“What would Stompin’ Tom say to this?”
Hello out there, we’re on the air, it’s military time,
The camo’s out, let’s give a shout
They’re stopping every dime. Tension grows, & the fans are all insane, The jets roar, & Harper bores, it’s the good ol’ national shame.
Oh, the good ol’ national shame, it’s the best game you can change, and the best game you can change, is the good ol’ national shame.
I was fortunate to have seen Stompin’ Tom in 2002.
David Suzuki came to town last night with musical and other intelligent guests on the stage. They gathered a crowd in the Centre of the Arts to show public support for a constitutional amendment, giving air and water protections like 110 other countries have already done.
The method set forth is to get City (and town) Councils to pass these rights, then provinces, and overwhelm the federal government with requests until every democratic party supports the movement.
Royal Wood, musicians from Blue Rodeo, economist and Regina musician Brett Dolter, Severn Suzuki among others.
If you go to Quik Trip
You’d better take your gun,
Cause the boys in blue will get you,
That’s how things are done,
If you finish highschool in this two-bit town,
A quick trip may last forever if they gun you down,
The fate of poor #MikeBrown.
Those darn pedestrians are a threat, don’t you know?
A little spill happens now and then, destroying life.
Accidents don’t happen.
Buffalo Days is on in Regina, and I went on the opening day in large part because Lonestar was the headline band in the evening.
Last Saturday, Jeri and I went to the Riders game where they creamed the Argos.
A trip to Moose Jaw earlier on had us go to the Town N Country Mall. I hadn’t been there in years.
Here’s a very clever music video made by a Dion fan, in Vegas airport. There is some smart use of the moving sidewalk, and escalator, along with some nice video editing.
Looks like the most fun you can have in an airport, without drawing unwanted attention from overzealous security.
I remember listening to Kevin Sharp on the radio in the 1990s. He was in part famous for having survived cancer.