Thursday, December 3, 2015

When In Doubt

I've not experienced anywhere near the good old need to write stuff that started this blog in quite some time. That's not necessarily bad, since when my muse does elbow me in the eye, the results rarely warrant actual reading. On the other hand, video is video, which almost always sucks too! 

Wait, what am I doing then? Damned if I know. When faced with the quandary of how to justify my online existence (aka "When In Doubt") I know I can always fall back on something that is utterly reliable and pure and worth doing: showing Canadians for the freakin' awesome people they are.

What follows is a sequel to When Canadians Cyclists Clash . It's not just cyclists who are great with each other in my mightily kind nation. It's also me and some lady with a bunch of dogs!

Stay Canadian (or at least #FeelTheBern),

P.S. - I don't have a real good sense of what brand of politics my American friends subscribe to... I fear I may be guilty of making assumptions. Whether I have or not, I am fascinated and encouraged by the existence of Bernie Sanders. Obviously I can't vote in the Primaries or the General election. I'm Canadian. I wish I could, I really do. If any of my American brothers and sisters hate me for loving Bernie Sanders, ah well. Lighten up; I can't vote anyway.


John Romeo Alpha said...

I subscribe to a conservative view of America that welcomes immigrants, cherishes freedom of speech and religion (all religions), welcomes diversity, loves family, and connects with neighbors and community for a common good in pursuit of life, liberty, and happiness. These conservative beliefs, tied directly to the founders, make me an outcast currently since the conversation seems to be driven by greedy, frightened xenophobes. Yeah, #FeelTheBern

RANTWICK said...

Right on, JRA. You're my kind of 'merican.

cafiend said...

Wonderfully civilized.

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