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Thursday, October 01, 2009

And to think that some Tories were pissed off at me for owning and directing to a wikipedia biography of a former Premier.

I yield to

It appears that someone in Ottawa forgot to renew a domain name...

Note: You might not want to click the link if you are on a work computer.

(thanks to reader D.P. for this link)

UPDATE: The Globe & Mail have picked up this story: Harper not master of his own domain.


Anonymous said...

The new Conservative ad campaign has been leaked!

"Spank it, Iggy!"

"Make Parliament work, you dirty Liberal!"

Andrew said...

Oh wow! Dave you're amazing if this is you. If it's anyone else, they're just innovative.

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

Love it! Bravo! Encore!

Woman at Mile 0 said... is all about sex/getting sex which seems the exact opposite of what wild gossip everywhere says is going on in Stephen Harper's life right now. Kind of ironic really.

Anonymous said...

Some person in China *might* be responsible.

Na'n MaTou Rd 1187
HouseNo. 28 RoomNo. 601
Tel. +86.13624845154

What is really needed across the blogosphere is a linkfest to bring that site near to the top of Google's result list.

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure if I'd ever go to for my adult needs. That's creepy.

Anonymous said...

Globe and Mail seem to have pulled the story off-line. Original link is dead.

Apparently someone up high is not amused.

Anonymous said...

If this was a Liberal or NDP domain, would you make the same amount of noise Dave?

I mean someone from Ontario has owned for years - do we hear about that on this blog?

daveberta said...

Oh well, looks like the fun only lasted for a couple of hours. The sex site search engine has now been replaced by a typical squatters site.

Anonymous said...

Anon 9:16 - yes, but Duceppe isn't Prime Minister, is he?

croghan27 said...

Don't worry Dave .. I just tried on my gubberment computer and it is forbidden site.

The Invisible Hand said...

Not sure why this is suddenly news; Harper has never used the domain. The Wayback Machine shows a variety of "parked" designs there going all the way back to 2000, a year before Harper re-entered politics.