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Comment: Re:Tormented (Score 1) 142 142

The plot is simple : this guy wakes up with amnesia, doesn't remember who he is. So, he starts browsing through millions of Facebook profiles to figure out his identity. Along the way, he becomes friend with a flying, talking skull (hey, the guy got bored after browsing through a few tens of thousands of profile so he started doing mushrooms) and together they get into some wacky adventures.
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Canadian Judge Orders Disclosure of Anonymous Posters 250 250

debrain writes "The Globe and Mail is reporting that Google and a newspaper called The Coast must disclose all information they have about the identity of individuals who posted anonymous comments online about top firefighters in Halifax. The story in question is titled 'Black firefighters file human rights complaint,' and there are some heated opinions in the comments."

Comment: Re:Do Quebec MPs vote differently? (Score 2, Informative) 311 311

Hell no! Quebec is much more progressive than France in that regard. In fact, one of the reasons that the Tories were unable to get a majority is because they want to introduce legislation to punish young offenders more severely. There was a massive backlash in Quebec to this proposal and the Tories were unable to get more seats in the province.

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