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Oakley sunglasses are very popular among sportsmen

Some of the sports for which sport sunglasses are available are cricket, golf, cycling, hiking, sailing, jogging, motoring, fishing, driving, climbing, tennis etc. All these sports need different types of sport sunglasses.For different style, different budget, different needs there are sport sunglasses are available. For different Oakley Active Belong Sunglasses Speckle sports there are different sunglasses are available. One sunglass for a sport may not be useful in another sport. The conditions, needs, impact are different in different sports, so you will need different sunglasses for different sports. The important elements of sports sunglasses are optical quality, visual enhancement etc. Optical quality will mean the quality of the vision for the user.

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Green vs. NDP

Hello to anyone I hadn't messaged in my introductory post.

In that first thread, I mentioned I like a bit of the platforms of the Liberals, the NDP, and the Greens. But as I visit each party website and read about their policies, I find it hard to differentiate on more than a few areas of policy.

Given that I am a former libertarian who has since "seen the light" (for lack of a better phrase), I am what you might call a free agent looking for a place to belong. I'd like to get more involved on the left, and thought about joining a party - and the more I read the more I've boiled it down to the NDP or the Green Party.

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Attention Catchfire

I've been trying to reply to a PM you sent but I keep getting error messages. Is there an email address I can write you at?

 

Thanks

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Paul Dewar answers babblers' questions February 27th 8pm EST, 5pm PST

NDP leadership candidate Paul Dewar will be on babble to answer your questions on February 27th, 8pm EST, 5pm PST. Babblers were asked a while back to submit questions about his candidacy and his vision for Canada. You can find that thread here.

Please feel free to add more questions in this thread, give your approval of previous questions, and variously discuss Paul's upcoming appearance.

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Brian Topp answers babblers' questions February 22, 2:30 p.m. EST, 11:30 a.m. PST

Brian Topp is the next NDP leadership candidate to answer your questions, here on babble, on February 22nd, 2:30pm EST, 11:30am PST. Babblers were asked a while back to submit questions about his candidacy and his vision for Canada. You can find that thread here.

Please feel free to add more questions in this thread, give your approval of previous questions, and variously discuss Topp's upcoming appearance.

 

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You can buy us love

 

“You can buy us love” is what the banner reads on the rabble.ca site. It is our way of asking for financial support from our readers.

I am babbler 44. I signed up to post on the site when rabble.ca was launched because of my interest in politics, and my desire to see Canada become a better country. 

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Peggy Nash answers babblers' questions, March 2, 3pm PST/6pm EST

 

Peggy Nash will be among the NDP leadership candidate to answer your questions on babble March 2 at 3:00 pm PST/6:00 pm EST. babblers were asked a while back to submit questions about her candidacy and her designs on Stornoway. You can find that thread here.

Please feel free to add more questions in this thread, give your approval of previous questions, and variously discuss Nash's upcoming appearance.

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Gmail questions

I am fairly new to gmail, and was delighted to be able to see use it through my Thunderbird e-mail client using the gmail server (rather than that of my IP). I was astonished at how it synchronized all folders all the time, but now find it decidedly creepy.

If I'm composing an e-mail over a period of time, Google saves all draft versions of that e-mail on its server, in the Trash folder, so that for 30 days, at least, it will have dozens of varying versions of an e-mail I've composed based on - I don't know what it is - thirty-second, one-minute snapshots?

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ChristyClark attacks seniors pharma-care

I recently transitioned from being a worker that had an industrial accident(sawdust inhallation) to being a senior(federal retirement) and now the cost of my meds so that I can breath and still contribute to my community has been jacked to the point of Christy standing on my throat. Why is no one talking about this attack on our parents? It's because the 'noise' of all their other attacks on our civility drown out concerns for mere gray heads. Christy needs a short one way ride to Bellingham.

register this at rant level 4

brian

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Occupying the Lange and O’Leary Exchange

Hey folks,

I read the story on rabble which was taken from the progressive economics forum but I wasn't able to catch the interview last night with Armine Yalnizyan. Does anyone have a link to the video? I'd love to see her put O'Leary in his place.

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CBC Bashing

On November 13 Ottawa-based Free Thinking Film Society is holding and event at Library and Archives Canada billed as "The Biases of the CBC - Film and Panel Discussion."

Although we've seen the public broadcaster bite the hand that feeds it over the decades, regardless of the party in power, and pay the price of political interference (This Hour Has Seven Days controversy being the most memorable), I've never seen such a concerted effort to "go after" the CBC.

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Where can I go to watch old episodes of CBC's counterSpin?

I've been looking everywhere I can think of to find the old episodes of CBC's counterSpin (I've checked YouTube where there's only like a couple episodes, I checked the CBC archive which doesn't even make mention of it!, and everywhere else I can think of). 

Does anyone know where these watchable episodes might be out there in the Web?  I loved that show and there's one that I need to watch again.

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on this person "David Jeffrey Spetch " and his racist/homophobic posts

maybe it's not even worth it, but in the interests of hopefully changing someone's mind (even if it's not the person who made the post but an impressionable reader) i'd like to see the person banned but the thread stay open so we can openly refute the bogus claims and info they're posting.

That way they can't contribute any more racist/homophobic posts but we can at least have a chance to respond.  I know when i read such utter nonsense i just feel a certain emotional need to say something!

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