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Systematic Indoctrination and manipulation of society 1

This topic has been intriguing me for quite some time, so I decided today I would post some information on systematic indoctrination and manipulation of society. Below I have listed a couple interesting methods of brainwashing. A light implementation of this methodology can be seen in many different industries and institutions including our Education system, ...

Party Cougs 2

My buddy Mike and I went to an Irish Pub with a patio for lunch today on account of the beautiful weather. As a result of the beautiful weather, there wasn’t any seating available on the patio and there was a 30-40 minute wait to get a seat. So on account of 2 ladies looking ...

Rougin’ It 3

This weekend was quite a change from my normal life. I went kayaking/camping near Kingston, Ontario. There was a mix-up on Friday night and I wasn’t able to get to the campsite until the morning, so I ended up arriving in Kingston around 12:30AM, went to a bar for 15 minutes, drank two beers and ...

F#ck the Canadians!

I’m very accustomed to seeing crazy homeless people cursing at the world in loud sharp raging outbursts, but today was the first time I had seen a homeless person screaming his venomous rage while riding a bicycle. I was riding my bike home from work today and as I was approaching his cycle, I could ...

"Google Me" 3

Googling someone has become a common act for me over the last year or so. I regularly Google people when I’m curious to find out more about them. Especially at work when we’re dealing with a software vendor and they send in a “specialist” to assist us. I will always Google them to see what ...

Robots from India 3

I just returned from a hockey tournament in Montreal. I’ve been dealing with the Air Canada baggage claim department over the last 4 days because I still haven’t received my suitcase from Thursday’s flight. After endless calls and spending close to 4 hours on the phone and with no suitcase in my hands, I have ...

Visit to New Brunswick / Nova Scotia 4

I landed in Moncton, New Brunswick yesterday around dinner time for a brief 1 night business trip. Some things I noticed in my short time here: people drive really slow, it’s a lot more quiet, there are many hitchhikers on the highway, and I even saw a business man walking casually along the Trans Canada ...

Possible ‘grenade’ thrown toward President Bush 2

The US says it is investigating reports that a device – described as a possible hand grenade – was thrown towards President Bush as he visited Georgia. It landed 30m (100 feet) away from where Mr Bush spoke to a huge crowd in Tbilisi, but did not detonate, according to the Georgian authorities. It is ...

The face of Jesus 3

I haven’t read much of the bible since my childhood Sunday school days, but I recently came to discover that Jesus’ physical appearance was unknown and the typical Jesus appearance with the long hair and the beard is mainly a European rendition of Jesus. I think the very fact that Jesus’ appearance is unknown is ...

Crime in Canada 2

I came across some interesting facts about crime in Canada compared to the United States and the rest of the world. To read the detailed information, click here Canada has one of the lowest crime rates in the world. It has been declining for decades. In 2002, Canada showed the lowest crime rate in twenty-five ...