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2021-10-15 10:30:00 PM  
Canada is a cool neighbor.   We are the neighbor with the hooptie on blocks in the front yard.

Sorry North America!
 
2021-10-15 10:30:31 PM  
Speaking as a fellow Canadian clergy person, I say "fark this asshole". A week is not enough.
 
2021-10-15 10:31:43 PM  
He's lucky he was in Saint John. Because if he was in Saint Johns, they would have thrown the book at him.
And don't even get me started about the horrors of St. Jon.

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2021-10-15 10:34:47 PM  
If you're trying to elicit sympathy and not look like a avaricious charlatan, pick up some clothes off the rack rather than wearing a tailored shirt and suit.
 
2021-10-15 10:39:03 PM  
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2021-10-15 10:39:40 PM  

Ragin' Asian: If you're trying to elicit sympathy and not look like a avaricious charlatan, pick up some clothes off the rack rather than wearing a tailored shirt and suit.


Found the guy from the textile lobby
 
2021-10-15 10:45:53 PM  
Part of me hopes that this zealot will realize that in the real world the laws of man trump the laws of mythology. Sadly, though, this will most likely only make him more of a zealot.
 
2021-10-15 10:49:59 PM  
As we face a wave of anti-vaccination, virus-spreading, malicious people in our society, I just want to remind the Crown, Council, Congress, Queen, and Court that culling is a perfectly acceptable way to save a population of animals from infected and willfully destructive members.

Just sayin'.
 
2021-10-15 10:52:02 PM  
So there's been a face-off in Canada? *yawn*
 
2021-10-15 10:56:08 PM  

WilderKWight: As we face a wave of anti-vaccination, virus-spreading, malicious people in our society, I just want to remind the Crown, Council, Congress, Queen, and Court that culling is a perfectly acceptable way to save a population of animals from infected and willfully destructive members.

Just sayin'.


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One of the advantages of retaining a few vestiges of constitutional monarchy is that Her Majesty can (at least in the technically-legal sense of the word, which is the best kind of legal) bring da ruckus in a pinch.
 
2021-10-15 10:56:15 PM  
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2021-10-15 10:56:58 PM  
string 'im up
 
2021-10-15 10:59:16 PM  
This is how it should work. Your neighbors have this weird belief that religion means laws don't apply to you.
 
2021-10-15 11:01:51 PM  

ImpendingCynic: This is how it should work. Your neighbors have this weird belief that religion means laws don't apply to you.


And even if that were true, where in the Bible does it say "Thou shall spread disease."?
 
2021-10-15 11:06:56 PM  
On the first day he doth farked around and he thought himself hot shiat.

On the second day he found out and the there was much rejoicing.
 
2021-10-15 11:12:50 PM  
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2021-10-15 11:14:10 PM  

Creepy Lurker Guy: ImpendingCynic: This is how it should work. Your neighbors have this weird belief that religion means laws don't apply to you.

And even if that were true, where in the Bible does it say "Thou shall spread disease."?


And The Lord said goeth and spread plagues to they neighbors...

Let me so that!

NO.
 
2021-10-15 11:16:06 PM  
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2021-10-15 11:21:22 PM  

Creepy Lurker Guy: ImpendingCynic: This is how it should work. Your neighbors have this weird belief that religion means laws don't apply to you.

And even if that were true, where in the Bible does it say "Thou shall spread disease."?


Leviticus 13:45 is pretty clear on the issue.
 
2021-10-15 11:43:41 PM  
Secret locations and security to keep officials out.
Seems opposite of what the story of Jesus in the garden is.

This pastor is not aware that Jesus would have known that Levittical law supports wearing masks, social distancing, quarantines, and showing signs/tests of being disease free.
Leviticus 13 details specific cases.
 
2021-10-15 11:47:17 PM  

RoyFokker'sGhost: Creepy Lurker Guy: ImpendingCynic: This is how it should work. Your neighbors have this weird belief that religion means laws don't apply to you.

And even if that were true, where in the Bible does it say "Thou shall spread disease."?

Leviticus 13:45 is pretty clear on the issue.


Should have hit refresh before posting. Silly dog wanted to go outside.
 
2021-10-16 12:57:04 AM  

Twilight Farkle: WilderKWight: As we face a wave of anti-vaccination, virus-spreading, malicious people in our society, I just want to remind the Crown, Council, Congress, Queen, and Court that culling is a perfectly acceptable way to save a population of animals from infected and willfully destructive members.

Just sayin'.

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One of the advantages of retaining a few vestiges of constitutional monarchy is that Her Majesty can (at least in the technically-legal sense of the word, which is the best kind of legal) bring da ruckus in a pinch.


I know we rejected that whole bogus British system, but I kind of wish she could be our queen, too.
 
2021-10-16 1:11:45 AM  

Ragin' Asian: If you're trying to elicit sympathy and not look like a avaricious charlatan, pick up some clothes off the rack rather than wearing a tailored shirt and suit.


You wear cardboard collar stays too, ya rube?
 
2021-10-16 1:14:04 AM  

Twilight Farkle: WilderKWight: As we face a wave of anti-vaccination, virus-spreading, malicious people in our society, I just want to remind the Crown, Council, Congress, Queen, and Court that culling is a perfectly acceptable way to save a population of animals from infected and willfully destructive members.

Just sayin'.

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One of the advantages of retaining a few vestiges of constitutional monarchy is that Her Majesty can (at least in the technically-legal sense of the word, which is the best kind of legal) bring da ruckus in a pinch.


"Constitutional monarchy" feels akin to "slutty celibate"
 
2021-10-16 1:22:05 AM  

RoyFokker'sGhost: Creepy Lurker Guy: ImpendingCynic: This is how it should work. Your neighbors have this weird belief that religion means laws don't apply to you.

And even if that were true, where in the Bible does it say "Thou shall spread disease."?

Leviticus 13:45 is pretty clear on the issue.


Ya know, one of these days, I suppose 8 should read this bib'lee thing.

I wonder if there's a good audio book.

I would pay good money for Eddie Izzard to do it, and have her interject commentary.
 
2021-10-16 5:03:54 AM  

I Swear I'll Jump: Twilight Farkle: WilderKWight: As we face a wave of anti-vaccination, virus-spreading, malicious people in our society, I just want to remind the Crown, Council, Congress, Queen, and Court that culling is a perfectly acceptable way to save a population of animals from infected and willfully destructive members.

Just sayin'.

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One of the advantages of retaining a few vestiges of constitutional monarchy is that Her Majesty can (at least in the technically-legal sense of the word, which is the best kind of legal) bring da ruckus in a pinch.

I know we rejected that whole bogus British system, but I kind of wish she could be our queen, too.


Ironically, the Westminister system would evolve beyond the 'rotten boroughs' and severe restrictions of franchise to become a representative constitutional monarchy.  Your republican system, as evidenced by the current state of affairs has evolved in such a way as to become MORE similiar to the UK system of the 1800s that your country rebelled against as individual voting power is steadily reduced by the electoral college, senate makeup and pervasive gerry mandering predominant in red and swing states.
 
2021-10-16 10:19:45 AM  

BlazeTrailer: Twilight Farkle: WilderKWight: As we face a wave of anti-vaccination, virus-spreading, malicious people in our society, I just want to remind the Crown, Council, Congress, Queen, and Court that culling is a perfectly acceptable way to save a population of animals from infected and willfully destructive members.

Just sayin'.

[i.pinimg.com image 600x373]

One of the advantages of retaining a few vestiges of constitutional monarchy is that Her Majesty can (at least in the technically-legal sense of the word, which is the best kind of legal) bring da ruckus in a pinch.

"Constitutional monarchy" feels akin to "slutty celibate"


I feel like constitutional monarchs are like human versions of very pampered live mascots. Think Uga at Georgia, Bevo at Texas, etc.
 
2021-10-16 12:01:45 PM  
It's nice to hear good news from home.

I am a New Brunswicker born and bred and I always say that as a New Brunswicker, I have lived in every century from the 17th to 21st. My family and neighbours do.

Fun fact: The last witch trial in New Brunswick was in ... (drum roll please) 1915.

Eat them dapples, Salem Village!
 
2021-10-16 12:02:53 PM  

RepoManTSM: BlazeTrailer: Twilight Farkle: WilderKWight: As we face a wave of anti-vaccination, virus-spreading, malicious people in our society, I just want to remind the Crown, Council, Congress, Queen, and Court that culling is a perfectly acceptable way to save a population of animals from infected and willfully destructive members.

Just sayin'.

[i.pinimg.com image 600x373]

One of the advantages of retaining a few vestiges of constitutional monarchy is that Her Majesty can (at least in the technically-legal sense of the word, which is the best kind of legal) bring da ruckus in a pinch.

"Constitutional monarchy" feels akin to "slutty celibate"

I feel like constitutional monarchs are like human versions of very pampered live mascots. Think Uga at Georgia, Bevo at Texas, etc.


Yes, I can see that.  But like all tribal totems, we loves 'em to death.
 
2021-10-16 12:05:18 PM  
Concept which may be new to you all:  Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition.

A couple of centuries ago, it was new to everybody. Many Americans misunderestimate the word "Constitional" because it has been sorely abused and misused for centuries. You can't blame them, though, because they come by it naturally, which is to say, by inheritance.

Of course, the naturalness of inheritance is moot. In some ways, it is a very radical idea shared by no other animal.
 
2021-10-16 12:08:36 PM  
Forget about the Supreme Court. Stuff the Senate!

The House of Lords is more democratic than the Senate. You don't have to be rich. It's open to anybody who is a hereditary Lord, and some who are not perhaps.

Inheritance is almost as good as randomness.  One day a commoner, the next day a Duke who needs the per diem.
 
2021-10-16 12:31:49 PM  
Now he will call himself a victim and a martyr. Being persecuted, so send him money.
 
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