Discussion in 'Canada' started by Said1, Mar 9, 2005.
What is "dagga"?
It is very interesting how Canadians are dealing with this. For them it is a national tragedy and the nation is mourning the loss. Unlike here in the US where we tend to hear a story on the news and say "so sad" and move on to the next story.....Canadians have such great pride in their country, I am often moved by the support and pride they have in there fellow countrymen in sporting events for example. During the Olympics, just about any event that a canadian participated in was closely watched and their effort recognised whether they were a winner of a medal or not. Here we tend to recognise the medal winners (make them media stars) and almost dismiss someone who has not won the gold.
As to the recent brutal murder of the RCMP's, the canadian news reports also claimed it was a car chop shop that was going on at the farm. The guy they were after also was involved with pot but he was a known discontent and had previously displayed anger with the authorities. The four young and inexperienced mounties were left at the farm waiting for tow trucks to haul away vehicles when the guy snuck back to the farm and slaughtered them.
What a scumbag coward.
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