LAWN SIGN WARS III: ELECTION TRINITY.At some point within the last day or so, someone from the NDP campaign came and stuck a sign for Ottawa West-Nepean riding candidate Marlene Rivier into our lawn.
Where was it stuck? I can't say, since my father took all three election signs and rearranged them in the snowbanks alongside the driveway.
So, now, if west is left and east is right, the signs are in the correct relative positions to one another, with Marlene Rivier to the left of Liberal candidate Lee Farnworth, and Conservative candidate John Baird to the right of them all.
Not that I think that's the reason my father rearranged them like that. I think he put the John Baird sign closest to the house so that it would be the least visible sign from the road.
At least they didn't follow through on their threat to put up a fourth sign saying "A Pox on all their Houses".
Incidentally, wanting to be a little more creative than the straightforward first shot, which I took from the angle my father suggested, I also did this "cat's eye view" from within my cat's carpeted perch, as seen in this entry.
I have another non-lawn-sign-related election post half-written, but I've been feeling really lethargic this past week. Maybe it'll be here later this evening, but I want to go to Blockbuster and maybe Microplay and see if I can rent Kingdom Hearts or Star Ocean 3.