How to Ruin a Party

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This week we bring you four lessons on ruining a party: 

1. Over share - Paramedic Morgan Jones Phillips explains how he killed a party by talking about his job 

2. Put your foot down - Nobu Adilman tells us about putting the end to the craziest party of his youth 

3. Put your job on the Line - Canadian whistle blower Sylvie Therrien tells us why she blew the whistle on the federal government and the price she paid

4. Make a sign - Tina and Grayson Currin tell us how their Saturday chores include showing up at anti-abortion protests carrying hilarious signs, 



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