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  1. Doubtless there are some who oppose this change;...

    Doubtless there are some who oppose this change; but its well underway here in Ontario and I have yet to hear of a protest or a large number of objections........

    (at this point the changes here...
  2. I'm curious about some here feel about other,...

    I'm curious about some here feel about other, arguably related changes, which I'm assuming are also present in the U.S. (its been a couple of years since my last visit, and I confess to not paying...
  3. As to 'sexual depravity' I have my own...

    As to 'sexual depravity' I have my own preferences, as we all do; but I would reserve the word depravity as with criminality to refer to non-consensual sex; or that involving legal minors for said...
  4. I see the problem w/the quote response...

    I see the problem w/the quote response continues......

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    In respect of Oladub's links to reports......note what the activist had to say on the subject..........

    “The best practice would be...
  5. huh? This is not expensive or complicated. ...

    huh?

    This is not expensive or complicated. Its replacing existing stalls with full height except for 1/8 inch gap at the top for air circulation.

    You can leave the 2 washrooms in a pair side...
  6. I would say first that I see no issue w/shifting...

    I would say first that I see no issue w/shifting urinals into stalls, or ditching them; or considering the 1/2 partitions you sometimes see that block 'side views'.

    Whatever, shrug.

    In...
  7. Setting aside the sports thing for a...

    Setting aside the sports thing for a moment........

    I don't really get the reasoning behind washrooms being sorted by sex in the first place.

    In your home, presumably, mom, dad, brother,...
  8. A few thoughts: California's bigger problem,...

    A few thoughts:

    California's bigger problem, by far, is water supply.

    Potable water is in decline due to overtaxed aquifers, and river diversions for irrigation that were reckless in scale...
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    I wonder if this isn't a product of ongoing...

    I wonder if this isn't a product of ongoing economic inequality and the overlapping issue of racism.

    No, I'm not excusing fare evasion on the one hand, nor police brutality on the other.

    I...
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    As to the off-topic nonsense about secessionism...

    As to the off-topic nonsense about secessionism in Canada.....

    That is a non-issue. There is no western/Alberta separatist party, there is no referendum on secession, there won't be either.
    ...
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    First, you're a fool. Second, I have no...

    First, you're a fool.

    Second, I have no marxist agenda; you keep forgetting, one of us is financially well off; it isn't you. That doesn't make me better than you; the fact I'm a caring, decent...
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    No real need to read past this; can't be bothered...

    No real need to read past this; can't be bothered reading the background that is a click away.

    Which is why virtually everything that followed was utter nonsense.
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    Stories on the situation in Chile: ...

    Stories on the situation in Chile:

    https://m.dw.com/en/chile-protests-and-looting-erupt-despite-presidents-new-cabinet/a-51029509
    ...
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    Global Protests, Violence Growing

    Around the world the last few months there has been a steady and substantial increase in general strikes/riots/mass protests.

    Perhaps it started with those in Hong Kong seeking to protect its...
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    This thread has probably run its course, but a...

    This thread has probably run its course, but a logical finish is to confirm, as best we can at this stage, what's next.

    Prime Minister Trudeau held a presser this afternoon, and here's what we...
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    Ok, I'm not making fun of Detroit in any way, but...

    Ok, I'm not making fun of Detroit in any way, but this made me laugh so hard. I was just......when can we ever get a condo that cheap in downtown Toronto? LOL You made me look up the listings...
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    Worth saying here, the Bloc aren't really all...

    Worth saying here, the Bloc aren't really all that 'Left'. They are, however, very Quebec-centric in their views, which means secular, and strong on environmental policy. But they are closely...
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    Trudeau has a strong'ish minority. The NDP...

    Trudeau has a strong'ish minority.

    The NDP (your freebie party) is broke, and have no desire to go back to the polls right away.

    The Conservatives have no immediate path to to power; the Quebec...
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    Further: The Liberals, outside of Atlantic...

    Further:

    The Liberals, outside of Atlantic Canada have won pretty close to zero seats in rural area.

    The Conservatives, outside of Alberta and Sask. have won zero urban seats anywhere in Canada...
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    Takeaways at this juncture. The Conservatives,...

    Takeaways at this juncture.

    The Conservatives, as of this moment, actually have a slight lead in popular vote, even as they are getting thumped in national seat totals.

    Alberta and...
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    Andrew Coyne is a right-leaning (but moderate)...

    Andrew Coyne is a right-leaning (but moderate) columnist with The National Post. He has a column out today lamenting the miserable choices before him.

    I want to offer a few choice quotes...
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    It probably will be quite close, but with so many...

    It probably will be quite close, but with so many tight races any party that gets a tiny lift in the last days could swing a substantial number of seats.

    In respect of a likely minority outcome; ...
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    This is interference, by a private citizen, mind...

    This is interference, by a private citizen, mind you, but no question its a foreigner butting in.

    Would seem to be intended as a favour to Trudeau (Obama is and was well liked in Canada)

    But...
  24. I have to say, I find the use of the terms...

    I have to say, I find the use of the terms 'aliens' and 'naturalized' irksome.

    I realize these are the accepted terms in the United States, but I would argue that in any contemporary use of...
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    Did you notice the words 'per capita' in my...

    Did you notice the words 'per capita' in my post?????

    The U.S. is 9x the population of Canada but has 23 times the number of people leaving the country to receive medical care.

    You lost the...
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