Toews Gets Trashed

Vic Toews likes to think that our information should be no big deal. I guess I’m curious to know his reaction to experiencing the same…

Is this right? Nope. But Anonymous isn’t trying to be right here, they’re trying to do right, and if I’ve learned anything, it’s that the two are often not the same thing.

In its own way, Bills C-30 and C-11 are reminiscent of the Superhuman Registration Act of Marvel Comics’ Civil War series. Unlawfully amassing and accessing the kind of information that these bills would allow means a harsh violation of our freedom and our rights, and this supposedly Conservative government will not get away with spying on the civilian population.

I want nothing more than for this thought to spread, and for the people who lead my country to once again be the people who live in it, and not the trolls we foolishly elected who feel they can trample our rights when the mood suits them.


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Like a caterpillar that spins a coccoon and emerges as a walrus with a mohawk, Big Ugly Jim has become something unexpected. Raised a fine young Christian boy in the city of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Jim began to question his teachings, first evaluating the wisdom of other religions and eventually realizing that none of them seemed any more accurate than any other, and not a one of them made a lick of sense. Today, Big Ugly Jim is a musician, a Business Analyst with Large Oil Company Whose Name Is Not Important, a music promoter with the Calgary Beer Core, a writer of fiction and non-fiction, a prick, an atheist, a father, an ex-husband, a role model, a horrifying vision in a red speedo (or at least he would be, if ever that happened which IT WOULD NOT), an announcer, and soon to be an officiator of weddings. Also, he's nice and does dishes. Jim continues to live in Calgary, spreading his filthy doctrine of free, critical thinking and appreciation for music.

2 thoughts on “Toews Gets Trashed

  1. I had already read that, and was quite happy with what you wrote. And as I said, it isn’t right. But I’m still gonna cheer for them.

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