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What's life like in the Socialist Republic of Alberta?

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Food rationing could start soon. I'm a Brit living here since 2005. Love lots about living here but some of it not so keen on. Im sorry to say that this is a province that is partially filled with not very bright people. 

 

Terry

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Well I am not a Brit (though I could pass as one) who spent all his formative years and then some in Birmingham. I think what you say is true for Alberta could be said of B'ham and I suspect much of the world and at times myself.

 

OK I won't be able to rib you about the NDP being socialists then.

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Sometimes it’s busier, sometimes it’s quieter.  

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15 hours ago, romansh said:

Well I am not a Brit (though I could pass as one) who spent all his formative years and then some in Birmingham. I think what you say is true for Alberta could be said of B'ham and I suspect much of the world and at times myself.

 

OK I won't be able to rib you about the NDP being socialists then.

"The underlying principle of socialism is the equal sharing of suffering"

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2 hours ago, apexcone said:

"The underlying principle of socialism is the equal sharing of suffering"

And how should we divvy up the suffering?

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1 hour ago, romansh said:

And how should we divvy up the suffering?

When I suffer you can pay, sounds fair to me. 

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