10.17.2010 08:58 AM

W@AL: Highly-scientific experiment at Ontario Liberal AGM

Yesterday, at the Ontario Liberals jam-packed AGM, I led three top-secret Scooby Doo sessions about oppo, quick response, war rooms and all that kind of stuff. It was a lot of fun. When I told them I was going to be writing for the Sun chain, a number of them immediately ran out of the room to cancel their subscriptions.

Anyhow, here’s the result when I did some name-association tests. These were all conducted in a highly-scientific manner, and are considered accurate, twenty times out of twenty.


  1. Paul R. Martin says:

    I am glad that you think that you had a good time while being indoors most of the day and talking to the true believers. They are a small percentage of the voting public. As far as your future as a stand up comedian is concerned, just don’t quit your day jobs. Cheers Warren!

  2. Cath says:

    I’m gonna vote for the leader who can make me feel about Ontario the way I feel when I watch THIS! (I wonder what happened to that kid at the end?)

    ’nuff said

    • MedEditor says:

      Thanks for that “blast from the past,” Cath. I was a young Montrealer in 1967, and I went back again and again to see that film. Wish I could sit again in front of that long, long screen and see it once more. Loved the tune, and now that I’m an Ontario resident and deep into the local food movement in my little corner of Ontario, it still makes me want to cheer for this great province.

    • Kevin says:

      Well, I thought that was a great song right up until Grade 10. Then the good sister who taught the music class would play that song over and over between classes. So you’d hear it about 5 times before class started, and another 5 while you were packing up and leaving for the next class. Sucked the life right out of the song…..

  3. Cath says:

    I saw it first at Expo too MedEditor. It was cutting-edge back then and didn’t it win like an Oscar or Emmy?? A remake would be awesome I think. Although the we’d have to add those butt-ugly wind turbines into every shot of Ontario landscape these days:-) We shouldn’t let this part of our history go the way of the do-do bird.

  4. cindy says:

    bleck bleck bleck. If this is the future of any Liberal party, help us Jesus.

  5. Jim says:

    I’ve seen more colour at the Bay’s ‘White Sale’.

  6. Ha ha ha. Liberal lemmings.

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