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MadX

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  1. A lot of companies have a monopoly on the local job market, at least they do in my area where jobs are hard to come by, and thus don't care how others perceive them. Many of their employees have to work there because they have no where else to go.
  2. good point but i think the truth should always be told. maybe the population needs to be better educated and informed of the risks and benefits. I'm not the brightest of them but I don't see this deal helping ordinary Canadians, This stuff about monitoring the internet kind of scares me. Imagine if Harper knew I helped manage a forum critical of his policies. I could be charged with treason and thrown in jail. This country is heading down a dangerous road.
  3. It's a good idea but I don't think too many companies would sign on to something like this. Transparency isn't usually a priority for either business or government.
  4. That doesn't sound like a bad idea actually
  5. That actually wouldn't surprise me if Harper tried to do that. Robo-call scandals, secret trade deals, police brutality at the G20, and now secret enemy lists. I think our government is creeping closer to fascism every day. I think there would be a lot of dissent among the soldiers however, Harper's treatment of active duty soldiers and veterans has been appalling. I think Canadian Forces are more loyal to the people of Canada than the Stephen Harper government.
  6. you must be blind to the facts of life. Most HR departments are there to back managers and not the workers. Only if something very serious happened, like sexual harassment, are the managers held accountable (and even then not all the time). Also lawsuits are expensive and can usually only be launched by those with a lot of money.
  7. If this deal is so good for us, why is there not more transparency?
  8. Do you guys think that Trudeau or Mulcair will legalize it after Harper is removed from office in 2015?
  9. this poll was started in 2003? I just noticed that.
  10. Are you also anti-sex and anti-booze?
  11. Your opinion is backed up by scientific fact. Pot is safer than alcohol. I hope the OP is also crusading to make booze illegal because one needs to be consistent in their opinions. Booze is way more dangerous than alcohol. How many people died this year as a result of a pot overdose? None.
  12. It absolutely is essential for balanced mental health. I go to college with a few virgins and they have some mental issues.
  13. Agreed, Sweden is great in many ways. All the Northern European countries are but they have backwards views when it comes to prostitution. The government should not be able to tell consenting adults what they can and can not do with their bodies. I think the Netherlands has the best policy when it comes to prostitution.
  14. They could technically get laid but prostitution is in effect illegal because most of the activities surrounding it are illegal. The reason I keep bringing up socially awkward men is because I have several friends at university who fit that description. These guys are good fellows, kind, loyal, and smart but because they don't lift weights and never played sports as kids, they are socially awkward and women don't want to have sex with them. Many of them were bullied at school. Not so much the guys from Newfoundland because most people are nice here but some of these guys come from Ontario, Hal
  15. Exactly, the government does not have the moral authority over us to make prostitution illegal. The nation has no business in the bedrooms of Canadian citizens. What goes on between consenting adults is none of our business.
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