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(Victoria Times Colonist)   British Columbia represses its granola eating lumberjack desires until Victoria Day, when gibbering swarms of Okanagan wine swillers will immolate themselves on the yowls of Ogopogo and call forth the Lich Miss Vicky, Queen of Chips. Or whatever   (timescolonist.com) divider line
    More: Misc, Vaccination, British Columbia, Do the Right Thing, Vaccine, Public health, Tourism, travel restrictions, Premier John Horgan  
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2021-04-20 3:55:44 AM  
Thanks for giving me a stroke, subby.
 
2021-04-20 4:00:34 AM  
It took the Vancouver hospital system being four days from collapse for these lightweight restrictions to go into play.

BC'ers are not looking at their leadership with pride.
 
2021-04-20 4:40:58 AM  
That sounds like my kind of party, I'll pencil it in!
 
2021-04-20 4:47:32 AM  

starsrift: It took the Vancouver hospital system being four days from collapse for these lightweight restrictions to go into play.

BC'ers are not looking at their leadership with pride.


could be worse.  could be Ontario
 
2021-04-20 5:22:27 AM  
"......as is tradition."
 
2021-04-20 5:45:17 AM  
Owww, That headline hurt my head, Oww subby Oww.
 
2021-04-20 5:57:26 AM  

the voice of raisin: starsrift: It took the Vancouver hospital system being four days from collapse for these lightweight restrictions to go into play.

BC'ers are not looking at their leadership with pride.

could be worse.  could be Ontario


Vancouver is more a heroin kind of town, anyway, and back east they prefer the crack.
 
2021-04-20 6:16:23 AM  

The_Sponge: "......as is tradition."


This will be a great day for Canada, and therefore the world.
 
2021-04-20 6:42:57 AM  

The_Sponge: "......as is tradition."


...in accordance with the prophecy.
 
2021-04-20 6:56:15 AM  
Is that headline in English?
 
2021-04-20 7:39:50 AM  

Robo Beat: the voice of raisin: starsrift: It took the Vancouver hospital system being four days from collapse for these lightweight restrictions to go into play.

BC'ers are not looking at their leadership with pride.

could be worse.  could be Ontario

Vancouver is more a heroin kind of town, anyway, and back east they prefer the crack.


They have more people qualified to give injections,
 
2021-04-20 7:50:31 AM  
Thats not a headline thats a headache
 
2021-04-20 8:04:12 AM  

grokca: Robo Beat: the voice of raisin: starsrift: It took the Vancouver hospital system being four days from collapse for these lightweight restrictions to go into play.

BC'ers are not looking at their leadership with pride.

could be worse.  could be Ontario

Vancouver is more a heroin kind of town, anyway, and back east they prefer the crack.

They have more people qualified to give injections,


Any excuse to bring this gem back out:

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2021-04-20 8:18:54 AM  
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Dan: 'Dammit, I knew I shoulds have broughts my "Lingo Decoder ring" today!'
Darry: 'I don't think that headline will translate into English. I suspect it's a dialect that's balls deep from up country.'
Wayne: 'It's more likely that degen Smitty's been samplin' non-liquid refreshments with the skids.'
 
2021-04-20 8:47:16 AM  
As authentic Canadian Frontier Gibberishtm this is HOTY material.
 
2021-04-20 9:01:51 AM  
Now I'm starting to worry because I understood subby perfectly.

/ It's going to last longer than Victoria Day, sacrifices may end up somewhat lacking
// who are we kidding, those idiots couldn't follow a set of gov't instructions for a gloryhole; they'll be out there
 
2021-04-20 9:39:57 AM  
Queen of All Dressed or Ketchup chips, subby?

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2021-04-20 10:36:33 AM  

g.fro: Is that headline in English?


I believe it's in Canadian
 
2021-04-20 10:40:43 AM  

dbrunker: Queen of All Dressed or Ketchup chips, subby?

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2021-04-20 11:07:09 AM  

LOLITROLU: g.fro: Is that headline in English?

I believe it's in Canadian


Ah. So the French won't understand it either.
 
2021-04-20 11:07:34 AM  
Ogopogo doesn't yowl, subby. You're thinking of Sasquatch.
 
2021-04-20 11:12:57 AM  

dbrunker: Queen of All Dressed or Ketchup chips, subby?

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Old Dutch Ripple for the win. Those were so tough you could use them to scrape the windshield in the morning.
 
2021-04-20 12:35:06 PM  

starsrift: Now I'm starting to worry because I understood subby perfectly.

/ It's going to last longer than Victoria Day, sacrifices may end up somewhat lacking
// who are we kidding, those idiots couldn't follow a set of gov't instructions for a gloryhole; they'll be out there


Yup. I work in the school system. Before they announced this I had heard a number of students talking about going to the cabin at the lake with their parents, Vancouver, Victoria, Okanagan, etc. The second they announced this every wannabe-Bucket woman in my city was gnashing their teeth on Facebook. But they'll sneak out because "we're responsible. We're not like those other people."

*sighs*

I have a number of friends working in other school districts (who I met because of workshops pre-Covid, etc) and all of them had outbreaks post-Spring break because parents dragged their kids up and down the province and brought them back just in time to infect others.
 
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