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Category Archives: Ethics
This is for anyone who’s asked me for ANYTHING in the last three years in social media and|or Life and who hasn’t said thank you. If that means you, you’re seeming like an entitled asshat, and here’s why. Let’s have a chat. If you have a question about cooking, something you need help on or want [...]
As the dust settles from Vancouver’s riots, a controversy brews. Public shaming is Vancouver’s new favourite past-time. Know a rioter? Expose that ass! But should we be doing this? Some folks have very different opinions, and the loudest voice one hears on the matter is by local professor & author Alexandra Samuel, who explains her opposition very [...]
There are bad people in this world. Really bad. Then there are people like this, who are just demented and cruel, who enjoy inflicting emotional pain but would never have the balls to get physical about it. Long story short? “How it started depends on who you ask. It escalated into frequent calls to police and personal protection [...]
Yesterday a local Vancouver paper asked a question on its Facebook page: “Do you think more could be done to combat homophobia?” In the ensuing comments, a White Pride freak — who I’m really fucking wanting to identify by name here but don’t feel like dealing with the legal hassle as a little blogger girl [...]
“Either it’ll move me or it’ll move right through me.” - Gordon Downie Lately, life dictates that I consider my creative avenues and where my priorities lie, like anyone who choses a creative life to pursue. The “money” route is easier. Always is. Paying rent’s so rewarding, never mind buying food. But I was raised [...]
I actually am somewhat empathetic with the “pro” stance on this issue. People are mean. Many folks have thin skin. Protecting the weaker is what the stronger should do. But at what cost? So, when in doubt, I say educate and don’t overly interfere. Read on. _____________ Hey, I know what we should do. We should [...]