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Further, in the thousands of pages of chats obtained by police, there is not a single conversation in which Rodwell asks anyone why they are involved in the exchange of child pornography.He maintained that was because most people he talked to were men posing as women."Our temperatures vary from 40C to –50C so when you get that, there is never a dull moment," Phillips says.Add in the fact that Canadian winter temperatures have risen by 3.2 degrees on average over the past 65 years that national record have been kept, and you can see the attraction in a topic that is so constantly changing.From the computer seized from Rodwell, police found five videos and 33 unique images depicting child pornography.
But usually in the dog days of summer or the dead of winter, [weather] tends to punctuate all of our conversations." For Diane Pacom, professor of sociology at University of Ottawa, talking about the weather is a key element of the Canadian identity, only partly because we talk about it so much.Rodwell tells the other user — who he believes to be a woman — he can access military flights to fly to the San Francisco area.He suggested they meet somewhere neutral, to “get to meet and chat for a little so we gain each other’s trust, we both have a lot to lose.”The conversation ends with Rodwell saying he will e-mail the “woman” with his flight number.As Phillips says, "you don’t talk about the weather in a country when tomorrow is like yesterday." Quantifying the Canadian predilection for environmental chatter is not easy.But some of the most-read news stories on this site are those that detail extreme weather lashing this country or our neighbour to the South.
Several of them depicted the child being assaulted.