Hey Canada, tell me about Pierre Poilievre. I saw him recently being interviewed by Jordan Peterson and couldn’t help but wish that he was running for something down here.
(To hear what I heard and more, click on the link at the bottom of the Life-Liners.)
Speaking of Canada, can you get rich there yet, or do you still need to inherit it?
Shouldn’t abortion be voted on by the people?
The reason there’s so much fraud going on at the moment is because we so want what they’re selling to be true.
So in our post-Covid world, here are a couple of things that big biz is doing. Cars built in 2021 are being sold as 2023 models because they finally got to put the computer chip put in them.
Speaking of cars, they’re selling 30% fewer but making more money, just as the Airlines and oil companies are. Thanks, Joe. Don’t worry about any of it, you keep on working on climate control and the girly guys who wanna play for the girl’s teams.
One of the memories I will have about the passing of a great lady was the absence of a not-so-great lady, Mehgan. No doubt she’ll be there for the funeral, she can’t resist the cameras.
Whatever happened to 3D TV?
Mistakes are what lead us to solutions, and solutions are what lead us to success.
Getting the government involved in anything is not only very expensive, but it also unnecessarily slows everything down.
I understand that CNN is now going to ignore the extreme left and the far right so they can focus on the story with no opinions, just the facts, which I think those of us in the middle care about.
Why are we held responsible for the actions of those who came before us?
It’s gonna be tough to gain equality if you already think that you’re better than the rest of us.
When you dream about your future, you have to ask yourself, “Am I willing to pay the price to make my dream come true?”
When I was a kid, I thought the government’s job was to protect me from Mr. Businessman. However, when I grew up, I discovered that they were actually protecting Mr. Businessman from me.
Brent Farris claims that if you get a DUI here, you can’t cross the border into Canada for ten years. Update:
The movie Elvis which cost 85 million to make, has made 156 million so far, and Top Gun Maverick, which cost 170 million to make, so far has made 1.37 billion. Now, why was it we didn’t invest in those two projects?
The first step in getting what you want is by deciding what it is you want.
I wonder how much of the national news is made up?
Hell is probably not an attractive place, but the Highway to Hell sure is.
So breaking down Biden’s student loan forgiveness bill, it seems that most of the folks who have student loans are for it, and most of those who don’t are against it. What a shock, huh?
What good is 20-20 hindsight? We need to know instantly what we coulda said and how we shoulda said it.
Unfortunately, you can take all kinds of courses, but if you weren’t born a type ‘A,’ I rather doubt that you’ll be a great leader.
Life would be so much better if only bad people did bad things.
It’s ten times easier to keep doing what you’re doing rather than what you should be doing.
Why would we want a judge to be a Democrat or a Republican? What the hell does that have to do with the law?
I find it very weird that there are no photographs of Elvis and the Beatles ever having met.
According to most of the commercials we see on TV, 50% of Americans are either Black, Hispanic, involved in a mixed marriage, or LGBT. I wonder why they’re doing it when the reality of the situation is that Hispanics only make up 18.7% of the population, Blacks 13.4%, Interracial Marriages 10.2%, and LGBTs 5.6%. I guess it falls under the category of “If you don’t understand something, follow the money.”
Wow, Trump is still strong enough to be talked about at the Emmys.
A beautiful ceremony for a beautiful person, the Queen
(Click on the link below to watch Pierre Poilievere being interviewed by Jordan Peterson.)
And even more, Pierre:
Jed Duval: In the past ten years or so, I have spent much time reading about the history of the motion picture industry. As you wrote about the films “Elvis” and “Top Gun: Maverick,” these make the participants (rather than the studios) wealthy, since every this is about the stars, the producer(s), the director(s), the agencies and then the bankers. For every blockbuster hit, there are many, many films, at least since the advent of television, that are lucky to make their expenses (cost to make plus the marketing/distribution), and a significant number are flat-out bombs. The only people guaranteed to be paid are the attorneys and the accountants! If I had been smarter, I would have become either an entertainment lawyer or a C.P.A. at an entertainment accounting firm. The only problem was, and is, I would have to relocate to the Los Angeles area! (What and give up radio and show business ?!) (Go Big Blue)
Geo: Ahh, Radio, I remember it well, Jed. Whoever thought that WIBC would go dark before we did?
Dave Charles: Love your Blog points, George. Heard a great line from Lee Arnold on a group call this week. Quote: I guess you in Canada must think you’re living over a CRACK house’. Reference to seeing all the crazy shit going down in the excited states of America. Stay safe, George, and send bananas!…from the republic. (Go Big Blue)
Geo: Thanks for the read, Dave. As for the craziness, most of it is only happening in the media, or I’m hanging out at the wrong bars?
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