Okay girl, I totally get that our poster was like, kind of a bummer. And we’re like, uber-stoked you’re still going to vote for us, because voting is totally cool and stuff. But did you have to be so major lame about the flyer? It took me like, a million years to make, and there’s so much information on it because I was like, totally psyched about this referendum. C’mon Cascade, I thought we were girlfriends. Girlfriends stick together like, BFF style, and what you did was totally harsh!
The flyer said that we needed student support, and we do, like, for sure. We wanna host more rad events, hire more deadly employees, get like, new, hip equipment, and, most definitely, be able to reach our girlfriends in like, Maple Ridge, Aldergrove, Mission, Langley and Chilliwack. And like, in the end, we need 4 extra bones for that kinda stuff.
CiVL Radio isn’t very thirsty, we don’t want students to buy us like, coffee or beer. We don’t even really want them to buy us juice or delicious cola. We want to let everyone know where their coins are going, not make a joke out of like, a totally important issue.
You were like, on the ball to say “nobody likes paying anything,” but, like, who would wanna give us more money if they like, think we just want to buy beverages? That’s why we were totally legit about our issues, we wanted to ask for “straight up money” because that’s like, what we need, ya know?
And now I’ve got like a major “bone to pick with you.” Saying that “most students don’t care jack-shit for” for us is totally brutal. Like, we’re trying to get more people involved, and like, get people to vote Yes in our referendum. And you’re like, totally buggin’ on our cause. The size of our posters is totally irrelevant to we’re doing. Couldn’t you have like, wrote a totally bitchin’ article about how, like, choice we are? Instead of spazzin’ on our poster design, Cascade, you could have seen your girl was having some trouble and helped out, ya know? That’s what girlfriends do! If you’ve got beef let’s talk it out, or have a barbeque.
But, like, in the end, CiVL isn’t a College Bro or a Valley Girl. We’re a radio station.
We don’t need students to vote Yes in the referendum so we can go get coffees or beers. We need them to vote Yes so we can better serve students of UFV and the Fraser Valley as a whole.