Saturday, March 19, 2005

The Hydrogenated, Quiet Revolution

Quebec's Supreme Court rules that the Quebec rule regarding the yellow-ness of margarine is OK. Great. I was hoping to be protected from the chance that I might mistake corrupt, foreign margarine for my laine pur butter. This rule presupposes a few things:

Of course none of the presuppositions above are valid. However, they continue to be invoked to hold Quebec back, economically.

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