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Government never gets it right The other day, there were signs all around my neighbourhood telling me to get my car off the streets for two days cause they were going to clean them.

I a good citizen. I parked in the alley for two days even though I don like to park in the alley because, since the bozos at city hall ran the LRT down here, vast herds of bottle picking hobos came with it and sometimes in a little fit of Occupy Calgary style rage, they run singapore pandora charm a sharp object down the side of somebody vehicle. Streets uncleaned. New signs go changing the dates up and pandoracharms com this time, they get around to it. county hospital. But nobody expects government to get it right. The Canadian government, in a fit of insanity on par with marrying a Kardashian, decides it needed a bunch of submarines to lurk under the polar ice cap. Because a couple dozen guys from Val d floating around in a can were going to scare off the Russians and assert our sovereignty over the Arctic. We spent $750 million on four used British subs in 1998. One managed to make it out of ship pandora charm port in 2004 and promptly caught fire, killing one of the officers. One sub had to have its torpedo doors welded shut to keep the ocean from coming inside the submarine which, apparently, is bad for the submarine and kind of hard on the crew. We spent billions on these boats. They still don work. But nobody really surprised. Government screws things up. It just what they do. Which brings us to the looming execution date of renowned Canadian scumbag loser Ronald Smith in Montana. Two nice young men, Harvey Mad Man and Thomas Running Rabbit, picked up some hitchhikers from Canada in 1982. Smith admits marching the victims into the bush and murdering them for fun. Our government came under fire for not doing enough to beg for his life. But at the same time, the story has inspired in certain quarters a nostalgia for a Canadian death penalty. The polls support it. And, let face it, there some people just plain need killing. Now, my list probably includes more people in the entertainment industry than serial killers, but that just me. That right, Sheryl, inventor of Barney the Dinosaur, I talking to you! (NOTE TO LITERALISTS: The preceding was a joke. Just a joke. Do not harm anyone involved.) But we all got a list and Paul Bernardo and Russell Williams are pretty high on everybody just because it would pandora holiday charms make us feel good is no reason to bring back the death penalty. Executing criminals is extremely expensive because society craves a level of certainty that the person we killing is actually guilty. We not going to get express checkout executions while living in a civilized society. Not going to happen.

Decades of appeals are not uncommon. It cheaper to just lock them up. Making it tougher for convicted killers to get parole would go a long way to quieting the perennial clamour for executions and a life sentence that meant till you got carried out toes up wouldn hurt either.

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