This one was recorded in two parts. In the first bit we are out to lunch and we talked about Isabelle's Haiku writing and how we don't know anybody anymore, at least on our street.
Then we came home, ok, it is five days later, and we had a drink or 4 and talked about the Quebec Charter thing again and how a rather divisive character is almost being seen as a voice of reason. Andrew Coyne of the National Post has a nice article about it here.
We ended with a little discussion of a really cool show we have discovered through Netflix, Foyle's War. Watch it. Oh if you want that whole watch every country's Netflix deal just click on this link and sign up, it is worth the five bucks.
Thanks everyone for listening and comment, email, twitter or whatever.