I wrote this back in 2014 going into 2015. I decided to update it for 2018 going into 2019.
Promise. Guarantee. Oath. Decree.
Whatever word you wish to use, there’s a good chance your brain will hold it to a higher standard than a resolution.
I’m not voting today in the 42nd Canadian Federal election, found through social media as elxn42.
That’s because I already voted last week.
Voting is a choice. You have the choice to vote.Read More
If there’s one thing I wish I knew more about these days, it’s what is going on in the Middle East, specifically Iraq, involving ISIS. As an uninformed white male my brain immediately goes to Archer and how their organization was called I.S.I.S. and no, that’s not it at all.Read More
Yesterday on Facebook I said that I wouldn’t tell people to vote in the 2014 Ontario Election. It was up to them. The reason is because the Diddy style “VOTE OR DIE” rhetoric does absolutely nothing to influence someone disenchanted with the current political climate to make them feel their vote counts. Looking at the poll numbers it seems I’m correct.
According to Steve Paikin, about 19% of voters gave the Ontario Liberals 100% of the power because voter turnout was at 51.7%. We’re not doing enough to convince people they should vote. Then again, we hardly ever have.Read More
It’s rare for a death to be celebrated by so many, but when in your life you’ve spent much of it celebrating the death of people you never met? It isn’t surprising for the same to happen to you.