“I would’ve never believed that somebody could watch somebody in distress and not do anything about it . . . There are no words to describe how utterly inhumane and cruel the actions of these juveniles were towards Mr Dunn.”
“I don’t see this as anything but treason,” said Layne Morris. “It’s something a traitor would do. As far as I am concerned, Prime Minister Trudeau should be charged.”
Do you remember your first summer job?
I was one of a group of reporters and editors asked to write short pieces — “no more than 300 words” — about our first summer jobs for an article that was posted online June 23 (in print the day after).
I figured the headline was misleading when I saw it in my google news queue: “A record number of LGBTQ people were just elected to the British Parliament.”
After yet another terrorist attack in the name of Allah in London on Saturday, British PM Theresa May declared “enough is enough,” the New York Times is reporting.
From the “I couldn’t make this stuff up” department comes this:
The National Post, a serious national mainstream newspaper in Canada, had a report this past week about a woman who married herself.
There is far too much political correctness in America these days.
That’s the unpolitically correct opinion of David Marcus, a writer/columnist I respect a lot and who is a Twitter acquaintance/friend of mine.
As many people honour their moms on this Mother’s Day, I’m thinking about some of the women who have influenced me — and influenced the world.
I suppose it is a sign of the increasing popularity of nudism — either for click value or genuine interest — that some publications look for somewhat unique or offbeat hooks on the subject, even if they are not entirely relevant and turn out to be exercises in distastefulness if not unfair stereotyping.
I’ve often thought that I chose to incarnate during the 1960s era so that I could enjoy all the great pop and rock music.
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