Jul 24, 2013 at 22:41:07
“Maybe we should follow the UK government, where grads don't have to start paying back their debt, until they get a job with a minimum wage, about $39,000.
This whole higher education thing is a scam. What was wrong with training people to do a job, just like they did in the past. Even if you do have a degree, you still have to be trained to do the job. And what's the first question grads get at an interview? Do you have experience? My own daughter can't get a job because she has no experience. She's been told, the only way to get experience is to do an internship. Which means more debt getting to a job that doesn't pay. As far as I'm concerned, internship means slavery. I personally think that grads today have a tough time ahead.”
Jun 5, 2013 at 17:20:11
“JT is only interested in one provence, Quebec. When the NDP called for abolishing the Senate (Article in Montreals La presse) his reply was, "We have 24 Senators from Quebec and there are just 6 from Alberta and 6 from BC. Thats to our advantage" So beware the rest of Canada what you wish for.”
stciappelletto on Jun 5, 2013 at 21:34:28
“People should do some poking around in Quebec. Quebec politicians tend to be connected to things they shouldn't be.”
cosmicjohn on Jun 5, 2013 at 19:50:27
“When will you people realize that Justin was born in Ontario and that Quebec hates the name Trudeau as much as Alberta does. Your ignorance is really starting to effect me in an egregious way. And as far as Canada is concerned we all WISH that Harper would vanish from the political scene so Canada could get back to being Canadian once again.
Let's see what you have inherently left out regarding representation from the senate; Only Quebec currently has a share of senators approximately proportional to its share of the total population. BC has a population of 4 million with 6 seats, Nova Scotia has a population of 1 million with 10 seats and your telling us beware of Quebec and Trudeau? I don't think so! it's people like you who have very little knowledge about Canada's political infrastructure and the lack of knowing senate seats in proportion to its share of the total population.”
rickley on Jun 5, 2013 at 17:24:07
“But he wants to improve the literacy of hillbillies like you. And JT should just say screw Alberta because that province is a basket case.”
“It's all about sex or the lack of. For men this is a no brainer. Where I work 90% of married men tell the same story. Most married men wine and dine their lady in the hope of having sex after, (a form of bribery) only to be disapointed and frustrated. Even single men are laughingly advised not to get married. Now if we followed some of the European countries and have legalised brothels, which are checked out by government officials for STD's and such like. Men could visit the brothels instead. No need to bother the wife, (who's probably bored anyway). After all, men are ruled by their penis and women know and use this. Clinton found that out to his cost, lol. So the possible answer is move to Europe, haha, have fun with that.”
“Your so right.....hmm..damn Iv'e just posted a comment...lol..ps whats a skvaddernosse?”
JiveNJingle on Apr 1, 2013 at 11:41:11
“HP mods won't let me translate it into English. You'll have to google it. PS: It's not very nice! As for Kate... in the future, I refuse to click on any stories about her! I've already boycotted that Kardashian cow. I couldn't care less about her cravings or her baby's gender or potential names. Hopefully we can start a trend of intelligent articles and no more of this brain-rotting nonsense! Cheers!”
“You said "The real cause of their (Dinosaurs) being wiped out is (was) the great flood in Noah's time" So now, your saying, Man and Dinosaur's roamed the planet together. But here's something, God told Noah to build a boat and collect 2 of all his creature's ( see where I'm going) so where are the Dinosaur's? Can't wait for this explanation. ”
Seadiver777 on Mar 30, 2013 at 13:31:51
“Just that in saying 'wiped out' I am nodding to the conventional notion of their being obliterated by an asteroid hitting the earth or some such event.
The truth, in my opinion, is that essentially all air-breathing life was killed by the flood except the animal preserved in the ark, and after the flood some animals prospered more than others. Even today many animals have become extinct in our lifetime, so it is not that remarkable if dinosaurs have died out in the last few hundred years (though there is a lot of anecdotal evidence that there are some diplodocus survivors in the central African swamps). See http://s8int.com/dinolit1.html for some interesting artifacts, and note the large number of links at the bottom of the page.”