Heretic

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Heretic last won the day on January 28 2016

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  • Birthday 09/11/1963

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    God, Hugs, Wife, Daughters & Son, Hockey, Football, Motorcycle, Camping, Computers, Sci Fi...

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  1. My FB post from 6 years ago today "Happy "Canucks are in the Stanley Cup Final" day!"

    1. Squamfan

      Squamfan

      june 15 bitter sweet day best friends b0day and we know the other one

    2. Roger Neilson's Towel

      Roger Neilson's Towel

      That was my Facebook memory today as well. :(

  2. I was an adult when Shrek came out so I have no idea what the post below means. ;)

    1. -Stammer-

      -Stammer-

      Idk man I watched Shrek and I liked it, they hide a few adult jokes in the movie

       

  3. We have an update! CTV Vancouver Published Wednesday, May 24, 2017 11:20AM PDT Last Updated Wednesday, May 24, 2017 12:06PM PDT The NDP has increased its narrow lead in Courtenay-Comox, but there remain hundreds of absentee ballots to be counted. Elections BC is gradually tallying the ballots across the province for its final count, and put NDP candidate Ronna-Rae Leonard's vote count at 10,618 at noon Wednesday, 148 over her Liberal rival Jim Benninger. http://bc.ctvnews.ca/ndp-pulls-further-ahead-in-courtenay-comox-riding-1.3427476
  4. If it takes 1 minute to do each, and you have even only 10 people doing the counts, that's 90 minutes. Oh heck, take 2 mins, and it's still only 3 hours....and if there are more than 10 people... Or is there some little old granny doing it all by herself?
  5. Seriously now, how long does it take to count 900 ballots???? ---------------------------------- Day 2 of B.C. election final count ends with NDP leading by 101 votes in Courtenay-Comox Around 900 absentee ballots still to be counted in the crucial riding By Justin McElroy, CBC News Posted: May 23, 2017 6:01 PM PT Last Updated: May 24, 2017 7:15 AM PT British Columbia will have to wait at least one more day for a final result in the 2017 provincial election. There are still approximately 17,000 absentee ballots to be counted by Elections BC in 14 ridings, including around 900 in the crucial riding of Courtenay-Comox. There, NDP candidate Ronna-Rae Leonard leads by 101 votes over Liberal candidate Jim Benninger. Across the province, the B.C. Liberals' popular vote lead over the NDP has shrunk to 2,612 votes — 793,213 votes to 790,601. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/bc-election-final-count-keeps-going-1.4128494
  6. Live and let die is still one of my fav James Bond movies. "Names are for tombstones baby"
  7. Sir Roger Moore, star of 7 James Bond films, dies at 89 LONDON -- Roger Moore, the suavely insouciant star of seven James Bond films, has died in Switzerland. He was 89. The British actor died Tuesday after a short battle with cancer, according to a family statement posted on Moore's official Twitter account. "We know our own love and admiration will be magnified many times over, across the world, by people who knew him for his films, his television shows and his passionate work for UNICEF, which he considered to be his greatest achievement," the statement said. RELATED STORIES Actor Roger Moore 'heartbroken' over death of stepdaughter Roger Moore denies racism in comment on next James Bond Daniel Craig is now the second longest-serving James Bond ever RELATED LINKS Sir Roger Moore, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador PHOTOS Roger Moore at the Dorchester Hotel in London, on Aug. 1, 1972. (AP) Roger Moore with his co-stars Tanya Roberts, and Grace Jones on the set of the 007 action film 'A View to a Kill,' on Aug. 17, 1984. (Alexis Duclos / AP) Actors who played James Bond, from left: Timothy Dalton, Roger Moore and Pierce Brosnan, in London, on Nov. 17, 1996. (Alastair Grant / AP) Roger Moore and Barbara Bach at a screening of "The Spy Who Loved Me" at the Cannes Film Festival, on May 20, 1977. (AP) Moore's relaxed style and sense of whimsy, which relied heavily on the arched eyebrow, seemed a commentary on the essential ridiculousness of the Bond films, in which the handsome British secret agent was as adept at mixing martinis, bedding beautiful women and ordering gourmet meals as he was at disposing of super-villains trying to take over the world. "To me, the Bond situations are so ridiculous, so outrageous," he once said. "I mean, this man is supposed to be a spy and yet, everybody knows he's a spy. Every bartender in the world offers him martinis that are shaken, not stirred. What kind of serious spy is recognized everywhere he goes? It's outrageous. So you have to treat the humour outrageously as well." While he never eclipsed Sean Connery in the public's eye as the definitive James Bond, Moore did play the role of secret agent 007 in just as many films as Connery did, and he managed to do so while "finding a joke in every situation," according to film critic Rex Reed. The actor, who came to the role in 1973 after Connery tired of it, had already enjoyed a long career in films and television, albeit with mixed success. He was remembered warmly by fans of the popular U.S. 1950s-60s TV series "Maverick" as Beauregarde Maverick, the English cousin of the Wild West's Maverick brothers, Bret and Bart. He also starred in the 1959 U.S. series "The Alaskans." In England, he had a long-running TV hit with "The Saint," playing Simon Templar, the enigmatic action hero who helps put wealthy crooks in jail while absconding with their fortunes. By the time the series, which also aired in the United States, ended in 1969, his partnership with its producers had made him a wealthy man. Such success followed a Time magazine review of one of his earliest films, 1956's "Diane," in which his performance opposite Lana Turner was dismissed as that of "a lump of English roast beef." In the 1970s, film critic Vincent Canby would dismiss Moore's acting abilities as having "reduced all human emotions to a series of variations on one gesture, the raising of the right eyebrow." Born in London, the only child of a policeman, Moore had studied painting before enrolling in the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He played a few small roles in theatre and films before his mandatory army duty, then moved to Hollywood in the 1950s. He appeared opposite Elizabeth Taylor in 1954's "The Last Time I Saw Paris" and with Eleanor Parker in "Interrupted Melody" the following year. In 1970, he became managing director for European production for Faberge's Brut Productions. With the company, he co-starred with Tony Curtis in "The Persuaders!" for British television and was involved in producing "A Touch of Class," which won a best-actress Oscar for Glenda Jackson. Three years later, he made his first Bond film, "Live and Let Die." He would make six more, "The Man With the Golden Gun," "The Spy Who Loved Me," "Octopussy," "Moonraker," "For Your Eyes Only and "A View to a Kill" over the next 12 years. And while the Bond of the Ian Fleming novels that the films were based on was generally described as being in his 30s, Moore would stay with the role until he was 57. He continued to work regularly in films after handing over Bond to Timothy Dalton, but never with the same success. His post-Bond films included such forgettable efforts as "The Quest" with Jean-Claude Van Damme and "Spice World" with the Spice Girls. In 1991, Moore became a goodwill ambassador for UNICEF, having been introduced to the role by the late actress Audrey Hepburn. As Hepburn had, he threw much of his energy into the task. "I felt small, insignificant and rather ashamed that I had travelled so much making films and ignored what was going on around me," he said in describing how the work had affected him. In 1996, when his UNICEF job took him to the World Congress Against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children, he disclosed that he too had been a victim. "I was molested when I was a child -- not seriously -- but I didn't tell my mother until I was 16, because I felt that it was something to be ashamed of," he told The Associated Press. He gave no details, but said it was important to encourage young victims not to feel guilty. "They're being exploited. We have to tell them that," Moore said. Moore received the Dag Hammarskjold Inspiration Award for his work with UNICEF and was named a commander in France's National Order of Arts and Letters in 2008, an award he said was worth "more than an Oscar." That same year he published an autobiography, "My Word Is My Bond," which included details about his work on the Bond films, his friendship with Hepburn, his encounters with Cary Grant, Frank Sinatra, Elizabeth Taylor and other stars, and his health struggles -- including a bout with prostate cancer, which he beat. Moore was divorced three times, from skater Doorn Van Steyn in 1953, English singer Dorothy Squires in 1969 and Italian actress Luisa Mattioli, the mother of his children Deborah, Geoffrey and Christian, in 2000. He married a fourth time, in 2002, to Swedish socialite Kristina Tholstrup. Sir Roger Moore's Twitter account shared the news on Tuesday: View image on Twitter http://www.ctvnews.ca/entertainment/sir-roger-moore-star-of-7-james-bond-films-dies-at-89-1.3425053
  8. I don't agree with "Hockey Feed" that often, but when I do, it's because I feel the same: "It’s clear that Nolan Patrick and Nico Hischier will be selected with the first two picks but it’s quite unclear and wide open after those two amazing players." So why bother try and get 3rd when we have 5th?
  9. In my eyes, indisposed...
    In disguises no one knows...
    Hides the face, lies the snake...
    The sun in my disgrace...

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    2. Rubik

      Rubik

      They say the last song he sang was 'In My Time of Dying' a LZ cover. Ohh Chris.... :(

    3. Brad Marchand

      Brad Marchand

      The fact that I didn't listen to Soundgarden much growing up and still recognized the lyrics immediately speaks to the transcendence of his (and the entire band's) work.

       

      RIP Chris.

    4. Western Red

      Western Red

      I always thought it said;

       

      In my eyes, indisposed...
      In disguises no one knows...
      Hides the face, lies the snake...
      Summon my disgrace...

  10. What next? Eliminate home ice? Play all games on the road? Sorry, the home team having the last line change is just fine. If a team can't prepare for that - then they don't deserve to win a cup.
  11. RIP, feel the rhythm in your hands...
  12. There are a few people that don't like memes.  Yet someone assumes they were being singled out by a post and proceeds to berate me over it - and I'm the one supposedly lacking reading comprehension?  Yeah, that sounds about right LOL! 

  13. Good grief...are we turning into the 51st State of the USA?
  14. Well done Heineken, well done indeed.