Stars and Stingers: Nov. 28

Stars to the lady who gave me her crocheted hat. It was very special—Thank you, you made my day.

  • Nov. 28, 2012 2:00 p.m.

Stars to all those who helped put on a fun night at the Starlight Soiree.

Stars to another great Grey Cup once again proving why the CFL is much more exciting than the NFL.

Stingers to the crappy Christmas tree lights that burned out after a week of usage.

Stars to all the car owners who don’t abandon their vehicles on someone’s property like the burgundy station wagon north of Sobey’s

Stingers to the weather. It’s almost December, time for snow already!

Stars to the lady who gave me her crocheted hat. It was very special—Thank you, you made my day.

Stars to Kevin for recommending Starship Troopers. It was awesome!

Stingers to Kevin for recommending Starship Troopers to my husband. It was awful!

Stars to all the people who took the time to vote online for the Chemo in our Community idea.

Stingers to governments who take forever to make decisions, spend money on deliberating, and then do what they were going to do anyway.

 

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