While this may not be such a big deal in times of peace, we are in fact not at peace, we are at war. Like many good Canadians I have an unreadable 11 X 8 print of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms tacked up in an inaccessible corner of my room above my VHS collection (including the pilot of Knight Rider: "Michael, I took the liberty of scanning our social situation and it turns out we're at war.")
As you can clearly see from the above photos, despite my best efforts the paper will just not lie flat against the wall. For the present time it's not too desperate of a situation, but if my copy of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms ever gets ripped like my other posters, how will I know which Rights and Freedoms to take for granted anymore?
We're at war; we shouldn't be paying attention to Rights and Freedoms, we should be blindly following whatever our governments say. Poster of Rights and Freedoms, you've made me take notice of you, why do you hate Canada?