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Wednesday, August 17, 2005

the most important battle of our time...

...is happening over at the Urban Dictionary. Make sure to join in on the fight.

Props to Rob over at Five of Five for the link.

UPDATE!

Because silly right-wing Emil can't seem to see through the layers upon layers of sarcasm in this blog, we have decided to post other epic battles, which can be found here, here, and especially here (we voted for #3 on this one- "ndp is hott as balls yo").

ANOTHER UPDATE!

Another epic (and entertaining) battle... just because we live in Edmonton....

27 comments:

Idealistic Pragmatist said...

He wants Alberta to "succeed from Confederation"?

nastyboy said...

He wants Alberta to "succeed from Confederation"?

That's not even the stupidest thing in the so-called "definition".

The minute anyone starts throwing the words, neo-Nazi and racist around any fair minded person should tune out.

robert mcbean said...

the urban dictionary (apparently) has no editorial standards, which is why its a fun read.

daveberta said...

It was pretty harsh, but funny none-the-less.

D

Emil Vargas said...

What is Paul Martin's definition. I got it. "Closet homosexual who is a tax and spend Liberal who flip flops and says anything to get elected and is the most corrupt Canadian PM in recent history!"

Emil Vargas said...

Silly right winger! Thanks daveberta and staff. It's good to know gay, gun toting Liberals are so kind and sweet hearted with their insults!

v said...

Dave, which aspect of the Liberal government do you find more attractive: the high taxes, or the low accountability? Please advise!

Mike said...

That was good, though I suspect most of Canada paying 60 to 90 cents per litre for gass for the last 5 years had more to do with being debts free than King Ralph. Unless you mean them not spending this money on silly things like safe raods and infrastructure.

Wait, weren't they talking a month ago about going back into debt and deficit in order to fix that stuff?

Red Nose Ralphy. If Ontario had the oil reserves of Alberta, we'd be debt free too.

c-lo said...

People still call someone call as a demeaning joke? Jeez, didn't realize Grade 2 could last that long

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Emil Vargas said...

To Mike:

If you NDPers in Ontario had our oil reserves from ALberta you would still be in debt. Your government would still be the most overbloated and wasteful. Look at B.C. They are probably more rich than us in Alberta except they were run into the ground by the NDP and Gordon Campbell is finally fixing the horrible mess left by your socialist friends.

Toronto Tory said...

Why don't my votes work? :)

holtopia said...

Gordon Campbell is a lush.

Most certainly this is his most redeeming quality.

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robert mcbean said...

enough politicians! i'm voting for the chick in her underwear on the left side bar.

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daveberta said...

okay. this spammer stuff is getting pretty stupid.

Tony said...

I agree that the NDP is as hott as ballz :p

daveberta said...

"enough politicians! i'm voting for the chick in her underwear on the left side bar."

Agreed. :-)

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Mike said...

Uhm, Emil, Ontario hasn't had an NDP government in 10 years

But hey why let a little thing like facts get in the way a good psychotic partisan rant, eh?

And I haven't heard a thank you for helping Alberta pay down its debts every time I filled my tank for tha last 10 years.