May 24th, 2019

Ticked Off and Tickled Pink May 7, 2019

By Ticked Off - Tickled Pink on May 7, 2019.

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That recycling has become a big money issue rather than a way to protect our environment and our future quality of life.

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We are seeing more and more dogs running loose in the evening at Ross Glen Park. How about a sign posted there and more monitoring by bylaw officers?

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That a Canadian broadcasting network would interview Omar Khadr, a convicted terrorist, and he received a standing ovation. Disgusting. They should lose all funding.

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Amazed at the number of people allowing their dogs to be unleashed on 13th Avenue near the Medicine Hat Village mobile home park. There are signs up about dogs being leashed and poop being picked up.

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The young generation is always moaning about the environment. Why don’t they do something about the plastics they use?

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Where do we get our seeds to grow our cannabis plants for our households? Does the federal government send them to us?

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That the provinces are going to lose millions of dollars in tourist dollars because of their extravagant gasoline prices.

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That there are no Canadian teams left in the Stanley Cup playoffs. This forces the Toronto-centric sports networks to follow other teams that lots of people support.

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At the wish that Jason Kenney would put on a sales tax in Alberta instead of doing the Ford business of taking food away from children and help away from special needs students.

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With people who are too lazy to move their cars when they put out the street sweeping signs. Give them a ticket.

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That restaurants still expect you to tip when the minimum wage has gone to $15 and restaurants have put up their prices. I haven’t had a raise for three years.

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The PechaKucha event is terrific with about 400 people there. But the last speaker’s foul mouth was uncalled for.

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The NDP are only good for two things: Running the provincial economy into a $50 billion debt and whining about the UCP. They lost the election, get over it.

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That so many NDP supporters are ticked off.

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That the old arena would be a great place for the indoor skateboarders.

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With people who criticize teachers for their days off. Educate yourself about what teaching involves before you criticize them.

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At the high prices we pay for funerals in Medicine Hat.

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That Canalta Centre brought in Godsmack and Volbeat for a fantastic concert. Please bring more.

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To the Salvation Army for an excellent concert and bringing Georgette Jones to Medicine Hat. Fabulous entertainment.

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China has boycotted some of Canada’s food exports. Why are we still buying food from China?

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The sexist pig who made the remark about our fine prime minister wishes that people would realize he was being sarcastic. Take a pill, people, and mellow out.

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Electric cars are touted as being wholly beneficial but how are we going to speed up recharge times to make them feasible.

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With city worker who boxed in a driver who was honking their horn at our funeral procession while driving to the cemetery. The driver once finally able to get through the intersection went to speed by us all, but a wonderful city employee drove along besides us at our speed so the driver could not just barrel past us.

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With people who smoke. There could be an ashtray the size of a swimming pool and they still throw butts on the ground! Great example for your kids!

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That gas in Brooks is five cents a litre cheaper than here! I guess it’s those shipping costs.

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That people think a downtown hotel is a good idea. Worked out so well for all the others than have been down there, right?

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Hopefully the cannabis plant controls all odours. The city should start monitoring odours ASAP. I live downwind and expect the city to resolve all issues if can no longer appreciate the seasonal changes in the air my family enjoys so much.

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