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  1. 12 minutes ago, Alflives said:

    That was awesome!  Previous record fir most HRs in the derby 61 by Stanton.  Vlady jr. already has 67.  He’s still got the final round!  The game tomorrow is going to very anticlimactic.  I love this!  

    Yeah very exciting, especially when the guy you want to win, wins :gocan:

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  2. 1 hour ago, SabreFan1 said:

    I watched the whole clip on a news page.  His attempt at trying to make things better for Trump failed a second time.  He was dumb enough to interview the guy who started the chant.  Since his back was turned when it began, I don't think he realized who had started it.

     

    Faux News dropped the ball in protecting their dear leader.

    They had a falling out yesterday I thought.... Seeing Trump's tweets about how mad he was about their late night anchors or something.


  3. On 7/5/2019 at 11:56 AM, 2011 said:

    Hey guys,

    I'm new to PC gaming, and I would really like to get this game.  

    Is it playable with a mouse and keyboard? Is it better to play with a controller (I don't have one)? 

    Which is preferred?  

    Thanks in advance for any input and advice on this. 

    Unfortunately they don't make the NHL series for the PC anymore, which doesn't make any sense to me kind of stupid, they only offer the game on Xbox or PlayStation.


  4. 7 hours ago, apollo said:

    Bring back the attitude era! 

     

    Minus all the degrading stuff they did towards women. The ladies division has come too far to take backwards steps.

     

     

    Yeah totally agree, that's when it was the most exciting so why not, there is way worse stuff out there on YouTube now a days anyways, social media and YouTube wasn't a thing back then not everyone even had camera phones yet :lol:, people want that rawness that's the entertainment side so I say give the people what they want, and that's what AEW is doing.

     

    And yes regarding the woman's division, it has come pretty far, to the point where when I skip through stuff that I don't really care for but come across say Becky I'll watch and see, I never used to do that unless it was due to their looks instead. Actually another one who doesn't get much on Raw or SmackDown although recently she's been getting some, but more on main event right now is Dana Brooke. I've noticed that she's actually a very strong athlete, she needs work on the mic though, but I feel due to her raw strength she could give it a run one day for holding the belt or deserving of it one day down the road. But yes point is back in the attitude days I wasn't watching the woman for their wrestling skills, but for their looks, now I'm watching them for both :P

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  5. 8 hours ago, debluvscanucks said:

    I would guess that the inclination was already there, in the roots, and it wasn't a bi-product of a bad dude.

     

    That, perhaps, she was bi.   Then figured out that men just weren't for her? 

     

    Sometimes it takes awhile for people to figure out their insides.  A lot depends on the family culture and the fear of being black sheeped in the community, etc.  So much stigma to break through that perhaps it's taking the path of least resistance, at least initially.  But mine are guesses.  I do have two openly gay male cousins and have learned a lot from them.  And I love Esther The Wonder Pig's two dads.  And some of my best friends happen to be gay.  My daughter's long time BFF (who was like a son to me).  But I can't speak to the subject, fairly...mine is speculation.

     

    I've been hurt (badly) by a man. Hasn't "made me gay".   Because I don't feel it is a choice...I feel you'd be living a lie to "try" switching based on past history and results.

     

    Maybe women who went with societal  and/or family norms and expectations "tried" men before it didn't work  If someone decides, based on a past relationship, to date women and never ever men again, I'd say they were gay before the relationship and are just opening up to it.  Or, in the case that someone does "choose" in reaction and response to something?  They'll have to figure themselves out at some point and become their true self.

     

    I know gay men who "tried" dating women because it was how it was "supposed to be" according to neanderthals who have ideas of how everyone should live their life.  But they ended up with men and that's how it should have been all along, they just had to recognize and embrace it.  Just took some courage as it can be a daunting challenge with society being so cramped up and all.

     

    There are certainly "confused" people out there.  But if you "become a lesbian" and stay a lesbian...you are a lesbian.  And likely probably always were, but self awareness or other things factored in.  Whatever eventually steered you to that path was probably already somewhere in the cards except in rare cases (of mostly immaturity?) where "hurt/failed relationships" with one sex has you determine that you're "switching".  If you lash out at men because you've been hurt, that's ok.  But I'd argue those aren't gay people who have chosen, they're confused straight people who are running from the real issues of past hurt in relationships.   JMO

    Obviously first and foremost sucks that you had to experience that first hand, no one deserves that, but good that you were strong enough to get away from it that's the key which sounds like you did good on you, many aren't that strong and don't move on or leave.

     

    Now regarding the other stuff, I think if someone was totally against being gay they definitely would have that kind of mindset that they were living a lie, but I guess we all know that has never happened right....

     

    Maybe 20-30 years ago thinking that they were bisexual before if they decided to go that route, would of made more sense, but now a days with how diverse it is and how open and accepted the gay community is people aren't as afraid to try it or come out, it has opened others minds to the possibly of trying it, but 20-30 years ago they wouldn't of ever thought of trying it. 

     

    And again like I said before, I'm not talking about EVERYONE, because everyone is different.

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  6. On 7/5/2019 at 4:10 PM, Boeserker said:

     

    I honestly can't believe how arrogant and hypocritical you are (and this goes across multiple threads). Keep on your high horse, Champ, we accept all types here at CDC. :bigblush:

    Lol that's normal on here unfortunately, just got to pick and choose your battles with some sometimes, they can get a little narrow minded on things, and then they get real cranky if you don't agree with their bias opinion unfortunately, but that just comes with the old school mentality of a few here and possibly stubbornness.

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  7. On 7/5/2019 at 3:06 PM, gurn said:

    What ever you are smoking or drinking I recommend calling it a day. Get some food into yourself, it will help you a lot. Before you know it you won't be straw manning.

    Whatever I am smoking or drinking??? :lol: 

     

    Because you have a hard time trying to accept the possibility that someone, just someone may of not been bisexual before being gay. Dude go smoke another or have another drink, I think you got confused with what you were actually doing at that time, but nice read btw :lol:


  8. 13 hours ago, Bob.Loblaw said:

    Power forward culture is dying.  The NHL is getting faster and smaller.  Its biggest problem is that it is not getting safer.  And no, self-policing isn't going to become a thing again.  A proper reffing protocol and a proper disciplinary system can make the NHL an exciting, clean sport.  We are not there yet.

    I don't think it's dying, that's the media and the message the NHL is trying to send, but obviously watching playoffs that is not the case at all that it's dying. The game is definitely becoming more safer for smaller faster players to play in, but it's still not the model you want to build your whole team around. Right now the best model imo is a a good mix of both still, smaller faster and bigger stronger, and if it's a good balance throughout the lineup, then that will help you succeed the most still.

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  9. 4 minutes ago, Hutton Wink said:

    Absolute worst-case if we really needed cap, we could have recovered $1mil this year by buying out Schaller.  I had thought we could use Spooner in Utica, but considering they bought him out it must mean do they plan at least another signing or want to retain more flexibility this year.

    Having flexibility come trade deadline depending on where this team is standing is always a good thing too have.

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  10. 1 minute ago, SilentSam said:

    I think what you have stated is typical of the Team we had that surrounded him last season.

    Josh was given a chance here, where ha wasn’t in TO.. I think he showed well.. I think this contract shows that not only are the Canucks genuinely interested in him staying here,. But are allowing for a full season to really pull it together with some great forwards this season,.  And sign for better next season.

    Definitely agree, he was able to show some of his skills in roles here that he wouldn't of had in TO, behind them all there. So as someone else mentioned this is a show me contract, just hope he shows it and improves in a few other areas of his game and he should be able to get another contract out of it.

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  11. Decent signing, but he does need to step up is 200 ft game. No question he has offensive upside and skill when he wants to try and score, but he also has a tendency to float a bit if he isn't the one having the offensive opportunity, but if Green can get him working on that part of his game then this will be a good signing.

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