“They should not have gotten married in the first place. Its both his and her's fault. Why would you start a meaningful relationship when you sex crazed? She admits that they were super sex addicted to each other when they first started dating. Big problem right there. If your serious about being with someone for the long term sex should be 9th out of 10 as the order of importance. Once the expectation is set then it's not going to be maintained.”
Jan 16, 2014 at 18:08:32
“Ah yes the infamous Tom Ford, 3rd cousin from our very own Rob Ford. We all know where the talent went in that family. You'll always have the special touch Tom, but Rob will always be better at crack.”
“Honestly, after thinking about this I don't think it's a big deal. Not because of his religious beliefs but what if the genders were reversed? What if "she" instead of "he" claimed fear of and discomfort of being surrounded by all guys? Do we still agree with the professor or would he be in the wrong? Just a thought. Not trying to stat a war.”
AlisonCarnie on Jan 9, 2014 at 14:19:46
“Well, Sunny, I don't recall ever hearing a guy being surrounded by a group of women feeling fear and discomfort ...
“It's interesting that we they never even mentioned which particular religion the unnamed student practices so fervently. Would it matter? We all know the religious dogma most religions share and that seems more prevalent by not mentioning it in the report. Who knows, he could be following some made up religion....oh that's right....all of them.”
Whitey McWhite on Jan 9, 2014 at 13:23:02
“It doesn't really matter the point is the request is absurd and if a man doesn't like a woman being equal to him I suggest he move to another country.”
Dec 16, 2013 at 13:19:08
“It's interesting to know that for all the open ended discussion that we can all share that there are people that still want to shut down the dissenting voice. Great job guys. Really keeping freedom of speech alive.”
mftinvermont on Dec 16, 2013 at 16:24:50
“So you can say anything you wish out of "Free Speech" but I can't say fIag, nor fIag you?
Dec 13, 2013 at 17:38:33
“Oh sorry Stephan D. I wasn't arguing against that, they definatley violated those rules and should face the charges against them in due process. I was just making the point in contrast to the other comments about his show in general. Cheers Mate.”
Dec 13, 2013 at 11:44:59
“I'm Glad that there are still people out there with no sense of Humour or nuance. I think that people need to lighten up and enjoy what they hear or.....dare I say it....If it's even possible...change the station? How would you do that? Does the radio have some sort of dial or something? Technology man. I used to listen to the show for years (miss you Todd) and Dean has had regular guest that were gay and lesbian on a weekly basis and has always treated them with respect. I'm of east Indian decent and he's made funny voices about that and I found it funny. If you can't poke fun at yourself then you have no business telling what people is and isn't comedy.”
UnkBob on Dec 15, 2013 at 22:21:21
“Shallow is the river of understanding. Deep is the lack of understanding. Empathy can still exist with humor. Just not with you.”
mftinvermont on Dec 14, 2013 at 09:36:29
pgpfineart on Dec 13, 2013 at 16:44:28
“i do agree with you but he kind of broke the law when he revealed details like that thats a no no”
Stephan Deziel on Dec 13, 2013 at 13:28:21
“"The Sept. 30 broadcast of "The Dean Blundell Show" contained homophobic and biased comments which could have jeopardized the fairness of Joshua Dowholis' trial which concerned four men Dowholis"
You didn't read the article didn't you? It's not about sense of humour, it's about making comments about an ongoing trial when it wasn't permited.”
Dec 4, 2013 at 12:58:21
“Makavelli, Don Killuminati 7 Day Theory, Probably one of the most prophetic and my favourite rap album of all time. I was 12 when I fist heard it and I knew even then that this was more than just another rapper. He's a poet. Listening to it right now.”
Nov 29, 2013 at 16:50:56
“Hollywood is not producing content solely for the artistic endeavor of realizing a messege on screen, they are in the business of making money. I love watching the Hunger Games and I liked SALT. I love action movies in general. But who's the audience? Men are filling the seats of all the actions movies and maybe that means we should put more women in the leading roles. But will women flock in droves? Hollywood is likely the most well oiled Industry when reading into what people like to see onscreen.”
RJRedSox on Nov 29, 2013 at 20:11:59
“No, Hollywood is not the most well oiled industry. They're clueless as to what people want, except for teenage boys. There are at least two huge demographics WITH MONEY they totally ignore. And yes, women go to action movies. The Heat killed on its opening weekend. It's pretty obvious Hollywood is just a boys club with no interest in expanding to make good stories the norm, not the exception.”
Nov 8, 2013 at 16:33:43
“Good old Dixon and Kipling. Funny thing is that I almost rented an apartment in one of those building not too long ago. I knew about the reputation but couldn't beat the low rent and the quick access to weed.”
Sep 27, 2013 at 15:18:07
“Can I speak as someone who is currently in manufacturing, I would agree that manufacturing on the whole is on the decline. That is nothing new since NAFTA and other trade agreements has sealed the deal on that, but I have seen a huge spike in job openings in the sector since we need skilled workers to run and program CNC machines and such. Check out indeed or any job agencies and there looking to fill hundreds of positions with decent starting pay. It's just a matter of getting the training and education for that field. Maybe its not feasible in the long run but right now the jobs are there.”
patrickwwalker on Sep 27, 2013 at 22:53:36
“The problem is just how secure that job is and whether or not it's a good idea for the govenrment to train people for jobs that will disappear by the time any training is done. Worse, by forcing individuals to provide their own education (which amounts to a subsidy for the employer) only to find out the jobs are not there.
Sep 4, 2013 at 15:12:24
“That's a fair assessment if you believe that people are 2 dimensional in their convictions or ideals. It's hard for me to believe that just because I am being treated in a hospital by a person wearing a garment of faith that his ability or mine to assess whether it will "change" my position on faith is empty based solely on the fact that I am capable of making that choice outside the confines of that ordeal. By the way I am sikh. I was born a sikh but unlike those of us that are not baptized we do not wear turbans. Instead I wear a Kara(steel bracelet) symbolizing my adhering to some tenets of my religious belief. It's not black and white. We all have our own rules regarding our spirituality and I have never felt threatened to wear anything religious by any institution. That includes the so called religious elect and any government facility. I have my doubts about all religious doctrine including those that oppress the way you dress. ”
Sep 4, 2013 at 13:24:55
“Irrelevant to the idea of an egalitarian system in which all choice is personal by definition and by no means has any relevant affect on every other person that is witness to that choice. If I choose to wear a Hockey Jersey and follow that dichotomy of my team is the best then in no way do I require others must follow suit unless they come to that conclusion based on their own research and discovery. By your logic I would just as easily decide to be a ninja and wear a ninja outfit to convince other people to be ninjas based on the fact that I saw ninjas. Sounds kind of messed up doesn't it?”
valar84 on Sep 4, 2013 at 13:42:36
“The point, you missed it.
The issue is first of all State neutrality. Just like poll workers during elections are mandated not to display their political beliefs, it is fair to ask public providers of services not to display any bias in favor of any religion.
Second, let me take your ninja analogy, let's say that a Japanese immigrant applies for a job for the federal government, and he's told "you didn't have to take off your ninja costume, you can come wearing it when you start tomorrow." The next day, he is told "You're not wearing your ninja outfit? You have the right to, after all it's your cultural/religious imperative so it's protected by the charter."
Now, Japanese aren't ninjas, so the example is ludicrous, but replace that by hijab or turban. Imagine a sikh man who doesn't like wearing turbans, but he is told to by traditionalists. And the government of Canada also tells him that turbans are so essential to being a sikh, they waive any law about uniforms or safety to allow sikh men to wear them. What message does that send him? That he has no choice, as a sikh, he must wear the turban.
By doing things like this, the Canadian government REINFORCES the control of religious authorities on people instead of weakening it.”
“The Most messed up part about this article is that I know that this was racially charged, not just by the actions of the Manager, but also because even I fall prey to the stereotypes we hold in culture. I regret the fact that the first thing I thought while reading this was that they were being loud, rude and rowdy. If they were white do you think I would have thought that? Just a thought.”
“Does anyone really care what this guy has to say? He's really not important enough to rage over. Or am I missing something? Did he write the greatest novel of our generation? I read that novel in High School, wrote a book report than tossed it in the trash, it sucked.”
“My girlfriend shops at Lulu religiously and she loves the style and the functionality they offer her. She is a size 4 now, but used to be size 16. To be honest the only problem I have with them is not their reluctance to cater to all possible body types but rather spending hundreds of dollars on what is essentially gym clothes. I wear $8.00 shorts from Walmart. So far my Yoga skills have not suffered.”