Remember this story the next time Socialists promise to make your life better by putting the government in charge of more things.
Good news, Hawaii, it’s not your screw-up we’re laughing at this time
Yes, the TV show did well during the Golden Globes. By social media terms, that was *forever* ago. Why would Chernobyl be trending again?
Early on Sunday morning, Canadians got the following alarm message on their emergency warning system… and yes, this included cell phones.
About two hours later, there was a follow-up ‘oops’ message.
Even the Weather Network got in on it…
— Conny (@conny_conny1) January 12, 2020
Social media lit right up.
Not really how one wants to begin a Sunday. The entire province received the msg but it only applies to those within 10km of Pickering? I need more info: there was an incident at a NUCLEAR POWER PLANT but hey, it’s cool, no need to worry??? #pickering #pickeringnuclear #ontario pic.twitter.com/ZaNM3xyzNn
— Mich (@Mich___MB) January 12, 2020
— WEXIT Barbie (@WexitBarbie) January 12, 2020
— 🛬Uranium☢Redfox🛫 (@UraniumRedfox) January 12, 2020
That’s one hell of a photo in that next one.
“Hey Bill, please tell me that’s the sunrise…”
— Ohshidash 🇨🇦🇬🇧 @ Home🇨🇦 (@Ohshidash) January 12, 2020
The obvious questions about government competence came up.
#amberalert Ontario Guv be like: " we know everything about the child that's missing, last seen, colour of underwear etc
Nuclear power plant accident: "all good!Someone just slipped and hit the big red emergency button by accident, you can go back to sleep" #pickeringnuclear pic.twitter.com/PekS98PCeW
— Brendan Coates (@bodiesbybrendan) January 12, 2020
Including this writer’s favorite:
— The Funny Introvert (@NotTokenBlack) January 12, 2020
Hey guys, I’ve got a great idea.
Let’s put the government in charge of our health care, too!
What could *possibly* go wrong?
What’s that? Oh, my. That’s quite a long list.
On second thought…