Yeah, I've read a few of her articles over the years. I think she's hoping to be the Ann Coulter of Canada before she dies - or is stung by a bee.
"you have an inferiority complex. And a small dick."
The Department of Redundancy Department would like to have a word.
How do you like it so far? Any caveats or quibbles?
Past experience with both gas & diesel Golfs has been satisfying.
One of the divisions of my organisation acquired quite a bit of dark fibre for almost next to nothing during the dotcom meltdown as providers were going out of business .
They even have 4 manholes in a 2 mile radius that's "theirs" - the covers have the old corporate name stamped on them.
Are those fiber links really from 2 independent providers? Where my company most needs redundancy, the fiber is owned & maintaned by a single provider and every one is a reseller.
"slow clap" is not an argument.
Congrats on making, by far, the most reasoned & insightful post in this entire discussion.
Re-read my entire statement carefully and you should quickly spot your own mistake.
Would you care to bet there are not an even greater number of counterexamples?
For both (straight) men & the "girls".
After the backlash he's faced, I'm quite sure he's willing to give that a try. But it would be simpler to just segregate them.
I've seen quite a few people make fools of themselves on stage. Some of them hold public office, some are highly respected in their fields, some were just born stupid - and a few were female.
None of them have been forced to resign or even apologize.
So someone who hasn't done something or even been accused of doing something should face serious consequences for saying something offhand outside the theater of work?
Actions have consequences and I agree with that but in the pussified world that we now live in, every oversensitive person gets to demand retribution for their offended feelings.
That's as bad as the segregrated workplace you despise.
Consequences to them being human like the rest of us?