Tuesday, March 15, 2011

CNBC and Beavers

I wrote a nice long blog the other day, posted it and it never came up.

That CNBC is disgusting. The other day, all they could talk about was, "How can we make money on this catastrophe." A sad excuse for humans. On CBC this morning, who mouths off, but Kevin O'Leary, "I think this is the best thing that ever happened to Japan." What he thinks, he should keep to himself. That ass should be fired.

You've often heard the whining and crying about not enough doctors in Nova Scotia. Here is how it works. If you are white, male, english speaking, and a family member is not a doctor, you're screwed. That's a given. In Med School in Nova Scotia, there are 73 positions for doctors, every year. The population may increase, but it stays at 73. More doctors, less money for each one. That was last year. This year, there are 63 positions. Why, you ask? Because we sold ten of our positions to Saudi Arabia. I guess the doctors are going to give themselves a raise.

The plumber came yesterday for plugged drain. Not totally plugged, just slow and noisy. My bank account is now $225.00 lighter.

You know we have beavers in Canada. I guess we have too many, at least in Saskatchewan. Trappers don't want beaver anymore. They only get $15.00 a pelt. Out west they have become a real nuisance, building dams that flood farmlands, and coming into your yard and chopping down the trees. Kit Carson, where are you when we need you?

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