TEA & TWO SLICES: On “Ref, You Suck!” & Gastown’s Tradition Of Nightclub Stabbings

by Sean Orr | Imagine the Iron Lady in a Canucks’ jersey: Christy Clark continues with the Margaret Thatcher schtick. Perhaps it just highlights the chauvinism of conservative morality and it’s probably why women haven’t warmed to the BC Liberals during her tenure.

Pre-emptive strike? Enter the George W. Bush approach to criminology: When Proactive Policing Crosses the Line. Those stats are mind blowing! They’d totally give credence to the anti-gentrification protests if Pidgin co-owner Brandon Grosutti personally gave out each of those 1448 tickets. He didn’t? Oh.

Yawn: Is it me or is news a lot more boring than in days gone by? Was that a de facto admission that your paper has failed as a source of journalistic integrity?

Man stabbed outside Vancouver nightclub. Welcome to the neighbourhood, Empire Nightclub! Carrying on the great Vancouver tradition of nightclub stabbings! Loft 6 would be proud…

What happens when a Canucks fan orders pizza during the game? Hilarity ensues. Perfectly understandable, bro.

And speaking of the Canucks, where are the conspiracy theorists when you really need them? Have another donut, ref. You suck.

Popular Vegan Secret Supper Club gets cookbook treatment. Attagirl, Merida!

Bonus: Seedstock Community Currency.

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  1. Merida’s book sounds interesting, I wonder if her method for making nut cheese is the same as mine, doubt it.

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