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Angus T. Jones Calls 'Two And A Half Men' 'Filth,' Urges Viewers To Stop Watching (VIDEO)

Angus T. Jones Calls 'Two And A Half Men' 'Filth,' Urges Viewers To Stop Watching (VIDEO)

Commented Nov 26, 2012 at 18:52:47 in TV

“And the child actor begins to crack....get him help now before he turns into a whack-job like Kurt Cameron.”
Gay Women Will Marry Your Boyfriends (VIDEO)

Gay Women Will Marry Your Boyfriends (VIDEO)

Commented Nov 24, 2012 at 16:07:57 in Canada Living

“Awesome! Funny as hell! Thanks!”
Poll Finds The World Is A Big Fan Of Canada

Poll Finds The World Is A Big Fan Of Canada

Commented Nov 17, 2012 at 18:06:25 in Canada Politics

“What part of this article validates the headline??? Nothing in the poll suggests anything about HARPER doing a good job. It is all about Canada. And quite frankly, we already know that Harper has damaged our reputation around the world. Not improved it. Misleading and disingenuous at best.”

EnGardest on Nov 17, 2012 at 18:15:47

“The poll has Canada at number 1 and 82%. Are you saying it was higher prior? That would be easy enough to find. Or you're liberal or NDP.”
North Vancouver Python On The Loose, Missing For Days

North Vancouver Python On The Loose, Missing For Days

Commented Aug 7, 2013 at 22:40:28 in Canada British Columbia

“In a time when people are grieving over a tragedy, this headline is irresponsible and the story unnecessary. Ball Pythons are small non-venemous snakes that eat mice and small vermin. They are no threat at all and should not even be mentioned in the same breath as an African Rock Python. Huff post you're scaring people for no reason. Shame on you.”

FootButterGuy on Aug 8, 2013 at 01:47:11

“Um, try a different tack. Think of it as a metaphor. They are non-indigenous and should not be allowed, period. BTW, you misspelled venomous.”
Hey Men, Women's Conflicts Aren't

Hey Men, Women's Conflicts Aren't "Cat Fights"

Commented Jul 23, 2013 at 00:04:44 in Canada Living

“Wow. I'm sory but "one thing I've noticed is that men always minimize and refuse to take seriously conflict between women"? Did you really type that statement and not recognize the huge sweeping generalization you just made? I work with many women and not once have I ever suggested or considered that a conflict between any of them was anything like what you've described. If you're feeling like the people around you don't treat you with respect or that your views are minimized, deal with them or find new people to work with. Don't presume to know how I or any other man views the world or the people around us. I'm sure there are men AND women who minimize the concerns and arguments of others...and I'm sure there are cases where sexual stereotypes are at play. But you are way off base and you weaken your argument by trying to paint all men as belittling misogynists. How can you say half the population ALWAYS perceives something a certain way? You make valid concerns evaporate in the heat of rash generalization.

I support feminism. I support equality and I stand by your desire to be taken seriously. But please rethink your tactics.”

scaryanne on Jul 23, 2013 at 02:10:38

“P.S - perhaps you ought to rethink your 'I support feminism' claims?”

scaryanne on Jul 23, 2013 at 02:09:21

“You are missing the point entirely. This woman isn't talking about individual conflicts between individual women, or individual men who are supportive and understanding of women as equal human beings. She's referring to the broad, sweeping cultural tropes and misconceptions about women that are omnipresently portrayed and perpetuated by ALL arms of our culture. Watch a movie, a television show, read a magazine, listen to a song, or read a book and then get back to me on whether or not these cat-fight generalizations are legitimate.”
First Nations Chief Theresa Spence Calls For Solidarity Protests

First Nations Chief Theresa Spence Calls For Solidarity Protests

Commented Dec 30, 2012 at 13:21:21 in Canada Impact

“I know you're right but maybe, just maybe a sliver of truth will open a crack in someone's mind and blow the door wide open over time. Even if just for one person. Ignorance and the hate it feeds cannot be tolerated. And maybe one person will understand that Canada is better than that. And that we need so desperately to embrace our diversity and be warmed by the brilliant mix of cultures our land holds. Maybe one person will finally understand that First Nations people deserve better. And recognize that it's time we stood with them in firm, unbending solidarity against generations of oppression, segregation and disenfranchisement. A person can dream right?”

TheWendybird on Dec 30, 2012 at 16:31:31

“Yes - thank you for this. I keep trying but I feel very disappointed when I read some of the posts and realize Canadian society is still so divided and First Nations continue to experience such discrimination.”