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  1. Nardwuar suffers stroke

    Give me some ointment I need an appointment
  2. Save Monkeys From Slow, Cruel Death on Mars

    To be productive you have to accomplish something. Signing the petition will not be productive at all because it will accomplish nothing. You can go ahead and sign it and give yourself a false sense of morality if you want, but if people really feel strong about this, it will take more than putting your name on a random internet webpage. 
  3. The funny thing is, I wouldn't doubt that reasoning going through Gregor's head. He is probably giving himself a pat on the back over that and figuring out how he can shift all the blame to the provincial and federal governments
  4. Save Monkeys From Slow, Cruel Death on Mars

    I'm sure Russia doesn't give a flying f__k about that petition. Signing it is nothing but a waste of time
  5. What? On a Saturday night sometimes I like watching some hockey even when the Flames aren't playing. If the Canucks are playing the Ducks, I could care less who wins, but I like to wind down by watching a game. Would not not make me a neutral fan in that case?
  6. Ottawa Senators fan harassed at Habs game

    As was said, it happens in every arena at one time or another. When I was living in Vancouver, I have been to Canucks game while wearing my Flames jersey and been threatened and taunted and things thrown at me, where as other times, Canucks fans have been great to me, shaking hands after the game. I've seen opposing fans in Calgary get beaten up too. In the arena, no fans are anymore classless than any others.
  7. C'mon man. You guys need to stop pretending there is a league/refereeing/broadcast bias against the Canucks. There isn't. I have watched more than enough Canucks games as a neutral fan to see there is nothing wrong. As a Flame fan, I'm not going to say anything about this series because you will accuse me of my own bias. However, the rest of the country has the intelligence to not notice the bias that doesn't exist.
  8. It doesn't matter who is calling Canucks games, some of you will always think there is bias against them. To the people moaning about broadcast bias, I think your selective listening is biased to only pick up on negativity. Stop being crybabies and just watch the damn game like a grown up.
  9. Sorry for nit picking, but you need to cut that dollar figure in half. Exxon is spending $100 million a day. I see your point though, it's still an astronomical amount of money
  10. Are you kidding? This is huge for CDC and brings a whole new dimension to CDC's endless "Is God Real?" debate that quite honestly goes no where no matter what is laid out on the table. Look, from this news all it took was the first reply and the subject was already started.
  11. Kinder Morgan pipeline activity and protests

    While I may not be a fan of pipelines, what's the alternative? Our society is dependent on petroleum and the stuff has to move somewhere somehow. The only other way to move oil in large volumes across land is by rail. I'm sure I know what the residents of Lac Magantic would prefer. With CN derailing another train in Saskatchewan last month, I don't think my faith in oil by rail is very high right now.
  12. All I found was a bunch of dolts on internet forums presenting baseless claims and theories with nothing to back themselves up, much like...
  13. LOL, you're using almost exactly what I used against you in another thread. So maybe I should do the same to you right now: Where's all your links and proof of all this? I want to see links! Oh wait I get it, you're trolling
  14. OMG Earthquake?

    With the great distance between us and Japan, you are most likely correct but it is almost impossible to predict the size of a tsunami. There is too many factors that affect it. Also Vancouver Island may not necassarily protect you. Depending on the angle and speed, the wave could propagate around it