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The Last Injustice




That's it. I've had it. That's the last god damned injustice I'll have to suffer through.

Ha, ha, ha...literally.

Throughout November's 30 days, the folks over at Humor Bloggers Dot Com, or who I sometimes like to call Huggy Bloggers Not Calm - among other things, have been running with the theme of injustice.

30 days! A whole month! 1/12th of a year! You think we get the point? Okay, okay, there's a lot of injustice out there. And nobody cares enough to do anything about it. Except a bunch of snivelling, snot-nosed, punch-line deprived humour bloggers (hey, I'm Canadian. I spell humour with a "u". Get over it. Don't get me going on THAT injustice.).

So like a dutiful member of this comedic cabal I've been writing a couple of posts a week about various injustices.



For example, November 3rd, I took racism head-on.

A few days later, on November 6th, I did another little story on injustice. I think it really measured up.

Then on November 9th I talked about a variety of injustices including an ever-growing problem.

Then, November 10th I took aim at a particular injustice. But I really wanted to get into this topic. You might say I chose it by design.

A few days later, on November 17th, I was back at it again, ranting and raving with my finger on the pulse... of yet another injustice. That's right. ANOTHER injustice.

But wait. I didn't stop there. Nooooo. On November 19th I really contributed to my developing oeuvre and came up with a piece that was perfect as a picture.

I was still hungry to combat injustice November 20th and went quick to the task as I thought it was appropriate to continue to raise awareness.

And then finally, my musings on injustice came to a dramatic conclusion November 24th.

Or so I thought. Silly me. I didn't realize this week still had a day from November for the month to run it's course. After 8 posts over 4 weeks about injustice I had certainly had enough. But noooooo.

Damn it.

November isn't over.

Now THAT's an injustice.

Hopefully, the last injustice.


Comments

CatLadyLarew said…
That's you, Dufus... fighting injustice at all costs. We shall always remember your noble contributions. Fight on, Oh Canadian Hero!
nonamedufus said…
Cat Lady: I do what I can.
Me-Me King said…
(sigh) (sigh, again) You are killing me here. I have to think fast.....see you over at my place. la-la-la-la-la
nonamedufus said…
Me-Me: Hey it's like the first one in line at the beauty parlour said: the early bird gets the perm.

There; there, Me-Me...great minds think alike. Ok?
Quirkyloon said…
Hee hee.

I read MeMe's blog first, so I'm already aware of the drama going on.

And yes it is DRAMA.

You're sly noname! You come across as sweet and nice, but underneath it all...is one sly booger! hee hee
Don said…
Hang in there. It's coming to an end soon. The world I mean.
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: What until tomorrow, when I take a poke at my Arizona amigos. You think I was sly today?
nonamedufus said…
Don: Yeah, I heard about Oprah.
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: Hee, hee...you called me a sly booger!
Anonymous said…
I'd hate to be injustice. That'd be a bit coldforme. Not that it isn't getting a little nipply'roundhere lately...

*snark!!*

Ms. 30 Something
nonamedufus said…
Ms. 30? And I thought the cold air was here, north of the border!
You put the rest of us over at Humorbloggers dot com to shame with your injustice posts last month. That's an INJUSTICE, I tell you, when nonamedufus puts the rest of us to shame. ;)
Anonymous said…
Think again, noname :-)

Think again...

the CWI's are at full mast.

Oy!

Ms. Thirty Something.
nonamedufus said…
UR: Wow, that's mighty nice of you, UR. Thanks a bunch.
nonamedufus said…
Ms. 30? The CWI's? I don't think I'm fully awake yet. Wha?
nonamedufus said…
Me-Me: Hey it's like the first one in line at the beauty parlour said: the early bird gets the perm.

There; there, Me-Me...great minds think alike. Ok?
Quirkyloon said…
Hee hee.

I read MeMe's blog first, so I'm already aware of the drama going on.

And yes it is DRAMA.

You're sly noname! You come across as sweet and nice, but underneath it all...is one sly booger! hee hee
Anonymous said…
I'd hate to be injustice. That'd be a bit coldforme. Not that it isn't getting a little nipply'roundhere lately...

*snark!!*

Ms. 30 Something

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