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A Comfortable Outing

After dropping The Niece at the Mall for work, Mom and I got household errand done at a drug store and 2 grocery stores; and brunched at The Prairie Cafe. huh. turned out to be a shorter post than 4 … Continue reading

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Translink and BC Human Rights

custrel@translink.ca Jan 20 to me Dear Ms. Tryggvason: Thank you for your continued correspondence regarding your concerns with groups distributing materials at transit stations. As previously stated TransLink is obligated to balance passengers’ rights to safety, security and access to … Continue reading

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The Rules of the Internet vs Any Society

Toronto Star “For instance, if you’re diabetic and the doctor is telling you to eat fruits and vegetables, if you are struggling financially, a fancy salad is not going to be feasible for you. Nor is a gym membership.” Effects … Continue reading

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Godbots are not credible Adults

  dear godbots, we can no longer pretend you are credible adults. http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/oroville-dam-emergency-spillway-failure-1.3979524 Evacuees might not go home until damaged California dam is repaired http://www.ctvnews.ca/world/california-dam-managers-dismissed-flood-concern-12-years-ago-1.3283904 California dam managers dismissed flood concern 12 years ago Nearly 200,000 remain under evacuation near … Continue reading

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L Ron Hubbard: Writer of Religion

Haahahaa I remember seeing his sea monkey slaughter to test if plants could feel tv special. seriously a voltmeter this particular instrument operated on the ‘ignorance principle.’ it was very hush-hush. People need to give him credit for the stuff … Continue reading

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That Akward When Godwin’s Law Does Not Apply

The Globe and Mail Mike Pence vows to end taxpayer-funded abortion at March for Life rally: Pence says Trump will nominate Supreme Court justice who will uphold ‘God-given’ liberties Mike Pence vows to end taxpayer-funded abortion at March for Life … Continue reading

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Science vs Public Science Literacy vs Scientificism

Toronto Star Shared publicly  –  Jan 25, 2017 In what transgender rights activists are calling a “landmark” development, the Canadian government has settled a human rights case that could pave the way for gender markers to be scrubbed from passports, … Continue reading

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