Six In The Morning

1 HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY! Why not prove your love by mashing your face into someone else’s for a couple of days?

2 JOE COUTURE ON THE FIRING OF PLANNING DIRECTOR BOB BJERKE Good article. Go read it. That’s an order. And also keep in mind this story isn’t over until we see evidence that the city isn’t suddenly changing its development direction, which we have been cautiously positive with some concerns about, to something completely insane. Prairie dog’s City Hall team remains on red alert. Shields are up, phasers charged, photon torpedoes are armed but hailing frequencies are open. Oh my god I’m such a nerd.


4 RONALDO HANGS UP THE CLEATS The soccer, sorry FOOTBALL legend calls it a career. And what a career.

5 SPITEFUL AND SECRETIVE STORIES Canada’s governing party is in hot water for refusing to release details on their dumb-ass jail-building schemes. And they should also be in boiling hot water after an anonymous someone launched a quite-probably politically-motivated access to information¬†harassment¬†campaign against a couple of university profs who have been critical of the government.

6 ARCADE FIRE WINS ALBUM OF THE YEAR Did you hear? The band that blew Saskatchewan away last fall scores a huuuge surprise victory at maybe the lamest, most out of touch award show on the planet (last year’s winner: Taylor Swift, a pleasantly forgettable pop-country singer who was famously pooped-on by Kanye West). And it happened on the same night Neil Young picked up his first Grammy win for music. Go Grammys! You rock! I guess! Happy Valentine’s Day everyone!

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.

2 thoughts on “Six In The Morning”

  1. D’ya think the people who bought Milli Vanilli albums had sex and made babies? Do those babies now buy Justin Bieber albums? How do we break this dangerous cycle?

  2. Whatever Ronaldo does with his life, his career will be forever marked by his disappearing act during the final game of World Cup 1998, which pretty much delivered the win for France.

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