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Everything posted by ChuckNORRIS4Cup

  1. I would say you have the same for both so that's good, you believe after a 100 years times have changed and so do laws, unfortunately many in the US don't, they will agree on the issue that illegal immigrants are no good and need new laws to stop it, but will not think like that on a gun related issue for some reason.
  2. Okay now on a more serious note, this actually went through my mind last night. I don't want to have crazy high expectations for this to happen, but I'm going to be optimistic and think there's a possibility that it could happen. Imo Ferland could have a break out season this year, if he does find that chemistry with the EP and as long as Brock signs so they can start building that chemistry right away. Again if chemistry connects this could become the new WCE type line for the Canucks again. You have Brock who I've always said reminds me of a Naslund type again, Pettersson who would be the Morrison fill in but a much more better skilled version of a Morrison, then you have Ferland who would be the Bertuzzi fill in on that line. And just like Bertuzzi this could help Ferland to make it to that next level, as he has shown he's capable of putting the puck in the net just finding the right players and role to reach that next level could be here....
  3. Don't get me wrong I get what you're saying, and I get what Gurn is saying as well, times have changed, but so have guns in the last 100 years, to bad Americans can't use that same logic towards that issue.
  4. At the amount of times the OP spelled Ferland incorrect even after posting videos with his name spelled correctly on the video to show you Edit: Even his first name was spelled incorrect
  5. I'll admit at one time I felt like that regarding Sanchez but never Stroman, but injury season after injury season to Sanchez I started losing that hope for him. But pitchers don't normally last as long on teams unless they're a dominant pitcher, it's much more rare then a dominant positional player and I believe Vladdy and Bo are going to be those types of dominant players, so I put them as safe for now for sure.
  6. Definitely a safe bet, and even of neither lasts their whole careers here they will be here for a good chunk of it I believe.
  7. I'm surprised Trump hasn't lobbied yet to make it the Trump Peace Prize...
  8. no all good man, just was playing around. Definitely a good buy nice one! Jealous I want one now
  9. Man I wish it was April 1st that would of been a good one, I wasted it to early
  10. Nice hopefully he stays, Rogers supposedly doesn't want to pay Vlad and Bo they only are willing to pay for one, so will be interesting to see which one stays....
  11. <<<<<< Too bad Matthews can't be near Ryan Kesler level for modeling
  12. Yes regarding the Sanchez, Biagini, and prospect trade one I get that frustration as I to am not happy with Atkins on that return and probably won't ever be, but doesn't mean I'm going to start trashing the rest of the players on this team to win now all of a sudden. Stroman is a cancer on any team imo, his head's just way to big for his small frame of a body, so getting ride of him was huge for the mindset of the prospects going forward on this team, getting him off the Jays was a win win.
  13. Correct. Everyone well almost everyone knew they weren't going to be strong this year it was going to be an opportunity for the young guys to start coming in to see for the Jays future down the road as you mentioned a new core, then the young guys started over achieving maybe a bit and showed some promise of what the future could bring us, and then it's like everyone forgot again they were in a rebuild year....
  14. Surprised San Jose and their fan base and media isn't trying to force Thornton to retire like the Canucks did with the Sedins... The Sedins combined for 105 points in their last year, but that wasn't good enough to change people's minds on keeping them, but people are praising it as a good deal for Thornton to continue playing
  15. He's just waiting another year until Tryamkin comes back then he will sign here again.
  16. Yes because they're not informing the public of the risks of interacting with a wild crow
  17. When I get a pet I get it weeks or a month old max, not something that's 5 years old in which case yes you maybe correct, but at the same time they are treated and checked before so they don't have diseases and if they're to dangerous for humans they put them down, they don't just go around and collect every stray cat and slap a tag on it and say here you go lol. Here's a story when I was about 10 years old and not knowing any better, I was walking home from school and found a dead squirrel so decided to bring it home to have it buried, man was my mother livid, I wasn't aware of the diseases they can carry. Reason why I did it was because we had a squirrel that would show up on our porch and I would always feed it peanuts, so in a way it was like a pet, but I didn't start telling all my friends or show casing him to everyone to come see it, didn't bring it in the house didn't pet it like a real pet, I put peanuts on the ground and that was it, it wasn't something to bring into the house though. Once I found out the diseases they can carry I learned to keep my distance, imo show casing this crow as a friendly wild rodent for the younger generation imo is the wrong message, because I doubt like myself at a young age kids don't know this that they can carry diseases, I just believe it's the wrong message to send to kids and not telling them of the problems instead that a wild crow can carry.
  18. Well of course because they can carry diseases, just like a crow can, we shouldn't be ignoring that just because one got some attention.
  19. I'm pretty sure you answered your own question here, domesticated ones is the key word here, not wild. I didn't pick up a stray cat in the alley and take it home...
  20. So you would be okay with a wild rat hanging out with you will you eat your meal because he became popular for some antics he pulled? I highly doubt you would feel the same for the rat as you do for this crow. I'm also pretty sure they have said for years in Vancouver DON'T FEED THE WILD BIRDS FOR A REASON.
  21. Yeah saw that one to, but again if it was a rat instead doing this would people feel the same way they do for the crow... It's a wild crow that can carry a disease do people just forget about this stuff all of a sudden because he made the news...
  22. I'm not denying they can be intelligent animals, lots of animals can be intelligent but doesn't mean they should be a pet especially when they're wild. So if a rat in Vancouver (Marchand jokes coming) decided one day to be like this crow and not be afraid of humans, I guess Vancouver would make him their new pet as well....