Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Exiled to Canada Because of Healthcare Needs



Stolen from Sherry.

18 comments:

darkblack said...

Good Heavens, a reverse snowback.

Down portcullis!

;>)

Pyzahn said...

Just watching Rachel Maddow review the Rep. theory that the new health bill will force old people to kill themselves. It would be funny if it wasn't so scary. How can people be such bozos?

Beach Bum said...

I'm about ready to head that way now, last one to Vancouver buys the beer. Not joking.

Utah Savage said...

Beach if they fuck with Medicare, I'm joining you. We should start a bloggers commune. Darkblack, any suggestions for a place to live that isn't too pricy or too cold for us delicate southerners?

Pyzahn, I saw that too, and nearly choked on the profanity coming out my mouth involuntarily. How fucking dumb are we that we swallow such utter crap?

jadedj said...

I have seriously considered this very thing. Even though I am in Nebraska, the cold there is brutal, and I don't really want to endure that given my arthritic condition. Buuuuuut...those mutherfuckers in D.C. are sure pissing me off.

darkblack said...

Everybody likes Vancouver, except that it's full of Vancouverites. Don't get me started on them.
If you can handle the Beehive State in the winter, you can handle southern Alberta or the B.C. interior.

;>)

Utah Savage said...

Thank you darling. Which would you recommend. My house is hemorrhaging worth, but it's probably still around $300,000. Could I get a little house, with a little yard for me and my little dog? Could I keep my social security? Are Canadians lovers of the eccentrics? Liberal? Kind to strangers?

Oh why am I asking these questions? I live in Utah for fuck sake!

Vigilante said...

Yeah, Utah! Why change? The US has the 37th best health care system in the world. I'm down with that!

Utah Savage said...

Vig, you look like you're having way too much fun. Man, can't you tone it down a bit for those of us who don't live in Santa Barbara?

Nan said...

I'm thinking British Columbia, too. Somewhere in the Fraser River valley close to the Washington border would be nice. Very green, with winters that might be a little gray from the constant rain but not particularly brutal. Mildew would be a bigger problem than cold.

darkblack said...

Point by point, Utah:

1) Yes.

2) Yes, if you don't drop your U.S. citizenship.

3) Just don't scare the horses.

4) Oh, you said the L word.

5) Oddly enough, they are.

;>)

sunshine said...

Whee! All my American friends are coming to Canada! ;)

Utah Savage said...

Nan, I'm allergic to mold. Other than that, B C sounds great.

Utah Savage said...

Sunshine, can you recommend a place? One of you two Canadians should tell us about your neck of the woods. Do Canadians tolerate pot smoking. Is it illegal?

darkblack said...

'Is it illegal?'

It's against the law not to in B.C. - why nothing ever gets done there, I suppose.

;>)

Tengrain said...

We could get all of our laptops in a circle with a biscuit in the middle...

Naw, that's the editorial board at Huffington Post, my bad.

Regards,

Tengrain

jessica said...

It would be funny if it wasn't so scary. How can people be such bozos?

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