But that's the point. If you were to complain about an editorial piece to, say, the FDA or the IRS, they would say that's not their jurisdiction. There is not possibility, other than someone complaining to someone who can't do anything about it.
Your original point was "I'm glad I live in a country where you're allowed to spout your opinion without worrying about the government prosecuting you for it, like they can in Canada if you don't toe the multi cultural line."
I think that point has been thoroughly refuted by the fact that they COULDN'T be prosecuted for it.
The point isn't that they decided that they didn't have jurisdiction, it's that there's such a possibility at all. Words in a magazine article don't constitute a human rights violation, no matter how inflammatory..
I agree with Clarkson aswell on this one. Doesn't happen often...
I think suicide is one of the most selfish acts you can perform. The people you left behind are devastated. I've had a couple close friends kill themselves, and I will never, ever forgive them for that.
I understand completely what leads someone to that point, but at that point they are ONLY thinking about their own pain, not the pain they are about to cause their friends and family, ever mind some poor train driver forced to kill you....
Wow! If the last few posts are close to the mark, he has fouled his own nest already. There is a kind of parallel between Charlie Sheen and Jezza Clarkson; they speak truths, just not in the right way.
Maybe Ohlins can get away with a gold reservoir on a shock absorber but even their gold forks are hideous.
If you disagree please post a picture of a bike you think looks better with gold forks than black. Case in point for me, the scrambler XC vs. XE.
This site has really tanked lately. Lots of newbies posting thier problem bikes on any thread they happen to land on. "Weekend Internet Mechanics", just looking for a quick answer. They sign up just long enough to get what they are looking for. ...J.D.
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