Monday, November 28, 2005

Politics, Petrol, and Precipitation

(what’s with all this alliteration?!!?!)

1. Paul Martin Jr. is about to be unemployed, probably in January 2006 when the Liberals will lose power, I’m hoping. The oppositions in the House of Commons voted for and passed a no-confidence motion (that they have no confidence in the leading minority corrupt Liberal government) which means there will be an election soon. In other fantastic news, this taken from the CBC News website, “Monday's vote means a number of bills will die on the order paper, among them an act to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana

2. I saw 91.5¢ / litre today. Also, apparently crude oil dropped $1.50 a barrel on the markets if I remember correctly…I got that info from the morning news télé. I have a hunch that prices for gas won’t go any lower. But let’s hope I’m wrong. I don’t even have any evidence I’m basing that on....

3. It’s snowing outside right now. It’s not sticking (phew) but it looks veddy pretty in the streetlight. The snowline on the north shore mountains I noticed was pretty low today too.


.....booo school, work, final exams, and general bad stuff...........

4 comments:

Bernice said...

lucky lucky you that it didn't stick... I had to wake up early to shovel my mom's half of the driveway so she could drive me to school.. was almost late anyways... 40 mins to get to school instead of the usual 15 or max 20. Grr! at least I got home okay though...

Tim said...

it wasn't sticking when i wrote that post monday night. when i woke up today (tuesday) it had stuck and there was bad traffic everywhere. i was late for class. o well. Thank God for His safe protection!

Bernice said...

Agreed!

PelaLusa said...

Let me get this straight: You're under 30, you go to SFU, and you're not a raving socialist?!? How can this be??? How come you haven't succumbed to the mind-altering drug in the Liberal Kool-Aid? I'm amazed! And impressed!!

Robert W.