Quote: Originally Posted by B00Mer
If you can do better 'Canadian' Security Guard, get your billy stick and can on pepper spray and get'er done.
Yes, I am a Security Guard now. But was not always.
Did my time, saw a fair amount of shxt.
Stopped counting friends lost at around 50 or so. And that was about 6 or 7 years back.
Meanwhile you were driving truck. In the Canadian Military you would be classed as an Mobile Support Equipment Operator - AKA -Me Start Engine.
Perhaps you should stick with what you have experience with, vice walking around making dumb a-s-s insults.
Quote: Originally Posted by Zipperfish
They don't want to tell us anything they are up to , this government, but they seem very, very interested in every little hting we are up to. Not a good sign.
Federal government has spent more than $20M on monitoring massive log of keywords | National Post
The government has spent more than $20-million on media monitoring contracts since December 2012, despite maintaining more than 3,300 communications staff across government.
Included within the government’s media monitoring contracts are more than 1,100 pages of search terms (half English, half French) that show the government keeping an eye on what reporters, critics and its own spokespersons are saying. The media monitoring search terms are for contracts entered into, or in force, on or since March 21, 2013 to June 2014.
The search terms for one department include the Conservative Party of Canada and former Tory MP Dean Del Mastro. Opposition parties suggest such search terms mean the government is spending the money for political gain.
“That would imply the government is using taxpayer dollars to monitor Conservative scandals, which would seem like partisan media monitoring,” said Liberal finance critic Scott Brison. “Given their record on quasi-partisan advertising, we don’t trust them on their media monitoring.”
Del Mastro, the former parliamentary secretary to Prime Minister Stephen Harper and now an independent MP, just saw his election fraud trial end, with a verdict Oct. 31.
The terms “Del Mastro,” “Conservative Party of Canada” and “Holinshed” (the company implicated in his trial) are included in the media monitoring search terms for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario. Del Mastro was the parliamentary secretary for the agency for barely a week in September 2013, before he withdrew from the Conservative caucus after being charged.