Friday, March 24, 2017

The govt of Canada simply doesn't have smart people making simple decisions. Taking away a license plate from someone, whose last name - is the vanity plate letters... that's not cool.

Lorne Grabher said he's had his personalized licence plate for 25 years.

Now Canada's Nova Scotia Department of Transportation pc nazi license plate decision makers revoked it based on a single complaint that "some individuals interpret [the name] as misogynistic and promoting violence against women."

Last December, he received a letter telling him the plate would be cancelled because the public cannot be expected to know it is his last name and "can misinterpret it as a socially unacceptable slogan."

"I was taken aback. How can you say my name is a slogan when it is not?" Grabher told CBC News.

"Where does the government of Nova Scotia get the right to discriminate against a person's name?"

Take it up with head of the pc nazi division: Janice Hartland, the director of road safety at the Registry of Motor Vehicles.

Other words on the list of 3100 things Nova Scotia will not allow on license plates?
hootch, gringo, doobie, or any variation of 1969 and car model... like 69Bee, 69Prix, 69GTO etc.

Meanwhile in Newfoundland Canada, there is a city named Dildo

So... Canada has issues, conflicting ones. 


  1. If Janice Hartland ever goes sailing, she better hope that she never falls overboard, because nobody is going to shout out "grab her".

    Meanwhile, in Saskatchewan Canada, there is a village named Climax.

  2. Half of me is Canadian...the other half laughs at it...