Back in the ’50s, my sister was a member of the Ceilidh Girls Pipe Band in New Glasgow. Sometime during the summer of 1953, the girls were invited by the Province of Nova Scotia to appear at a trade show at Madison Square Garden in New York City, where it had set up a booth.
I have been fascinated with Italy ever since my mid-teens when I read about its participation in the Second World War. But I never got to see it until now.
FRANK CAMERON: Hello.
CALLER: Hello I wish to talk to you about your computer. It has viruses.
FC: Yes, and my cat has fleas. What’s your point?
CALLER: I want to fix those viruses and get rid of them for you.
FC: And what makes you think my computer has viruses? Have you hacked into my computer?
Privatization (to the tune of Bobby Darin’s Multiplication)
When a lot of little Libs eat too many nibs
Turn to the private sector
That’s when it’s hard I beg your pard
To keep things in perspective
Privatization, that’s the name of the game
The following questions are multiple choice. If you get them all correct, you might be:
A. A politician
B. An Internet troll
C. A person without a life
D. The Prime Minister’s Chief of Staff
1. Stephen Harper was once:
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