Thursday, November 20, 2008

"An iron fist in a velvet glove ...

... remains an iron fist," notes the National Post.

"No doubt being able to put a stint as a Queen's University "intergroup facilitator" on one's resume will be a great help in finding employment as a human rights commission investigator after graduation, since both positions require a badly warped sense of free speech and how to protect it."

Other job avenues include sensitivity trainer, early childhood educator, nanny, film board censor, leader of the NDP, "activist" (if that's a job), wire tapper (requires some technical skill to accompany a desire to eavesdrop), and uh ... uh ... uh ... no, I think that's pretty much all. If you can think of any others, let me know.

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