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  1. I will watch the Oscars this year. True I have not seen a really good movie in a while. I still have not seen some that have been nominated this year i.e. Barbie but love Billie Eilish
  2. I heard the radio playing both sides now - Joni Mitchell - hmmm it sounded even better on the radio, she is good.
  3. Sports fan over here. Watched the entire game. We the Swifties LOL, we won. The half time, there must have been better ones. All I can say about that.
  4. Thanks August... Isn't CPP a safety net? and for some population it works. The bad math figures - a fellow contracted cancer at 58 and told by the doctor maybe it is curable or not. So he decides to collect CPP say the arbitrary number $250.00 per month. Or he also dies and not collect. Well, he can also wait to 67 years old and collect $1500.
  5. Did you watch the Grammys? For the longest while I had lost interest in these award shows. But, last night I actually watch the thing, some pieces "nah" but overall I quite enjoyed it.
  6. Since you work, the government sends a letter and informs you the amounts you can receive at age 59, or 60 or 65. Up you weight your choices.
  7. My neighbor in her thirties lost her spouse three weeks ago to COVID. However she and her kid are not doing well. Maybe there is some explanation for those that remain behind.
  8. I agree that people have many choices in life. However good choices lead to good health, well-being, happiness etc - a reason to live. Not so good choices well lead to paths which "fully support the right of anyone else to not do so, and I fully support giving them the means to not do so if they want ". What if I mentioned that people who have wishes to die are linked to many factors/symptoms and likely if people knew how to get out of their despair/pain/impulsiveness they really do not want to die - nearly all of the people. Weighing the pros and cons - it is better to be alive than not. I would point out to those reading here, to reach out to friends and trusted folks should you have some of these questions about life, and that there are always better life choices, things usually turn the corner. (RB)
  9. I stopped by today and saw this the topic is still alive (pardon the pun) I have calculated that you should remain alive until your natural death (good/alive vs dead). And even if you have the worst illnesses in the world you are still better off alive than dead.
  10. Health for kids - if you don't know ask the Google doctor, or the good doctor can outline healthy choices. How about eating anything in sight but try some exercise. That is healthy.
  11. "Census Profile, 2016 Census". Statistics Canada. 72.9% over Canadian pop is European/White vs 22.3 Visible Minority. The statistics show some groups are systematically and systemically not treated fairly under various "conditions/test". The protest is to change "ideas Canada has nothing to make up for, at least not for visible minority members".
  12. They lost. The other team was superior. Everyone can develop abilities, we can have less money for great talent. They need to practice and work together. They are good. Just not yesterday.
  13. there were many wars before, but the US continue to go to war - maybe many people are employed during wars, a lot of technology also get sold etc. people become employed with the rebuilding some folks submitted blueprint for 3D printing as a solution I don't follow if there is a disdain to "build" operative word
  14. I always have hope - so I go to see the Leaf game first, but BIG Bruins fan
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