Canadians are thinking about the Gander, Newfoundland story today, and the whole story of the 911 air traffic grounding (the one that inspired the musical ‘Come From Away’). And how now America wants to block mask shipments to Canada, a week after a proposed militarization the border. Somehow, the line about how a crisis let’s you know who your friends are comes to mind.
And then we could add ‘The Doodle Incident’ to the list.
“Start packing your bags…”If only we all followed the examples of the rich and powerful and abandoned our city homes for our country bunk- – er, I mean estates. Likewise the leadership displayed by Senators quietly selling their stock portfolios before that all hit the fan.Leadership by example, right?
It’s note every day you say a comic featuring jokes involving TWO different species of invertebrates! Well done. That takes… well, backbone! (More please)
Oh, and here’s one that doesn’t get enough attention, the great purple sock creature!https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-35482467
I think it’s time we gave all sufferers of the Bamboozla-2016 virus outbreak a reprieve. I mean, they should have washed their hands more, perhaps (something their leadership seems extra good at) but in the end, they’re human beings with a serious brain infection. Maybe offer them special isolation privileges, like letting them stay inside and disconnected from the world until… the middle of November? Or, until America is made great again? (might be the same…)
Any truth to the rumour that he plans to walk down Fifth Ave shaking hands with everyone he meets? (cough, cough)
Thanks for confirming what I always suspected about Ms. Knightley.
More realistic metaphor to frame current affairs would have Dot and pooch heading into the portal in the back yard with the crescent moon on its door.
The lion, the witch and the outhouse.
They even have a special area they call ‘The 100 Acre Wood’ set aside just for this purpose.
I like to think of Christmas as a time for all of us to pause for a moment and really reflect about how much of our lives, as represented by our purchases, is spent on goods made in China.