Stars and Stingers: Aug. 15

Stingers to all the people who drive down the one-way behind Main Street the wrong way.

  • Aug. 14, 2012 2:00 p.m.

Shards of sharp stingers to the individuals who don’t admonish or pick up after their delinquent friends who throw glass in or around our precious Cedar Lake.

Stars to Petro Canada for the free lunch, it was delicious.

Stingers to all the people who drive down the one-way behind Main Street the wrong way.

Stars to BC Hydro for only being 20 minutes late turning the power back on.

Stingers to the gentleman who releaved himself in the middle of the highway, in front of children, when traffic was stopped for an accident.

Stars to my friend for having the same sized feet as me. Thanks for the new shoes.

Stingers to my coworker for stealing my comfy chair, and relpacing it with his broken one.

Stars to the waitress at the Riverhouse who not only gave us great service, but also cooked our food.

Stars to hockey season, I hope you’re almost here.


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