It’s Friday – let’s see what’s on your mind.
About being interrupted by people going for drinks in the middle of a Garth Brooks concert, Sue and others had the same thing, and she felt sorry for the woman on crutches with an aisle seat.
The people sitting behind Christine spilled beer on her friend’s jacket.
Guy sells they should only sell beer during intermissions.
Bill says, “Come on, it’s a country concert not a library.”
Graham says people who don’t like the interruptions should just stay home.
Mike hopes there was a check-stop near-by.
About the stayed court cases, some of you blame defense lawyers for the constant delays, but Mark says it could be caused by population growth.
One caller says it’s too bad the empty positions can’t be filled by laid-off oil workers.
About Pharmacare, Eugene says buying pharmaceuticals off shore is cheaper, but the government is there to take our money, not save it.
And, Judy cannot believe the Alberta NDP are using an Ontario company to install shower heads and light bulbs. She asks what happened to the jobs the carbon tax was supposed to create for Albertans?
Let me know what you think about that and have a great week-end.