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Monday, July 15, 2019

Slower traffic keep to the right

Posted By on Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 7:26 PM

Just because you are doing 120 and the right hand lane is doing 105 does not entitle you to stay in the left lane.
I flew up to your bumper at 160! You need to get the hell over. I am faster so therefore you are slower. —Pissed off and late
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Thursday, July 4, 2019

Bad cat owners

Posted By on Thu, Jul 4, 2019 at 3:59 PM

This is the second time I saw your cat left outside, sitting on your doorstep in the pouring rain waiting to get inside your house.
So, I decide to go across the street and ring your doorbell to tell you your cat wants to come inside. Then you tell me that it is ok that your cat stays out in the rain. Really? Maybe you should stay out in the rain, idiot, and see if you like it and let your cat come inside your house. You do not deserve to have a cat or any pet.
If you didn't want a cat then you shouldn't have adopt it!—A happy cat owner
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Friday, June 28, 2019

Just a thought

Posted By on Fri, Jun 28, 2019 at 10:57 AM

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If you don't value your employees' mental health over the work, maybe rethink if you should be in charge. If your employee is anxious or depressed at work, maybe take a second to think: "Am I causing this? Can I help them?" Maybe, just a thought, try giving a shit about the people who are working their ass off for you and crying at their desk and not being paid what they're worth. —Exhausted by the bad bosses of Halifax
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Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Can we talk ...

Posted By on Tue, Mar 12, 2019 at 12:48 PM

...about overpopulation? Why is this topic taboo? This is at the root of all environmental problems—and why migrants have nowhere left to go. The earth does not need 8 billion homo sapiens. Read The Limits to Growth (1968), a bestseller, and start a conversation with someone about overpopulation.
—Doin' my bit (there's just me)
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Monday, February 4, 2019

Price of membership

Posted By on Mon, Feb 4, 2019 at 5:17 PM

I was signed up against my better will at my university campus a little over a week ago. I'm a low income student (attending university through a program through the Department of Community Services) and thought that a membership to the grocery store, if shared with my four roommates, could be appropriate. I was reassured to I could cancel at anytime.

By the end of the same day that I had signed up for it, I regretted the decision as I live welfare check to welfare check. So, I went to the location to cancel. The store representative was manipulative—but understandably so, and I ended up leaving without making a purchase or canceling the membership. My roommates didn't want to chip in so I went back a couple days later to try cancelling again.

The representative I spoke with to cancel the membership was extremely unprofessional in processing my request. They open-mouth chewed gum (in a cocky manner) as they told me I was making a mistake and I would be back. He went as far to laugh at me for wanting to cancel my membership. He then tried to convince me of all the benefits that a membership includes, which I was aware of but needed to cancel my membership regardless due to financial reasons. When this tactic didn't work for him, he then proceeded to laugh at me again for canceling so early and reiterated that I would regret my decision and he would laugh about it when I came back in the future to get a membership.

This was a low-brow, unprofessional tactic for membership retention that made me feel very uncomfortable.

He then brought up my family out of province, telling me how I could send them things in the mail via their website, and when I informed him that I don't engage in post interactions with my family he commented that I should, not knowing anything about my family life or financial situation.

All of the previous tactics were unprofessional and I wanted to leave but we had to wait for a supervisor/manager to come finalize the cancelation.

It was at this point that I had the most uncomfortable exchange of my entire experience: In a final effort to get me to stay he specifically commented on my body size and told me if I started working out I could get my protein powder at the store. I felt disgusting that this employee felt they had the right to talk to me about my physical appearance and health in an effort to get me to stay a member. I really felt violated and simply wanted to leave.

After the lengthy process, my account was finally closed and I was reimbursed. Upon departure the employee once again told me how funny it is that I'm leaving after being a member of such a short time and I would be back. Based on the harassment, humiliation, judgement and commentary on my physical appearance at the hands of employees, I will never spend money to be a member at this tire fire of a place.
—Harassed me to stay

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Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Driver's ed

Posted By on Tue, Dec 18, 2018 at 12:43 PM

Nova Scotia, I'm quite fond of you, but we need to talk about your driving habits.

Let's start with the tailgating. You should always keep at least a two-second following distance in the best circumstances, more in adverse circumstances. Some adverse circumstances are environmental (like bad weather or fog), some are mechanical (like balding tires, older brakes, larger and heavier vehicles that take longer to come to a stop), and some are driver related (you are tired, prone to road rage, impaired due to substances or age, inexperienced, over-confident, distracted by a phone, distracted by having a lot of other stuff going on in your life, whatever). Now, I know that you know how to tell distances in terms of time— know you can deal with "it's a 15 minute drive from here", for example. And I know you can count "one one hundred two one hundred" to estimate how long two seconds is. So put them together: Choose a point along the side of the road to count out the time between when the car ahead of you passes it and when you pass it, to check that you have a safe following distance. And stop tailgating.

Yeah, inevitable dude in an expensive black car (or the occasional dark blue station wagon) who NEEDS to go at least 20 over the speed limit getting on to the 102 outbound on Monday mornings, this applies to you too. You may be an exception ass, but the rules of the road and the rules of physics still apply to you.
—If you're that impatient even with me going 10 over, maybe you have a problem

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Monday, December 3, 2018

Something's wrong about this

Posted By on Mon, Dec 3, 2018 at 12:27 PM

Ok, so: I bought a watch from China for $13 and it ships for free and arrives at my mailbox by a Canada Post worker.
Last night, I go to ship the same watch as a gift to a loved one in BC. It doesn't fit the mail slot so they charged me $20 to ship it.
So let me get this straight: Canadian taxpayers are supporting a system that would allow a foreign company to ship to BC cheaper than I could if I was a Canadian company?
You really can't make this shit up. It pisses me off. —Screwed because they can
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Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Grocery cashiers' chairless tears

Posted By on Tue, Oct 9, 2018 at 2:40 PM

It's a shame the grocery cashiers here aren't given chairs. I've travelled in Europe and Asia and most groceries have them. It would be easy to give them to the cashiers here. Even if they stood while dealing with customers, they could have a well deserved seat while waiting for the next customers. Help the suffering workers' health.
Witness to needless grocery pain
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Sunday, June 4, 2017

Increasing the vote

Posted By on Sun, Jun 4, 2017 at 11:01 AM

Here's an idea...How about those who vote in an election are saved to the voter registry and are automatically allowed to vote in the next election.  Those who didn't vote, for whatever reason, are removed from the voter registry and must submit an application if they wish ever to vote again. That way those who care enough to vote will be automatically allowed to do so and those who don't care must jump through some hoops to reinstate their right to vote. Sort of a "If you don't use it, you lose it" proposal. —SnipeHunter





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Friday, June 10, 2016

To the roofing company, you know who you are

Posted on Fri, Jun 10, 2016 at 8:53 AM

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I understand that the sexes are treated as equal now. This is a good thing. However, employing a 22-year-old who seems to think yoga pants are appropriate attire to wear to work around a bunch of tough old roofers is not a good thing. If this girl—because she certainly isn't a woman—keeps texting my partner of 32 years, she, and you, will be hearing from me. I hope he isn't stupid enough to fall for her manipulations, because he has a lot to lose. Myself, our children, his grandson, his house and his dogs. I will take them all. —"Hell hath no fury" is my middle name
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Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Fall River Vandalism

Posted on Tue, Aug 4, 2015 at 4:00 AM

To the awesome people who vandalized the football change room in fall river! Glad you know how to spell "Nasi"... Check out the global news vid @ 1:21 Glad you guys finished school.... —Ryan
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