Four In The Afternoon: Fortified With Spider-Man

4 in the Afternoon1 THE OLYMPICS, WOO! OR WHATEVS The Guardian is live-blogging stuff.

2 THE COUNTRY WE LIVE IN The premiers are peeved that the feds are cutting $36 billion from health care spending,  a former aide to Stephen Harper has been charged with influence peddling and British Columbia’s premier wants a bigger piece of the Enbridge pipeline pie.

3 THAT’S A LONG WAY TO TRAVEL TO BE UNEMPLOYED Immigrant Irish pipefitters aren’t happy they were laid off by Monad Industrial. The workers signed contracts to work on a mine expansion but were laid off with no guarantees of work after the project was delayed. Looks like they might have jobs in Alberta, though. Pending proper documentation.

4 CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY A former United Nations observer says the situation in Syria is really, really bad and the Assad government is going to fall. That regime’s always been terrible. I hope the country finds peace soon.

LET’S HAVE A VIDEO Spider-Man! On a trampoline with a happy kid! And yeah, it’s probably worth watching to the end. (Via Videogum)

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Author: Stephen Whitworth

Prairie Dog editor Stephen Whitworth was carried to Regina in a swarm of bees. He's been with Prairie Dog since May 1999 and will die at his keyboard before admitting his career a terrible, terrible mistake.

One thought on “Four In The Afternoon: Fortified With Spider-Man”

  1. 1. The SEx PiStoLs goT a bIg MentiOn, w/ visuals, more time than Led Zep?
    Pretty Vacant ? !!!!

    The kiddies didn’t get the new lyrics to GSTQ sent to them on time, so they sang it Old school.

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