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A 4m2 sinkhole has opened on Sherbrooke Street near McGill, and the street is closed.
ant6n, Hamza, Bill Binns, and 4 others are discussing. Toggle Comments
Obviously an attempt by the secret conspiracy alliance between La Presse and the Liberal party to engulf protesting students as they walk down Sherbrooke St. I knew it!
I kind of liked the CBC’s headline “after student protest” – I suppose they mean “wow, what if that had happened when people were walking over it” but it does sound a bit implied cause/effect.
The obvious interpretation is that since a sinkhole is an act of God and since no students were hurt but the city is disrupted, God is a supporter of the protests. :D
I blame last September’s water main break at the top of the hill.
Blame His Lordship the Emperor Tremblay and a hundred years of winter/spring melts.
How crazy would have it been if that hole had opened up a few hours earlier and swallowed 50-60 protesters? We would have been hearing stories about Tremblay’s evil mafia hit squad until doomsday.
I wonder if your faith and trust in the Emperor is as solid as that wall of bricks that fell on a passerby last week.
There was also a giant dip in the street, filled with water, as we (the protest) walked by, it was already blocked off with those traffic cones.
It was also wierd that it rained all day. Except at 2pm it stopped, and at 5pm it restarted. The sun must like the protesters too ;-)
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