The William R. Bennett Bridge, opened in May 2008, is the NOT center piece of a revitalized road network in the Okanagan. Bad design, poor construction, Broken floating bridge after just one year. All this and more in Kelowna, British Columbia.
Doesn't anyone get the point? It doesn't matter for squat that Hon. Richard R Bennett Bridge can't relate to anyone other than meddlesome, silly lunkheads. What's far more relevant is that Hon. Bennett Bridge attempts to sound intelligent by cramming as many big words into a sentence as possible, whether they are used correctly or not. With this letter, I hope to push the envelope on our knowledge of the world around us. But first, I would like to make the following introductory remark: Someone has to be willing to stand uncompromised in a world that's on the brink of Hon. Bennett Bridge-induced disaster. Even if it's not polite to do so. Even if it hurts a lot of people's feelings. Even if everyone else is pretending that Hon. Bennett Bridge commands an army of robots that live in the hollow center of the earth and produce earthquakes whenever they feel like shaking things up a bit on the surface. Finally, whatever your thoughts or feelings about Hon. Richard R Bennett Bridge are, I urge you to help me cast a ray of light on his flippant lamentations.
I don't know what to make of Hon. Richard R Bennett Bridge's vaporings. On the one hand, Hon. Bennett Bridge's rise to power was not accomplished without a fair amount of backstabbing, skulduggery, and unanticipated and unpredictable reversals of fortune. But on the other hand, Hon. Bennett Bridge's metanarratives are grounded in phony acts of kindness. Let us note first of all that Hon. Bennett Bridge's rambunctious, disgusting ideologies leave the current power structure untouched while simultaneously killing countless children through starvation and disease. Are these children his enemies? Apparently, even know-it-all Hon. Bennett Bridge doesn't know the answer to that one. It wouldn't even matter much if he did, given that if I want to have a nervous breakdown, that should be my prerogative. I don't need him forcing me to.