People are People

I believe dating in this century is inexplicably more relaxed; however, there is so much more obstacles for everyone. I love the word inexplicably because it is incapable of being explained, interpreted, or accounted. For example, dating is a term over-embellished. You go to a night club you get on the dance floor and buss a move in front of a girl she doesn’t leave your dating. You’re at the mall you ask a woman for directions to a lingerie store, and she says come along I’ll show you. We precede to the lingerie store your eyes notice another babe … Continue reading People are People


  I read your article titled “something has got to give” I believe it is more profound than an article. It is more self-analysis of a successful career person. I liked the writing because it focused on a percentage of men today who recognise the growth of women in business, politics and entertainment industry dating from the 1960s to present. Young men, a decade from now may not understand the difference between a career woman in the 1960s compared to today or a decade from now. One particular setback in the article is its lack of attention to immigrant women, … Continue reading Feminism

SOCCER TRAINING   Soccer is perhaps the most demanding of all sports. In the modern game (at any level) soccer training and conditioning is essential. Few sports are played on as large a playing field, lasting as long and without regular rest periods. Players cover 8-12km during a match, consisting of 24% walking, 36% jogging, 20% coursing, 11% sprinting, 7% moving backwards and 2% moving whilst in possession of the ball (1). Soccer players posses excellent endurance with VO2max reported to range between 55 and 70 ml/kg/min in elite performers (2,3). The game is played at an average intensity close to the lactate threshold – … Continue reading SOCCER TRAINING


A substantial amount of discussion has evolved around the migration of Mexican and international workers for seasonal work in Canada’s fruit and vegetable industry. They are people who believe the contribution of migrant’s workers is endless in that Canadians do not seek this type of work anymore. They are those who view migration in primarily negative term. For example, migrants, devalue the community and disrupt other businesses. The pessimistic followers believe that immigrants contribute to the economy, however, not enough to consider them a good force within Canada. The assignment involves an in-depth look at the micro, mezzo, and macro … Continue reading EL CONTRATO STORY/MIGRANT WORKERS IN THE CANADIAN SYSTEM.

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We Must Never Forget Racism alive and well at a few events in Toronto. Nonetheless, blacks still attend. Goes back to 2006.

Miss CHIN Bikini Pageant (Please read comments below) Please read comments below! 1. Jason “pyro” Putt (48 months ago | reply) ride her cowboy >:) 2. hc916 (48 months ago | reply) Daniel, Yes I saw this incident, which was one row behind me, and was disturbed by it. I was upset the police only arrested the black man, and I believe all three white men involved should have been arrested as well. This old and rude white man, earlier in the day, had told me to move as well. Thanks for writing about this incident. I was too disturbed … Continue reading We Must Never Forget Racism alive and well at a few events in Toronto. Nonetheless, blacks still attend. Goes back to 2006.