Hyer on tour

Hyer on tour

There are 6 comments on the Thunder Bay's Source story from Nov 12, 2012, titled Hyer on tour. In it, Thunder Bay's Source reports that:

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Thunder Bay, Canada

#1 Nov 12, 2012
I asked that guy last year if he could bug the transportation minister for Allanwater Bridge, Armstrong, and Sioux Lookout, Ontario communities to have a school bus modified with high rail wheels so it could run on the northern CNR line to pick-up Caroline, Steven, and Laura hiding in the bush cabins waiting for the doomsday on December 21, 2012. Oh Boy! Are they going to be frightened when it does happen.(What is the difference between went and when?).
MP Bruce Hyer, please we need our school bus (modified) to carry baggage like gas, propane and groceries. Everyday like it leaves Sioux Lookout at 10:00 AM and leaves Armstrong at 10:00 AM for the trip back to Sioux Lookout. Once a day, these poor schizophrenics will feel safe seeing a red school bus to bring their stuff and them back home from Armstrong or Sioux Lookout. Okay!

Thunder Bay, Canada

#2 Nov 12, 2012
I also would lie the highway capture-cote cars fitted with Formula 1 racing car tires. Hahahahahahhahaa! They would see that the Ontario Government has widow maker highways i.e. those slick black tops without grit. A little ice and curling rink. Hahahahahahah! My neighbor bought new winter tires all studded up, I yelled at her and said Ontario does not allow studded tires.

Don't forget December 21, 2012. T H E E N D!

Thunder Bay, Canada

#3 Nov 12, 2012
In Peru, and other South American countries. They run trains along the side of mountains, even in the mountains so the people can have access to the country. Will Laura, Gilbert, Billy, Steven, Caroline need the red school bus equipped with high rail wheels to make their life in the bush cabins more accessible to modern creature comforts like doctors, gasoline, propane. Okay! Sorry! Hirail school bus transporter is the name, or a motorized coach. Not a big diesel train, that would cost to much. Just a school bus modified hirail, they exist I saw them, or one of Ontario Northland motorized coach. A self propelled coach. Maybe a box car behind even a gondola, or just a flat car. Okay!
Mike Owns You


#4 Nov 12, 2012
Mike gots a hankering for a PAWG. Phat Ass White Girl. Yumm yumm donk.

Thunder Bay, Canada

#5 Nov 12, 2012

Thunder Bay, Canada

#6 Nov 13, 2012
We need to extend our rail bus service to end in the community of Auden, Ontario. They're people living in Auden who need our rail bus, in Ferland too and into Armstrong, Ontario on-ward to Collins, Allanwater Bridge, Savant Lake, and camps between Sioux Lookout and Savant Lake. In total the pops., in this communities would make the rail bus viable alternative to the big VIA Passenger train now used 6 times a week. The rail bus would make it a truly independent MP Bruce Hyer rail service. These people live in fear in the bush because they have no means to get gas, propane and enough grub into their respective communities. This mini rail bus service would be the answer. Lets get it on track.

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