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Michael Bednarski
CN Tower Edge-walker. Hate vegetables. Love The Simpsons. Photo: between Poland (L) and Czech Republic (R) at Neisse River (not in photo).
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Michael Bednarski 3h
Replying to @alfonslopeztena
I saw a bus doing that!
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Michael Bednarski 3h
Teachers would just be helping with the privatization of education.
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Michael Bednarski 3h
Replying to @alfonslopeztena
It must be a super streamlined train since there are very few ripples. Let's hope such a train is waterproof and can run on electricity underwater.
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Michael Bednarski 4h
Publicly funded teachers do not do the dirty work for private companies and the Ford government.
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Marit Stiles 5h
BREAKING: shopping for e-learning intel fr guidance counsellors w $50 gift cards. Ontario’s education system is apparently “Open for Business” and it’s students that will pay the price. asks members not to participate.
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Michael Bednarski 5h
If the Liberals can support electoral reform through proportional representation rather than side with the right-wing Conservatives to keep the antiquated First-Past-the-Post voting system, I will stop attacking the Liberals.
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Michael Bednarski 5h
Replying to @JudyLand @maritstiles
Let's just have the give the Liberals a by. No, thanks.
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Michael Bednarski 5h
Replying to @maritstiles
Just because the and the Conservatives may oppose the Liberals on an issue, it doesn't mean that the NDP is supporting the Conservatives. The two parties may be opposing the Liberals for very different reasons.
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Michael Bednarski 5h
Pedestrianizing streets will never happen in Toronto as long as is the mayor.
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Michael Bednarski 10h
Is Joe Biden Republican-lite?
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Michael Bednarski 18h
Replying to @AOC @DJDynamicNC
Trumpy spliced video?
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Michael Bednarski 18h
Where the Greens can perform well is in places where the NDP perform poorly such as in the suburbs around Toronto. Remember that the next election will be about (political) culture rather than policies.
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Michael Bednarski 18h
The Liberals will be a wildcard depending on the leader whom they may pick. The NDP has a strong legislative leader with Andrea Horwath. However, her party needs to become more media savvy by creating media opportunities.
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Michael Bednarski 18h
Of course, what Conservatives have learned is that the next provincial election will not be about policies; it will be about culture. Doug Ford and the Conservatives will represent themselves as Classic Ontario against the other parties which support freaky ideas.
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Michael Bednarski 19h
I think the problem was not whether or not Erin Weir committed some offence. It was that he did not have an opportunity to face a clear process where he could challenge accusations against him.
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Michael Bednarski May 24
Replying to @christoaivalis
Stephen Harper was smart enough to piss off a few groups of people. Doug Ford seems ro be pissing off everyone.
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John May 24
I am definitely anti violence.... but if I were to break my rule it would be to throw green shakes at these fuckers.
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Michael Bednarski May 24
Replying to @gkielec
I have seen super fast trains go through train stations. There is no time to react.
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Michael Bednarski May 24
When it's early in the morning and I am reading something else that is rubbery. It ain't "docks": "$78 pens, 5,200 rubber ducks among $6.7M in promo items bought by feds"
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Michael Bednarski May 23
Replying to @CoryJudson
Municipalities could cut at least four percent in spending. Doug Ford will still cut transfers to them even more after that.
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