My crazy reaction vid from watching last night’s Game of thrones!!!
I don’t always watch Game of Thrones, but when I do, I like to watch Chip’s reaction to it.
Video: Ossington Dogs - postscript to @SuitManPower @OssingtonCA | #OssingtonLove #TOpoli
America: Where two teenage rapists get one year and two years, respectively, in jail, while the Anonymous hacker that brought the rape to light faces five times their sentences.
What a fucked-up country we live in.
this gif is just perfect.
Really, I’ve got nothing to add. (Except maybe the names of the little rapist POSs [and their enabler, “Coach” Reno Saccoccia.] Anybody got them handy?)
Joel Richardson - “Suitman” Takes over Ossington Ave. Street for 109 seconds. Also, thanks to “Millennium Man” for the photo.
Nearly 73% of abortions in America could end tomorrow if the “Pro-life” moment actually cared about ACTUAL people (i.e life) in order to gather the funds to create an environment in which abortions were unneeded.
-75% of women who get abortions cite financial reasons for their abortions, if women were supplied with an environment where their jobs and education were protected, their medical needs were fully covered and their children were guaranteed with a reasonable level of basic care upon birth that promised for a future better than the women could currently supply that would end nearly all abortion that are needed for non-medial reasons.
And it would cost only around 6billion/year or to put that in perspective 0.009% of what the U.S. spends on killing people (military budget)
If pro-lifers really wanted to STOP abortion they’d be fighting for this world. Not one where women get jail time at best and septicemia at worse for abortions.
Silent flash mob coming soon to an intersection near you. #OssingtonLove #TOpoli
And the city is not a business. Yes, balanced budgets, good execution, and privatizing a few things are modern-day necessities; but if the role of government is to be heartless and threadbare, there is really no need for it at all.
Yes indeedy. There’s that ‘public good’ thing again.
Source: The Globe and Mail