Thursday, August 21, 2008

Choose Your Own Hate Crime, the Interactive Hate Crime Generator

Oh, no... It's time for some "Bad Libs". The last thing the world needs is an interactive hate crime generator, but Rob Wells had to go provide inspiration on a boring afternoon.

Have you ever wanted to violate Section 13.1 of the Canadian Human Rights Act, but been unsure where to start? Our busy twenty-first century lifestyles often leave little time for ordinary working Canadians to get involved. Sometimes, it seems as though there is little that any of us can do to participate in the debate. But now, science comes to the rescue.

With new computer-based Internet technology, combined with the ancient "Mad Libs" party game and Reverend Stephen Boisson's illegal communique, it's now quick and easy for anyone from the ages of 2 to 102 to contravene Human Rights legislation with hardly any effort at all. There's no longer any need to rely on Stephen Boisson, Ezra Levant, Kathy Shaidle, Kate McMillan, or even the London Fog when all it takes is a few keystrokes to create your own original masterpiece!

An adjective
A noun
A practice identified with a group identifiable on the basis of a prohibited ground of discrimination

1 Comment:

Honey Pot said...

Not long know before the hrc's are dismantled and recorded as a black mark on Canada's history.

The allen's, syd's, and moe's of the country are making that happen faster than you can say, "bite my ass, you political correct thought police"