Lawyer Paddy Nolan
Drunk driving penalties are not tough enough, writes Cathy Arscott of Argus, Ontario. I (yer man Paddy Nolan) am an Irish booze artist who never learned to drive but I am an experienced lawyer and I agree. I say that there’d be no drunk driving if the Parliament of Canada gave every drunk driver a fair quick trial and thew every convicted one in jail for two years minimum. And if Canadian judges were doing their job – that’d be the case. Judges administer the law like waitresses pour tea in Victoria’s Empress Hotel. If the judges want to be nice guys and nice girls – they should trade in their +/- $300,000 per year jobs for minimum wages at the Empress. But – of course – politicians should be working at the Empress too – as smiley faced bus boys and bus girls. Convicted drunk drivers have killed or tried tried to kill human beings.
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THE OLD TIMER FROM PINCHER CREEK
Researchers at the University of Washington five years ago found that – all over the world – in the 33 years before 2014 children’s obesity shot up 47.1% and obesity shot up 27.5% for humankind overall. The highly respected medical journal, The Lancet, published those findings. To my knowledge, obesity hasn’t improved these last five years.
My doc says its carbohydrates and sugar that cause obesity and he referred me to a YouTube Video for doctors – Low Carbs for Doctors by Dr. David Unwin. Of course, Big Food (who peddle carbohydrates because they’re cheap to produce) and Big Pharma (who promote obesity because they can sell more pills to obese sick people) tell the booboisie not to worry about carbs – worry about fatty food, say they. Big Food and Big Pharma are deliberately lying and their bosses should be treated like tobacco merchants and thrown into jail or worse. Obesity causes no end of sickness and cost.