Hey, remember when I did that thing making fun of people commenting on the Internet about a given bit of news? Torontoist asked me to do it again after the end of the Toronto city strike. So I did.
My thought on that title was “sometimes?”
“They Heard the News Today, Oh Boy”
Ok, I know this is a Beatles song, but the name of it is lost to me.
A Day in the Life
Odd King: Thank you.
Am I the only one who finds it amusing that now we now have News covering comments on other news?
I guess we’ve had it for ages since but seeing it show up on the Internet makes me laugh a bit.
“– I guess we’ve had it for ages since but seeing it show up on the Internet makes me laugh a bit. –”
It’s not really funny until you add pictures of cats with the comments written in as captions.
I hijack this thread in the name of Deadpool
I have to admit the sad truth was my favorite comment.
I’m angry that so many people don’t seem to see past thier eyelashes. As a son of a union worker (mom is an EA) I have some knowledge on what is behind that contract and that money is one factor, among many. Some of those include pention, health insurance (to cover what social one doesn’t cover,) and hours. I know that EA’s tend to fight mostly over hours rather then just wages as hours are a better increase then straight up pay raises. Then again the Ontario Teachers Unions does have the Goverment in their hands, but that is another story.
To the guy who wanted to privatize the police: Didn’t you SEE Robocop? That’s how this starts!
I once saw a t-shirt that said “Somewhere, A Village Is Missing It’s Idiot.” Poor fellow missed the point entirely. Most villages these days have a enough of a surplus that they are turning them out to go feral. Unfortunately, their range has expanded to cover much of the internet.
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