"No honour until you're dead, sucka. Can you dig it?"

  • February 1, 2007

From the Globe and Mail

“Charlemagne, Que. – The town council in Céline Dion’s hometown has named a street after her but the Quebec government won’t officially recognize it because she is still alive. 

The Quebec toponymy commission says someone has to be dead for about a year to qualify.”

Please, please forgive the obvious remark, but how ever will we know?  We’ll just have to wait for more towns to start naming streets and then we can legally produce a death certificate?

Yes, I feel ashamed.  I’ll go sit in the corner and not blog for a month again.