I think he sounds a bit like Ringo.
Is this real?
Yep... I wonder if he got a grant for this? LOL!
Weird. I thought he was a vampire, and yet, he is capable of such a heart warming performance.(I'd still wager he sleeps in a coffin by that complexion)
The poor guy. Compared to everyone in the room he looks positively undead purple.
My hero :)(serious)....lol, I must say I dig the new olympic logos.
I h-te him, but good for him.
I think Ignatieff resembles more of a vampire- "Count Chockula"You really HATE him c-puke? I dislike polititians, but I don't think I can say I hate them. Maybe what they do.
I h-te what he represents, what and how he thinks. In the great tradition, he has chosen individual responsibility over social responsibility, and that I think is a vital decision/error, and by vital, I mean it has to do with biology, sociobiology: he has chosen death for the group b/c of his greed and will to power.And this is mortal for a politician, or what a politician is supposed to do.This reminds me of a L. Cohen lyric:Not steering by the venal chartThat tricked the mass for private gain,We rise to play a greater part.That said, way to go in singing and playing the piano, as in the end, I also tend to think that most people are at their core good.
Somehow it feels good knowing that Harper "gets high" with a little help from his friends. Maybe his new friend Jack Layton can push for full legalisation...
I wonder if this will change anybody's mind about him?
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