Tag Archives: Mitchell Wilson

Remembering Wilson

“A lot of you cared, just not enough” – Jay Asher, 13 Reasons Why CONFESSIONS – It is that time of year again when the idyllic days of summer begin to fade and we re-immerse ourselves into  the early trappings … Continue reading

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Does Political Correctness Change Racism?

I was as saddened this past week as millions were when Dylann Roof boldly (I’m suppose to use “allegedly” here but he has admitted to his actions) and viciously killed nine people in a historical church in Charleston, South Carolina. … Continue reading

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Bullying the Gimp

Let me start off by commenting on the title of this article.  I have used the term “gimp” for the past sixty years and I am not going to change now just so I can be politically correct.  I am … Continue reading

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Bullying and Role Modelling

This country is yet again deeply disturbed over another teen suicide.  Rehtaeh Parsons, the most recent high profile teen suicide, has pushed Canadians into an emotional high gear and it should.  Prime Minister Stephen Harper has weighted in on this … Continue reading

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