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Interzone / Re: Adventures in Canadian Liberalism.
« on: April 06, 2012, 07:17:18 PM »
So what we have, as I see it is this:
In Canada, at least, leftism has evolved into a totalitarian censorship system, that really needs no overseeing, since it enforces itself.
People are stopped, in their tracks, from expressing any conclusions they may have come to, from observing and/or directly experiencing their lives.
If they do so, they are called stereotypers, or generalizers, or bigots.
Stereotyper: One who assigns certain behaviours to certain groups.
It escapes the ones who label such people 'stereotypers', that they themselves are stereotyping the ones they so label, as being part of a certain group, known as 'stereotypers'.
The same goes for any such labeling of individuals.
Oops, supper is ready, gotta go...

(Damn, I have a superior sort of wife :)


Interzone / Re: Georgia Guidestones
« on: April 06, 2012, 07:00:09 PM »
Facsimile! The dreaded "F" word, that nobody understands, any more.

Interzone / Re: Kepler-22b
« on: April 06, 2012, 06:58:05 PM »
"There's something funny going on," Big Jim was thinking to himself... "
"Maybe it's a UFO, or a picture up upon somebody's shelf..."

I've seen UFOs, twice, over several years, with identical appearance/colour, and identical motion characteristics.
One over Vancouver airport, and one 300 miles out into the Pacific, off Oregon.
No possible explanation. Nothing human-designed moves like that.

Interzone / Re: Empty Headedness.
« on: April 06, 2012, 06:51:44 PM »
Let the man who embodies NONE of these behaviours, step forward.

Interzone / Re: Kiddie bluffing
« on: April 06, 2012, 06:49:19 PM »
I did the dreaded unclosed italic thing :(

Interzone / Re: Kiddie bluffing
« on: April 06, 2012, 06:48:36 PM »
Can we work in a 'seenage' there?

Interzone / Re: Adventures in Canadian Liberalism.
« on: April 06, 2012, 04:32:43 PM »
When everything is an act, where is reality to be found?
You have to make a career of rediscovering it.

Interzone / Re: Empty Headedness.
« on: April 06, 2012, 04:27:43 PM »
I've done it, too.
But being smarter than most, I understood that the doing was not the goal, only a hint at what the goal might be.
To keep on doing it is...
Need I describe it?

Interzone / Re: Adventures in Canadian Liberalism.
« on: April 06, 2012, 04:20:30 PM »
The proof is in the pudding.
You, my friend, are what the thread is about: The Canadian Liberal.

Interzone / Re: Empty Headedness.
« on: April 06, 2012, 04:10:48 PM »
I wonder what it feels like to poison myself?
I know! I'll eat poison!

Interzone / Re: Adventures in Canadian Liberalism.
« on: April 06, 2012, 04:09:47 PM »
How so? They are parodies, but even so, as accurate as I can make them.

Interzone / Re: Empty Headedness.
« on: April 06, 2012, 04:03:31 PM »
No. You are right :)

Interzone / Re: Adventures in Canadian Liberalism.
« on: April 06, 2012, 04:03:04 PM »
And are you not a freak?
I have extensively travelled and lived all over this immense land, and the parodies I describe exist in metropolitan areas, only, along with the west coast and especially the Gulf Islands.
The prairies, and Newfoundland are the places where the greatest manifestation of calmness and sanity are to be found.
So avoid those places, like the plague, if you prefer the alternative.
I currently inhabit the looniest place in Canada: The looniest of the loony Gulf Islands :)
I did like La Ville de Quebec, though, in spite of its uniquely francophone liberalism.

Interzone / Re: Adventures in Canadian Liberalism.
« on: April 06, 2012, 03:45:06 PM »
Mmmm. Scrambled eggs on toast with black coffee. Where was I?
Ah yes...

Everything you ever say, to anyone, for whatever reason, no matter the content, will be responded to with:
"Pardon me?" Or some variation of that. So you will be obliged to repeat yourself. Maybe several times.
If there was something contained in what you said, that might have been costrued as 'offensive' for some obscure reason, which is actually almost anything you might say, then the stock response will be:
"Excuse me?"

On the other hand, after several instances of being prompted to repeat yourself, you stare silently at your questioner, you will find yourself in imminent danger of being arrested.
And all of this is normal, eh? Don't forget to add 'eh' to anything you might say, either, or you may be taken for a damned Murkan, and loathed, out of hand, by the tolerant Canadian Liberals.

Yes, Canada is a paradise of Liberalism, presided over, incongruously, by a Conservative government. At least, for now.
Which makes it all the stranger: who on earth would have voted Conservative? Nobody, you find, will admit to doing so. Hmmm.
The last election form I was presented with, had four choices:
Conservative. (The least liberal of all the liberal choices).
Liberal. (The second least liberal of all the choices).
NPD. (The far left wind party).
Marxist Leninists. (Aliens from outer space).

So there you are. I only scratch the surface here, for the sake of humour and brevity.
But I have to advise against pursuing your secret desire to become a Canadian Liberal.
It has made a real mess of more than a few people.
It could easily make a real mess of YOU!

Interzone / Adventures in Canadian Liberalism.
« on: April 06, 2012, 03:00:53 PM »
I admit, I have trouble with this.
And since you'va all wanted to be Canadian Liberals, at some point, here's what I know about it...

There is a script you maust follow. It goes something like this:
1: "How are you today?"
2: You are supposed to respond with: "Fine thanks. How about you?"
3: "Fine thanks."
Then you're both supposed to end the conversation and ignore each other.
But if you don't respond to being asked how you are today, the initiator will respond as if you had, anyway.
If you do respond, but with any details about how you actually are, the initiator will become increasingly paranoid, and may well end up calling the police.

In stores, which is where Canadians spend almost all their free time, there is also a script.
This often takes the form of adding non-sequiturs to the end of any question:
1: "Do you have a telephone number, with us, today?"
Which is a sort of base starting point, for other random non-sequiturs, such as:
2: "Do you have a telephone number, with us, today, at all?" Or:
3: "Do you have a telephone number, with us, today, at all, or...?"
Notice, in example 3:, the addition of what I like to refer to, as 'The Hanging "Or"'. The Hanging 'Or' denotes your unwillingness to assume anything, which is a good indicator of your non-judgmentalism, and thus complete harmlessness, which is the most important thing a Canadian Liberal wishes to convey.

Canadian Liberals also like to announce to complete strangers that they are "very Liberal", and "proudly Canadian", along with other sundry proclamations that bear no relation to anything, and could be just as easily left unsaid.

Oops my breakfast is ready. Gotta run...

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