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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Posted By on Wed, Oct 30, 2019 at 3:23 PM

Enough with the clowns and the constant ads for the Joker movie and the It movie. Both are so over and done, they've been remade a million times. BORING! Every time I go to a movie site it's all clowns. Make something original for once. This stupid shit sucks.
—Down With The Clown

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Posted By on Wed, Sep 11, 2019 at 1:22 PM

I keep seeing chicks these days that look so unattractive, who clearly do the most when it comes to fashion trends. However, they would probably look a hell of a lot prettier if they actually did nothing. Like for instance, I saw this chick that would probably look pretty cute, IF she hadn't shaved off the sides of her head and put on these wacky square eyeglass frames with the bar across the top of the lenses (are they even prescription)? A lot of chicks are wearing those weird mom jeans rolled up halfway up their calves, clothes from the ’80s, blue lipstick and all kinds of craziness. Gurls be lookin tore up from the floor up! You are never going to meet a man looking like that. That's OK, I'll take all the men for myself, you keep fuglying yourself up with these weird-ass trends.
—Ain’t Mad At Ya

Friday, August 2, 2019

Posted By on Fri, Aug 2, 2019 at 9:29 AM

I want to thank the bitch in the pink t-shirt that ruined my Pride Parade.
I am a 66-year-old gay man and I have attended the every Pride Parade in Halifax from day one. I choose my spot in the shade and set up my chair two hours before the parade on Spring Garden Road across from the old library. You showed up just as the parade was coming and started taking pictures, blocking my view. I asked you to move, telling you I had been there for two hours before the parade started so I COULD SEE. You were very rude and didn't. Show some respect—THINK about others! Next year I hope you use your head and show respect, because I might not be around to ask you to move.

Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Posted By on Tue, Jul 23, 2019 at 4:36 PM

To the mature, tight-assed white woman who had such a problem with me smoking weed away from the crowd at the Pride parade, that she had a walk-by altercation with me: Loosen up.

You're at a Pride parade, hun. Telling me it's "the law" then calling the cops on me was the lamest thing you could have done. The cop thought you were ridiculous, and I didn't get fined, because nobody follows those designated-smoking-area rules. I guess I mostly just wanted to shine a light on the irony of your white spoiled ass bothering a cop to come talk to a queer person at a Pride parade, wanting her to FINE ME. Remember, my people rioted so you could put that cute little rainbow on your face sweetie, we don't care much for the law.

Oh, it was super cute when you yelled "fuck off" after I wished you a happy Pride. Girl, seek help. I'm sorry there was no manager you could have asked to speak to and that must have made you very scared and angry. I suggest a CDB pen, it really helps with the anger.

Anyway, love you! Sage your whole soul please.
—Friendly Gay Tryin' To Get High In Peace

Monday, July 15, 2019

Posted By on Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 8:35 PM

Why, oh why, does anyone in their right mind spend good money on a concert ticket only to go and talk (yell) to their dumb, Instagram-scrolling friends? You, yes you, are ruining it for everyone else who has to stand within earshot of your inconsiderate ass. Do yourself a favour and don't waste your money — and please, do everyone else a favour and go do something else. Turn up your basic bitch Spotify algo and talk over Shawn Mendes with your halfwit squad in the comfort of your own fucking home, dumbass.—Fed up with festival talkers

Posted By on Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 3:33 PM

To Halifax's favourite bar: Something has to be done about the sound quality and PA system currently in place—or perhaps those mixing the sound themselves—because I believe yours has become one of the worst live music venues in the city for actually hearing anything.

I've attended many live music events in this bar, and I'm almost always disappointed with the volume of the vocals and the projection of the sound in the space in general. But, after a recent concert where the acts were vocally inaudible, both from terrible sound mixing and quality but also the volume of disinterested patrons, I will no longer be attending live music in this space—at least until something is done.

It also seems ridiculous that big festivals town don't hold a venue accountable for quality when they are paying for world-class acts to perform in the city. It's disrespectful to the artists, and the patrons, and only reveals the lack of consideration for your audience.—Musicians who care

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Posted By on Tue, Jul 9, 2019 at 8:17 AM

Seriously? You believe the best place to pick at your fly bites and scabs is at the bus stop and on the bus? Not only were you picking—not scratching, but full on picking—your fly bites and scabs, but then you were wiping the blood onto your legs, arms and the bus seat. Come the hell on! How were you raised? No one wants to see that shit. It's disgusting. Then to top it all off you start sneezing with your yap wide open spreading your snot and spit all over the place for all to enjoy. Thanks so much for that. The topper to all of this was the huge wad of spit you graciously left on the side of the street before getting on the bus. Grow up and get some manners. I feel bad for whomever had to sit next to you on the bus.
—Wishing for some hand sanitizer

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Posted By on Wed, Dec 6, 2017 at 9:44 AM

I went to a comedy night last Monday and I'm still not over how terrible it was. Other than the host and last two comics (who I can’t comment on because I didn't even stay to watch them perform), each comic expressed a degree of sexism, ranging from insulting to just dreadfully boring. Have none of these guys got the memo that people are tired and fed up with the sexism that the comedy industry has been plagued with for however many decades? Do they internet at all? Touching on the fact that you realize sexism and harassment are on the forefront of minds and a daily reality for majority of womxn but then continue to punch down on said population with degrading jokes does not make you edgy or provocative, it just shows you have nothing original or of real interest to share with your audience.

I had to go home and YouTube some real comedy to get rid of the violent vibes that that show left me with. I really didn't think it could be that bad! It was painful and someone needed to tell you. —In Need Of Woke Comedy Please

Friday, October 20, 2017

Posted By on Fri, Oct 20, 2017 at 1:59 PM

After this year's Pop Explosion, lets relearn a few lessons: Do not knock me over to make-out, elbow me in the face to pass your friend a drink or start a fight in the front row. The list goes on. Let's do better, we all deserve it. —Can't Ruin My Night Though

Monday, September 18, 2017

Posted By on Mon, Sep 18, 2017 at 8:00 PM


Last night I saw Brian Wilson and Al Jardine live, spent 33 years waiting for that; spent 100 bucks on a ticket; I eat out of goddamn garbage cans because I am so poor.

YOU TWO FUCKS sat a few rows back, and were talking and carrying on competing with the music; everyone up to my row could hear you clearly and you pissed everyone off.

I had to ask you TWICE to shut the fuck up, and even still; you kept at it; you even left early, knowing full well I wanted to come back there; and work with you personally.

You are goddamn lucky little shit stains that we were at the Pet Sounds concert, and everyone just wanted to have fun, other than you two losers in your all white outfits with the woman who clearly wished she had brought two other people with her.

I don't want to see either of your fucking faces again.

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