3 weeks ago - reblog — tagged : #ahhhh #this is so good #tu vas me detruire #notre-dame de paris #queue
1 month ago - reblog — tagged : #obsessively looking up let it go covers #because i love the song a lot #but idina menzel's version hurts my ears #frozen #son seung yeon #let it go #video #my posts
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Let’s start with his ravenous, damning attacks on basically all harm reduction initiatives in the city since he’s taken office. The saddest and most alarming bout of hypocrisy, in light of last Thursday’s drug allegations, would have to be his hateful treatment of drug users and attempts to regulate drug usage in Toronto. Robbie has voted against safe injection operatives, street outreach, drug prevention, and community interest programs. Calling Ford a hypocrite is not new, nor is it news. That said, when our mayor is smoking crack in a basement from a shared pipe, he shouldn’t also be out in public taking it upon himself to wrongly inform the public about who is and isn’t at risk for blood-borne infections. But that’s exactly what he did, along with cutting all programs in place for harm reduction and drug education.
Rob Ford has shaken up Toronto’s focus on municipal politics. But basically it’s a lot simpler, and more fun, to make jokes about our hilariously unequipped mayor—but it has led us to ignore some very serious issues. We should stop rubbernecking the figurative car crash that is his mayoral run, long enough to focus on other, critical conversations. Torontonians have largely stopped demanding the simple thing we should require from all of our politicians: accountability. Toronto is damaged. It’s not irreversible, but it’s also directly impacting the most disenfranchised members of our civil society as well as our environment. So maybe we should ease up on tweeting Rob Ford jokes and start talking about all this, at least until he outdoes his performance on that illusive crack tape."
1 month ago - reblog — tagged : #the yelp for every sushi restaurant in toronto #i refuse to read reviews of any food in this city tbh #toronto #queue
1 month ago - reblog — tagged : #YUP #do not even get me started on the fucked up self-delusions this country has i cannot even deal with it #i was so ignorant about canada in general until university #wow we're fucked up #queue