Canadian Association for the Peaceful Takover of the USA (via Firda)
With web design like this, we’ll just attack while they’re nauseous.
The Institute of Official Cheer is brilliant. I especially enjoyed the paintings of the women with their underwear around their ankles. (via Dinah)
Six wants to know what happened to the coup I was promising. Well, it’s already started, with our election going off without a hitch. Soon, we will send election advisers to your country to determine whether your electoral process is free and fair. Then, we will keep those advisers there for many years slowly changing your political system from within. And before you know it, you’ll have a Queen! That’s when we’ll start attacking with turkey basters…
Sorry about the whining yesterday. I’ll try not to let it happen again.
In other news, how about that election? It’s still not decided as I write this, as they’re going to do a recount in Florida. Yes, folks, those Nader votes may just have been crucial. And you, yes you, your vote is probably the key to the whole enchilada. And on your birthday, too.
This week’s New Yorker is excellent. In addition to the excellent article on blogging (well, mostly about Meg and Jason’s romance, but it filled in a lot of details for me), there’s an article on fibromyalgia, good Caterina’s affliction. To top it off, it’s the Cartoon Issue.
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Heather and I are plotting your downfall, American cousins. And it all starts with a t-shirt. Well, actually it might start with the election next week. Watch out!!
There was a front page story today in the Globe and Mail, “Canada’s National Newspaper,” about Lego and the dot.com crowd, including a lot about Heather’s friend Eric, whom she mentioned yesterday. I don’t think it’s in their online version (yet), so click here to see some scans of the article: