1. I do not understand how such a shirt could be conscrued as a "protest" Or do they just boot everyone who has matching laundry?
  2. My first thought was that he should have sent that pic out onto the web... showing the cops what the
    "bad guy" looked like and what he did(not) have going on.. Also it set the tone.. If the guy is willing to be in pictures, how bad could it be.

    That said... not the brightest thing to do though..
  3. You do know that you are a month early right? Mr.Tory was sworn in in December of last year.. He simply won the election in October.. a small but important point.
  4. @Angry Bill I agree for the most part.
    The provincial government (they all do it and all parties) create roadblocks to getting things done. In Ontario they created a College of Trades even though most trades have their own set ups. Now they want inspectors to inspect handy work.. get a ceiling fan put in? It must be inspected, and That has to be paid for. Want a roof put on or carpet installed.. You can get the guy who plays by the (ever increasing) rules or you can get it done for a fraction of the price by "curbsiders" Hey Government You want to get your silly rules out of the economy's way please
    Oh and while you are at it.. Make workmans comp a flat 5% and leave it at that.

    (but I'm not bitter)
  5. Just a quick Question.. What are the different classes of "lock down" and how do they work?
  6. I remember when they taught street safety in grade school... and I remember when you had to point to cross at a crosswalk.. (the signs are still there folks) and not just walk out wearing your invisable force field so we can't hit you.

    Oh, and if you are on a bike and you try to pass on the right, don't be surprised if you aren't seen...