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    [–] Justin Trudeau Is ‘Very Concerned’ With FCC’s Plan to Roll Back Net Neutrality: “We need to continue to defend net neutrality” Andythehoff 2 points ago in worldnews

    Yeah I kinda hate that. Been with Shaw for a while, and I have got any discounts, but newcomers get their bill half off (exaggeration) while I still pay full for being a loyal customer.

    [–] Justin Trudeau Is ‘Very Concerned’ With FCC’s Plan to Roll Back Net Neutrality: “We need to continue to defend net neutrality” Andythehoff 2 points ago in worldnews

    Agreed. Glad to here there is some bipartisanship between some right and left here, willing to admit that their leaders are flawed. Though Harper was a hardliner, I feel Trudeau is the opposite, a bit of a push over. But like you said, our best defence is our general likability or lack of reasons to be really hated.

    Thanks for reminding me no matter the party, we are still humans, and we should always put that first. :)

    [–] Justin Trudeau Is ‘Very Concerned’ With FCC’s Plan to Roll Back Net Neutrality: “We need to continue to defend net neutrality” Andythehoff 3 points ago in worldnews

    I’m a Canadian. Though recently I haven’t been really acting like one. I love our country, and I know Trudeau ain’t the best. Just Harper didn’t match my social or economic beliefs, but it’s cool if he matched yours... or even Mulcair if your ndp. Guess the last year just has been less then unitive, and I’ve become a bit of a divisive one myself.

    [–] Justin Trudeau Is ‘Very Concerned’ With FCC’s Plan to Roll Back Net Neutrality: “We need to continue to defend net neutrality” Andythehoff 412 points ago * (lasted edited 20 days ago) in worldnews

    At least they don’t divide and conquer pieces of the country. Rogers, Shaw and Telus share the same zone of influence, so there is some competition between them... unlike a certain red white and blue loving country.

    [–] Misspelled Star Wars in google, was not disappointed. Andythehoff 2 points ago in funny

    Can... can I buy a poster of this? My brother loves studying about Russia from early tsarism to the end of the Soviet Union and I think he’d get a laugh out of this.

    [–] [Giveaway] Battlefield 1 Andythehoff 1 points ago in xboxone

    Hey there, thanks for posting here mate :)

    [–] Loud and clear. Andythehoff 0 points ago in funny

    I don’t know, as a bi-man, I chuckled a bit

    [–] Delivering pizza taught me that rich people tip worse than poor people. Andythehoff 3 points ago in Showerthoughts

    It depends on the size of the delivery. 10-20% tip is the norm usually here in the great white north

    [–] No, no im sorry they are all mine! Andythehoff 2 points ago in funny

    Can agree, need to buy one for grandma.

    [–] French prime minister taunts Trump as ‘scared of the future’ and compares him to an ostrich Andythehoff 6 points ago in worldnews

    Yes, if wellness means sticking to a energy source that's quickly growing obsolete, were newer, cleaner, and possibly cheaper alternatives (if global investment increases) exist. Down the road, the US will have to upgrade or risk being outdone by everyone else. Why not lead the charge in creating a cleaner world? Give the US a better footing in how the world operates? To keep oil tycoons happy? It's like someone trying to defend whale oil lamps are the primary source of light when the lightbulb is invented. "Sorry mate, but the lamp is outdone. Bulbs stay on longer, give off better light and don't risk causing fires." Same goes for solar/water energy.

    Oil you have the risk of spillage (which over 9.5 million gallons already have in the USA alone; (https://www.google.ca/amp/s/amp.businessinsider.com/how-much-oil-spills-from-pipelines-us-america-natural-gas-2016-12) though this article is out of date by a few months so there probably more.) not to mention the wreckage to the environment just to get the oil out, tearing animals out of their homes.

    I'm sorry, but oil and coal is just not worth it anymore. It may be cheaper now, but the cheapest option isn't the best. Renewables may be expensive now, but they pay for themselves in the long run.