It’s bad enough the world is being polluted with fake Chanel and Prada bags, Rolex watches and cheap saline implants – we now have to contend with a cut-rate cottage country knock off in downtown Toronto. This ‘fake lake’ business complete with canoe and little rubber mosquitoes is not welcome news, Pumpkins.
This ‘Lac of Sense’ is just a way of testing the waters for something much fishier. Why else would you spend $2 million to build a cheap version of something that exists across the street? On the surface, it seems like an improbably stupid idea. That’s why it’s so clever.
We’re being lured into a sense of complacency that our government is a bunch of dim-witted numb-nuts. A bit loony, perhaps. Not fishing in the deepest waters. Am I right? But I can see what’s coming down the river. Next they’ll be making Mexican villages, cardboard New York skylines, and plastic Tahitian lagoons. It’s a plot to keep Canadians in Canada and pocket their travel money. Watch for the signs. Bleary eyed Conservatives pointing at freshly painted outhouses. We’re doomed.