Given your knowledge of utilities, would you actually know the difference between manhole cover (or “sewer cover” as you call them...hehehehehe) and a curb stop?
PM me and I’ll tell you what a curb stop is
Solutions to what? The fake climate crisis? Meanwhile you're such a retard all you can do is scream "Trump" and "Trumpites".Trumpites have no solutions to anything because they invest so much time and energy in being angry, they have so little for anything else
Breaking: Alberta Has Been Secretly Hiding Hordes Of Normal People
In a stunning development for a province that many Canadians had dismissed as being 90% badlands, and 10% poor urban planning, Alberta today pulled an ace out of its yellow vest when it produced a teeming throng of actual normal people to stand with climate activist Greta Thunberg, as she politely submitted her request for a future. “We drove in from Lethbridge to be here today,” shouted a woman over the din of her fellow supporters, all of whom claimed to both love their province AND the planet, something that Alberta’s current premier, Jason Kenney, has repeatedly assured the voters here simply isn’t possible.
“Just because this province is the single largest exporter of assholes in Canada, doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of people living here who care about things like the environment, human rights, social equality, and even grammar,” the mother of two said, as she passed her eyes over the humming horde of happy humanitarians.
While experts have long theorized about the existence of normal people in Canada’s second province once removed from the Pacific Ocean – pointing to such evidence as the election of Rachel Notley, and existence of Jann Arden, Jarome Iginla, and Joni Mitchell – many of these theoretical ‘norms’ have recently moved to LA, or gone to ground, making their detection difficult.
“We picked up a faint distress signal over downtown Calgary earlier this summer,” said Tommy Trudope (no relation) head of the Centre For Not Mining Ourselves Extinct, a non-profit based in Winnipeg. “But by the time we got a team in there to try to make contact the closet-carers were gone, blending back into the surrounding populace like sea birds in an oil slick.”
It was when they heard that Greta Thunberg intended to visit Canada’s largest province (by neediness per capita), that Mr. Trudope knew that this was going to be their chance to capture actual footage of the elusive Non-Aggressive Albertan.
“And just look at it would you?” said Tommy, spreading his arms out over the colourful scene of people waving banners of hope in the mid-autumn light.
“Yes, this province is famous for its petty pricks like Jason Kenney, Ezra Levant, and Ted ****ing Cruz (that’s his actual middle name so please include it in your article), with their tiny, and quite literally non-renewable, ideas.”
“But it’s also home to K.D. Lang. And a lot of people who care about the future of this planet.”
One can support the economy by striving towards a green energy sector and divesting from a sunset industry. One can support our oil and gas workers as we begin to transition into greener technologies and industries.