Dec 20 2015

Ipso Factory 2015 Year End

rhino A friend in need is a friend in debt.

Year-end came early for thee Ipso Factory; there will be no show on the 24th or 31st. Below you can hear my 2015 wrap-up. It’s mostly mirthful, as suits the season. I’ll be back on the airwaves at CJSR on January 07, 2016. Til then, then, best of the holidays to you all.

The Pink Mountaintops ~ Holiday

I sat down to make a Christmas-themed video, but this is what came out instead:

Agnostic Mountain Gospel Choir ~ Table of the Lord

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Nov 20 2015

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rhino and there’s no sickness, toil or danger in that bright land to which I go

This week’s program is directed at the cowards and the bigots of the anti-refugee mob, and especially at the reasonable ones who only want to “hit the pause button”. Pause our response to this massive humanitarian crisis? Sure, why not? As long as for every minute we pause, one of these photographs gets stapled to your eyelids.

The UN protocols for processing refugees have worked for many years, for many host countries and for refugees fleeing many different crises around the world; they will work just fine for Canada now. “Refugee” means you are stateless now, you are helpless now, you are vulnerable now. Refusing to grant refuge now means that you are an “asshole” and, as regards Daesh, you are a surrender monkey.

Da'esh

If I had the time, and Photoshop, I’d have added Saskatchewan to the above graphic, but I’m rather fond of Saskatchewan and don’t hold all of it responsible for its craven jerk of a current Premier.

In other news:
Kudos to Rachel Notley and the NDP government for Bill 7.

Pink Mountaintops ~ Gayest of Sunbeams

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