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J.J. McCullough
Vlogger/writer/artist/conservative/non-stereotypical Canadian. Weekly columnist for . Watch my channel! jjmccullough@gmail.com
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J.J. McCullough 45s
Someone said to me today that my videos are fundamentally all about “how to organize your thinking on a specific topic.” I kind of like that summary.
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Replying to @camfess
I fully endorse this. Can you believe I drew that picture of you 15 years ago?
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J.J. McCullough 4h
I don’t want to hear any more pompous lectures about the robust accountability measures of the “Westminster parliamentary system”
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J.J. McCullough 5h
Happy for the opportunity! We covered a lot of ground!
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J.J. McCullough 8h
I imagine many can relate
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cameron maitland 12h
I think 8 months in to this pandemic, everyone can agree that we want something else To get us through this Semi-charmed kinda life Baby BABY
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New York Times Pitchbot 12h
Scientists say there is ice on the moon. In this Ohio bar, they aren’t so sure
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J.J. McCullough 12h
I’ve been wearing glasses lately and I’ve gained a ton of empathy for the struggles of this lifestyle. The difficulty that comes with managing a mask with glasses can’t be understated, and it only increases once you add in additional face props like AirPods, a hat, a hood etc.
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Mat Vaillancourt 13h
I agree, BC right now are like the Atlantic provinces in some ways. On the other hand, in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, QC City life is not normal right now. It's just most of Cdn media is concentrated in that axis.
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J.J. McCullough 14h
Canadians are experiencing Covid in very, very distinctive ways depending on where you live. Here in BC, disruptions have been so mild and it feels like 95% of life is normal as ever. In Ontario meanwhile, you have endless stress over much stricter lockdowns. And in Quebec...
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J.J. McCullough 14h
Replying to @DouthatNYT
There’s always been a lot of neoliberals in the Republican Party. I don’t think it’s all that odd or unpredictable that many conservative judges would be persuaded by libertarian arguments.
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Neoliberal 🌐 Oct 25
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Stephen Taylor Oct 25
This is the laziest fact check I've ever seen. You know we can see the photo right?
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J.J. McCullough Oct 25
Is this really that impressive? I mean there’s a pandemic and we only just barely passed the 2016 numbers. You would have figured advance voting would be in a completely different stratosphere this year, not neck-in-neck with a normal year.
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J.J. McCullough Oct 25
Replying to @ujjaldosanjh
I vividly remember the 2001 signs being much-discussed, because they came at a point where the NDP’s public support was rock-bottom. You’ll notice the posters don’t even say “NDP” and instead play up , who was seen as the party’s biggest asset at the time.
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J.J. McCullough Oct 25
I made a graphic of the evolution of yard signs, from when they lost their last majority government in 2001, to when they regained it last night.
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J.J. McCullough Oct 25
Got to love this biased framing. CBC could have just as easily gone with something like "stagnant Greens fail to expand tiny 3-seat caucus — now poised to lose influence in legislature as NDP grabs solid majority."
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J.J. McCullough Oct 25
Quebec’s been a Covid disaster with half of all Canadian cases. And yet their provincial government remains hugely popular. The Canadian press is trying to ignore telling this story, as they try to ignore most stories of Quebec weirdness these days.
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J.J. McCullough Oct 25
Woke Serbia has a female LGBT prime minister, female speaker of the House, female central bank governor, and 40% female parliament. Broke Trudeau must be jelly no one is writing stories like this about his government anymore.
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J.J. McCullough Oct 25
Tiny third-place parties don’t hold majority governments to anything. Best news out of BC last night was that the Green Party has gained zero seats and will have absolutely no power or influence in the province over the next four years.
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