Thursday, October 20, 2005

Sask: Just the tip of the iceberg


You know what they say about icebergs – the part that you see poking out of the water is miniscule compared to what’s beneath the surface. In recent weeks, a few icebergs have been spotted in Regina’s Wascana Lake.

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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I wish we could all work for the gov, or at least get paid by the gov. Then poverty would be eradicated. I hope lorne calvert will step up and do this, and entrench his reign forever, so that the capitalists do not subvert democracy and bring back the oppression of the monority, And Calvert will bring the principles of universal medicare to everything in our universe, for this I prey to my plastic Tommy Douglas, ah man, hope it happens soon, seems to be going well so far.

Dr. Bob said...

The work ethic decades ago said that if you had a job and you had cold/flu, you were supposed to just suck it up for the team and GO TO WORK! While this is an admirable work ethic, in most cases it simply saw a cold/flu spread thru the entire workplace. Nowadays, the medical profession is encouraging an employee when sick, to stay home for a couple of days (especially when you are in your infectious / sneezing phase). So there are likely more sick days being used, but in the long run, it is better for the overall health of the employees. Your criticism of the public service refects an archaic employer attitude which should is NOT medically wise.

David MacLean said...

Well Dr. Bob, nobody said people should go to work sick. The problem is goverment employees take on average 3 more sick days a year than private sector workers. There is room for improvement.

David MacLean said...

The Devine government was corrupt, but not the most corrupt ever. The liberal sponsorship scandal makes the Devine stuff look like pickup sticks.

Anonymous said...

Is this a hint that something big is coming?

Hope is sinks the HMS Calvert. It's not a very good vessel: old, slow, always steers left (ie starboard: maybe port), loses valuable cargoe, is all economy class, and treats its sailors much better than its passangers.

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