It shouldn be a gay v. Straight thing but rather a survey of risky behavior. (you know X number of sexual partners in the last twelve months, with or without a condom etc etc etc).Guess the world will continue to survive without my o negative blood.June 14, 2010 at 21:36 Report abuse ReplyHow ignorant of the US Government to feed into paranoia like this.
Dozens more Canadian troops are departing for the peacekeeping mission in Mali. How do you prepare for such a dangerous mission? Former Chief of the Defence Staff Rick Hillier weighs in. Justin Trudeau faced more questions today about an alleged groping incident that took place 18 years ago.
I don hear about any diplomatic efforts by the US to have direct or indirect discussions with the Syrian regime. I don think that we should be pushed into military action by Syrians like Ajami. Any military action will not solve the Syrian crisis. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileTeams from the Netherlands and Japan lead after three days of competition at the 2007 Panasonic World Solar Challenge, a road race in Australia for 41 solar powered cars.Four Canadian teams are competing in the elite competition of the 3000 kilometre race from the northern city of Darwin to Adelaide in the south. In the elite competition vehicles must meet the requirements as set down by the International Solar Car Governing body, the International Solar Car Federation.Teams from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ont., the University of Western Ontario in London, Ont., and the universities of Calgary and Waterloo are in the competition. The Nuon Solar Team from the Netherlands currently leads the field, and as of Tuesday none of the Canadian teams had arrived at a check point in Alice Springs, approximately halfway to the finish line.Teams from the University of Toronto and Polytechnique Montreal are competing in a secondary “Adventure class” for cars that meet older ISCF standards but not the latest, according to the most recent results from the race organizers.
How could the world have arrived at a point that bordered on a “clash between civilizations, cultures and religions”? he wondered. Why were some attempting to thrust the holy Islamic faith into the “labyrinth of a limitless clash with the West”?Getting things back on track was Egypt’s main concern, he said, and directly addressing the chronic conflicts was the “correct way out”. Foremost among them: the Arab Israeli conflict and its crux, the Palestinian question.