Our mission

Are you that special person who - weary from trudging the endless superhighways - just longs to camp next to a glorious oasis of the mind? Do you desire to explore new frontiers, splash in shared ideas, fill your belly with the refreshing fruits of inspiration, and bask in the gentle rays of fond reflection?

Well, you can fuck right off. This, my friends, is not that place. This place is... The ShadowLands.

Monday, June 15, 2009

British Columbia leads the way


British Columbia, home of environmentalist David Suzuki (pictured in front of his rock-star style tour bus) is leading the world when it comes to the introduction of a carbon tax.

Let's check in on how it's working out for everybody.

5 comments:

Boy on a bike said...

Your background colour has gone tits-up again. Can't read a damned thing.

Margo's Maid said...

I have no idea why this occurs BOAB - it is one of the great mysteries of the ShadowLands.

Larry Sheldon said...

He is actually standing near what most people would call "the rear of the bus".

But maybe he does that backward too.

Minicapt said...

The local socialists are not protesting against the tax, they think they can do a better job. As in they would not be taxing hospitals, which is a bad thing; they would increase the tax on groups such as car drivers (because they are evil), and companies which do not pay fair wages (all of them), and homeowners who don't support the homeless, etc.

Cheers

Egg said...

The bus missed?