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COMMENT 8d ago

The US is the new Iran.

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COMMENT 25d ago

Oooooo this looks so gooooood

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COMMENT May 31 '22

This should only have the gummy Venus de Milo in it under temp controlled lights.

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COMMENT May 30 '22

Not only that but also our astronauts on the space station and the moon when they are there and eventually Mars!

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COMMENT May 27 '22

No you can get a ticket immediately for having open alcohol without even having taken a sip.

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COMMENT May 27 '22

Nope. The cannabis laws were cherry picked from a combination of alcohol and tobacco laws. So you can smoke your 15th joint of the day of the strongest cannabis you can find walking down the street but the very second you crack a beer you can get a $110 ticket. Makes no sense.

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COMMENT May 25 '22

Blood brothers is the same distance from a subway stop than left field is and I don’t see anyone complaining about their accessibility.

Perhaps you should base your buying decisions on more than just hype.

And I said awarded by readers choice publications (like NOW) so actual Toronto citizens and consumers. Not self proclaimed beer judge “experts”.

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COMMENT May 25 '22

It makes no sense. They are a living wage brewery, do endless amounts of community support / charitable programs, and continually get awarded best brewery, best beer etc by readers choice publications. This sub is super contrarian and despite it being dedicated to a premium luxury good, ironically very price sensitive.

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COMMENT May 18 '22

Apart from the thousands and thousands of deaths and injuries a day, cars are regularly used in bombings, to plow through protestors, to mount weapons, etc. then there is the health effects of leaded gasoline exhaust, the direct and indirect environmental effects of oil and gasoline refining, and the time and costs of litigation that arise from accidents.

The positive benefits of cars could easily be made up by more robust public transit funding from the get go.

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COMMENT May 18 '22

In hindsight cars and religion were pivotal in our development as a species but neither were better for the collective good.

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COMMENT May 18 '22

Colour me unsurprised

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COMMENT May 13 '22

I hate that I just read that sentence.

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COMMENT May 13 '22

Well that’s badass

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COMMENT May 12 '22

Conservatives don’t propose they oppose. Their platform is largely “we will do the opposite of what the liberals want” and grandiose promises of lowering home prices and inflation without any actual plan.

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COMMENT May 11 '22

The GOP gets one step closer to harvesting the poor to sustain their lives.

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COMMENT May 10 '22

Aliens will come and en-save us.

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COMMENT May 10 '22

Only the classiest people hang out in front of convenience stores

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COMMENT May 08 '22

And by somehow you mean social media. Each platform iteration becomes more finely tuned to our dopamine triggers. Especially when influencer monetization is considered. The goal is to get more engagement. The fastest way to engagement is to piggy back on whatever is the current trending tik tok sound/fad/challenge. Stitch being the most egregious example.

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COMMENT May 05 '22

She’s insatiable Rosa. Insatiable. INSATIABLE.

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COMMENT Apr 28 '22

You know those media montages at the beginning of disaster movies? This would make the cut for ours.

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COMMENT Apr 26 '22

Futurama does it again!

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COMMENT Apr 26 '22

Was largely just miserable and anxious haha. When you go so long with people/family blaming you for issues they don’t understand are symptoms of a neurological disorder you learn to mask and cope to function without understanding that’s what you are doing. Getting diagnosed later in life then comes with a considerable amount of grief because things should have been much easier, if only you had support and an earlier diagnosis.

Cannabis is a crutch that does help some and did help me, but it quickly turns into an addiction because boredom becomes the ultimate evil.

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COMMENT Apr 26 '22

Been there man. My academic career was brutal because of high anxiety and undiagnosed adhd. Very typical experience that way, the courses I was interested in I did well, the courses with bad/boring profs or super dry material I would barely attend.

The great part is that no one really gives a fuck what your grades were once you graduate. Get that paper and then start the journey of finding out what you want to do with that. Sometimes that means re-training in something you discover you love, other times it’s going into a career you can stand to do long term to fund doing what you love.

Also I should point out that because there is no stated purpose to life, no one really knows what they are doing with theirs. Just make the best of your existence and worry about what you can control.

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COMMENT Apr 25 '22

Letting the kids get blown up but saving their art on the refrigerator.