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  1. Thanks Seeker. I hope this video gets back to Vettel!
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  2. Street gangs expanding turf to smaller Ontario communities: Police chiefs Street gangs are primarily involved in drug and firearms trafficking, weapons offences, human trafficking and robberies, the report said. From the WDYTWGTH file. They've been left unchecked for too long, of course they'll expand the enterprise, why wouldn't they? I'm wondering what took them so long, if I were war chief, I'd have started long ago and I'd already own the turf. Now they'll fight over it. Can y'all guess what that means... yup, more duck hunters, and now they'll be shooting up your town. I take a bit of comfort in the notion that people in smaller towns tend to be less crazy than large, liberal, urban centres. Perhaps they'll come up with cause factors other than systemic racism in the police force and law abiding gun owners running amuck on the streets.
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  3. From the WDYTWGTH file. https://globalnews.ca/news/8931896/nova-scotia-health-care-workers-struggle-recruit-retain/ This is what happens when you fail to connect the dots on retention vs attrition, and training vs operational tempo in experience intensive occupations that have training / qualification inertia. The MBA crew don't seem to grasp this nor do the defund police advocates. In comparison to pilots and medical staff though, policing is an easier fix with a shorter event horizon. But beware, mass hiring presents challenges of its own... not the least of which is recruiting the same sort of people who caused the defund movement in the first place. Making a job less attractive to recruits virtually assures it. POOF... you are stuck with poor choices for decades (some attaining leadership positions) because you failed to address the real issue... which was always leadership. There is simply no substitute for leadership and leadership accountability. Retaining and deploying "bad COPS" isn't a systemic racism issue... It's a leadership issue. Gun crime in Toronto isn't a gun problem it's an ethnic gang problem and border control issue. Failing to say the words, identify the problem, and fix the bloody problem is a leadership problem. Wokeness, identity politics and political correctness are the mortal enemies of leadership. The slide continues and accelerates in its presence because you never address real issues or root problems. That's what makes all of this so predictable. If you think olympic competitors, IPSC, CAS PRC participants, and duck hunters from PEI are causing all this then YOU are the problem. Want more.... stay the course and you'll get it.
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