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Post #3201 by BlackRedGold » Fri Jan 30, 2015 10:29 am

AD wrote:I rely on this place for almost all my news, including art, celebrity gossip, even sports. Though admittedly, the sports news here is a bit weak.


Too much basketball and not enough hockey.
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Post #3202 by mayoradamwest » Fri Jan 30, 2015 10:44 am

I don't care for sports.
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Post #3203 by Dog » Fri Jan 30, 2015 11:02 am

mayoradamwest wrote:I don't care for sports.


Opium of the masses.
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Post #3204 by AD » Fri Jan 30, 2015 11:02 am

mayoradamwest wrote:I don't care for sports.


That's probably healthy.
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Post #3205 by AD » Fri Jan 30, 2015 11:03 am

AD wrote:That's probably healthy.


Especially if you're a fan of an Ontarian team.
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Post #3206 by BlackRedGold » Fri Jan 30, 2015 11:31 am

mayoradamwest wrote:I don't care for sports.


I don't care for caring about things.
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Post #3207 by senate » Fri Jan 30, 2015 4:25 pm

No worries, Hockeybroads is clearly an elaborate sting operation against you know who.
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Post #3208 by Shawnathan Horcoff » Fri Jan 30, 2015 4:36 pm

[CENTER][SIZE="7"]KILL HARPER[/size][/CENTER]
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Post #3209 by AD » Fri Jan 30, 2015 5:59 pm

dong perimong wrote:[CENTER][SIZE="7"]KILL HARPER[/size][/CENTER]


Get him boys!
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Post #3210 by Zardoz » Fri Jan 30, 2015 6:11 pm

:P


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Post #3211 by Muffin Mannequin » Fri Jan 30, 2015 6:18 pm

This site has been doomed to fail ever since Rico failed to recruit Jean Chretien back in 2008.
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Post #3212 by Craig » Fri Jan 30, 2015 6:26 pm

There are a few things I really dislike about this legislation. Obviously the thought crime aspect of it is troubling. In addition to that, why are we targeting Jihadi terrorism instead of all terrorism? Also, why only terrorism? Why not just any serious violent crime? I'm still more worried about crazy people mass shootings than I am terrorism.

The other thing I really don't like is giving CSIS intervention powers. I like that they have to convince a police force to act on their information. Sure they're building in judicial oversight and sure it's limited intervention at this point, but once you set this precedent you've changed to rules to talking about how much they can do, rather than if they can at all. I worry it's a slippery slope.
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Post #3213 by Fruity Pebbles » Fri Jan 30, 2015 6:53 pm

Craig wrote:There are a few things I really dislike about this legislation. Obviously the thought crime aspect of it is troubling. In addition to that, why are we targeting Jihadi terrorism instead of all terrorism? Also, why only terrorism? Why not just any serious violent crime? I'm still more worried about crazy people mass shootings than I am terrorism.

The other thing I really don't like is giving CSIS intervention powers
. I like that they have to convince a police force to act on their information. Sure they're building in judicial oversight and sure it's limited intervention at this point, but once you set this precedent you've changed to rules to talking about how much they can do, rather than if they can at all. I worry it's a slippery slope.


Wait - the proposed laws let them do that :stare: ?

As for these new terror laws - they're just like the "no parole" laws. It's a solution looking for a problem that it will never find. Either the Harper government is really dumb or they're playing pure politics. Edit: I'm going to go with pure politics and hope our politicians aren't stupid.
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Post #3214 by AD » Fri Jan 30, 2015 7:17 pm

Why can't it be both.

I mean, these people get to where they are by being good at politics, not management, not law, not finance.
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Post #3215 by Fruity Pebbles » Fri Jan 30, 2015 7:20 pm

AD wrote:Why can't it be both.

I mean, these people get to where they are by being good at politics, not management, not law, not finance.


They don't have to be smart - just not dumb.

One of my biggest issues is people like Jim Prentice left the Conservative Party and we have an actual idiot like John Baird representing us abroad. It's not just that I disagree with some of our foreign policy - it's that we have an actual idiot going and meeting leaders and other foreign ministers.
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Post #3216 by AD » Fri Jan 30, 2015 7:22 pm

John Baird is actually one of the less idiotic ministers. I'm serious.
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Post #3217 by Fruity Pebbles » Fri Jan 30, 2015 7:25 pm

Fair enough - my knowledge on ministers and their behavior is limited to only a few.
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Post #3218 by AD » Sat Jan 31, 2015 12:54 am

I'm not saying he's not dumb. I'm just saying listen to the others. (With anything sharp very far away from you)
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Post #3219 by Transplanted Caper » Sat Jan 31, 2015 7:14 pm

Baird is delightfully self-aware, which makes him a rare commodity in the Cabinet too.
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Post #3220 by Redden Punches Faces » Sat Jan 31, 2015 8:00 pm

Baird is leaving my riding to carve off a chunk of Pierre Poilievre for himself. His steady conservative hand on my tiller will be missed. :sirius:
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Post #3221 by Shawnathan Horcoff » Sun Feb 01, 2015 3:49 pm

[CENTER][SIZE="7"]ATTACK CANADA[/size][/CENTER]
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Post #3222 by Shawnathan Horcoff » Sun Feb 01, 2015 3:50 pm

[CENTER][SIZE="7"]ATTACK, CANADA. THAT'S WHAT I MEANT TO SAY.[/size][/CENTER]
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Post #3223 by Sturminator » Sun Feb 01, 2015 5:02 pm

List of things more exciting than this thread:

2015 Radim Vrbata
2012 Henrik Sedin, Daniel Sedin, Alexander Edler, Cody Hodgson (Rookie Skills Competition)
2011 Henrik Sedin, Daniel Sedin, Ryan Kesler
2009 Roberto Luongo, Mason Raymond (Young Stars Game)
2008 Henrik Sedin, Alexander Edler (Young Stars Game)
2007 Roberto Luongo
2004 Markus Naslund, Todd Bertuzzi
2003 Markus Naslund, Todd Bertuzzi, Ed Jovanovski
2002 Markus Naslund, Ed Jovanovski
2001 Markus Naslund, Ed Jovanovski
2000 Mark Messier
1999 Markus Naslund, Mattias Ohlund
1998 Mark Messier, Pavel Bure
1997 Pavel Bure
1996 Alexander Mogilny
1994 Pavel Bure
1993 Pavel Bure
1992 Trevor Linden, Kirk McLean
1991 Trevor Linden
1990 Kirk McLean
1989 Paul Reinhart
1988 Greg Adams
1986 Tony Tanti
1985 Thomas Gradin
1984 Darcy Rota
1983 John Garrett
1982 Harold Snepsts
1981 Kevin McCarthy, Dave "Tiger" Williams
1980 Lars Lindgren
1978 Dennis Ververgaert
1977 Harold Snepsts
1976 Dennis Ververgaert
1975 Gary Smith, Tracy Pratt
1974 Jocelyn Guevremont, Bobby Schmautz
1973 Bobby Schmautz
1972 Dale Tallon
1971 Dale Tallon
If a man were permitted to make all the ballads, he need not care who should make the laws of a nation.
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Post #3224 by BlackRedGold » Mon Feb 02, 2015 12:42 pm

Redden Punches Faces wrote:Baird is leaving my riding to carve off a chunk of Pierre Poilievre for himself. His steady conservative hand on my tiller will be missed. :sirius:


Pierre is moving to an even more rural riding. I can't picture a person less representative of rural Ottawa than Pierre. Pierre belongs in downtown Toronto.
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Post #3225 by Sturminator » Mon Feb 02, 2015 12:57 pm

[CENTER]Down
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise

Unmeasurable regrets
Unmeasurable regrets
Unmeasurable regrets
Unmeasurable regrets

It builds up, fills up
too much goes over board
what the fuck am I doing?
Oh lord pressure stored exploded, unloaded
what the fuck am I doing?
I had to, is really do, bad too
went cucu
gone mad dude
Grab at and stab fools
who knew??
Sad news
what the fuck am I doing?

I I I
Broke, it took some time
Slow poke
I finally gave way, went under deep
Don't float
No longer steering choosing
An autopilot cruising
Haywire, crash, virus
Pull your tongue out with pliers, CHRIS BENOIT!!

No longer steering, lost all control
Manipulation (manipulation), it won’t let me go
The pain exploded (the pain exploded), the pressure burst (the pressure burst)
I drop the wheel (I drop the wheel)
Heading for the worst
Heading for the worst
Heading for the worst
Heading for the worst
Heading for the worst

Strobelight
Let go, hold tight
Wake up to this
Head to, is really too bad too
Close eyes?
You did this, this you
what the fuck am I doing?
You got issues
What happened, shit I’m stepping
All bloody myself I’m slapping
One day, all the sudden, I’ll became too much, one day
Yes, finally will leash
what the fuck am I doing?
Unleash the beast
He gets my controller
what the fuck am I doing?
Took me over
Head to,
is really too bad, too
went cucu
Gone mad dude
Grab at and stab fools
who knew
sad news, I'm CHRIS BENOIT!!

No longer steering, lost all control
Manipulation (manipulation), it won’t let me go
The pain exploded (the pain exploded), the pressure burst (the pressure burst)
I drop the wheel (I drop the wheel)
Heading for the worst
Heading for the worst
Heading for the worst
Heading for the worst
Heading for the worst

I can take you over, permanently
Because life is about pain
I’m the crippler, Chris Benoit!
And waa

A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise

I’m heading for the worst
(a passion for the regrets)
(The crippler)
Heading for the worst
(a passion for the regrets)
(The crippler)
Heading for the worst
Heading for the worst
The crippler [/CENTER]
If a man were permitted to make all the ballads, he need not care who should make the laws of a nation.
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Post #3226 by Shawnathan Horcoff » Mon Feb 02, 2015 1:37 pm

Sturminator wrote:List of things more exciting than this thread:

2015 Radim Vrbata
2012 Henrik Sedin, Daniel Sedin, Alexander Edler, Cody Hodgson (Rookie Skills Competition)
2011 Henrik Sedin, Daniel Sedin, Ryan Kesler
2009 Roberto Luongo, Mason Raymond (Young Stars Game)
2008 Henrik Sedin, Alexander Edler (Young Stars Game)
2007 Roberto Luongo
2004 Markus Naslund, Todd Bertuzzi
2003 Markus Naslund, Todd Bertuzzi, Ed Jovanovski
2002 Markus Naslund, Ed Jovanovski
2001 Markus Naslund, Ed Jovanovski
2000 Mark Messier
1999 Markus Naslund, Mattias Ohlund
1998 Mark Messier, Pavel Bure
1997 Pavel Bure
1996 Alexander Mogilny
1994 Pavel Bure
1993 Pavel Bure
1992 Trevor Linden, Kirk McLean
1991 Trevor Linden
1990 Kirk McLean
1989 Paul Reinhart
1988 Greg Adams
1986 Tony Tanti
1985 Thomas Gradin
1984 Darcy Rota
1983 John Garrett
1982 Harold Snepsts
1981 Kevin McCarthy, Dave "Tiger" Williams
1980 Lars Lindgren
1978 Dennis Ververgaert
1977 Harold Snepsts
1976 Dennis Ververgaert
1975 Gary Smith, Tracy Pratt
1974 Jocelyn Guevremont, Bobby Schmautz
1973 Bobby Schmautz
1972 Dale Tallon
1971 Dale Tallon


Sturminator wrote:[CENTER]Down
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise

Unmeasurable regrets
Unmeasurable regrets
Unmeasurable regrets
Unmeasurable regrets

It builds up, fills up
too much goes over board
what the fuck am I doing?
Oh lord pressure stored exploded, unloaded
what the fuck am I doing?
I had to, is really do, bad too
went cucu
gone mad dude
Grab at and stab fools
who knew??
Sad news
what the fuck am I doing?

I I I
Broke, it took some time
Slow poke
I finally gave way, went under deep
Don't float
No longer steering choosing
An autopilot cruising
Haywire, crash, virus
Pull your tongue out with pliers, CHRIS BENOIT!!

No longer steering, lost all control
Manipulation (manipulation), it won’t let me go
The pain exploded (the pain exploded), the pressure burst (the pressure burst)
I drop the wheel (I drop the wheel)
Heading for the worst
Heading for the worst
Heading for the worst
Heading for the worst
Heading for the worst

Strobelight
Let go, hold tight
Wake up to this
Head to, is really too bad too
Close eyes?
You did this, this you
what the fuck am I doing?
You got issues
What happened, shit I’m stepping
All bloody myself I’m slapping
One day, all the sudden, I’ll became too much, one day
Yes, finally will leash
what the fuck am I doing?
Unleash the beast
He gets my controller
what the fuck am I doing?
Took me over
Head to,
is really too bad, too
went cucu
Gone mad dude
Grab at and stab fools
who knew
sad news, I'm CHRIS BENOIT!!

No longer steering, lost all control
Manipulation (manipulation), it won’t let me go
The pain exploded (the pain exploded), the pressure burst (the pressure burst)
I drop the wheel (I drop the wheel)
Heading for the worst
Heading for the worst
Heading for the worst
Heading for the worst
Heading for the worst

I can take you over, permanently
Because life is about pain
I’m the crippler, Chris Benoit!
And waa

A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise
A catastrophic demise

I’m heading for the worst
(a passion for the regrets)
(The crippler)
Heading for the worst
(a passion for the regrets)
(The crippler)
Heading for the worst
Heading for the worst
The crippler [/CENTER]


[CENTER]Image[/CENTER]
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Post #3227 by zamboner » Mon Feb 02, 2015 2:37 pm

BlackRedGold wrote:Pierre is moving to an even more rural riding. I can't picture a person less representative of rural Ottawa than Pierre. Pierre belongs in downtown Toronto.


Pierre would get shit on here because we know his haircut is so 2010.
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Post #3228 by Redden Punches Faces » Mon Feb 02, 2015 3:06 pm

Say that to my farmboy cashiers face, punk :angrybob:
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Post #3229 by BlackRedGold » Mon Feb 02, 2015 3:22 pm

zamboner wrote:Pierre would get shit on here because we know his haircut is so 2010.


I suspect that Pierre currently styles his hair to appeal to his Barrhaven constituents.

Move him to the 416 and he'll be rocking a 2015 haircut and the man can order a double whip, no foam, extra hot, triple shot soy macchiatto like a mother fucker.
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Post #3230 by BlackRedGold » Mon Feb 02, 2015 9:15 pm

Thomas Malthus wrote:That kind of makes sense, I mean it's such a trek for Farrhaven hairdressers to come down to the city and learn the new trends that such a pilgrimage happens only once every 5 or 6 years. Visiting is kind of like hopping into a time machine.


I once had a next door neighbour who owned a Barrhaven hair cutting place. He was a total asshole.
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Post #3231 by AD » Mon Feb 02, 2015 9:26 pm

John Baird is out.
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Post #3232 by Redden Punches Faces » Mon Feb 02, 2015 9:49 pm

bad for our arena hopes, fellow ottawans.
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Post #3233 by Redden Punches Faces » Mon Feb 02, 2015 10:03 pm

Look for John Baird to join L'equipe Trudeau as soon as tomorrow.
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Post #3234 by AD » Mon Feb 02, 2015 10:06 pm

Thomas Malthus wrote:Turns out the deadline for an Ontario PC leadership run was Friday, so that doesn't appear to be the reason.

Some other speculation could be that he fancies a run at CPC leadership in a post-Harper Canada and wants to distance himself from Harper.


That was my guess.
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Post #3235 by AD » Mon Feb 02, 2015 10:06 pm

Thomas Malthus wrote:Wouldn't THAT be something? I would fucking lose it if something like that happens.


That would cement my vote for the NDP.
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Post #3236 by Dog » Mon Feb 02, 2015 10:18 pm

AD wrote:That would cement my vote for the NDP.


Fucken Quebecois.

:why:
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Post #3237 by mayoradamwest » Mon Feb 02, 2015 10:24 pm

AD wrote:That was my guess.


I had guessed that you'd guess that.
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Post #3238 by Transplanted Caper » Mon Feb 02, 2015 10:28 pm

Steve's going to want a parrot in Foreign Affairs to bang the government drum in the months leading up to the election. I'm betting Kenney or Alexander. Geography means Poilievre is getting a promotion to. Lord, help us.
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