Saito San ep 1 and 2

Synopsis

With her husband rarely home because of work, Saitou Masako raises her kindergarten son by herself. With a strong sense of what’s right, she is never afraid to confront people who violate the rules of society. While her righteousness makes her a heroine among the kindergarteners, their mothers have learned to keep their distance from all the trouble Saitou brings with her. Mano Wakaba, a soft-spoken mother who had problems with her son turning violent at his previous school, soon moves into the neighborhood. Eager to get along with the other mothers at the kindergarten, Mano does her best to please, and pushes her son Takeru to do the same, even if it puts her at odds with Saitou. When Takeru gets burned by a smoker whose cigarette brushes his face, Mano is content to let it go, but Saitou steps in to confront the man, asking for an apology. When the man stubbornly refuses, a scuffle ensues and the man runs away. When the bystanders watching begin clapping their hands, Mano is left in awe. As circumstances push her and Saitou together, Mano must choose between bending over to please the other mothers or joining Saitou and facing alienation.

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PRESTO installed at every subway station: TTC

The TTC has now rolled out PRESTO at every subway station across the transit network.

PRESTO– an electric fare card that can be used on the TTC, GO Transit and other GTA-area transit services– has already been installed on all TTC streetcars and on the majority of the transit network’s 1,900 buses.

TTC spokesperson Brad Ross told CP24 Thursday that they expect PRESTO will “go live” Friday at Coxwell Station, which is the last station to come online.

 

The TTC previously said that PRESTO will be  installed on all of its buses by the end of the year and Ross says that promise will be fulfilled by tomorrow.

In 2017, customers will be able to purchase Metropasses on their PRESTO card, the TTC says.

http://toronto.ctvnews.ca/presto-installed-at-every-subway-station-ttc-1.3213957

 

 

Australia: Wedding Reception Under Attack by Feminist Terrorists Over Red Pill Movie Screening

Wedding Reception Under Feminist Attack Over Movie Screening

When popular wedding reception Ultima Function Centre accepted a private movie screening of controversial documentary ‘The Red Pill Movie’ they did not expect the violent backlash that followed.

The controversial documentary being screened Boxing Day, a film about men’s rights, has been previously been shut down in Melbourne by Feminist groups who are adamant about shutting the movie down globally.

The film revolves around Cassie Jaye, a feminist filmmaker who set on documenting the mysterious world of the Men’s Rights Movement. Cassie Jaye has only heard of the Men’s Rights Movement to be a misogynist group bent on turning back the time on women’s rights.

But as she spends the year with the leaders and members of the movement documenting them, she began to question her beliefs seeing that men are also disadvantaged and discriminated in so many ways. The Red Pill is a challenging movie, one that aims to draw the veil and dares people to not only question the society’s norms but their own beliefs.

Due to the backlashed received on social media, the function centre has been forced to hire security to be present at the movie screening.

“I’m dreaming about keying every inch of paint off your car” said Bailey Captain Lenart who was amongst the group who have been threatening the Function Centre and its staff.

Another feminist activist Lizzie Johnsen made a public announcement against the Function Centre leading to a mass assault by leaving false reviews online causing their star rating to drop to a mere 1.2 at one stage in an effort to scare the venue to cancel the screening.

Website Redpillmelbourne.com, the alleged organizers of the screening claim they are in no way affiliated with any Men’s Rights groups and are simply advocates of free speech.

The film’s Melbourne screening is on Boxing Day, December 26 2016

 

https://www.prbuzz.com/entertainment/402106-wedding-reception-under-feminist-attack-over-movie-screening.html