Flash: Insults Cause Long-Term Inability To Cook Food

Toronto Sun – She is helping friend, Ray Nemard, 40, in his bid to obtain an apology from the commission after he was allegedly called a “f****** monkey,” by an operator at Coxwell subway station in 2004.

A complaint was filed to the Ontario Human Rights Commission, which is hearing his case.

“I am not happy by what I heard today,” Nemard said after the meeting. “The operator who did this to me is still on the job even though we know he has 16 complaints against him.”

He takes “pills and other medication” to help him cope with the slur, which he said led to a loss of his job as a chef.

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One response to “Flash: Insults Cause Long-Term Inability To Cook Food

  1. “He takes “pills and other medication” to help him cope with the slur, which he said led to a loss of his job as a chef.”

    Jesus Christ…. somebody never learned how to take name-calling.

    Also this site exists to satire human rights cases?

    If so, I love it.

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