Monday, January 21, 2008


Originally uploaded by Oldmaison
We all heard that after a stint in jail? Many change their life because they seen God!!!

Why is God only seen in Prison???

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Anonymous said...

Cause thats where a lot of weirdos are,and the drugs and liquor they make in their ain't to pure.Lots of people see god,chewing pyote and other stuff.Thats how religion got sex as part of it.

Charles LeBlanc said...

I wasn't sure if I should have posted that last comment?

C'est la vie!!!!

Anonymous said...

Well you'll love this one

Bob and Jim were a couple of Newfie drinking buddies who worked as airplane mechanics in Gander, NFLD. One day the airport was fogged in and they were stuck in the hangar with nothing to do.
Bob said, 'Man, I wish we had something to drink!'

Jim says 'Me too. Y'know, I've heard you can drink jet fuel and get a buzz. --- You wanna try it?'
So they pour themselves a couple of glasses of high octane hooch and get completely smashed.

The next morning Bob wakes up and is surprised at how good he feels. In fact he feels GREAT! NO hangover! NO bad side effects. Nothing!

Then the phone rings...

It's Jim. Jim says, 'Hey, how do you feel this morning?'

Bob says, 'I feel great. How about you?'

Jim says, 'I feel great, too. You don't have a hangover?'

Bob says, 'No, that jet fuel is great stuff no hangover, nothing. We ought to do this more often.'

Jim says, 'Yeah, well there's just one thing... Have you farted yet?'

Bob says, 'No.....'

'Well,' Jim says, 'DON'T! I'm in Thunder Bay!

Anyway post Bernard Richard report.

Anonymous said...

You see there is absolutely no evidence of anyone anywhere ever seeing god without brain affecting elements,and there won't be.
Get used to it,and find life so much more enjoying.

Charles LeBlanc said...

I was going to post his report but my computer won't open it.

I need to use another computer.

If someone can send Bernard Bernard report via email?

That would be good!

Anonymous said...

See Bob and Jims ancestor founded Canada,first,with that invention ,they were faster than the french.

In a speech last September, Ms. Verner referred to Quebec City as "the first Canadian city."

Her predecessor in the Heritage minister's post, Bev Oda, called Quebec "Canada's oldest urban settlement," while the department's 2007-2008 Report on Plans and Priorities named Quebec City "Canada's oldest city."

Yet historical records show that European ships frequented the St. John's harbour a hundred years before the founding of Quebec City. And according to the Canadian Encyclopedia, Europeans had already begun to settle around the harbour by 1583, when Sir Humphrey Gilbert went ashore to claim the island for the British Crown.

By the time Quebec City was founded 25 years later, St. John's was already a bustling little community, said Paul O'Neill, past president of the Newfoundland Historical Society and author of the book The Oldest City: the Story of St. John's, Newfoundland. "It would have been a port into which ships came and there would have been a scattering of dwellings here," said Mr. O'Neill in an interview.

Canadian historian Jack Granatstein agreed that St. John's is "unquestionably" an older settlement than Quebec City.

Anonymous said...

Anyway so much happing this morning as market plunges,all quebecor news collapsed,Old Maison outlived them,old dropping,housing dropping,all poor people will soon have a house,i guess.I not a market person.lock your root cellar,get friendly with your paster,the rich.

Anonymous said...

Oil up your camera charles it may be window jumping day.Be first as usual.All dans investments have gone up in smoke.

Anonymous said...

You already posted it on your Bernard Richard blog
You were first.

Greasted stock drop since 9/11
Watch above you.

Anonymous said...

Probably because when people are locked in little rooms and put under extreme pressure where else do you want them to turn,to the guards? Prisons in Canada couldnt reform anything let alone a Person!

Anonymous said...

Stupid People have Children everyday and thats never going to change!
Everybody should just hand thier children over to the System upon Birth as it seems thier going to keep coming up with more and newer definitions,such as that if your home is slightly out of balance with a unkept or dirty floors thats grounds that your children are abused! Ive seen lots of homes that are polished and perfect ,gobs of techno toys,but the Children are neglected if not more so!
The next level of tyranny against the Poor is about to begin!
Was this woman responsible for her childs death in the way the courts tell us,maybe?

What this woman was charged with was done in secret using family courts which are notorious for being totally corrupt and disregard testimony to the contrary !

Anonymous said...

You haven't got a shred of anything to back that up,on any planet you may have been to.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps outside the prison environment, everyone is too busy rushing themselves around between low-paying jobs and crimes to support their ever increasing habit of nutrition-less meals, even junkier television and various narcotics of varying legality.

Maybe prison gives them a chance to re-evaluate their lives, freedom and potential.

Unfortunately, our system has two standards of justice - one for the small time dealer, and the other for government agents who enrich themselves on the real proceeds of the drug war (1).

Time to stop the whole "legalize & tax drugs" mantra of the legalization crowd - how about "stop letting the government fund Al qaeda et al. with illicit (& complicit) drug sales". Home grown Marijuana legalization would begin to dissociate our children from the criminal elements coddled and protected by our government agencies.

Stop giving the children speed - if such a huge majority can`t stand school straight, it`s time to get the school`s and the parent`s acts together.

Trouble is - the revolutionary acts necessary to make this happen are not possible in the current economic situation. Where every workable man hour is going to repay the unpayable debts of our ongoing corporate-government enslavement of the people.

This issue goes back before any of our times. Unfortunately, like our collective nostalgia for a golden age of righteousness - the idea that slight modifications to a broken system will save us is facetious.

While we can`t legislate common sense - modifying our laws and policies based on a set of human rights, such as prohibition of usury, fair land distribution and civil liberty is the best resolution we could make.

It puts the fear of God into our corporate overlords, but it still remains a viable option if the people of New Brunswick are willing to fight for the right to opt out of the rising New World Order.