Ryan Strome

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  1. Canadian Armed Forces Thread

    As if anyone else even had a chance. That being said this is the best choice. Type 26 named as the design for Canada’s future warship Irving Shipbuilding and Public Services and Procurement Canada have announced that BAE-Lockheed Martin is the industry team which scored the highest with their bid to provide the 15 new warships for the Royal Canadian Navy. The consortium is the “preferred bidder” according to the federal government, for the Canadian Surface Combatant program. Its design is the Type 26. That selection will now set off negotiations which in turn will – if all is successful – produce a contract. The entire project is worth $60 billion, with an estimated 60 per cent for the actual ship. Alion Science and Technology, along with its subsidiary Alion Canada, had submitted their proposal based on the Dutch De Zeven Provinciën Air Defence and Command (LCF) frigate. Navantia of Spain headed a team that included Saab Australia and CEA Technologies. Its proposal was based on the F-105 frigate design, a ship in service with the Spanish navy. Lockheed Martin Canada, is the prime on the team that if offering BAE’s Type 26 warship. More to come…….. https://ottawacitizen.com/news/national/defence-watch/type-26-named-as-the-design-for-canadas-future-warship
  2. Paul Bernardo to seek Parole Wednesday Oct. 17

    What the hell is wrong with this woman? She needs serious medical attention.
  3. This is absolutely unbelievable. Trump finds Saudi explanation ‘credible’, calls 18 arrests in Khashoggi probe a ‘great 1st step’ Calling Saudi Arabia a crucial ally against Iran that purchases billions of dollars-worth of US weapons, Donald Trump lamented Khashoggi’s “unacceptable” death but praised Riyadh for making the first arrests in the ongoing probe. “It is a good first step. It is a big step,”Trump said, admitting, though, that “some questions” do remain and that he will be dealing with Congress on how to proceed to address the issue. “Saudi Arabia has been a great ally but what happened in unacceptable,” Trump emphasized. “I would prefer if there is going to be some form of sanction, or what we may determine to do if anything,” the president said. “But I would prefer that we don't use as retribution, canceling the $110 billion-worth of work, which means 600,000 jobs.” “They have been a great ally in the Middle East. We need them as a counter-balance to Iran. So it's not the simplest solution. It's not the simplest situation to be in,” Trump reiterated, expressing hope that “it will get solved, it will get solved.” https://www.rt.com/usa/441790-trump-khashoggi-saudi-explanation/
  4. Oh the old switcheroo. Just looks even dumber now.
  5. Excuse me? His defense of Arabia is pretty stupid.
  6. Weed

    I don't care to get into this but @mpt has a point. Nobody is suppose to be subject to second hand smoke. Obviously cigarettes are far worse but any smoke into your lungs is unhealthy.
  7. Weed

    That's Players Filter you lightweight.
  8. Paul Bernardo to seek Parole Wednesday Oct. 17

    She also took part in it. Those two should both be executed. However, videotapes of the crimes surfaced after the plea bargain and demonstrated that she was a more active participant than she had claimed.[6][7]As a result, the deal that she had struck with prosecutors was dubbed in the Canadian press the "Deal with the Devil". Public outrage about Homolka's plea deal continued until her high-profile release from prison in 2005"
  9. That's kinda what I see as well. It's funny, both parties know there is a problem but are doing nothing to help fix the problem.
  10. [PGT] Vancouver Canucks vs. Pittsburgh Penguins | Oct. 16, 2018

    Where are the cdc folks who said to bench BB or send him down?
  11. Leave parties aside how on earth do Americans and US politicians think this debt problem will get better or fixed? Like Americans can't be this oblivious to reality are they?