It’s Friday – let’s see what’s on your mind.
About the opposition to the LNG project approved by Ottawa, Ken says with 190 conditions to be met, it makes the Fed’s look good for approving it knowing construction will likely never happen.
About the presidential debate. Ian says with Trump saying he’s smart because he does not pay taxes, that must means the rest of us who do pay taxes, are what?
About the coming bike lanes, and the Idaho Stop, (which some call a political flop) Gary emails to say the mayor’s suggestion that since we can’t enforce stop signs we just let it go, is just a tad ridiculous.
Doug wonders if jay-walking will be next.
About the government losing tax money when people quit smoking, John just quit and knows he is costing them, but he also knows they are already looking at ways to spend the tax money from pot.
And, about the possibility of teens giving up cigarettes and the government losing millions of tobacco tax dollars, Fred sees that as a double win, because their also might not be enough government money available to finance as many bike lanes.
Let me know what you think about that and have a great week-end.