Cynthia Davies, Penetang Paralegal

Sigh. Some people shouldn’t be allowed to operate Facebook unsupervised. I got this message from someone who’d been ragging on a friend of mine. She claims to be a paralegal. Then she messaged me, apparently about me? I dunno.

Also a member of CANADA WAKING UP THE MASSES and Canadians Rallying to Unseat Stephen Harper
Worked at Animal Rights
Lives in Penetanguishene, Ontario
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  • Cynthia Davies

    Cynthia Davies

    Here is her profile Susan. I am working on the other but, afraid this person may be deeply involved as well. If you can call Bill and get him to begin getting all the others in the groups involved. However, do not forget to include this person.

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  • Lorraine Murphy

    Lorraine Murphy

    Thanks, hon. Who’s Susan?

  • Cynthia Davies

    Cynthia Davies

    huh? This is the profile of that Murphy woman. Let’s all get on board with this one. The Coyotes and Wolves need our support. Just make sure you don’t overlook this Murphy she was deeply involved in the conversation supportive of it all. Thankful a Canadian so can be brought to Toronto if necessary.’

  • Lorraine Murphy

    Lorraine Murphy

    Would you like my lawyer’s contact details?

    You are very confused, Cynthia.

    Do you know how Facebook messaging works, Cynthia?

  • Cynthia Davies

    Cynthia Davies

    oops, LOL wrfong message, thought I was contacting some others that are becoming involved. Yes sure Lorraine if you would wish contact through your lawyer.

  • Lorraine Murphy

  • Cynthia Davies

    Cynthia Davies

    I have too many windows open.

  • Lorraine Murphy

  • Cynthia Davies

    Cynthia Davies

    I have 5000 friends over 6,000 followers and have a page, groups I am part of.

    yes by all means Lorraine, if you would like your lawyer contacted that would work.

  • Lorraine Murphy

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New Workshop: Blogging Basics for Writers, with the Vancouver School of Writing

What are you doing October 1? If you’re a writer thinking about getting online, you should be in my one-evening course, either in person in downtown Vancouver or online.

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Yep, it’s happening! After a two-year layoff from teaching, I’m doing a new workshop, Blogging Basics for Writers, for the Vancouver School of Writing on October 1.

This one-evening course (which can be taken in person or virtually) will teach writers what they need to know in order to create their own blog, fill it, and use it to promote their writing, teaching, and other endeavors. Here’s the official blurb:

This virtual & live course is for writers interested in blogging. It lays out the basic principles behind building a blog which accurately and
professionally expresses you as an author. You’ll learn about the ins and outs of digital copyright, best practices for guest blogging and outreach, and how to handle the dreaded comments section. This is a non-technical course that will give you a solid grounding so you’re ready to move on and…

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This worm f/cks itself in the head and we should all probably just kill ourselves

Here’s your pull quote:
“You see, scientists have recently discovered Macrostotum hystrix, a worm so disgusting you’re liable to start thinking that even jazz fusion wasn’t so bad by comparison.”

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Is there anything worse than humanity? Between the Charleston shootings, the rash of killings of unarmed men by law enforcement, and ISIS, our species has fewer and fewer unashamed apologists.

Surely humanity is the worst.

Until and unless of course you look at any other species. Then, holy crap, all bets are off. We start to look good and suddenly everyone remembers fish have yet to produce a Michelangelo.

You see, scientists have recently discovered Macrostotum hystrix, a worm so disgusting you’re liable to start thinking that even jazz fusion wasn’t so bad by comparison.

As Discovery News’s Jennifer Viegas put it, “One of the most unusual methods of reproduction has just been observed in a flatworm that uses its needle-like penis to stab itself in the head, which leads to egg fertilization.” And to existential horror, she neglects to add.

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I’m On My Deathbed So I’m Coming Clean: Here’s The Gruesome Truth About What Happened To My First Wife

Swear to god, this short story in a Cthulian vein almost redeems ThoughtCatalog. Almost. It’s THAT good.

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Some people spend their whole lives bored. They might not even know it, but they are. They get up in the morning, go to work, head home, eat dinner, go to bed – this same tired routine playing out endlessly, endlessly, day after day until they find themselves in the ground. Some people will never realize they wasted their life until it’s already over.

Not me. I lived my life to the fullest. I did everything I ever wanted to – ate the finest foods, traveled to exotic lands, slept with beautiful women – because I understood what most people don’t. I knew that everyone is handed this one chance to experience the world as it spins in the darkness of space, but more importantly I knew that you only get so many spins.

I have my first wife to thank for this. It will surprise some…

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451 Indian companies have two weeks to find women directors—or face the music

Hmmmmmm, I could use a richly-paid directorship with all travel expenses paid. Make me offers, India!


It has been little over a year since the Securities And Exchange Board of India (SEBI), the country’s market regulator, made it mandatory for listed companies (pdf) to have at least one woman director on their boards.

Indian companies have till April 1, 2015—or two more weeks—to comply with the new rules. The earlier deadline was Oct. 1, 2014. Despite the six-month extension given by the SEBI, most companies have failed to appoint a woman director.

Of the 1,479 companies listed on India’s National Stock Exchange (NSE), 451—or one-third—still haven’t complied, data from PRIME database, a capital markets information provider, shows. The data is accurate as of March 15.

This means that women directors need to be appointed at the rate of 30 per day for the next 15 days for these NSE-listed firms to be compliant, according to Pranav Haldea, managing director of PRIME database.

At the 200 leading companies listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE),

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