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Septuagenarian wrote: Jun 29th, 2021, 1:53 pm An interesting fact about Alberta, which helps to make it a really great Province.

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Alberta is NOT free of rats. This is an urban, and also a rural, myth that has been around for at least 50 years. Alberta has always had this built-in superiority complex ever since the oil boom began following World War II. They staked out the moral high ground by dealing with the rat problem that has plagued mankind in every grain growing area since the dawn of time, by spraying every chemical they could find. But that was then and today, rats are found in many places in Alberta. It's just a myth that there aren't rats in Alberta, but try finding an Albertan who will admit that there are.
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bob vernon wrote: Jul 11th, 2021, 12:15 pm
Alberta is NOT free of rats. This is an urban, and also a rural, myth that has been around for at least 50 years. Alberta has always had this built-in superiority complex ever since the oil boom began following World War II. They staked out the moral high ground by dealing with the rat problem that has plagued mankind in every grain growing area since the dawn of time, by spraying every chemical they could find. But that was then and today, rats are found in many places in Alberta. It's just a myth that there aren't rats in Alberta, but try finding an Albertan who will admit that there are.
It's like trying to find an Albertan who voted NDP.
Justin Trudeau- racist, elitist, liar. What a sick piece of garbage.

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The Green Barbarian wrote: Jul 11th, 2021, 12:17 pm

It's like trying to find an Albertan who voted NDP.
Well, obviously some did, eh?
You have to stop comparing Alberta's NDP to BC's NDP. Two totally different platforms. I've been around both.
Obviously, after so many terms of Conservative's "entitlement" rule, a break was needed.
Sadly, Kenney is still adamant in following in the old footprints of the past, and his approval ratings show it.

FWIW...I am NOT an NDP supporter, either provincially or federal. I've made that pretty clear in my past posts... :up:
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Septuagenarian wrote: Jul 11th, 2021, 4:08 pm Nope, nobody did in the last election and that's why Alberta remains rat free.
Is this thread only about the lack of rats in Alberta? :135:

BTW, I personally think rats are everywhere. They don't give a :cuss: about provincial borders.
I have ties to both BC and Alberta, and some of the things my cats drag in (Alberta) look reminiscent of rats to me...
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Born and raised in Edmonton - still like that City.
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normaM wrote: Jul 12th, 2021, 7:31 am Born and raised in Edmonton - still like that City.
Lived in Red Deer for 2 years, loved the town especially the girls but couldn't wait to leave because it was too *bleep* ing cold and the bugs looked like dogs.
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