Over There (in the UK)

May 28, 2001 at 11 PM

Not all the National Post’s

Not all the National Post’s columnists are ignominious, but Terence Corcoran, the resident right-wing nut, has enough ignominy to share.

On the subject of possibly carcinogenic herbicides, Corcoran offers these winning words:

It simply irritates Green activists to their core that many people, maybe most, have a penchant for order and think green grass is aesthetically pleasing. It's a sign of human intelligence and achievement. Neat, tended and orderly ground space is evidence of human beings enjoying themselves.

Say friends, before you crack open that next beer, stop and ask yourself: wouldn’t you prefer some freshly mowed lawn?



Previously: Let us note the prescient

Subsequently: Play nice

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