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  • inthepaint wrote: View Post
    Gosh If this wasn't on CBC I would think it's a joke, something out of Stephen Colbert/SNL or some late night comedy show:

    "If you're feeling more tired than usual in the midst of this pandemic, that's normal, according to one philosopher.

    As COVID-19 upends daily life,many Canadians are having to make moral calculations that are well out of the ordinary, like whether or not it's responsible to go to the grocery store or take a walk in the park.

    All those new decisions could be leading some to feel moral fatigue, also known as compassion fatigue, says Fordham University law and philosophy professor Michael Baur."

    Common sense is out the window folks, we've officially arrived at peak scardy-cat society.
    Ah yes, compassion fatigue. Common symptom amongst leftists after pouring their bleeding hearts out all day for moral crusades. Poor guys are tuckered out being this thoughtful
    It's Klaw Season. Time to hunt.

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    • golden wrote: View Post

      These are the people who voted for Justin Trudeau..... leader of the compassionate morality brigade. They’re actually eating this sh!t up and love being in their feels 24/7.

      Common sense went out the window loooong before Covid, bro.
      KeonClark wrote: View Post

      Ah yes, compassion fatigue. Common symptom amongst leftists after pouring their bleeding hearts out all day for moral crusades. Poor guys are tuckered out being this thoughtful
      Wrong thread folks. This thread has nothing to do with "Leftist Snowflakes" or whatever you want to make it about. Lol

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      • inthepaint wrote: View Post
        Gosh If this wasn't on CBC I would think it's a joke, something out of Stephen Colbert/SNL or some late night comedy show:

        "If you're feeling more tired than usual in the midst of this pandemic, that's normal, according to one philosopher.

        As COVID-19 upends daily life,many Canadians are having to make moral calculations that are well out of the ordinary, like whether or not it's responsible to go to the grocery store or take a walk in the park.

        All those new decisions could be leading some to feel moral fatigue, also known as compassion fatigue, says Fordham University law and philosophy professor Michael Baur."

        Common sense is out the window folks, we've officially arrived at peak scardy-cat society.
        Consider the source....

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        • High temps for the next three days is 6-6-6
          Coincidence?

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          • KeonClark wrote: View Post

            Ah yes, compassion fatigue. Common symptom amongst leftists after pouring their bleeding hearts out all day for moral crusades. Poor guys are tuckered out being this thoughtful
            Hahahaha

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            • Puffer wrote: View Post

              All of this was warned about by virtually every county's national health authorities. On the other hand, there were probably just as many credible authorities saying that it couldn't happen now with all these national health authorities monitoring the situation. There is a lot of Monday Morning quarterbacking going on. The reports that US intelligence agencies warned the White House about the seriousness of the threat ignores previous US intelligence warnings about Iraq's weapons of Mass Destruction, climate refugees, catastrophic climate change, suitcase nukes and Al Qaeda sleeper cells in the US. It is what it is. Some governments F****d it up, some made the correct call. You tell me if the correct ones were smart or lucky.
              i agree, hug a chinese was a bad idea, but whatever mayor that was still isn't at fault. every death, every infection, every dollar is see's, and the ccp's fault.

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              • Joey wrote: View Post



                Wrong thread folks. This thread has nothing to do with "Leftist Snowflakes" or whatever you want to make it about. Lol
                Sorry Uncle Joey
                It's Klaw Season. Time to hunt.

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                • Alberta just opened up testing to all Albertans as of yesterday. Previously, strict guidelines were in place, though they have slowly been relaxing the rules. Anyone in Ontario and/or Quebec know what is happening there?

                  EDIT: Not to leave out Canadians in other provinces but this is pretty much all about Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary in order. Cookie for anyone who can guess what they have in common?
                  Last edited by slaw; Tue Apr 14, 2020, 11:09 AM.

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                  • slaw wrote: View Post
                    Alberta just opened up testing to all Albertans as of yesterday. Previously, strict guidelines were in place, though they have slowly been relaxing the rules. Anyone in Ontario and/or Quebec know what is happening there?

                    EDIT: Not to leave out Canadians in other provinces but this is pretty much all about Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary in order. Cookie for anyone who can guess what they have in common?
                    No Stanley Cup for the foreseeable future.

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                    • slaw wrote: View Post
                      Alberta just opened up testing to all Albertans as of yesterday. Previously, strict guidelines were in place, though they have slowly been relaxing the rules. Anyone in Ontario and/or Quebec know what is happening there?

                      EDIT: Not to leave out Canadians in other provinces but this is pretty much all about Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary in order. Cookie for anyone who can guess what they have in common?
                      I mean, that's basically the exact order of the 4 most populous cities in Canada (obviously Toronto over MTL, but you get it) ... so I'm guessing it's that? Now where's my cookie?!

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                      • We should see more testing real soon:

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                        • KeonClark wrote: View Post

                          Sorry Uncle Joey

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                          • planetmars wrote: View Post
                            We should see more testing real soon:

                            Amazing how quickly medical advances can be made when given priority funding. Lol
                            The name's Bond, James Bond.

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                            • 007 wrote: View Post

                              Amazing how quickly medical advances can be made when given priority funding. Lol
                              I don't think that company was federally funded - they did it on their own. Kudos to them.

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                              • golden wrote: View Post

                                I don't think that company was federally funded - they did it on their own. Kudos to them.
                                Then there's even more money to be made

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