{ metropolis devoured }
a tribute to my san francisco

3/4 oz scotch whiskey
3/4 oz local politics
1/4 oz public policy
1/4 oz disaster preparedness
1/2 oz alamo square

Shake over neighborhood dives & venues, strain into a chilled cocktail dress, garnish with a sprig of gov 2.0, and serve.

Sunday, December 09, 2007

Nice one, Canada

Canadians always think they're so much better than us. You hear it all the time... "In Canada, blah blah is better." Blah blah social welfare. Blah blah healthcare. Blah blah. You know what, Canada? If a serial killer/pig farmer was found guilty of murdering 26 sex workers in the good old US of A, he would sure as hell not be anticipating parole in 10 years. Pig farmer Willy Pickton (I first heard this report on BBC radio and I could have sworn they kept saying Pigton) would be in the clink for 26 consecutive life sentences, of which he would probably serve all of 2 before his rare breed of hateful humanity and general creepiness would drive a fellow inmate to repeatedly sodomize and give him the "pig" treatment himself. Really, I am all for compassion for people who deserve it... people have turned a 180 in prison and have found ways to become productive members of society again. But this piece of shit neither deserves that opportunity, or would do anything about it.

But in the fair land of Canada, Mr. Pickton the pig farmer will roam again. Having been convicted of the murder of 6 woman, although the remains of 26 (conflicting reports say 27) were found, I'm surprised they didn't build him a new pig farm for his inconvenience and cut him a check for finally putting Canada on the serial crime map.

Although I have to say, coked up and strung out or not, women in general should practice a wee bit more caution when inserting themselves into dubious cicumstances such as, let's say, remotely located wild sex parties held on a pig farm called Piggy Palace. Seriously? Who really thought that an orgy in the middle of nowhere, hosted by a reclusive and balding man described by his neighbors as "slow but not retarded" at best, was going to be a good idea?



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