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8 minutes ago, Ryan Strome said:

Well in grade 6 I lived in BC so is that your take on BCers? I always assumed BCers were low paid or welfare cases and the islanders were a bunch of pot smoking hippies.:P

Hard to argue with that. 

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4 minutes ago, Mackcanuck said:

Hard to argue with that. 

Keep in mind I always wanted to move to the Island. :P

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33 minutes ago, Ryan Strome said:

Well in grade 6 I lived in BC so is that your take on BCers? I always assumed BCers were low paid or welfare cases and the islanders were a bunch of pot smoking hippies.:P

After moving home thats Pretty spot on.

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36 minutes ago, Ryan Strome said:

Keep in mind I always wanted to move to the Island. :P

Cheers

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2 hours ago, Mackcanuck said:

I am not that exact person you are accusing me of being.

it is as wrong as me saying you are a toothless redneck who got kicked out of school in grade 6 for not shaving everyday.

 

My particular issue is not really with the pipeline, but, more super tankers filled with dilbit in the Salish Sea as I reside on Van. Island, which I have stated many times before.

You will not find me with my hair painted blue holding a sign protesting the pipeline, far from it.

I feel that Canapux are the right answer to both, Take the dil out of dilbit

There's four tankers of your sewer dumped in the Salish Sea every day. You seem to think it's surviving. A tanker or two of oil every few years wont hurt it at all. When it was just a Straight nothing seemed to matter. Now that it's a SEA omgz, it's so speeeeecial. The Salish Sea no less.  lol

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53 minutes ago, Bernards said:

There's four tankers of your sewer dumped in the Salish Sea every day. You seem to think it's surviving. A tanker or two of oil every few years wont hurt it at all. When it was just a Straight nothing seemed to matter. Now that it's a SEA omgz, it's so speeeeecial. The Salish Sea no less.  lol

That sewage is a main contributing factor to the dwindling numbers of killer whales but instead it's easier to blame something that hasn't happened yet.

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1 hour ago, Bernards said:

There's four tankers of your sewer dumped in the Salish Sea every day. You seem to think it's surviving. A tanker or two of oil every few years wont hurt it at all. When it was just a Straight nothing seemed to matter. Now that it's a SEA omgz, it's so speeeeecial. The Salish Sea no less.  lol

The properties around me all shoot there sewage into the ocean.its made crabbing close by impossible these same people have there head in the sand its ridiculous.

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5 minutes ago, Ryan Strome said:

That sewage is a main contributing factor to the dwindling numbers of killer whales but instead it's easier to blame something that hasn't happened yet.

Is that whats killing off the Herring? which the Salmon eat...which the Whales eat...

Is the ship noise just a small factor? There's an ad on tv out here saying the reduction of noise from the current ships, some agreement they have struck, will help the Whales.

Honest questions, I am moving to waterfront on Van Isl. Starting to get more interested in this topic cause I'm selfish. 

 

Anyway, Its gross, raw sewage into the ocean. That has to stop. 

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1 hour ago, bishopshodan said:

Is that whats killing off the Herring? which the Salmon eat...which the Whales eat...

Is the ship noise just a small factor? There's an ad on tv out here saying the reduction of noise from the current ships, some agreement they have struck, will help the Whales.

Honest questions, I am moving to waterfront on Van Isl. Starting to get more interested in this topic cause I'm selfish. 

 

Anyway, Its gross, raw sewage into the ocean. That has to stop. 

What I have been reading points to raw sewage and ship noise but I'm by no means an expert on this.

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1 hour ago, Ryan Strome said:

What I have been reading points to raw sewage and ship noise but I'm by no means an expert on this.

A complete elimination off all boats would be the best for whales

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16 minutes ago, Violator said:

A complete elimination off all boats would be the best for whales

sounds like some severe restrictions coming for sorts fishers anyway. :(

 

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