@SteveKopack Nothing about this is funny. Why do these "people" laugh?
— Ozzie (@OzziePants777) February 7, 2017
Yes, it’s a made-up word, just like the words in this video.
This is pretty catchy:
One of these videos is a parody, and the other is important news about medical capabilities denied to poor people who could see if their country had medicare.
What’s the account “libslikdik” doing in the Premier’s Twitter timeline anyway? He took the time to unfollow me last year, but he wants to read homophobes and retweet their anti-carbontax nonsense?
“Asia ramping up coal use. US returning to coal. Lets focus on tech like CCS not tax harming econ w/o real GHG impact” – Premier Wall
The Premier, on down to his Twitter troll army defend Saskatchewan pollution because “China and India” do more pollution.
Well I have news for you, China and India do more of everything. They are the biggest ever in… name the category.
“I can’t get into good shape right now, because China and India”. A SaskParty/Conservative excuse generator would be a funny app.
The University of Regina has quite a few exchange students. They pay more than a bit to study here in Canada too. One picked a stereotype to make fun of at Halloween, and ended up with more role playing than he bargained on.
This is the sort of over-sensitive reaction that we should be concerned about in our society, not people dressed up as something scary/funny for Halloween.
Coyne has a point:
Kevin replies, “I’m planning the purchase of a wood stove…”
Would you normally buy a wood stove?
There it is. An admission that the
#carbontax changes behaviour (just not in the way intended for everyone).