Thursday, October 26, 2006

Get a grip


To the Vancouver Olympic Committee (VANOC); Regarding your idea to close down schools, colleges, and universities during the 2010 Winter Olympics in order to “involve the children in the highly positive Olympic movement”. Could you please get a grip? The Olympic Games are just that, games, while an education should be just that, an education. Hope this helps and thanks for listening.

Your friend; Humouroceros



To the elected leaders of Cameron County, Texas, USA; Regarding your insistence on continuing to spread the lie that some of the 9/11 murderers crossed into the US from Canada. Could you please get a grip? This has been proven not to be the case by US law enforcement agencies (you may have heard of them: the FBI, the CIA, the NSA, etc) and as elected leaders you should probably try to be a little more honest with the people who elected you. Hope this helps and thanks for listening.

Your friend; Humouroceros



To the publishers and/or editors of People Magazine; Regarding your terming of the pairing of celebrity couples names (TomKat, Bennifer, Vaughniston, Spederline, ad nauseam) as ‘clever’. Could you please get a grip? It is not ‘clever’ because it is actually ‘freaking annoying’. Hope this helps and thanks for listening.

Your friend; Humouroceros



To all the news providers (including, but not exclusive to, television, radio, newspapers, the Internet, etc); Regarding your reporting on “reality” TV shows on the news. Could you please get a grip? This stuff is not news. In fact, in my book, it doesn’t even qualify as entertainment. I don’t recall any news reports on Hogan’s Heroes or Get Smart way back when, so why don’t you hire an extra reporter and gather some real news? Hope this helps and thanks for listening.

Your friend; Humouroceros


To Jack Layton, leader of the New Democratic Party of Canada (AKA: the NDP); Regarding what you said about Foreign Affairs Minister Peter MacKay (after he was accused of calling his former girlfriend, Belinda Stronach, a ‘dog’ in the House Of Commons. A charge he denies), to wit: “People believe they heard him say certain things and he should be a big enough man to stand up and say, ‘Irrespective of what I think I might have said, obviously some people heard me say something that was deeply insulting, and I apologize.’" Could you please get a grip? In your world people are expected to apologize for things they never said? If that’s the case then why don’t you apologize for the alleged remarks? Hope this helps and thanks for listening.

Your friend; Humouroceros

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Anyway… Humouroceros

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