks "penetrating questions" about how men are supposed to deal with the massive rates of rejection by women need to be asked...
Listen (read) closely and you will realize that Mr. Trudeau has no time for terrorism, and of course he defends the rigorous pursuit of misguided terrorists, but it is not mutually exclusive to ask some of the more penetrating questions as to “root causes” as you so glibly define it.

And since the Canadian left-wing extremists are declaring war on Barbara Kay these days, it seems only fitting to wonder if Caroline Lemieux is causing men to mow down innocents on the streets of Toronto, and whether she can acknowledge that she's more the "root cause" of what happened on Monday than George W. Bush (pbuh) is responsible for ISIS or the Muslim Brotherhood.
Maybe if we loosened up about how the sexual urges of teenagers are immoral, there would be less of a drive for them to loosen up with alcohol and drugs and get hurt much more deeply in the process.
So you want teenage girls to decide to sleep with men more easily...but also more sober and therefore be even more picky.

The blood of a dozen people are on your hands now, Caroline.

2018-04-25

Shiny Pony has lost his interest in "root causes"

Over in Toronto, unlike "lone wolf" cases like the Parliament Hill shooter or the Edmonton U-Haul drive-overs, this case of a single crazy guy killing people [despite, what nobody seems to have commented on, strict and getting-stricter gun control... -ed is clearly a wide-ranging conspiracy that is part of an even wider-ranging cultural problem.

Toronto faggot Arshy Mann has the details:
incel refers to involuntary celibate essentailly meaning that a person cant get laid because of their looks personality the incels make up one segment of the broader manosphere a collection of online masculinist communities that interplay with one another incel was a term actually coined by a queer Toronto woman in the 90s to give a name to how she was feeling at the time it morphed into something horrific i cant uninvent this word nor restrict it to the nicer people who need it

Please note as a quick aside that when it came to violent terrorism that NDP Leader Jasmeet this same poofter was all about the nuanced and detailed analysis of both sides:

These types of stories are rarely told in the Canadian press when the issues of the Punjab conflict or Khalistan are being debated. But NDP leader Jagmeet Singh has acknowledged that suffering in a way that makes many Canadian Sikhs feel heard. “Sadly, the pain and trauma of violence cannot be left behind in the country of origin,” Singh wrote in a Globe and Mail op-ed. “It was brought with them to Canada, as it affected the victims to their core.”

While it's tempting to pick on Mann, a hilariously named limp-wristed pansy who spends his time attacking Barabara Kay for daring to believe that men have human rights that should be recognized by society and governmental bodies, Rat Bastard 2.0's government has been ridiculously hypocritical that a single pillow biter who writes for XTra can only dream of achieving. The fact that a Toronto bulldyke coined the term that will be used to destroy her sad groups is a "fake news" level of boomerang branding, but otherwise not that exciting.

On one hand Shiny Pony wants G7 nations to respect the "woman's right to choose" (to murder innocents) at the same time he wouldn't dare suggest that Alek Minassian was exercising his "right to choose". That's a small level of irony.

But the bigger level has to come from the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing (which started the your town here-strong trend that irrationally combines tragic accidents like Humboldt with deliberate attacks like Toronto), and the infamous Shiny Pony quotes about terrorism...
Now, we don’t know now if it was terrorism or a single crazy or a domestic issue or a foreign issue,” he said. “But there is no question that this happened because there is someone who feels completely excluded. Completely at war with innocents. At war with a society. And our approach has to be, where do those tensions come from?

“Yes, there’s a need for security and response,” Trudeau added. “But we also need to make sure that as we go forward, that we don’t emphasize a culture of fear and mistrust. Because that ends up marginalizing even further those who already are feeling like they are enemies of society.”
So is the Shiny Pony going to put his money where his mouth is? (literally)

The Canadian government runs something called the Canada Centre for Community Engagement and Prevention of Violence primarily to bribe people (mainly those who come from countries where sex with goats is a valid solution to the "incel" problem) so that they don't blow shit up. Will that agency start providing services for Men's Rights Associations across the country?

Will the media cheerleaders like Andrew Coyne who trumpted his "root causes" talk as the wisdom Gotham City Needs If Not Deserves now similarly hold feet to the fire of beta losers like Arshy Mann or Justin Trudeau if they "emphasize a culture of fear and mistrust" against Men's Rights organizations? Where do these tensions come from?

We already know, of course, where these tensions come from. Women are much more restrictive in their choice of partners than men are, particularly in the early adult formative years. This giant gulf in the sexual dynamic between the sexes uses to be balanced out by the twin forces of religion (which mandates that sexual and romantic dynamics go hand in hand, which evened the odds a little) and the similarly imbalanced economic dynamic between the sexes. Women wanted good money and that could be found with a successful guy who didn't look like Hugh Jackman (though economics does play a role in that, too).

But now women can make good money. In fact, in Canada the same Trudeau government that isn't looking into the root causes of the Toronto attacker (who, unlike Muslim terrorists, is still only one guy on the entire planet) is similarly taking more and more action against companies that even legitimately pay men more than women for the same job. But they aren't doing the same thing with sex. When a man and a woman both interview to be a floor sweeper at Walmart it's illegal to offer him $18/hr and her $17.50. But when both that man and woman walk into a bar and she can pick up 95% of the guys in there and he's lucky to pick up 2% of the drunk girls at last call whose friends thought they already left and took a cab home, no government action is taken.

So the double standard is really what's sickening. A few dozen Muslims a year can commit terrorist acts across the West and we can't look into any pattern: one guy in Toronto does the same thing that one guy in Edmonton does, and suddenly "incel" is a thing that we need to Voxsplain and combat.

Charitably we can call it east-coast bias. Realistically we know what it is: Arshy Mann isn't the only one with a critical male aspect he isn't using correctly.

2018-04-24

#BostonStrong

Yesterday, for the second time in a month, an immigrant who should never have been in the same country as a Canadian steering wheel killed a double-digit number of (mostly white) people.

2018-04-22

Don't even get me started on how iPhones only Bluetooth with other iPhones

Business Insider tackles why it's so hard to replace a battery on your iPhone:

It's in Apple's best interest to make sure customers are upgrading to new $700 iPhones instead of extending the life of their current devices with a new $29 battery. About 2/3 of Apple's revenue comes from iPhone sales and Wall Street judges the company on how many iPhones it sells each quarter. On top of this, Apple has been giving customers fewer reasons to upgrade the iPhone each year. New iPhone models have looked the same pretty much since 2014 and the iPhone 8 doesn't have a lot in there to convince people to upgrade from the iPhone 7. And the iPhone X's $1000 price tag has turned a lot of people off from upgrading.
All fine and good, non? It's probably not news to anybody that the Laffer Curve Moore's Law has basically ended and a phone made in 2016 isn't that much better than a phone made in 2018. Other than wear and tear on the device (as you routinely bump your phone around and/or drop it you can cause microfractures and miniscule short circuits which can add up over time), the only need to replace your iPhone is if the battery caves in on you. No real news here.

But then the article by two imbeciles named Kevin Reilly and Steve Kovach goes off the deep end. Like, off the deep end if there was no water in the pool and they damaged their brains:
Even though this process sounds annoying, it's actually better than a lot of Apple's competitors. Samsung, HTC, Motorola, and several other companies have said they don't intentionally slow down their devices to preserve battery life but they also don't make it easy to replace it. It's not like there's a Samsung store you can walk into and get your battery replaced. You have to mail it in.
ARE. YOU. KIDDING. ME.

No, there isn't a "Samsung store" you can just walk into and have them manually replace your cellphone battery. But do you know what Samsung, LG, Motorola, and basically every cellphone manufacturer other than Apple do have? That's right, removable batteries!

Honestly, are people really that clueless? You can pick up the battery while you're picking up the weeks' groceries for crying out loud!

2018-03-20

In Soviet San Francisco, Uber Eats YOU

On Sunday night/Monday morning in Arizona, a self-driving car being tested by Uber was involved in a fatal crash in which a 49-year old woman was struck while walking across the street.

There will be tons of thinkpieces and speculatory pieces and blame-assigning pieces coming out about these over the next 168 hours or so, so pace yourself. That includes you, Chief Moir...

Police have viewed footage from two of the vehicle’s cameras, one facing forward toward the street, and the other inside the car facing the driver. Based on the footage, Moir said that the driver had little time to react. “The driver said it was like a flash, the person walked out in front of them,” she said. “His first alert to the collision was the sound of the collision.”

She added, “It’s very clear it would have been difficult to avoid this collision in any kind of mode [autonomous or human-driven] based on how she came from the shadows right into the roadway.”

Safe streets advocates were quick to denounce Moir’s comments as tone deaf, inappropriate, and possibly misinformed. The Tempe Police Department has since walked some of it back, issuing a statement that reads, “Tempe Police Department does not determine fault in vehicular collisions.”
Now what we can do, however, is note some of the curious aspects of the story. Let's start with what the Tempe PD said just now...they do not determine fault in vehicle collisions. Well who does?
Since Arizona is not a no-fault state, car accident forensics often determine who caused an accident and therefore whose insurance company will pay for damages.
Oh. Well then. But then why is the National Transportation Safety Board investigating? Is this a special squad sent out to protect (or crucify?) companies with driverless cars?

Finally, this bit of #FakeNews by the far-left Globe and Mail accidentally reveals what is probably the biggest part of this story...that nobody after the fact could decide what the speed limit on that road was.
The Arizona collision happened on a road with seven driving lanes and two bicycle lanes. The speed limit there is 35 miles an hour, the equivalent of 55 kilometres an hour.
Sorry Oliver Moore, lying reporter but check out some of the other coverage. Here's the Verve article linked at the top of this post:
The vehicle was traveling 38 mph, though it is unclear whether that was above or below the speed limit. (Police said the speed limit was 35 mph, but a Google Street View shot of the roadway taken last July shows a speed limit of 45 mph along that stretch of road.) The driver, 44-year-old Rafaela Vasquez, has given a statement to police.
Now it's possible that the road has changed the speed limit. That's been known to happen, as many a person has been charged with speeding for following the speed limit indication on a navigation device or app.

But here's where all the media seem to have missed the point. It's probable that this dumb hippie cyclist jumped out in front of the automated car inappropriately: their kind do that a lot, you get numb to it. Meanwhile the difference in reality between 35 and 45 is going to be pretty much negligible, as readers of this space are well aware I'm an advocate of driving double the speed limit all the time. But if news agencies after the fact can't agree on a road's speed limit, what chance to driverless cars have? And if you abhore speeding how do you account for the possibility of it happening ignorantly en masse (without the human factor of knowing when your abilities are better than your current speed allows?) More vitally, why don't these pricks get charged with speeding like the innocent guy who followed his TomTom (no chuckles please), or even just went on what he remembered or assumed the speed limit to be?

2018-03-17

Happy Saint Patrick's Day 2018



Happy St. Patrick's Day, everyone. Your humble blogger is currently in an exciting and undisclosed location celebrating this holiest of occasions by embracing two modern traditions that would be totally alien to both St. Patrick and a devotee of his a mere century ago.

The first is drinking. March 17th falls smack dab in the middle of Lent, and Saint Patrick certainly never touched a drop of liquor on this day during his entire life (he did drink whiskey, if Pota Phadraig is to be believed, but wouldn't have drank it during Lent). On the more modern side of the house, Ireland was legally mandated to be dry on St. Patrick's Day until after the Beatles were broken up. But I will drink, even drink green beer, not to mention a shitload of Guinness.

The second tradition is wearing orange in addition to (or even instead of) green. As astute readers of this blog may have noticed, I'm not Catholic. On top of that, not only do I support keeping Northern Ireland as part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, but I think the Republic of Ireland was a mistake in the first place and the UK should have been the totality of both isles. As a result, it's only fitting that I support the orange third of the Irish flag. (I'll probably drink a Black and Tan as well, just to be cheeky). As Pulpit and Pen puts it (profoundly):

First, Patrick wasn’t Irish. Patrick was born in Dumbarton, Scotland, where he was raised to the age of 16. Secondly, Patrick wasn’t Catholic. Patrick’s father was a deacon and his grandfather a pastor in the very early Christian Church of Britain, which had no affiliation whatsoever to the Bishop of Rome.
Put plainly, any attempt to Catholicize Patrick by the church of Rome is pure fiction, made up by the Harlot Beast herself.

In Ireland, Roman Catholics wear green. But Protestants, however, wear Orange (in honor of William of Orange, the great Protestant king). So when you go to that St. Paddy’s day celebration, wear orange and explain to people why; it’s a good opportunity to share the Gospel.

Now all this talk about green and orange and Ireland and beer and whiskey makes me think, naturally, of Corb Lund's first hit "It's Time to Switch to Whiskey (We've Been Drinking Beer All Night).

In the song, he covers a little bit of Irish whiskey drinking. When I was in Ireland a few years back I made sure to start up a round of this song at the bar: there were enough other Albertans around that we could make a solid go at singing it. The key lyrics are:
Well I've heard it said that you can get some heat in Irish pubs
Servin' Jamesons to an Orangeman and Bushmills to his cuz
Well here's what you do with Tullamore Dew, you can meet 'em both halfway
It's time to switch to whiskey they've been drinkin' beer all day
For those of you unfamiliar, Bushmills is distilled in Northern Ireland where the Orangemen are, and Dublin is certainly not a friendly place for Irish Loyalists!

Regular readers may note that I am spelling "whisky" the wrong way in this post. For St. Patrick's Day, especially this one, it's only fitting to spell it "wrong".

However, this lyric bothered me more than a little bit. Having explored Ireland I learned that the song is ridiculously inaccurate...it may explain some of the weird looks they were giving me at that tavern in Dublin (not far, of course, from the Jameson Distillery). A few days later I visited (as you might) the Tullamore D.E.W. Visitor Centre, a leisurely half day drive almost due west of Dublin. The key note here is that Tullamore is smack dab in the middle of The Republic of Ireland (almost literally) but is no closer to the 13 provinces of Northern Ireland than the republican capital is. Both in a geographical sense as you can see in the map below) but also culturally.



The worst thing is that the Tullamore Dew distillery seen in the photo is a historic building dating back to...2014. The original Tullamore Dew ran from 1829 until 1954, after which production moved to County Cork in the far southest of the country and about as far from Northern Ireland as you can be without drowning. While founded by Michael Molloy, the real father of the distillery was one Daniel E. Williams. Williams was born in the Quaker (ie. Protestant) down of Mountmellick but he himself was Catholic. So we have a Catholic "greenie" making a whiskey with a green label that for the last 50 years was produced in the heart of the greenest part of Ireland...and that's "halfway"?

In fairness, Jameson was founded in Dublin but is no longer distilled there...it is instead distilled...in Cork...next door to where Tullamore Dew was made from 1954-2013. So in fairness new Tullamore is closer to halfway to Bushmills compared to the new Jameson distillery, but that only works if you listen to the song now (Corb Lund released it in 2002).

The song is badly written
"x=0, the song is badly written"

2018-03-09

Catsmeat Kinsella is not the Ur-example

Somebody nailed the Shiny Pony with the National Lampoon tag a couple weeks back.

Of course, Rat Bastard 2.0 is way dumber than Clark Griswold. Hell he's dumber than Cousin Eddie.

2018-02-28

The CBC only publishes racial slurs against the race who overwhelmingly funds them

Today Small Dead Animals posted a story about Red Indians doing the shit that Red Indians so often do: try to bilk productive white people out of the spoils of their labours.

The main thrust of the CBC story by "investigative reporter" Geoff Leo is regarding Red Indians jacking up the leasing fees (before the lease expiration) in order to either generate more revenue or drive the renters away and leave behind their infrastructure improvements. It's a really really shitty story, but that's not what I'm here to talk about.

As an en passant in the story it talks about how the Indian Reservation at Crooked Lake (no, srsly!) recently had an election fight over who would be Big Chief No Fart. The winner was a disgusting piece of shit named Lynn Acoose who was behind this dickhead move. She beat a much more moderate candidate named...oh, wait, sorry, I'm being told over my earbud that in fact she was the moderate candidate. She beat an even more batshit insane Red Indian named Lyle Acoose.

This was apparently an election issue, and Lyle Acoose had something to say about it.

One of her competitors, Lyle Acoose, argued the leases should be ended outright.

He raised concerns about the fact the cottages are mostly occupied by "moonias," a Plains Cree term for white people.

"We had a settlement down there; now it's all moonias down there," Lyle Acoose said in an August 2017 election speech in Regina.
McScuze me? So this candidate was letting loose with racial slurs on the campaign trail and it's just a bit of local colour to deal with the outraged tenant issue as far as the CBC is concerned. At no point was "racial slur" or "racist comment" used in this story. You may notice that "moonias" is often repeated in the CBC story.

So let's look at a different recent CBC story involving racial slurs: a high school bball coach in Dartmouth (ie. Halifax) got called a nigger. Or, in this case, as the CBC calls it...
Lance Sparks, who is African-Nova Scotian, was dropping off supplies at the school Thursday night when a parent pointed out the slur, n----r, on the hood of his car in what appeared to be purple marker or lipstick.
So when the racial slur is against a black guy [or at least a one quarter black guy to look at him... -ed] the CBC will edit the word out of their story and even censor it in the picture. However, when the racial slur is against whites who have dared to make a Red Indian community better, CBC prints it multiple times.

The author who published the racial slurs on the CBC website can be reached at geoff.leo@cbc.ca

You can also file a complaint against Geoff Leo with the CBC Ombudsman at http://www.ombudsman.cbc.radio-canada.ca/en/contact-us/.

. You might notice that the two choices were apparently Lynn Acoose and Lyle Acoose. For all the fears about George W. Bush's brother and William Jefferson Clinton's fake wife being the two choices Americans could have faced in 2016, that doesn't compare to which flavour of incompetent Acoose the Crooked Lake Indian Reserve apparently gets to chooce from. Regular readers of this site may recall that previously we uncovered another Red Indian family that was defrauding white taxpayers as some sort of grim family bonding exercise. At least the Twin Acooses here are just thieves, while the Mitsuing clan in Loon Lake made it rich while little boys burned to death due to their corruption.

2018-01-13

Sir John A. was a great Canadian. Red Indians and faggots not so much.

Earlier this week the Sir John A. Public House in Kingston Ontario actually changed their name because a bunch of uppity Red Indian whiners demanded that Canada's first Prime Minister be banished for alleged crimes against their  savage ancestors.

Mark Steyn posted a photo of the craven establishment, and while his article concentrated on the loss of heritage suffered by losing our connections with the past, I noticed a subtle difference between the Google Maps screenshot at the top of this post and the file photo at the top of his.

That's right, this place that panders to the eternal outrage of a primitive child race has no problem insulting normal and moral people by putting up the faggot flag and endorsing people who have made a fundamentally evil lifestyle choice.

In the meantime, call the poofter-loving Injun apologist out on his dumb decision. No, literally.

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