White, black, red, yellow, brown ………………., I don’t care!

(Matter of fact, the only colour I have something against are the purple people eaters!)

There are certain SOCIETIES (Cultures) that piss me off to no end folks!
First of all, the good ones generally  include Europeans, (Including Australians and New Zealand) North Americans and South Americans, Chinese, Japanese …….,, well, you get the idea!
These are cultures in Africa, the Middle East (Except Israel) the Far East and other spots around the globe where they have a corrupt society and forms of government!
(Don’t forget kids, corruption, bribery, dishonesty and back stabbing are a way of doing business, and also of treating other people, that is common in many parts of the world!)
What pisses me off is the immigrants that come over here and still want to do things according to the old rules from “back home.”
Like I have said many times before folks, immigrants used to come to this country and want to know what their “obligations” were.
Now they come over here, and immediately want to know what their “RIGHTS” are!
And that ain’t right!

While we’re on the subject……………………………..!

This is worth reading and considering…..
> A physics teacher in high school once told the students:
> That while one grasshopper on the railroad tracks wouldn’t
> Slow a train very much, a billion of them would.
> With that thought in mind, read the following, obviously Written by a
> patriotic Canadian:
> Shopping in Lowe’s the other day for some reason and just for the fun
> of it I was looking at the garden hose attachments. They were all made in
> China . The next day I was in Home Hardware and just for the fun of it I
> checked the hose attachments there. They were made in Canada !
> Start looking…
> In our current economic situation, every little thing we buy or do
> affects someone else – even their job.
> A quote from a consumer: “My grandson likes Hershey’s candy. I
> noticed, though, that it is marked made in Mexico now, instead of Smiths
> Falls , Ontario . I do not buy it any more”.
> My favorite toothpaste, Colgate, is made in Mexico now. I have
> switched to Crest.
> You have to read the labels on everything.
> This past weekend I was at Wal-Mart. I needed 60W light bulbs. I was
> in the light bulb aisle, and right next to the GE brand I normally buy was
> an off-brand labelled, “Everyday Value”. I picked up both types of bulbs and
> compared the stats – they were the same except for the price. The GE bulbs
> were more money than the Everyday Value brand but the thing that surprised
> me the most was the fact that GE was made in MEXICO and the Everyday Value
> brand was made in – get ready for this – Canada at a company in Ontario .
> Their Equate Products are also made in Canada, and are very good.
> Just to add my own experience on buying Made in Canada , I was looking
> for canned mushrooms that were made in Canada and could never find any, so I
> would buy fresh. But recently I found Ravine mushrooms – made in Canada with
> a little red maple leaf on the can. A little more money but when I opened
> the can I looked at mushrooms that look like real mushrooms, not a mushroom
> that looks like it was cleaned in bleach.
> Another product I no longer buy is Del Monte or Dole canned fruit. Del
> Monte is packaged in Taiwan and Dole is now a product of China .
> Why should we pay for their fruit when our growers are left with fruit
> rotting on the trees. E.D. Smith is still made in Canada… buy theirs, at
> least you will know what is in it and have some quality control.
> By the way, all pickles with the Presidents Choice label and the No
> Name yellow label [Superstore] are made in India . Think about it, water
> from the Ganges is used… yes THAT Ganges , the one that the people use as
> a toilet.
> So throw out the myth that you cannot find products you use every day
> that are made right here.
> My challenge to you is to start reading the labels when you shop for
> everyday things and see what you can find that is made In Canada. The job
> you save may be your own or your neighbour’s'! (Your children &
> grandchildren, also.)
> If you accept this challenge, pass it on to others in your address
> book so we can all start buying Canadian, one light bulb at a time! Stop
> buying from overseas companies!
> (We should have awakened two decades ago.)
> Let’s get with the program. Help our fellow Canadians keep their jobs
> and create more jobs here in Canada .
> If President Obama insists on a ‘Made in America ‘ Policy, which is
> commendable of him, to support American workers, we should do likewise.
> BUY CANADIAN! Read the labels. Support Canadian jobs.