Canada growing up when?

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westsidebud wrote:well who would consider anything from the likes of you 2 fools? no one. lol just because i have the courage to say what most ppl wish they had the bails to say , means your just a fan lol.


im part of the move canada forward crowd, stephen and nebula are part of the keep canada in the darkages crowd

nebula considers himself some type of writer , well i have read his attempt at writing , my grandson can write better


stephen considers himself som great voice for the social changes that are needed in canada , yet when he speaks , its from a rightwing im 10 times better then anyone type of arrogance . 2 hypocrites that must have delusion fanatsys about their place in canada.


they represent what is wrong in canada , to much its all about me and if im not the centre of focus or someone else wants to put forth dynamic ideas , then i better try to derail what that person is saying or else im going to look silly.

i want canada to be a leader in how the world should be, unfortunatly ppl like nebula and stephen want to keep canada the americans lil puppy , following our master.


I'm sure there was some ill-informed and misguided insult in there directed at me and I have to apologize. I'm only versed in English when it comes to the written and spoken word. I have no reason to doubt that you might have some form of point but I don't understand the language you're writing in. Could you find a interpreter maybe?
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steven lloyd wrote:
westsidebud wrote:well who would consider anything from the likes of you 2 fools? no one. lol just because i have the courage to say what most ppl wish they had the bails to say , means your just a fan lol.


im part of the move canada forward crowd, stephen and nebula are part of the keep canada in the darkages crowd

nebula considers himself some type of writer , well i have read his attempt at writing , my grandson can write better


stephen considers himself som great voice for the social changes that are needed in canada , yet when he speaks , its from a rightwing im 10 times better then anyone type of arrogance . 2 hypocrites that must have delusion fanatsys about their place in canada.


they represent what is wrong in canada , to much its all about me and if im not the centre of focus or someone else wants to put forth dynamic ideas , then i better try to derail what that person is saying or else im going to look silly.

i want canada to be a leader in how the world should be, unfortunatly ppl like nebula and stephen want to keep canada the americans lil puppy , following our master.


I'm sure there was some ill-informed and misguided insult in there directed at me and I have to apologize. I'm only versed in English when it comes to the written and spoken word. I have no reason to doubt that you might have some form of point but I don't understand the language you're writing in. Could you find a interpreter maybe?



by Jo » Jun 9th, 2008, 1:45 pm

Too many members are taking other members to task over grammar and spelling errors. I think most of us have our pet peeves about such things (I like paragraph breaks, for example, and rarely read a long post that doesn't contain such breaks), however this board is not a classroom and the posts are not meant to be graded.

There are a couple of points I'd like to make:

1. The habit of correcting others for grammatical/spelling errors is rude. It is not your job, nor is there any place for such 'education' on this board. It pays to keep in mind that while it is not against the rules to make grammatical/spelling errors, it is against the rules to badger others about it.

2. I've noticed, with amusement, that people who feel the need to correct others invariably make plenty of their own grammatical and spelling errors. You know what they say about glass houses.

Well-meaning or not (and it is rarely well-meaning), please do not advise others on grammatical/spelling errors. If their failure to live up to your lofty standards offends, don't read their posts!
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steven lloyd wrote:
westsidebud wrote:well who would consider anything from the likes of you 2 fools? no one. lol just because i have the courage to say what most ppl wish they had the bails to say , means your just a fan lol.


im part of the move canada forward crowd, stephen and nebula are part of the keep canada in the darkages crowd

nebula considers himself some type of writer , well i have read his attempt at writing , my grandson can write better


stephen considers himself som great voice for the social changes that are needed in canada , yet when he speaks , its from a rightwing im 10 times better then anyone type of arrogance . 2 hypocrites that must have delusion fanatsys about their place in canada.


they represent what is wrong in canada , to much its all about me and if im not the centre of focus or someone else wants to put forth dynamic ideas , then i better try to derail what that person is saying or else im going to look silly.

i want canada to be a leader in how the world should be, unfortunatly ppl like nebula and stephen want to keep canada the americans lil puppy , following our master.


I'm sure there was some ill-informed and misguided insult in there directed at me and I have to apologize. I'm only versed in English when it comes to the written and spoken word. I have no reason to doubt that you might have some form of point but I don't understand the language you're writing in. Could you find a interpreter maybe?

theres no need to insult you , every time you speak, both your feet end up in your mouth
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westsidebud wrote:i would like to know, when will canada as a whole country and attitude grow up?

its time to reform our drug laws, its time to legalize prostatution.

its time to clean up our enviroment, its time to tell big companies that pollutue to clean up or get out.

its time all ppl had the same chance to get ahead, its time right wing thinking was put where it belongs , in the history books.


its time any politician gets even suspected of wrong doing, your gone, no pension, nothing,

its time our policeforces were made accounntable, no more sweeping under the rug.

its time we stand up to the americans and tell them if we disagree with you and you try and react, we will consider it a hostile act, we dont owe them anything.

its time evry child had proper healthcare.

its time to end poverty


Back on topic ..........

Once you've banished the right wingers to the history books, would you mind telling me where the jobs are going to come from? No jobs, no taxes, no funding for all the rest of the things on your list. It's the right wingers that create the industries/businesses that create the jobs that pay the taxes that fund the government.

But if you have an alternative, I would love to hear it. Seriously.

And if you don't agree with me, would you kindly refrain from hurling personal insults like you did to everyone else here. Thanks.
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This I can read:

by Jo » Jun 9th, 2008, 1:45 pm

Too many members are taking other members to task over grammar and spelling errors. I think most of us have our pet peeves about such things (I like paragraph breaks, for example, and rarely read a long post that doesn't contain such breaks), however this board is not a classroom and the posts are not meant to be graded.

There are a couple of points I'd like to make:

1. The habit of correcting others for grammatical/spelling errors is rude. It is not your job, nor is there any place for such 'education' on this board. It pays to keep in mind that while it is not against the rules to make grammatical/spelling errors, it is against the rules to badger others about it.

2. I've noticed, with amusement, that people who feel the need to correct others invariably make plenty of their own grammatical and spelling errors. You know what they say about glass houses.

Well-meaning or not (and it is rarely well-meaning), please do not advise others on grammatical/spelling errors. If their failure to live up to your lofty standards offends, don't read their posts!

This makes no sense:

westsidebud wrote:well who would consider anything from the likes of you 2 fools? no one. lol just because i have the courage to say what most ppl wish they had the bails to say , means your just a fan lol. im part of the move canada forward crowd, stephen and nebula are part of the keep canada in the darkages crowd nebula considers himself some type of writer , well i have read his attempt at writing , my grandson can write better stephen considers himself som great voice for the social changes that are needed in canada , yet when he speaks , its from a rightwing im 10 times better then anyone type of arrogance . 2 hypocrites that must have delusion fanatsys about their place in canada. they represent what is wrong in canada , to much its all about me and if im not the centre of focus or someone else wants to put forth dynamic ideas , then i better try to derail what that person is saying or else im going to look silly. i want canada to be a leader in how the world should be, unfortunatly ppl like nebula and stephen want to keep canada the americans lil puppy , following our master.


As much as it is a pet peeve, I’m not pointing this out to insult you. I really believe that you probably have some good points to make that should at least be considered seriously by readers. Unfortunately this will never happen if we can’t even read what you’re posting.

I frequently make the odd spelling mistake or grammatical error but at least a reader can get my meaning. Much of the time your pots are nothing more than gibberish, and I know you have a point to make. Given your passion for ... something (we can’t understand what you’re posting) I can’t believe you are so complacent that you wouldn’t want to try and be understood. Do you care about what you’re saying ? Do you think we should care about it ?

If you care about what you’re saying and you think we should care about what you’re saying then you better start caring about what you’re saying.
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I'm sure there are some good points in there somewhere, this is by no means an insult, but it truly is tough to wade through.

I'll only coment on one thing...Companies that pollute ...get out...

They are already doing this, instead of pouring millions into attempting to 'green' up they just pick up and move to a country not as stringent with the enviro-laws, they are not any cleaner running, on the contrary, they are more than likely polluting even more than ever.

All that has changed is the unemployment rate in our Country, and the quality of the product being produced once it does make it back here..

How is that better for the Planet as a whole???

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wsb, I made a general comment about spelling (you took it I was talking about you) and you responded with direct slams and belittling. For that, I shall take Jo's advice and bow out. Hasta la vista!
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steven lloyd wrote:*repost without the personal attack/Jo*


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grammafreddy wrote:
westsidebud wrote:i would like to know, when will canada as a whole country and attitude grow up?

its time to reform our drug laws, its time to legalize prostatution.

its time to clean up our enviroment, its time to tell big companies that pollutue to clean up or get out.

its time all ppl had the same chance to get ahead, its time right wing thinking was put where it belongs , in the history books.


its time any politician gets even suspected of wrong doing, your gone, no pension, nothing,

its time our policeforces were made accounntable, no more sweeping under the rug.

its time we stand up to the americans and tell them if we disagree with you and you try and react, we will consider it a hostile act, we dont owe them anything.

its time evry child had proper healthcare.

its time to end poverty


Back on topic ..........

Once you've banished the right wingers to the history books, would you mind telling me where the jobs are going to come from? No jobs, no taxes, no funding for all the rest of the things on your list. It's the right wingers that create the industries/businesses that create the jobs that pay the taxes that fund the government.

But if you have an alternative, I would love to hear it. Seriously.

And if you don't agree with me, would you kindly refrain from hurling personal insults like you did to everyone else here. Thanks.

well unless ur blind look who said what first .the posts speak for them selfs and in what order
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for gramma


It's time for some people to learn to spell. At least sometimes.

westsidebud, this may be difficult for you to comprehend, but many people would not agree that the points you raise constitute a country growing up. first insult posted by nebula

*repost without the personal attack/Jo* second posted by stephen

Sorry, I have to agree. Westside-your ramblings and rants have no credibility. In fact, for the most part they are impossible to read. If you want to be understood, maybe try a grammar/writing class. Then we can discuss growing up.third posted by animal lover


all i did was defend myself against personal attacks instead of talking bout the subject, so try n get your stories straight .


to answer your question to have all them things that do make a country good is a leader who actually cares about the ppl in canada . because if canadians are doing good then the country will be doing good. its that simple


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steven lloyd wrote:This I can read:

by Jo » Jun 9th, 2008, 1:45 pm

Too many members are taking other members to task over grammar and spelling errors. I think most of us have our pet peeves about such things (I like paragraph breaks, for example, and rarely read a long post that doesn't contain such breaks), however this board is not a classroom and the posts are not meant to be graded.

There are a couple of points I'd like to make:

1. The habit of correcting others for grammatical/spelling errors is rude. It is not your job, nor is there any place for such 'education' on this board. It pays to keep in mind that while it is not against the rules to make grammatical/spelling errors, it is against the rules to badger others about it.

2. I've noticed, with amusement, that people who feel the need to correct others invariably make plenty of their own grammatical and spelling errors. You know what they say about glass houses.

Well-meaning or not (and it is rarely well-meaning), please do not advise others on grammatical/spelling errors. If their failure to live up to your lofty standards offends, don't read their posts!

This makes no sense:

westsidebud wrote:well who would consider anything from the likes of you 2 fools? no one. lol just because i have the courage to say what most ppl wish they had the bails to say , means your just a fan lol. im part of the move canada forward crowd, stephen and nebula are part of the keep canada in the darkages crowd nebula considers himself some type of writer , well i have read his attempt at writing , my grandson can write better stephen considers himself som great voice for the social changes that are needed in canada , yet when he speaks , its from a rightwing im 10 times better then anyone type of arrogance . 2 hypocrites that must have delusion fanatsys about their place in canada. they represent what is wrong in canada , to much its all about me and if im not the centre of focus or someone else wants to put forth dynamic ideas , then i better try to derail what that person is saying or else im going to look silly. i want canada to be a leader in how the world should be, unfortunatly ppl like nebula and stephen want to keep canada the americans lil puppy , following our master.


As much as it is a pet peeve, I’m not pointing this out to insult you. I really believe that you probably have some good points to make that should at least be considered seriously by readers. Unfortunately this will never happen if we can’t even read what you’re posting.

I frequently make the odd spelling mistake or grammatical error but at least a reader can get my meaning. Much of the time your pots are nothing more than gibberish, and I know you have a point to make. Given your passion for ... something (we can’t understand what you’re posting) I can’t believe you are so complacent that you wouldn’t want to try and be understood. Do you care about what you’re saying ? Do you think we should care about it ?

If you care about what you’re saying and you think we should care about what you’re saying then you better start caring about what you’re saying.

well read the rules and obey them. if i was jo anyone that even mentions anyones spelling or grammar would be on 2 week holiday . but thats just me . with out mincing words you wanna be english teachers just come across being silly everytime you same ppl doit. half the board laughs at you ppl when you do it .im just tryn save you some embarassment
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