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2012-06-30 @ 07:08:08
Trees bent like that were once actually used to mark trails. =]
2012-06-10 @ 18:18:15
“First World Problems”
2012-06-04 @ 18:41:51
This is all so very true and as time progresses the government is making the community less and less important. In Canada they are taking money away from charities, ruining our water, our land, selling out the United States, letting FBI come into Canada to arrest Canadians and taking away welfare/workers comp processing offices.
Stephen Harper our priminister also spent 10 billion dollars on two fighter jets, and to pay for that he is making the retirement age older and taking away from Canadian pensions. It’s a travesty, but seeing people stand up for their rights and sharing their ideas gives me hope.
This is all very much like traditional native culture- which makes me proud being half native american. The waters will be muddy before they settle to clear!
2012-06-02 @ 11:10:56
And if people with such jobs really “love” what they do being paid what they clock in (a little more for royalties but not a ridiculous amount) wouldn’t be a problem to them.
2012-06-02 @ 11:08:02
Oh yes, let’s feed the idea that people who are living it up in hollywood and own companies like P&G should be at the top of the food chain.
While people who are hard working and stuck in those “stupid” jobs get the shit end of the stick. This article is just feeding into the idea that people who sit around deserve to be immortalized. It’s an economy like this that created the whole entire problem we are having right now!!
Sure there are people on social assistance that don’t need it or deserve this but if hard workers were paid more by taxing people with jobs like these more then there would be less of that. There should be more jobs available for people to monitor the welfare system.
It’s not to say that these creative jobs aren’t important but should people who do a weeks work really be paid a lifetimes wealth? NO! It’s not fair.
To me this article just supports the 1% and it disgusts me.
He talks about the cage- well it looks to me as if he is just trapping others in it. There is nothing wrong about being a part of the working class and taking pride in it. What about “reasonably” intelligent people who are doctors, scientists, educators and so on?
To each his own, but to me this is just wrong. It really peeves me off how this author thinks he is so clever when really he’s being pompous.
2012-05-31 @ 13:25:17
The Youth in Canada are protesting too…
2012-05-30 @ 18:57:06
Would that mean no riding my bike to and from work? I don’t really consider bike riding to be strenuous.
2012-05-29 @ 18:42:19
I am going to be trying this once I get my juicer from my Mother-In-Laws as well as speak to my doctor. I am already severely anemic and on iron supplements. So hopefully with a daily vitamin I can do this! =]
2012-05-23 @ 12:05:37
Common Humanity: 4.50
Overall score: 4.04
I would say it’s pretty accurate, I do think it’s healthy to let yourself get down every now and then though. To be happy all the time is unnatural.