Monday, December 15, 2008

In Canada, it means I love you

1.
To this, the CP24 reporter said, "in Iraq, to throw shoes at someone is to show signs of contempt". I don't think I enjoyed journalism as much as I did in that precise moment ever before.

2. On that note, according to a recent poll conducted by CP24, 50% of those that answered thought that we directly elect our prime minister. Grade 10 civics, anyone?

3 comments:

TM said...

That clip just gets funnier every time I watch it, sort of like the Kool-Aid man busting through the wall.

The Puritan Impulse said...

I always throw shoes at my lovers, they love it.

srahman24 said...

Haha... that's an amazing quote.

Aw, that poor reporter. He wasn't wrong though :P Granted, it's probably offensive no matter where you are... but it's especially bad in the Middle East. There are few insults worse.