Comments: I thought only beavers built wooden dams

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C'mon, it's time to 'fess up. Libranos and NDP are both lame and badly hamstrung. They are a coalition. Not open and official, but a dependant partnership-ship all the same.

That's why real honest Liberals are voting in their own interest when they vote CPC for this one time coming up.

It will give the Liberanos a chance to move away from organized crime connections, elect a new, *Clean* leader, and regain some measure of respect.

It's not that there are no honest Liberals. It is simply a case of people who are earning the best income they ever had, along with expense accounts and bonuses
are naturally not going to stick their necks out for honesty and lose everything.

Good Whistle-Blower Protection law would change all that. Are you beginning to see how important Bill C-11 is? It takes a while before it becomes really clear. At least it did for me. 73s TG

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Posted by TonyGuitar at October 18, 2005 03:34 PM

Too bad they didn't have a picture of it, I'd like to see how big it is.

Still, if the thing has lasted 173 years . . .

Posted by Jay at October 18, 2005 06:38 PM

Not uncommon for older, smaller dams to be wood. Some dams are made of dirt, fer cryin' out loud! Just because the technology doesn't have shiny microchips in it doesn't mean it won't work. In fact most of the old stuff works when "the lights go out". Speaking of technology, it is being revealed to more people every day that the Libranos house is made of cards. Now if we can only find the one crucial card...

Posted by DoubtingThomas at October 18, 2005 09:05 PM

It's hard to judge by what one sees on TV, but it appears to be massive.

True, messing with something that works is risky, but then I wonder how much press coverage this would have had if not for the flooding of New Orleans.

At least Taunton officials took the threat seriously and the inhabitants paid heed.

Posted by Debbye at October 19, 2005 08:25 PM