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  1. I think for most people, the band, and Gorden himself, the older material will be what we remember the Hip by the most. You can tell by there performance last night. When they played there old songs, they seem to be having fun and just rock'n it big time. I'm still in buzzing from what we all saw last night.It was a magical moment. Like Gordie once said of a band that opened for them," We are all richer for having seen them tonight". This is definitely true for me.
  2. this show go down in the hall of fame. epic moment in Rock .
  3. Was that Raonic in the stands at Eugenie's match? Thought he was not in Rio cause of the Zica scare...wtf
  4. I for one don't need a rule to give cyclists ample safe distance when I go by them at 90-100 km/h on the highway.I always pull left and give the cyclist at least 10 feet between me and them. If I see a cyclist on the other side of the highway and a car is coming towards them,I'll pull a little on the shoulder to give space for that car to have room to safely pass the cyclist. This got instilled in me once when we where going down the highway driving by a group a cyclists(I wasn`t driving btw),when suddenly a huge german shepard came out of a driveway and attempted to pounce on one of the cyclists just as we were driving by him,he had no choice then to swerve towards the middle of the highway to avoid the dog. The driver barely missed the cyclist thanks to his reflex. This is why I will give a good buffer between me and a cyclist,especially on a highway.
  5. Prince death confirmed OD The Canadian Press - Jun 2, 2016 / 12:28 pm | Story: 167208 Photo: The Canadian Press UPDATED: 12:30 p.m. Prince died of an accidental overdose of fentanyl, a powerful opioid painkiller that is up to 50 times more potent than heroin, autopsy results released Thursday show. The findings confirm suspicions that opioids played a role in the death of the superstar musician, who was found dead April 21 at his Minneapolis-area estate. After he died, authorities began reviewing whether an overdose was to blame and whether he had been prescribed drugs in the preceding weeks. According to a one-page report released by the Midwest Medical Examiner's Office, Prince administered the drug himself, but the date he took it was unknown. The office said it has completed its death investigation and had no further comment. Fentanyl is a synthetic drug that is partly responsible for a recent surge in overdose deaths in some parts of the country. Because of its risks, it is tightly controlled by the Food and Drug Administration. Pain patients who have built up a tolerance to other prescription painkillers, or who have become addicted, sometimes seek out stronger drugs such as heroin or fentanyl. More than 700 fentanyl-related overdoses were reported to the Drug Enforcement Administration in late 2013 and 2014. The drug also has legitimate medical uses. Prince, 57, died less than a week after his plane made an emergency stop in Moline, Illinois, for medical treatment as he was returning from an Atlanta concert. The Associated Press and other media reported, based on anonymous sources, that the superstar was found unconscious on the plane, and first responders gave him a shot of Narcan, an antidote used in suspected opioid overdoses. The autopsy was conducted the day after Prince's body was found. At least two doctors' names have come up in the death investigation being conducted by the Carver County Sheriff's Office, the U.S. Attorney's Office in Minnesota and the Drug Enforcement Administration. Dr. Michael Todd Schulenberg, a family practitioner, treated Prince twice in the weeks before his death and told investigators he prescribed medications for the singer. The medications were not specified in a search warrant for the Minnesota hospital that employed Schulenberg at the time. Schulenberg saw Prince April 7 and April 20 — the day before his death — according to the warrant. Schulenberg's attorney has declined to comment on the case. Dr. Howard Kornfeld, a California addiction specialist, was asked by Prince's representatives on April 20 to help the singer. Kornfeld sent his son Andrew on a redeye flight that night, and Andrew was among the people who found Prince's unresponsive body the next morning, according to Kornfeld's attorney, William Mauzy. The younger Kornfeld, who is not a doctor, was carrying buprenorphine, a medication that can be used to treat opioid addiction by easing cravings and withdrawal symptoms, Mauzy said, explaining that Andrew Kornfeld intended to give the medication to a Minnesota doctor who had cleared his schedule to see Prince on April 21. Mauzy has refused to identify that doctor. Schulenberg is not authorized to prescribe buprenorphine. Prince's death came two weeks after he cancelled concerts in Atlanta, saying he wasn't feeling well. He played a pair of makeup shows April 14 in that city, and then came the emergency landing in Moline. He was scheduled to perform two shows in St. Louis but cancelled them shortly before his death. The superstar had a reputation for clean living, and some friends said they never saw any sign of drug use. But longtime friend and collaborator Sheila E. has told the AP that Prince had physical issues from performing, citing hip and knee problems that she said came from years of jumping off risers and stage speakers in heels.
  6. reminds of of this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EdUr43acx94
  7. Big game tomorrow, Not only do the Raps play for a city, but there playing for Canada "WE THE NORTH". A lot more pressure on this team then any other teams in the league. GO RAPS
  8. That's what I was thinking,but.Is he in Europe? Maybe he was sleeping before the interview and was all sleepy since it's night time down there??? But,He sounded Reeeeeeally high.
  9. I'm Blaise but not an MP,buuuut, it'll be nice to be able to get my weed without having to buy it from some random a dude at a street corner or bar. Not that I have to do this, but when I moved to Quebec from BC,it was a big stress to not have a steady supplier. Anyway,nice to see things are moving forward on this issue.
  10. Rap's facing Indiana in the first round of the playoffs. I don't wanna do it because I don't know how to do all that stuff.... ,but it would be really cool to get a Raptors thred going for the playoffs. Love the TSN team,especially Jack Armstrong(he's hilarious). Check it out, all of Canada will be cheering for the Raps this spring. GO RAPTORS GO.
  11. Hey people,Just wondering if anyone is paying attention to the Raptor's now a day's, but there looking pretty good coming into the Playoff's. I'll definitely be watching the playoffs....for sure. Only Canadian prosport team in a playoff this year, so might as well cheer on our Raps.... Sure hope TSN is broadcasting .
  12. Has nothing to do with hockey,but that performance by Chantal Kreviazuk was intense. I had tears...
  13. Going off topic on you guy's, but it was the rock band " The Deftones" playing that gig and left the building 15 minutes before the attack in the concert hall. And,This to me,,could be the start a true international launch against these terrorists and there ideologies. Even the Russians are showing discust at this attack.http://www.fuse.tv/2015/11/deftones-paris-terrorist-attack-15-minutes I
  14. C'mon Osona ......C'mon......