Friday January 15, 2010
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Can you belive this bastard Pat Robertson!!
he’s right about one thing god is punishing us… by puting us on this world with this hate monger, racist, and an overall idiot.
Good for you Randall! We as Canadians can’t imagine what the Haitians are going through. Wish some people would just forget about politics and whatever else; bottom line is the NEED our help! We can’t turn a blind eye and not help
I’m a 42 yr old construction Pipefitter/Welder with a passion for the Canadian game.
If your looking a guy with his own tin foil for on ice mediation. Then I would proudly wear the Hoser’s “great white north” colour’s.I grew up on a pond playing hockey just down the street and would love to be a part of your team. I have not played much in the past few years but I’m am on the ice with my kids whenever possible. Not to brag, I was part of the Prescott Jr. B Falcon’s 1987-1988 Championship Team.
I haven’t forgotten how to ride a bike. If you know what I mean.
Randall,your absolutely right on how much many of us do not appreciate how good we have it.We bitch and complain about the weather and a bit of snow,we complain its too hot or that its raining once a week in the summer,but yet we dont have our homes destroyed by mother nature,we dont have to contend with wondering where our next meal will come from,most of us anyways yet we complain about everything from the color of the neighbours dog poop to who should speak what language in our own country.God help us if we have a temporary shutdown of one of our utilities such as phone cable hydro or water,especially the water,and most of the time it sdoesnt last longer than half a day,one day max usually,yet we get our non-appreciative public complaining that they were inconcienced for that 4 hours or so.God help us if we dont have our basic needs for a short period of time,its as if the world has come to an end and life as we knew it doesnt exist,well not untill its turned back on at least.
For the most part,I think a majority of citizens think that everything we use everyday should be there every minute of every day.We as a majority do not have a clue what it is like to do without basic needs and untill we do we will not appreciate what we have today.
Randall Moore for Grand Poobah of the Water Buffalo’s
How easy is it for you to always be able to hit the nail on the head Randall, Good common sense comments!.
“Hockey Parents” evil words But you know “Hockey parents” can be women also you know! And I think some times are worse than the fathers. I have been going to my daughters games for years now and I can’t count the times I have left the stands with my head held low in embarsement.Or watch as the coach takes a mouthful from a Mom, talk about nagging/abuse at its best. But the worst is when a father goes up against another mom, now thats a show.. So when I agree with the old saying, that its the parents fault that little Johnny or Jane-ie has gone a stray ,well I also belive they where proably hockey parents .The sport of Hockey is the best thing that has happen to my Daughter as long as I keep her eyes and ears out of the stands.
Thanks Randall keep it up!
I am not for one second downplaying the disaster that has occurred in Haiti, but if I here one more person say “we don’t know how good we have it” I’m gonna pop a piston! I am one of many who bust their balls 50+ hrs. a week to have the little I have. I give over 50% of it to all levels of government to waste on utter stupidity and nonsense. As for basic needs like water and heat, I pay a king’s ransom for these, and when there not available I’m gonna bitch, because 300 bucks a month says I can. So don’t try to make me feel guilty about having the privilege of being born in Canada. Tomorrow morning I’m gonna get up and drag my 45 yr. old body out of bed with all it’s aches and pains, throw some drywall on for another 10 hr. day, so I can eat, and have some heat on in my house. When I get home, I’m in near tears because of pain and fatigue, and all I hear is you don’t know how lucky you are…WHAT?? 27 years of work so I can have a little house and a shitbox truck is not what I call lucky. I know it’s not Haiti, but it’s not the utopia eveybody seems to be making it out to be.
I encourage everyone who’s heart and in particular money that has gone out to Haiti to remember that “charity” is not a flavour of the month. Might I would suggest after you have done what you can for Haiti to start thinking LOCAL too such as the Food Bank since there are apparently over 40,000 people in Ottawa without adequate food and about 20% are children OR the Ottawa Human Society OR Shepherds of Good Hope etc etc.