Introducing a great new way to shop

Jul 12, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Brampton Guardian

Vast selection. Great prices. Free shipping. Easy returns. Brampton shoppers now have a new way to shop on the Internet.

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Ira

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Jul 15, 2012
 
ken

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Nov 21, 2012
 
There is no other way to put it,

but erasing the memory of an entire community of people through distorted history that these peeps allow into print,

is a systematic way of deceiving and lying to you.

Not only are we presented with biased history,

but we are also subjected to an ever-growing culture of capitalism,

the like of which, commercialization of an ambiguous holiday like in the USA this month,

merely pulls us away from facts and meaning.

Turkeys are associated with “Thanksgiving” in the same way Santa Clause and the Easter bunny have become synonymous with Christmas and Easter, respectively.

Through the guise of innocence, capitalism is constantly telling us to consume because consumption equals “happiness.”

Tomorrow is not “Black Friday” for nothing...

http://politix.topix.com/homepage/3499-walmar...
Bill

Brampton, Canada

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Nov 22, 2012
 
ken wrote:
There is no other way to put it,
but erasing the memory of an entire community of people through distorted history that these peeps allow into print,
is a systematic way of deceiving and lying to you.
Not only are we presented with biased history,
but we are also subjected to an ever-growing culture of capitalism,
the like of which, commercialization of an ambiguous holiday like in the USA this month,
merely pulls us away from facts and meaning.
Turkeys are associated with “Thanksgiving” in the same way Santa Clause and the Easter bunny have become synonymous with Christmas and Easter, respectively.
Through the guise of innocence, capitalism is constantly telling us to consume because consumption equals “happiness.”
Tomorrow is not “Black Friday” for nothing...
http://politix.topix.com/homepage/3499-walmar...
The world is one big Fake and Marketing ply anyway. Ya think you are telling us anything new?Good grief kenneth.
Bill

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Nov 22, 2012
 

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Wes

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Nov 22, 2012
 

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