- July 13, 2011 - 10:42
Newscasters (especially the CBC) are becoming absolutely unintelligible. In their desperate attempt to connect with younger viewers, they have abandoned the English language and the viewers who use it to communicate. It will be eventually be their world, and I look forward to the continuing entertainment value of this "sitcom"....(yes, I know)!
- July 13, 2011 - 09:45
- Scott Free
- July 13, 2011 - 09:23
Notice to all; I'm the founding member of the SGBBQBDNG (Straight Guy BarBeQue Beer Drinking Neighbourhood Gang) and I'm hosting the first annual walk around my shed on my own private property parade all weekend long; LOL. If you're not affiliated with any special lobby or community group or a member of either of the political parties, and you have no beef with anyone nor require pampering or, attention seeking; come join me for some fun and refreshments. We'll laugh and poke fun at one another, tell a few off color jokes, eat and drink more than we should and have a great time; harm no-one, intrude on no-one's rights; get no message across and enjoy ourselves; insult no-one; protest nothing; demand nothing and respect all walks of society. Geez, sounds like most neighbourhood shed parties on just about any street; no need for special attention, media, by-laws, permits, or any kind of legalities. oh, BTW, BYOB.
- July 13, 2011 - 06:51
The worst practitioners of this acronym abuse are provincial and federal governments who routinely advertise EOI's, RFP's and the like from departments and agencies such as TW, INTRD and ACOA. Perhaps they do not want everyone to know what they are up to?