- Reaction score
That system do one big deplorable thing. It take a bunch of kid that manage to pervert everything we teach them into a « old boys club » in winch they spend the rest of there career protecting each other because they perceived that they are untouchable and have to protect le club above the service to Canada.I was in a meeting once where someone actually knocked their ring on the table to interject a point; I'm not sure if it was intentional but there was a few of us laughing at them fairly openly until we could get ourselves under control; I thought it was just an absurd stereotype but not something that would actually happen, especially when they weren't being ironic or something as a joke.
Probably a good example of the worse kind of RMC grad, but probably would have just been a bit insufferable in a different way if they had gone somewhere else (or might just have knocked a grad ring from whatever university they went to instead).
When we are so strapped for people, tying up a lot working as instructors, divOs etc to deliver an undergrad program doesn't make sense to me, when we have all kinds of excellent universities in Canada that do it better for cheaper. The infrastructure required to deliver a university program for a school with less students than my high school is a bit mind boggling. Our actual training establishments for trades training are usually strapped for people and resources, so I think we'd be better off using that and just focusing on the core military trades training. Along those lines, lots of relevant core technical trades that can be delivered in partnership with different colleges, which we've pulled away from.
Ghislane Maxwell's trial was barely covered by comparison. Of course the victims of Epstein, Maxwell and Andrew - the victims were children - weren't Hollywood elites.
Ha, guilty.The only victims in the Deep V Heard trial are the sad folks who payed attention to it at length...
In all seriousness the trial is a wicked example of someone fabricating an outlandish story, being believed, and the devastating aftermath of those lies.
He wasn’t defending himself technically. He brought a defamation suit against Heard. She counter sued for defamation as well.The main point here is that Depp was sufficiently resourced to defend himself, otherwise her story would still stand.
Literally said it was the only reason he did it.FFS. He was defending his reputation from the smears.
Go on YouTube and watch some of the cross-examinations. They are hilarious.I need some context to that
She was incredibly inconsistant in most of her statements. The part about pledging and donating money was a face palm situation and I’m being charitable when I say that.Literally said it was the only reason he did it.
Go on YouTube and watch some of the cross-examinations. They are hilarious.
Amber Heard lied so many times. The best lie was the "bruise kit" where her lawyer held up this makeup kit and said "this is what Amber used to conceal her abuse".... company who made kit came out in public and said "that's impossible, we only started making those kits two years after the alleged offences occurred"
The interesting bit about that is that she also said under oath in the UK that she had done that, but then the opposite under oath in the US. Seems like a bad idea to perjure yourself in such a public case, but doubt anything will come of it.She was incredibly inconsistant in most of her statements. The part about pledging and donating money was a face palm situation and I’m being charitable when I say that.