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  1. Cynthia Sonier commented on ViewsEurope about 7 hours ago

    Every time pope Francis says something that smart, I’m less ans less embarassed to call myself a Catholic.

  2. Cynthia Sonier commented on ViewsAfrica about 7 hours ago

    A prime witness of the Rwandan genocide, canadian Romeo Dallaire, pointed out the relationship between France and the Hutu genocidaries as early as 2000 in his book, “shake Hands with the Devil”.

  3. Cynthia Sonier commented on Jeff Stahler about 7 hours ago

    I still remember something an uncle of mine said about this…we were both fans of legend of Zelda and I had read that Shigeru Miyamoto came up with the Zelda universe when he explored caves as a child. I said that in this day and age of paranoia, this just couldn’t take place.

    My uncle himself played hockey on ponds (outside, not a rink…and no NHL 2015 on XBox!), with random friends (no organized leagues) without his parents having to come to every. single. practice. and then complaining that raising a child is too much trouble and he still talked about it with a smile on his face in his 50s.

    But has he said it, “Nowadays, a kid needs a helmet, elbow pads and knee pads to eat jello on the front porch!”

  4. Cynthia Sonier commented on Marshall Ramsey about 8 hours ago

    “I don’t pretend to be a man of the people, but I try to be a man for the people”

    Now, where did that came from? Julius Caesar? Voltaire? Cicero? Socrates?

    No, it was a line from Gladiator.

    All those campaigns to show just how “close to the people” politicians are can be an insult to our intelligence. As if we don’t know they have private chauffeurs!

    That being said, some rich people are better at helping masses than others…

  5. Cynthia Sonier commented on Glenn McCoy about 8 hours ago

    McCoy went out of his way to waste this opportunity to say something interesting about the insanity of religious extremism and just dis Michelle Obama…again, like this had never been done before.

    Oh, well, #HatersGonnaHate

  6. Cynthia Sonier commented on Ken Catalino about 9 hours ago

    Sooky Rottweiler says:
    My human keeps saying that humans who use guns must have as small d1ck…

    I have a theory, then: If humans had tail, they wouldn’t use their guns that much

  7. Cynthia Sonier commented on Stuart Carlson about 9 hours ago

    So true.

    The war in Iraq and a further push to the right has removed all credibility to the republican party until further notice, or serious, serious reform.

    So all serious candidates to the presidency can only come out o one party, the democrats.

    Is that a good thing for a democracy? The answer is, not really.

  8. Cynthia Sonier commented on Steve Breen about 9 hours ago

    I smoke one or two cigarettes a day, but I don’t vape-

    Vape is what hipsters do.

  9. Cynthia Sonier commented on Darrin Bell about 9 hours ago

    I’ve watched a documentary about Apple that makes precisely that point. An iPad is a tool. A nice tool if it does what you need to get done, but still a tool.

    But marketing campaings don’t sell tools, they sell identities.

    I’m for anyone who will buy anything because of what it does. But someone who buys something to be part of a crowd is…cultish…and weird.

  10. Cynthia Sonier commented on Robert Ariail about 9 hours ago

    Stupid humans (by that, I mean, faillible humans) have the government they diserve. Don’t ask an imperfect species to have perfect leaders, especially since negative campaining caters more and more to our flaws as humans.

    Between two imperfects, though, I prefer Hillary and the democrats.