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Apr 28 teamcanada'sforgottenpassword commented on SCOTUSblog Is Live-Blogging Obergefell v. Hodges.
@11 - which is exactly what we do here in Canada. No church has ever been forced to perform a ceremony for a gay couple here (though some are happy to), and yet any LGBTQ couple who want to marry are free to do so. The system works just fine. By their very nature, churches discriminate. The government, hopefully, not so much.
Apr 23 teamcanada'sforgottenpassword commented on Dreaming of Pierogi.
Ok I know it's pedantic, but while the Russian "Piróg" (singular) and "Pirogí" (plural) do mean pie, they don't refer to what the Polish call Pierógi. Rather they are made with either a yeast dough or a sour cream pastry and baked, not boiled. The Russians and Ukrainians call those boiled dumplings Vareniki. At least according to my very well-worn copy of Please To The Table (totes excellent Russian cookbook. Anyone who likes this kind of food should have it).
Apr 9 teamcanada'sforgottenpassword commented on Do You Know What's on Your Weed?.
How, oh how I wish that I had a dollar for every person who eats organic that doesn't realise organic farmers use pesticides too. I would be soooo rich...
Mar 25 teamcanada'sforgottenpassword commented on Lynn Shelton's New Project Is Set in Seattle. She Can't Shoot It Here..
The funny thing is that Vancouver has lost a ton of shows over the last few years because Ontario put in a better tax credit to lure shows to Toronto and the BC government has adamantly refused to match it. The reason we are ramping up production here in Vancouver lately has more to do with the fact that the Canadian dollar has plummeted over the last few years and it is really cheap again for US productions here. Well that and the fact that when the CDN dollar was high, US producers said they wouldn't bring shows here at all unless the IATSE local would agree to wage concessions, some as high as 18%. Now our dollar is low again but the concessions are still there...
Feb 10 teamcanada'sforgottenpassword commented on How I Discovered Cat Crack: Friskies Surfin' & Turfin' Favorites.
Like hippie children after their first Happy Meal. You are screwed. They will not forget.
Jan 30 teamcanada'sforgottenpassword commented on Police Reports Illustrated: Walking in Seattle While Black.
I have always loved this feature, but this one knocks it out of the park. However I do wish one thing was different - in the video, he can clearly be seen carrying a bag in his other hand at the beginning of the confrontation. Looks like takeout food to me. So he needed a cane in one hand, and was carrying something in the other. There is No. Fucking. Way. he swung that damn cane at any point. You know she's going to try to say it happened off camera when she drove past the first time, but he never would have risked his balance with something in the other hand. Ugh ugh ugh.
Jan 30 teamcanada'sforgottenpassword commented on SL Letter of the Day: Slip and Tell.
If you are really trying to Shake It Off, but just can't seem to manage, then you need to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy That Shit, Yo (by Ms. Swift's lesser known older sister, Missy).
Jan 29 teamcanada'sforgottenpassword commented on SL Letter of the Day: Betrayal and Ball Ache.
*no longer* living a life they find enjoyable.
Jan 29 teamcanada'sforgottenpassword commented on SL Letter of the Day: Betrayal and Ball Ache.
@31 - anger in the short term can be both understandable and useful, as it can help motivate us to do things that are hard but necessary (like leaving a bad marriage). Anger in the long term can be deeply corrosive, and lead to a person longer living a life they find enjoyable. I am totally willing to accept the letter writer's version of events at face value, but that includes seeing that the LW will probably need some help with his anger going forward, especially if that anger is spilling over to his kids. I hope he gets that help. And yes, I would have that same reaction if the genders were reversed.
 

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