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The Left’s New Crusade: Adult-Kid Sex

The title makes me sick. The very idea that an adult would want to have sex with a child is repugnant to me. Yet, it happens. It happens all the time all over the world, though strangely enough places “we” call barbaric, would stone to death anyone convicted of doing this. If there was even a trial. Im quite sure everyone reading this agrees with me, that no way ever will I live in a Country that condones adults having sex with children. Pedophilia is a crime in this Country. And I hope it stays that way.

But some people want to change that

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After you read that please leave a comment and if there is interest I will write more on this.

 

 

November 26, 2013, 9:51 PM Posted by | All News | 4 Comments

Cornwall. What is under the ground?

While attending the liftoff 2013 at Lamoureux Park this year a very strange thing was experienced. The ground felt like a sponge. I know it has rained a lot as of late but no way could account for that feeling. Imagine walking on a sponge that is what it felt like walking through the fair grounds. After speaking to one of the guys working a game booth he said for the past 2 days he has smelled oil. And when he rubbed his boot over the grass it turned black. I saw it. What is under the ground there and why are people trying to cover it up? I spoke online to a reporter from the Cornwall Free News and before he deleted me I was told to look into it myself. This was after he said the ground had not had a chance to soak up all the water. Joke. Obviously something is going on here and being hidden from the public. What is going on?

The reporter who runs the Cornwall Free News Facebook page said. QUOTE, “some things are better left unsaid”. Unquote

July 14, 2013, 8:58 PM Posted by | All News | | 6 Comments

Healthcare in Ontario

I wont get into my past health issues and WSIB problems because I don’t really think it is relevant to this, but you can search the blog for more stories. I recently (8 weeks ago) developed what I thought was a knot in my right shoulder. After vigorous shoulder rolls, exercise and massage did nothing to help and the pain kept getting worse I made an appointment to see my doctor. In the week it took before I could get into to see her the pain moved from my shoulder to my arm, elbow, wrist, and fingers. So it was apparent this was not just a simple knot. A CT scan was recommended and I got a call a few days later for a spot the following week. SO now with increasing discomfort and pain the waiting begins. During the scan I was barely able to lay flat on my back and moaned during the entire thing prompting the poor girl to ask what I did and if I was okay. I responded I had no idea what I did and most certainly I had felt better.

Two weeks later I get a call from the Doctors office and told it is some type of “bone spurs” in my neck C4, C5, C6, C7 pinching a nerve in my neck and surgery will be needed. Before that can happen an MRI is needed and now have learned that wont happen till May 15th. Who knows after that how long till the actual surgery. Is almost 3 months acceptable to get treatment for this? This is not an “elective” procedure, I”m talking about non stop pain 24/7. The kind of pain that makes you cry and rock back and forth occasionally. Not fun. And I dont think this is right.

March 12, 2013, 6:44 PM Posted by | All News | , , | 6 Comments

Chimney Fire Saturday night!

As I was minding my own business tonight playing SH4 I heard a faint roar coming from downstairs. I thought one of the kids had turned up the furnace but when I went down to investigate saw smoke coming from the wood stove pipe joint at the wall and a loud roaring of fire much different than normal. A quick check outside discovered the fire in the chimney, so I yanked off the clean out cover and started scooping out flaming soot with a piece of wood with one hand and dialing 911 with the other. Awesome response time by the Chesterville FD under 20 minutes and after a brief check signaled the all clear. I have to wonder though. Londondale was just here 2 months ago and cleaned the chimney, so how is it possible to have a fire so soon?

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February 9, 2013, 11:58 PM Posted by | All News | 2 Comments

Living in rural Ontario

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Woke up and saw this Friday morning. According to the OPP there has been a lot of this going on south of Ottawa. Hope whomever is responsible feels better about themselves. Idiots!

January 22, 2013, 1:14 AM Posted by | All News | 9 Comments

Dalton Mcguinty Resigns

http://www.ottawasun.com/2012/10/15/dalton-mcguinty-stepping-down-as-liberal-leader

http://www.ottawacitizen.com/technology/Dalton+McGuinty+steps+down+Liberal+leader/7393909/story.html

Is this an admission of guilt? Not likely, but is it now the time to unleash the Mounties on all the scandals, wasted money, and lies that the people of Ontario have had to endure under this Liberal leader?

More to come

October 15, 2012, 7:42 PM Posted by | All News | 8 Comments

Government vs The People

I am working on an article concerning the salaries, pensions, perks, etc, of Government employees versus the private sector. Meaning, the rest of us. While I am compiling the numbers and stats, what do you think. Why do those we elect to represent us make 3-4x and upwards a yearly salary, PLUS benefits, and pensions, when the rest of us do not have anything even close to it. Why?

And your views on the senate? Overpaid under worked payoff positions?

September 20, 2012, 9:50 PM Posted by | All News | 4 Comments

Looking for help

Normally I wouldnt post this sort of thing here but we are getting a little worried. Our son came home from a relatives last week near cardinal with a rash and sores that have gotten worse over time. Now our 6 year old has a little spot that “appears” to be similar.



What the heck is this?

Diagnosis or “guesses” from M.D’s so far

Wild parsnip

Autoimmune deficiency

Pemphigus vulgaris

Update

It is impetigo with a staph infection. Antibiotics and steroid cream has been prescribed.

September 7, 2012, 7:46 PM Posted by | All News | , , , , | 6 Comments

Time for a longer school year?

Are we falling behind other countries? Would our children benefit from more time in the classroom? I think the answer to these questions is a resounding yes. Countries like India and China are already providing additional classroom times, with some even considering school all year round. This of course, would cause a lot of problems for many people and costs would go up. But there are many benefits as well, and for some the cost of daycare over the summer is a serious burden. After all, not everyone has the luxury of the entire summer off.

Our Society has been geared this way for a very long time and change would not come easy, but is that a good enough reason to not attempt it? At least experiment a little with the idea? I think a couple of weeks off around Christmas and then another two off during the summer is plenty. And this would give our kids more time for learning, and give the parents a break as well from the stress of filling their summer days, and daycare costs for those that have to work.

Instead of offering full time daycare in the schools this might be money better well spent. It would be hard to argue the benefits of more education, and the extra cost in maintenance and salaries would be minimal. The schools have to be maintained over the summer anyways, and we’re only talking a couple dozen more days of work for the staff. It’s a thought and I’d like to hear your ideas on the subject.

September 1, 2012, 9:15 PM Posted by | All News | 8 Comments

“Anglophone” bride killed in Quebec

August 24th 2012 was supposed to be a happy time for the bride-to-be, accompanied by family and friends doing a photo shoot just days before her wedding at the Dorwin falls just north of Montreal. Apparently she lost her footing standing on some rocks and was swept away by the current.

“She was Anglophone, and she started screaming, ‘Help!’” the witness said.

Excuse me? While it appears the photographer tried to pull her from the water, were the others gathered there just standing around in confusion not knowing what the Anglophone word “help” meant? Was this a family member? Surely then they knew the meaning of it one would think anyways? Only one person there came to her aid, and none of them jumped in after her? They just stood there watching as she was carried away screaming this foreign word? I find it extremely bizarre and more than a little disturbing that this “witness” felt compelled to describe this person as an anglophone and not just “a woman”, Or perhaps even her friend, the bride, that poor woman, anything other than identifying her by what language she was pleading for help in.

I wonder, if she was a francophone yelling for help in the water would someone actually have jumped in and tried to save her?

What the hell is going on.

August 24, 2012, 8:53 PM Posted by | All News | 12 Comments

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