Monday, June 13, 2011

THINGS IN THE NEWS

Air Canada bosses have until midnight to reach a settlement to prevent the company's customer service workers from going on strike. If Air Canada's customer service workers go on strike, nobody will notice.

At their convention in Ottawa this weekend, the Conservatives announced they want to reintroduce the crime of high treason. If this policy becomes law, the first person Stephen Harper should deport is himself.

Comedian Christopher Titus has apologized for saying if Sarah Palen were elected president, he would "hang out on the grassy knoll all the time loaded and ready." Now if we could just get all the other millions of people who already had the same idea to apologize, we can get on with our lives.

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