Wednesday, November 02, 2005

People who think Saskatoon is amazing are incorrect.

I hear alot of people in Saskatchewan/Canada saying that "Regina is dirty". This is true. Alot of things about Regina are dirty. Like the people. And the whores. And the streets. And the homeless. I'm not about to say that Regina is a beacon of cleanliness to an otherwise filthy wasteland. HOWEVER, I hate when people compare Regina to Saskatoon. They always say something like "Regina is dirty. I could never live there. I'd rather live in Saskatoon. It has bridges and a river".

Well, guess what? Who cares? Congratulations, you have a river. Whenever I hear people talking about how Saskatoon is better than Regina because it has a river, it almost makes me crap my pants. Again. So what if you have a river? What have you ever done socially or otherwise that has involved the river? Nothing. That's what. You don't swim in the river. You don't jump from the bridges into the river. You don't lay on the beach beside the river because there is no beach to lay on. The river is terrible and useless. The only thing I can think of that the river would be advantageous for is the mafia. And committing S. The mafia have a place to hide bodies and you have a place to hang yourself.

Another thing about Saskatoon is their roads. Their main means of getting around is called "Circle Drive". The speed limit on Circle drive is 90. Just in case you missed that, I'll say it again - the speed limit is 90. Who picks 90? Who drives 90? No one, that's who. And the worst part about it is that unless you're driving between 2:45 and 3:15 in the morning, you'll never get to that speed because everyone in the damn city drives no more than 55kmph. No lie. You have no chance of getting anywhere in the city unless you're prepared to take an hour of your life to get to the nearest McDonalds.

Also, the city repairs the roads ALL AT ONCE. They don't finish one road then start on a new one, they start them all and take 5 months to finish repairing them. This means that instead of using the obvious detour to a road under construction, you have to make your way between alleys and country roads to get around town.

I don't know what it is about people who think Saskatoon is amazing. Your downtown is all one-way streets, you can't differentiate the hood from the rest of the city, and you have 14 Starbucks'. Saskatoon blows.


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At 6:24 PM, Blogger Hendy said...

I agree Lbomb, Saskatoon does blow. I've always hated that town, and now that there are SEVERAL people in that town that I hope use that river to commit S, I hate it even more. The ONLY good thing about it is they get good concerts, but as soon as a concert is done, I want to leave. As for Anonymous, if you ever happen to check this blog again (which you never will) I hope you realize what an F-ing moron you are. Maybe you should use Saskatoon's river and tie a large rock to your ankles.

At 9:11 PM, Blogger michael lewis said...

L: you should turn on word verification, that will get rid of comment spam; that's what the anonymous comment was from.

Secondly, I like both Regina and Saskatoon equally.

At 11:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Saskatoon owns Regina's fool ass.

You know why? 3 words. Hottie to Guy ratio. All Regina has is an abundance of sexual assulting HIV carrying football player to guy ratios. And well most of you problably won't agree, that is a bad thing.

Dude plus it ryhmes with a female reproductive organ. And while that MAY seem like a good thing, you would think different if your momma named you Tithead.

We could also divulge in the complexities of choice establishment ressurection. ie. SIR. However I think my point has already been proven.

At 11:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


At 11:26 PM, Blogger LBomb said...

That is the lamest/most illegitimate argument I've ever seen. Prove Saskatoon has more "hotties" than Regina. And you aren't allowed to use pictures of girls you cut out of your Teen People magazine either.

At 12:43 PM, Blogger Jenner said...

This is just my own humble opinion.. but I do believe that I am a living testament to the fact that Regina has hotties. Although.. when I think about it, I know hotties who live in Saskatoon too.. heck we're all from saskatchewan, can't we all be brothers and just own Manitoba an Alberta together... in peace?

At 9:07 AM, Blogger Briananthony said...

and by hotties to guy ratio, you clearly just mispelled hooker.

At 12:30 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Saskatoon isn't great, but it beats that craphole Regina anyday of the week. Saskatoon is home to Canada's fastest growing economy according to the Conference Board of Canada. 2nd place belongs to Calgary. Saskatoon is also Canada's fastest growing city, and Canada's youngest city. It's also a hotbed for housing.

Saskatoon is home to Canada's fastest growing economy

Saskatoon drives Saskatchewan's economy. Regina is a parasite in comparison. If Regina didn't have the provincial legislature, which should be in Saskatoon by the way, since Saskatoon is located in the center of the province and has more people than Regina, they would be screwed. I mean it's private tax dollars so these people can have jobs. The truth is many people employed by the public sector wouldn't be able to find a similar paying job in the private sector because they aren't qualified. Regina also has the IMAX, IPSCO and the Riders, which also should be in Saskatoon, again for geographic and population reasons. Saskatoon is tied with Regina for the second highest homicide rate in the country.

Homicide rate No. 2 in country

I can see why you would have a hateon for Saskatoon. Saskatoon's university is superior to Regina's. You're clueless about Saskatoon's downtown area bub. Yes, there are one way streets in the downtown area, but most of them are confined to alleys and residential areas. Most of the streets downtown allow traffic in all directions. MoneySense has a listing of the best places to live in Canada in 2011. Regina (#23) finished behind Saskatoon (#15).


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