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Spotted in the Porter departure lounge


 

Dalton McGuinty. I’d say his new glasses look good, but for all I know they’re 20 years old.

UPDATE: And Kory Teneycke. The two men are circling each other warily, and I kind of hope they’ll leg-wrestle.


 

Spotted in the Porter departure lounge

  1. P.wells says.

    “UPDATE: And Kory Teneycke. The two men are circling each other warily, and I kind of hope they’ll leg-wrestle.”

    LOL….

    From the best comedy show since Entourage.. Flight of the Conchords …

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FArZxLj6DLk

    This is play on the CPC website…

  2. Are you flying off for an interview with TMZ.com?

  3. hey wells, even by canadian political standards this is a sorely lacking “brush with greatness.” dalton mcguinty? kory te-whosit?? come on. on wednesday, i saw stephen harper at the 2:40 p.m. screening of journey to the centre of the earth in 3D. Now THAT is a worthwhile political sighting! or it would have been if he were there on his own, just with his security guards, all of them sitting there with 3D glasses on. but alas, his kids were there. Harper even peed with the common people afterward. folks seemed to like that.

  4. Feschuk: “Harper even peed with the common people afterward. folks seemed to like that.”

    This is strange because, as everyone knows, the RCMP has a special leak-proof latrine specially made for all PM’s – Harper’s called PottyMouth I – no matter where they go.

    I think the important question is did Feschuk take a peek, and was he impressed by Harper’s um strategic prowess?

  5. alas, i was exiting while he was entering, so we did not share even a moment of urinal-based proximity. but i did enjoy standing around in the foyer as word spread and people began gathering outside the door – then we all stared silently as the prime minister of canada emerged from the public restroom and went on his way. (in my defence, i had just used up the last of my silly string.)

  6. *sigh* Finally, a prime minister who pees with the common man, after so many prime ministers who peed on them.

  7. I was sitting next to Paul on my laptop in the Porter lounge, waiting for my flight, as he got up and introduced himself to Dalton. At first I didn’t know who Paul was until I saw him writing on his blog on macleans.ca. Within minutes I was reading the blog and it was strange to have seen the whole this unfold right infront of me.

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