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June 7, 2013, 9:55 p.m.
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An Observation

I believe in evolution

What is your explanation of this 67 million year old dinosaur when the bible puts the creation of Adam at some 6000 years ago?

June 7, 2013, 9:28 p.m.
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An Observation

Sure. He decided his creatures were no longer needed. Man it would be cool to be God. "don't need these anymore, see ya later" " oh, these people ain't doing nothing right, ka boom, zap zap pow pow. gone"

He can do that. Believe it or not.

So you think God has decided that Bees aren't needed anymore?

June 7, 2013, 9:14 p.m.
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An Observation

So now that we have torn the Christians a new one,who has the balls to go after,oh let's say, Native Americans and their silly spirits,reincarnation and fairy tales about ravens,the moon and pheonixes and such?

I elect XXXer

Too late. Christians and Jesuits have already done the deed. Tip of the invasion spear.

June 6, 2013, 6:45 p.m.
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Oh harper..

Unlike the mayor of Toronto Rob Ford, Harper is uncrackable.

His power of Teflon in the last leader's debate was impressive. His parry, deflect and counter punch strategy with the short, to the point questions he has recieved as of late in question period have been comical.

June 5, 2013, 1:55 p.m.
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Rob Ford (Toronto mayor) kicked from office.

why did 5 people quit their jobs at city hall?

Smells kinda like shit huh?

June 5, 2013, 1:54 p.m.
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Rob Ford (Toronto mayor) kicked from office.

Ironic statement since I'm not the one eating this shit up.

Oh but you are. You're just not listening to the people who are saying " oh yeah, that's definitely shit"

June 5, 2013, 12:34 p.m.
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Rob Ford (Toronto mayor) kicked from office.

Wow! Just wow! Without any evidence, just conjecture from a rag that has had a hard on for Ford since day one and people are ready to find him guilty. Really hope none of you get called in for jury duty. I guess none of you are capable of rational objective comprehension. Logic? Right…

So what you're sayin is if it looked like shit and smelled like shit you'd probably still taste it.

May 25, 2013, 10:11 a.m.
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This was built using plans from Wile E. Coyote.

Good thing he's got some gears for that extra push…

Rim Brakes?!?!? :lol:

May 23, 2013, 3:52 p.m.
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2013 NHL Playoff Thread - or "The Events Leading up to This Years Vancouver Riot"

How many other teams would let a dick like Marchand pound on their star player with no retribution at all? There should have been at least 4 other guys at least attempt to come to his defense but no one did a thing. Heart, grit and toughness help win Cups and that clip shows that the Canucks have none of the above.

I'm pretty sure that was partly due to AV's style of coaching and thats why I won't miss him. Many other coaches would have let the boys go at Marchand but AV preached holding back. When you hold back you depend on the refs to protect you. When they don't and you complain, you get labelled a whiner and get even less calls.

This hold back attitude is one reason (not the only one) that Kassian and Ballard are always in the dog-house. The don't hold back.

Great coach in many other areas but the Nucks need a culture change. I welcome a new start with a new coach.

May 16, 2013, 10:52 p.m.
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Meet the first American climate refugees

What, too hard to build your pre fab home on a hill a kilometer away? Life's tough. I hear teepee's are easier to move:rolleyes:

They use gas, they use electricity, stfu with the ancestors shit because they ain't around. Same old aboriginal argument day in day out.

Oh sorry, the worlds changing, adapt or gtfo pls.

My "ancestors" moved out of poland to canada years ago to avoid nazi germany, can I be relocated on the tax payers budget too please? Yeaaaa…. bye.

Poland? You don't say…

May 15, 2013, 6:30 p.m.
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Provincial Election

My thoughts, hindsight being 20/20 and all:

All your base belong to us-
The libs have a certain amount of folks who will vote for them no matter what. The great thing (for Christy) about this base is that they always vote. The Dippers rely on a coalition of greens, unions and regular old slightly lefties. Of that group the only greenies that consistently vote are now with the Greens and they or are spread thinly across the province. The unions aren't what they used to be and I don't think they have the same moral suasion over their members that they once did. The last group needs to be convinced to come out and vote - Dix did a terrible job at that.

Fix the Dix-
They say the best defence is a great offence. Dix ran a campaign like the Canucks play when they are up by a goal. Take no chances, make no mistakes and hope for the best. He said he had great ideas but wasn't clear on the details or the costs. So it was easy for Christy, who had nothing to lose, to fill in the blanks with the voters and in the process rile up her base - "remember the tax and spend 90's? - Dix'll do it again". To which Dix could have provided the details, made some real promises with respect to deficits etc. - but he really didn't do that. Mostly because he felt he didn't have to. As a result - both the Canucks and many NDPers will be golfing.

Remember the 90s:

Is a guy who forged documents to mislead investigators the best guy to ask for BCers trust? This is the best that the NDP can do? They must have known the libs would be on the "remember the 90s rant" - it has been their go-to thing since… well the 90s. So why pick a guy so intimate to the very scandals that got them punted in the 90s?

It ain't over till the fat lady sings (this is not a shot at Ms. Clarke - I think she looks amazing)
Dix spent a great deal of time, at least initially, going after traditional Liberal ridings. WTF - galvanize your base make sure they are fired up, then if possible go for some extra. Did he really think that he was going to appeal to the same folks that voted for Stockwell Day? Why waste the resources? Run the race like you are losing, run the race like you have something to prove and show the voters you actually care about their vote.

I don't know about you but my facebook is all a twitter about how the NDPers should have won and BC is "stupid" for voting Liberal - I admit I felt the same way about HST (I am very pro HST - but that is a different rant). However, I had to admit that it wasn't the stupidity of the BC electorate that caused my side to lose - it was the stupidity of the leaders on my side. NDPers will probably come to the same conclusion

I think LHE nailed it here.

I'm not getting this split vote Green bashing attitude. It is naive to think that 100% of Green votes would have went to NDP and your theory gets bashed by the one Green candidate who won. The majority of his votes came from the incumbent Liberal candidate. I will concede that there was some votes taken from the NDP but really, if they were quality Candidates, would they not have held those votes?

Dix is a pathetic Leader as far as getting his message out and doing it with charisma. He is the main reason NDP is not in power right now. He needed to get his young voters to the polls but obviously failed miserably. A late game collapse of Leaf-like proportions! Couple that with his past (bonehead) political discretions and he was dead out of the gate. NDP needs a quality leader and they haven't had one in a while. I have little politically in common with Clark but she is a great politician. Frustrating that she has a cockroach's sense of survival but you have to respect that I guess.

This brings me to may last point. I watched a little of the leaders debate and came to the conclusion that I liked none of those people. What a pathetic pool to draw from. This could be why voter turnout is still low in this Province. The majority of voters who are coming out are set in their party lines and it appears most of them are middle aged Liberals. Inspire your young voters to turn out and you'll get different results NDP. Till then you can keep blaming the Greens…

Now I'll eagerly await our balanced LNG budget! :lol:

May 13, 2013, 7:37 p.m.
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2013 NHL Playoff Thread - or "The Events Leading up to This Years Vancouver Riot"

Up 4-1 late in the 3rd. Wow that was a big league choke!

I saw at least a dozen "Western Conference cross checks in that series" and a few "Sedin Boarding" events as well. That series was actually pretty good to watch.

May 8, 2013, 12:37 p.m.
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2013 NHL Playoff Thread - or "The Events Leading up to This Years Vancouver Riot"

Did anyone here think the Canucks were going all the way?

Nope

May 8, 2013, 10:22 a.m.
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2013 NHL Playoff Thread - or "The Events Leading up to This Years Vancouver Riot"

http://www.nhl.com/ice/page.htm?id=26329

You need the rule on diving

May 7, 2013, 10:16 p.m.
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2013 NHL Playoff Thread - or "The Events Leading up to This Years Vancouver Riot"

Looks like Schneider just gave up there at the end.

He was terrible

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