Really funny and lots of great action.
Really funny and lots of great action.
Edit: as points out, the article is a tad biased. Original study can be found here:
The Conservatives really are the Borg.
But then came the failed appointment of Justice Nadon, whom the Supreme Court rejected as legally unqualified. Afterward, The Globe published a story on the secret short list behind his appointment, and the government responded by cancelling parliamentary involvement in screening, according to a Justice Department document released in response to a Liberal Party request. It also cancelled the public hearings of appointees. Justice Brown is the third judge appointed to the Supreme Court in 15 months without parliamentary involvement.
My, my... someone took things a bit personally, didn't they?
So much for accountability or openness.
Microsoft's new Browser, Edge, doesn't seem to work at all... every time I attempt to launch it the browser displays a blank page, and the cursor displays the "loading" circle, but doesn't seem to actually load anything. Not overly impressed with Edge, I have to say.
Thankfully Chrome seems to run fine.
I'm really interested in Edge - it's supposed to be quite good - but for whatever reason, it's not running on my laptop, and I can't seem to find anything online to suggest a fix.
Congratulations to Sgt. Danylyshyn - well done!
Um, does that sound like blackmail to anyone else?
Enough is enough! Show some integrity and step down now!
I will not tolerate anyone using my posts for their personal soapbox or to push their own agendas. That type of behaviour will result in your post being deleted and / or you getting blocked.
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