Ms Soapbox has spent the last two days poring over Hansard.  Now she’s sick in bed.


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15 Responses to Coincidence?

  1. jillbrowne says:

    Sorry to hear it, Susan. Get well soon!

  2. Jennifer Koshan says:

    Get well soon Susan!

  3. David Watson says:

    you are stronger than most. An hour would lay low most people. Hope you are feeling better soon.

  4. Terry Korman says:

    Hope you feel better soon …

  5. Liane Sharkey says:

    Feel all better soon, Susan. It’s definitely not a coincidence – you needed a Hansardectomy!

  6. Rose says:

    Time for chicken soup. Take it easy, don’t let the bugs win.

  7. Get well soon! And stop reading Hansard! 🤢

  8. Elaine Fleming says:

    Oh no! All best for a speedy recovery.

  9. Dwayne says:

    Susan: I hope you have a speedy recovery.

  10. Carlos Beca says:

    Oh Hansards can be extremely poisonous
    Lots of rest and some good lemon tea.
    Get well Susan

  11. aratureis says:

    “Get well, soon”, croaked one of her fans who is also sick – with laryngitis.

    Yvonne Spies

    On Sun, Jan 20, 2019, 6:46 PM Susan on the Soapbox, wrote:

    > susanonthesoapbox posted: “Ms Soapbox has spent the last two days poring > over Hansard. Now she’s sick in bed. Coincidence?” >

  12. Graham McFarlane says:

    Get well soon!

  13. marian donly says:

    Get well soon, Susan! I’m looking forward to seeing you at the Wordfest event, Feb 21st.

    Take care,


    pronouns: she/her

    “If you’re going to be passionate about something, be passionate about learning. If you’re going to fight something, fight for those in need. If you’re going to question something, question authority. If you’re going to lose something, lose your inhibitions. If you’re going to gain something, gain respect and confidence. And if you’re going to hate something, hate the false idea that you are not capable of your dreams.”

    -Daniel Golston


  14. Get well soon. I wouldn’t have the nerve to read Hansard. American news is bad enough

    • Carlos Beca says:


      Here is a cheery one
      ”Earlier this month, the joint investigation revealed the cost of cleaning up Alberta’s oilpatch could be as high as $260 billion. The AER had previously said the cost was just over $58 billion.”

      The AER is funded by the industry – changed by the PCs of course. Industry should regulate themselves. Very intelligent of course ‘ a la Jason Kenney style’

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