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Conservative Party of Canada Follies Episode 46: Grandpa Ebu, Mrs. Tibu and Nibu travel back in time!

Posted in politics, canada, politicians, elections, news, current events, election, comedy by rantagainststupidity on September 30th, 2015

Grandpa Ebu, Mrs. Tibu and Nibu travel back in time to May 2011 to discuss where Canada went wrong in the 2011 Federal election.

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Conservative Party of Canada Follies Episode 45: What a fuss about an omelette!

Posted in politics, canada, politicians, elections, news, current events, election, comedy by rantagainststupidity on September 27th, 2015
Grandpa Ebu and Bibu discuss the latest controversy to be stirred up by those rapscallions, the Harper Conservatives.

WARNING: Some viewers with hair-trigger sensitivities may find the lyrics at the end of this video offensive. But what is more offensive? The use of a word to describe an abhorrent attitude, or the attitude itself?

And if you don't like the lyrics, blame Randy Newman. And remember: this song is from 1974.
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Conservative Party of Canada Follies Episode 44: Gimme Credit!

Posted in politics, canada, politicians, elections, news, current events, election, comedy by rantagainststupidity on August 29th, 2015

Nibu returns to the Happy Valley to discover that Grandpa Ebu and Mrs. Tibu have also returned. Mrs. Tibu describes her plans for home renovations to Nibu, as well as all the money she and Grandpa Ebu can collect via the Great Harper Government Tax Credit give-away.

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Conservative Party of Canada Follies Episode 43: Return to the Happy Valley

Posted in politics, canada, politicians, elections, news, current events, election, comedy by rantagainststupidity on August 26th, 2015

Shebu, Grandpa Ebu and Mrs. Tibu return to the Happy Valley after being absent for four years to vote in the Canadian Federal Election of 2105. The so-called "Netflix Tax" is discussed, among other things.

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Life in the Common Era #6: An ode to Pizza-Pizza

Posted in canada, current events, comedy by rantagainststupidity on October 22nd, 2012

Life in the Common Era  Episode #6: An ode to Pizza-Pizza

Our entry to CBC Radio One "All in a Day" Lynn Miles song writing contest. We didn't win? Why, we ask, why?

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Harperland 2012 Episode #9: The name game!

Posted in politics, canada, politicians, news, current events, comedy by rantagainststupidity on October 19th, 2012

Episode #9: The strong, national majority government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper renames Canada in its own image.

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For the lyrically impaired: Harperland 2012 Episode #8: Bill C-38: Everybody Dance!

Posted in politics, canada, politicians, elections, news, current events, election, 2012, comedy by rantagainststupidity on July 2nd, 2012

Episode #8: The strong, national majority government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper makes Parliament dance to the tune of the Harper Government for Bill C-38. This version includes subtitles for the lyrically impaired.

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Harperland 2012 Episode #8: Bill C-38: Everybody Dance!

Posted in politics, canada, politicians, elections, news, current events, election, 2012, comedy by rantagainststupidity on June 29th, 2012

Episode #8: The strong, national majority government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper makes Parliament dance to the tune of the Harper Government for Bill C-38.

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LITCE #5: Facebook Founder Eaten by Feral Cat!

Posted in politics, canada, politicians, elections, news, current events, election, United States, Barack Obama, President, 2012, comedy by rantagainststupidity on December 27th, 2011

Episode 5: In Episode #5 the folks at Rant Against Stupidity Productions discuss what makes a video popular on YouTube.

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Harperland 2011 Episode #6: What would Stephen do?

Posted in politics, canada, politicians, elections, news, current events, election, 2012 by rantagainststupidity on December 14th, 2011

Episode #6: The strong, national majority government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper defends the decision to trample the rights of the Canadian wheat farmer.

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