If you thought tobacco and oil were industries that pushed society around to maintain their riches, Montreal documentary filmmaker Brian McKenna has a surprise in store with his epic two-part effort, Big Sugar, airing the next two Tuesdays on CBC.
While we are on the subject of moonbats, Calderdale Royal Hospital in Halifax plans to ban visitors from looking at and cooing at babies:
While announcing the ban, the Calderdale Royal Hospital had said the move was aimed at protecting the privacy of babies in the Special Care Baby Unit. A notice prohibited visitors from looking and talking to other women's babies. To get its point across, the hospital also put up a doll that sported a message 'What makes you think I want to be looked at?' In addition, visitors to the hospital were also handed cards that said “I am small and precious so treat me with privacy and respect. My parents ask you to treat my personal space with consideration. I deserve to be left undisturbed and protected against unwanted public view”.
Thursday, September 29, 2005
Posted by Lisa Turner on Thursday, September 29, 2005