dirtybeacher

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  1. dirtybeacher

    Spring/Summer 2018

    Which one of you guys were in Wasaga today? You forgot to take something home.
  2. dirtybeacher

    *** OFFICIAL Doug Ford thread ***

    I’m not old enough to golf
  3. dirtybeacher

    Pot Day October 17th

    Fixed it
  4. dirtybeacher

    Pot Day October 17th

    That didn’t take long. 🤣
  5. dirtybeacher

    Pot Day October 17th

    I’ll just leave this here. Table 1. Adverse Effects of Short-Term Use and Long-Term or Heavy Use of Marijuana. Effects of short-term use Impaired short-term memory, making it difficult to learn and to retain infor- mation Impaired motor coordination, interfering with driving skills and increasing the risk of injuries Altered judgment, increasing the risk of sexual behaviors that facilitate the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases In high doses, paranoia and psychosis Effects of long-term or heavy use Addiction (in about 9% of users overall, 17% of those who begin use in ado- lescence, and 25 to 50% of those who are daily users)* Altered brain development* Poor educational outcome, with increased likelihood of dropping out of school* Cognitive impairment, with lower IQ among those who were frequent users during adolescence* Diminished life satisfaction and achievement (determined on the basis of subjective and objective measures as compared with such ratings in the general population)* Symptoms of chronic bronchitis Increased risk of chronic psychosis disorders (including schizophrenia) in persons with a predisposition to such disorders http://northstarbehavioral.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Adverse-Health-FX-Cannabis-Volkow-NEJM-2014.pdf
  6. dirtybeacher

    *** OFFICIAL Doug Ford thread ***

    The government does. 😂
  7. dirtybeacher

    *** OFFICIAL Doug Ford thread ***

    Company A spends money to be carbon compliant, overhead increases Company B buys credits because it’s cheaper than investing in carbon compliance, overhead increases. Consumer pays more to cover company’s increased overhead. There is a way to lower it, say no to a new carbon pricing policy.
  8. dirtybeacher

    *** OFFICIAL Doug Ford thread ***

    They are the same. The difference is how it is collected. Don’t try to sugar coat it. At least with a tax, we can see on our bills, how much the taxpayer is contributing. Under cap trade, do you think business’s are going to absorb their purchases of carbon credits, hurting their bottom line? At the end of the day, we are paying more on a new carbon policy. As for companies that have already paid, we should refund them, since the money hasn’t (shouldn’t of) been spent yet. Youve got it all backwards, Doug will save Ontario and business’s billions.
  9. dirtybeacher

    *** OFFICIAL Doug Ford thread ***

    Libs are dwelling on the semantics of carbon tax and cap and trade, attempting to downplay it. At the end of the day, we are paying more than we used to, as mandated by the feds carbon pricing that came in effect Jan 1. So if people want to reefer to cap trade as a carbon tax, so be it. Get over it. PEI just joined the fight against the feds carbon pricing, along with sask, ont, and soon Alberta. You say Doug won’t be able to stop this, what about the other provinces? It just takes one of them to succeed to set the precedent
  10. dirtybeacher

    Spring/Summer 2018

    No, a buddy took the pic yesterday.
  11. dirtybeacher

    *** OFFICIAL Doug Ford thread ***

    Haha, ya, they all got tired of making millions off the taxpayer, and needed a break. Ha
  12. dirtybeacher

    *** OFFICIAL Doug Ford thread ***

    Remember when they said Ford couldn’t fire the six million dollar man? Remember when they said we would have to pay out a 10 million dollar severance to him? Haha
  13. dirtybeacher

    Spring/Summer 2018

    Just another day in muskoka
  14. dirtybeacher

    Justin Trudeau is Doing a Great Job

    And the hits keep coming https://nationalpost.com/opinion/ottawa-hides-its-carbon-tax-math-while-saskatchewan-crunches-the-numbers