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  1. 8 points
    bigg jay

    W Hub

  2. 8 points
    delayed response to this... I agree with you and think they are both very good receivers... but on top of that, they are true Mike O'Shea guys... they take their role and give 100% on every play... they put the team success ahead of their personal success... when Bailey scored that TD in the GC (which we all know was called back) all he did was celebrate that they're going to win... not his personal accolades... Another quick story... after the parade, my friend and I went our separate ways and he happened to run across Lawler doing an impromptu autograph session... Lawler had a friend there saying "it's cold, let's go" (obviously paraphrasing)... and Lawler refused to leave saying the weather was fine and it's all about the fans... he wouldn't leave until they all got an autograph... These are the kind of players we want on this team...
  3. 8 points
    You're #1, you’re #1..
  4. 7 points
    Noeller

    Favourite Non Bomber

    I'll kill you while you sleep........
  5. 7 points
    There is a lot of sensationalist bullcrap in that article. I would count that maybe half of that holds any merit. But half of it being true isn't great for the league, either. It mentions Wade Miller running the league, and in the same breath talks about presidents not taking any paycuts. https://3downnation.com/2020/04/16/bombers-cut-payroll-wade-miller-kyle-walters-mike-oshea-included/ He mentions the Riders budget in how they bring in 30 million dollars in revenues and how they ended up losing money. Don't the Riders disclose their finances just like us? It's not like 30 million goes directly in their pockets. There are costs. The kicker was when they spent 2 million dollars on the Grey Cup that didn't happen. The margins in the CFL are fairly thin. If you're going to throw a bunch of **** out there, you might want to make sure a whole bunch of it isn't proven false.
  6. 7 points
    Mr Dee

    2019-20 CFL Offseason

  7. 7 points
    Tracker

    2019-20 CFL Offseason

    I remain confident that there will be a 2020 season and that the league will surivive. Its too much a part of the Canadian indentity to be allowed to fold.
  8. 7 points
    17to85

    Black Lives Matter

    It just blows my mind that they are so tone deaf that they think the answer to protests about police brutality is more police brutality... Just insane.
  9. 7 points
    blue_gold_84

    2019-20 CFL Offseason

    Raise your hand if you're still a self-centered douchecanoe who basically stole money from a team willing to help you keep your CFL career alive. "Against all odds - I'm gonna steal."
  10. 7 points
    JCon

    US Politics

    Collins is really concerned too. Really, really concerned. So much so, she keeps protecting him. Mukowski has done the same. It's all fake consternation, worried about their own re-election hoping to dupe the supporters again.
  11. 7 points
    Wideleft

    US Politics

    This is gold! How Western media would cover Minneapolis if it happened in another country By Karen Attiah Global Opinions editor May 29, 2020 at 3:57 p.m. CDT If we talked about what is happening in Minneapolis the same way we talk about events in a foreign country, here’s how the Western media would cover it. The quotes and those “quoted” in the piece below are fictional. In recent years, the international community has sounded the alarm on the deteriorating political and human rights situation in the United States under the regime of Donald Trump. Now, as the country marks 100,000 deaths from the coronavirus pandemic, the former British colony finds itself in a downward spiral of ethnic violence. The fatigue and paralysis of the international community are evident in its silence, America experts say. The country has been rocked by several viral videos depicting extrajudicial executions of black ethnic minorities by state security forces. Uprisings erupted in the northern city of Minneapolis after a video circulated online of the killing of a black man, George Floyd, after being attacked by a security force agent. Trump took to Twitter, calling black protesters “THUGS”’ and threatening to send in military force. “When the looting starts, the shooting starts!” he declared. “Sure, we get it that black people are angry about decades of abuse and impunity,” said G. Scott Fitz, a Minnesotan and member of the white ethnic majority. “But going after a Target crosses the line. Can’t they find a more peaceful way, like kneeling in silence?” Ethnic violence has plagued the country for generations, and decades ago it captured the attention of the world, but recently the news coverage and concern are waning as there seems to be no end in sight to the oppression. “These are ancient, inexplicable hatreds fueling these ethnic conflicts and inequality," said Andreja Dulic, a foreign correspondent whose knowledge of American English consists of a semester course in college and the occasional session on the Duolingo app. When told the United States is only several hundred years old, he shrugged and said, “In my country, we have structures still from the Roman empire. In their culture, Americans think that a 150-year-old building is ancient history.” Britain usually takes an acute interest in the affairs of its former colony, but it has also been affected by the novel coronavirus. “We’ve seen some setbacks with the virus, but some Brits see the rising disease, staggering unemployment and violence in the States and feel as if America was never ready to govern itself properly, that it would resort to tribal politics,” said Andrew Darcy Morthington, a London-based America expert. During the interview, a news alert informed that out of the nearly 40,000 coronavirus deaths in the United Kingdom, 61 percent of the health-care workers who have died were black and or have Middle Eastern backgrounds. Morthington didn’t seem to notice. “Like I was saying, we don’t have those American racism issues here.” Trump, a former reality-TV host, beauty pageant organizer and businessman, once called African nations “shithole countries." But he is now taking a page from African dictators who spread bogus health remedies, like Yahya Jammeh of Gambia, who claimed he could cure AIDS with bananas and herbal potions and pushed his treatments onto the population, resulting in deaths. Trump appeared to suggest injecting bleach and using sunlight to kill the coronavirus. He has also said he has taken hydroxycholoroquine, a drug derived from quinine, a long-known jungle remedy for malaria. Doctors have advised against using the treatment to prevent or treat the coronavirus. Meanwhile, Americans desperate to flee will face steep challenges to cross borders, as mismanagement of the coronavirus and ethnic tensions in the country have made them undesirable visitors. But some struggling American retailers, like Neiman Marcus, are hoping to lure shoppers with traditional 19th-century colonial travel fantasies through neutral khakis and cargo shorts as part of a “Modern Safari” collection. “Utilitarian details & muted tones meet classic femininity,” reads a caption under the photograph of a white woman. Pith helmets were not included in the accessory lineup. Some nations are considering offering black Americans special asylum. “Members of the white ethnic majority are forming armed militia groups, demanding their freedom to go back to work for the wealthy class who refer to workers as ‘human capital stock,’ despite the huge risk to workers,” said Mustapha Okango, a Nairobi-based anthropologist. “This is a throwback to the days when slavery was the backbone of the American economy. Black slaves were the original essential workers, and they were treated as non-human stock.” Africa could be an ideal asylum destination, as several African countries have managed to contain the coronavirus outbreak through aggressive early measures and innovations in testing kits. Senegal, a nation of 16 million, has only seen 41 deaths. “Everyone predicted Africa would fall into chaos,” Okango said. “It is proof that being a black person in this world doesn’t kill you, but being a black person in America clearly can.” The African Union did not respond to requests for comment, but it released a statement that said “we believe in American solutions for American problems.” Around the world, grass-roots organizations, celebrities, human rights activists and even students are doing what they can to raise money and awareness about the dire situation in America. “It’s sad that the Americans don’t have a government that can get them coronavirus tests or even monthly checks to be able to feed their families,” said Charlotte Johnson, a 18-year-old Liberian student activist, who survived the Ebola pandemic. “100,000 people are dead, cities are burning, and the country hasn’t had a day of mourning? Lives don’t matter, especially not black lives. It’s like they’re living in a failing state.” https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/05/29/how-western-media-would-cover-minneapolis-if-it-happened-another-country/#comments-wrapper
  12. 7 points
    bustamente

    US Politics

  13. 7 points
    TrueBlue4ever

    US Politics

    Long rant coming. Ignore if you wish, just need to get this off my chest, not looking for any response necessarily. Let's just sit back and remember that 62,000,000 Americans voted for him last time. I was in Arizona in February when he held a rally, and there was a buzz around the city when he came in. He has disgusted and divided his country in the eyes of many within and many outside the USA but he is still popular with a large segment of Americans, and those he is popular with find him very popular. I suspect there will be less fence-sitters this election than last, and I would like to think that even the Bernie Bros. who are ticked about their guy losing to Biden will take a step back and realize that this election is all about "do you want Trump or not?" Yesterday he crossed a line by declaring war of some of his citizens and utilizing the military to take control. That speech could be seen as very frightening if you accept the narrative that he has been pushing for a fascist state. There was no veiled text in his call for law and order against Antifa and all the other agitators who he sees as threatening his America. But if you accept the narrative that the fake media has been out to get him and the deep state has tried to take him out and sabotage him despite a legitimate election victory, then that image of him walking to re-claim sacred holy ground that had been vandalized by thugs the night before is a powerful unifying image, and the willingness to stand up to and dominate the bullies who tried to destroy the country and harm innocent Americans sends a message of strength, guts, courage. (Forget that he tear-gassed peaceful protestors to clear the park and had armed guards escorting him, his state-owned media at FOX and AON will spin it as quelling an insurrection). If you believe that your America is great again once those violent black people (who proved it once again that they want to destroy all peace-loving whites with their actions, and don't respect law and order as proven by their attacks on the police) are put in their place, then yesterday was another triumphant stand against them, just like the election in 2016 was. It is chilling to write this, but even more chilling to think that what I just laid out is the mindset of 10's of millions of Americans right now, and not just the fringe elements. And if you don't subscribe to this view, then are you not more than a little afraid of how readily the police and military were willing to do Trump's bidding and clear the streets? Images of media being shot at, peaceful protestors being maced and tear-gassed and beaten with shields and clubs, people standing on the porches of their homes being told "get inside now" by military soldiers parading down the street in their Humvees, and then hearing "light 'em up" and getting shot at when they were already off the street (but not inside, so not good enough) filled my screen, but I think they will be drowned out by the "law and order" crowd who see this as justifiable and proper action to "dominate" the rebellion. These remind me of the images of the army moving in to Tiananmem Square - at least it would not surprise me if that's where this is headed. But Americans, Dem or Repub, do like to agree on one thing - that America is the best nation in the world. They have loved to be labelled as cowboys, those brave individualists who stand up to tyranny and play by their own rules. It's mirrored in the slogan "America First". So I think that a whole lot of them give Trump not just a pass but an A+ grade for his action, because it reinforces how tough he is (and, by transitive property for his supporters, they are). There was a line in Captain America where the Red Skull said "I'm not sure if arrogance is a purely American trait, but you certainly do it better than anyone else", and I fear that arrogance has blinded many Americans from seeing what is really going on. The ironic thing is just how blindly hypocritical Americans who follow Trump are too. Government should not interfere, but use all the force of the Government to control the people (at least those who don't line up with my ideology). We demand the cities open up and we have the individual freedom to go get a haircut, and will storm a capitol building with my AR 15 for intimidation purposes to get what we want, and no Government can stop us, but how dare those unarmed protestors speak out in anger about racial injustice in the wrong way with vandalism (although peaceful resistance by taking a knee at a sporting event without violence was also "the wrong way" so maybe it's the message and not the means that's really irks those who complain), and the Government should step in and stop it. The COVID lockdown is unconstitutional and my safety is my own business and my choice if I go out and risk catching or spreading the virus, but hey let's impose a nationwide curfew because I am in danger from those thugs, looters, Antifa, etc. My rights are enshrined in the Constitution, and no Government can take those away, but hey let's violate the freedom of the press, freedom of speech, and freedom of lawful assembly if they stand for something other than what I stand for, and let the Government use the full power of the military to facilitate the taking away of those rights. The next "funny" irony will be the 2nd Amendment. "Patriots" have always bastardized the meaning of the Amendment to justify an individual's right to own automatic weapons, armor-piercing bullets, Kevlar, and the like to ensure their personal safety and freedom, when the original intent was to keep a well-regulated civilian militia to protect the country, and act as a police force when necessary, especially against a tyrannical Government. Well, if there was ever a situation that mirrored the original intent of the Constitutional Amendment, would it not be arming oneself to defend against Government forces (be they police or military) attacking unarmed civilians to "dominate" citizens in the name of "one law"? You wonder how quickly Trump would try to revoke that right if he felt their was a threat of insurrection from the masses who were prepared to fight his firepower with their own? And would his followers jump on board with that infringement on their liberty if they suddenly felt that perceived threat and abdicated their power to him? "My right to guns does not extend to someone's else's equal right to guns, because they disagree with me, so yeah the government can take away their guns and put in restrictive laws, I agree with that restriction because it's in my best interest (until it isn't its the part they don't see). Other dictators have been able to suppress freedom by armed force when necessary, without fear of reprisal because their citizens did not have the same access to weaponry that the Government did. In the US it's a whole different ball game. Wonder how that will play out?
  14. 6 points
    Brandon

    Favourite Non Bomber

    I will disagree... I found a lot of Durant's success was him hucking the ball in the air and his receivers making big plays for him. When the receivers wouldn't make the plays he struggled.
  15. 6 points
    M.Silverback

    Favourite Non Bomber

    I liked this thread idea as a fan of football and the CFL, and as an actual football discussion. Is it dead because there's some unwritten rule that we're not allowed to appreciate talented CFL players who are not Bombers? I'm not abiding by that rule. Here's four Western Conference players I loved watching, but hated when they were dominating our Bombers: Mervyn Fernandez - BC Lions - really dominant player. Also had a decent NFL career. Warren Moon - Edmonton - Best player I have ever seen play in the CFL. John Helton - Calgary - Also a former Bomber, but, killed us for 10 years as a Stampeder Bobby Jurasin - Saskatchewan - Always disruptive, always involved. Secretly wished he was a Bomber
  16. 6 points
    Blueandgold

    2019-20 CFL Offseason

    He didn’t go on a homophobic rant. He literally said that he doesn’t support gay marriage. He didn’t say that he hates gay people or anything derogatory towards them. Not to mention that gay marriage is still relatively new and that many people grew up in religious households where that is not supported. Someone should not be lynched for having a different view than you or I. We should focus on educating people on why that thought is considered inappropriate. Instead, we resort to calling the person a bigot and demand they lose their job. People participating in cancel culture as the ones who are saying we need to be tolerant of everyone’s views. Yet at the same time, are also the first ones to call a person a piece of **** on social media and not engage in any sort of discussion with them. I just think that educating and reasoning is a better option than automatically declaring that the person is garbage.
  17. 6 points
    TrueBlue4ever

    US Politics

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/crooksandliars.com/2020/06/trumps-walk-shame/amp
  18. 6 points
    bigg jay

    Covid-19

  19. 6 points
    Noeller

    Training Camp Memories

    God, I miss TC. I've only been a couple of times, but the best one, by far, was the year the Women's World Cup was on, so TC was moved over to the field next to IGF. @17to85 and I road-tripped it out from Calgary to spend a couple days at camp. A hell of a time. All the fans could come and sit right on the sidelines and watch. All the media folks were there...I remember Bob Irving playing with his granddaughter for a bit during it.....I remember Wade Miller coming out and announcing that they'd brought in hot dog carts and it was free food for everyone. Dave was wearing his Doug Brown jersey, and it was the year that Ivan Brown was trying to make the team, and was also going to be wearing 97, so he was yelling at Dave about the jersey....and I think he said something about how it was nice that he wouldn't even have to change the nameplate. Ha ha. Ray was there with his Feoli-Gudino jersey cheering on his boy. Man, that was a great time...
  20. 6 points
    Tracker

    US Politics

    https://www.alternet.org/2020/06/here-are-7-stunning-details-from-a-new-report-about-john-boltons-explosive-book/ The book confirms House testimony that Mr. Bolton was wary all along of the president’s actions with regard to Ukraine and that Mr. Trump explicitly linked the security aid to investigations involving Mr. Biden and Hillary Clinton. On Aug. 20, Mr. Bolton writes, Mr. Trump “said he wasn’t in favor of sending them anything until all the Russia-investigation materials related to Clinton and Biden had been turned over.” Mr. Bolton writes that he, Mr. Pompeo and Defense Secretary Mark T. Esper tried eight to 10 times to get Mr. Trump to release the aid. 2. Bolton says that similar incidents occurred with Turkey and China. “The pattern looked like obstruction of justice as a way of life, which we couldn’t accept,” Bolton wrote. He blames the Democrats for impeaching Trump on grounds that were far too narrow and solely focused on Ukraine, but this complaint is deeply ironic given Bolton’s refusal to testify. 3. Trump tried to get China to help him win re-election, the book claims. Bolton wrote that “the president overtly linked policy to his own political fortunes as he asked [Chinese President] Xi to buy a lot of American agricultural products to help him win farm states in this year’s election. Mr. Trump, he writes, was ‘pleading with Xi to ensure he’d win. He stressed the importance of farmers, and increased Chinese purchases of soybeans and wheat in the electoral outcome.'” 4. Trump reportedly did not know Britain is a nuclear power. This is a basic fact about world politics, and yet the president seems to have no clue what’s going on. 5. Trump reportedly asked if Finland is a part of Russia. The report doesn’t say who Trump asked. Hopefully, it wasn’t the Finns. Or the Russians. 6. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reportedly dismissed Trump’s overtures to North Korea as useless. During Mr. Trump’s 2018 meeting with North Korea’s leader, according to the book, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo slipped Mr. Bolton a note disparaging the president, saying, “He is so full of ****.” A month later, Mr. Bolton writes, Mr. Pompeo dismissed the president’s North Korea diplomacy, declaring that there was “zero probability of success.” 7. Bolton says he reported cases of Trump’s potential abuses of power to Attorney General Bill Barr. It’s not clear if anything ever came of these reports.
  21. 6 points
  22. 6 points
    Mr Dee

    Covid-19

    Speedy, you can’t have it both ways. You've advocated opening things up because you've had it with lockdowns. Understandable. But, now you’re saying it’s irresponsible to have protests in what is probably a huge, potential turning point in American history. The biggest awareness by thousands and thousands of all races. And yes, it does come with potential problems, but they’ve made their choices because they’ve had enough. But why call the organizers socialists and communists and single them out for wanting change in a massive attempt to actually make a difference? This shouldn’t be political. It goes beyond that. Its about humankind and the attempt to right so many wrongs.
  23. 6 points
    Mike

    2019-20 CFL Offseason

    I mean, it blows my mind that nobody in the CFL office thought “hey, if the global pandemic makes cash flow difficult, a good alternative would be lowering the Argos’ salary cap for 2020 by the amount they went over in 2019” Skating by with no penalty? That’s an absolute joke lol
  24. 6 points
    Stickem

    2019-20 CFL Offseason

    What the hell is Ambrosie doing....letting the argos' off the hook....He's setting a bad precedent here...I understand that this franchise is on life support BUT knowing they cheated and allowing them to keep a first rounder they didn't deserve, and doubling down on an extra territorial pick is just plain bull$hit ...He could've let the fine go but for cripes sake have the balls to back up the rest of the punishment...All of the rest of the clubs are presently wondering what the hell is going on...BRUTAL
  25. 6 points
    Bomber_fanaddict

    2019-20 CFL Offseason

    Well Sask can just use all those "spare" houses they have for hiding players. They will be fine.
  26. 6 points
    Mark H.

    Covid-19

    I think they basically just decided that #BLM protests were too important and they didn’t want to deal with the optics of shutting them down. I think they’re rolling the dice on this one.
  27. 6 points
    The Unknown Poster

    Black Lives Matter

    wow!
  28. 6 points
    The Unknown Poster

    Black Lives Matter

  29. 6 points
    Jpan85

    2019-20 CFL Offseason

    Wonder if they look at Marshall Ferguson he knows the game has been doing PxP for a few years now.
  30. 6 points
    The Unknown Poster

    Black Lives Matter

    What???
  31. 6 points
    Mr Dee

    2019-20 CFL Offseason

    The Riders seem so inconsequential nowadays.
  32. 6 points
    HardCoreBlue

    US Politics

    I wish people reporting on these events would stop using the term Trump falsely claimed . . .. Just write Trump lied about . . . .
  33. 6 points
    Brandon

    Did You Know..

    As I said before.... why do people listen to professional athletes expecting them to be some source of great wisdom. Drew Brees knows how to throw a football.... people should only listen to him on his opinions on how to run an offense and how to throw the pigskin.....
  34. 6 points
    bustamente

    US Politics

    Someday all of Trump's cronies will need to be investigated as to why they enabled and supported a self indulgent delusional psychopath narcissist, especially Blanche and Cruz
  35. 6 points
    Rich

    Canadian Politics

    For anyone who doesn't think racism is in Canada, and it isn't contained only to indigenous people, here is an article that may hit closer to home. https://www.cbc.ca/sports/football/cfl/cfl-khari-jones-death-threats-winnipeg-1.5595506 I don't know what kind of person you have to be that you would go out of your way to send death threats to two people, who you likely don't even know and really have no impact of effect on your life, but just because the colour of their skin differ..... I also have black friends here in the city who have been racially profiled by the police. Will not go into all of the details, but he was in a financial position to fight it, and force the issue to go to court, and after being overtly followed by police while this whole thing was happening (which he assumed was supposed to be some form of intimidation), constant delays in the system and being told by prosecutors and even his own lawyer to just give it up it isn't worth it, paying tens of thousands of dollars in legals fees, and while he ultimately won the court case, the cop ended up retiring before the court date and in the end, there was no real impact to the cop. But he fought it and paid the money to prove a point ... and won. There is no doubt that we hear lots of stories of black football players that come up to Winnipeg, and do love it here, embrace it, and find how they are treated here better then back home, and that is great, we all love hearing those stories. But that is not an excuse to say we are all good here, that racism doesn't exist, or it isn't as bad. It is a very ugly fact that if history is a predictor of the future, racism will always exist, and everyone needs to do their part so it doesn't grow and flare up into something even uglier.
  36. 5 points
    SpeedFlex27

    Covid-19

    Just got a call from Alberta Health Services. I tested negative for the Covid 19 virus. Although I can now say that I do have a cold. Which tells me how easy it still is to pick up the virus as I have not gone out much the past 3 months & I carry hand sanitizer in my car. I also wash my hands as often as I can. The virus is invisible so we don't know where & when we touch it on an exposed surface.
  37. 5 points
    Brandon

    Favourite Non Bomber

    Ricky Ray was infuriating as it seemed like the guy could always find the open receiver and drop it perfectly into his hands. After years of guys like Brink skipping the ball into the dirt it was very hard to watch Ray beautifully lay it into a receivers hands in stride.
  38. 5 points
    do or die

    US Politics

    Why jump into the ring, when your opponent is busy punching himself in the face?
  39. 5 points
    blue_gold_84

    Canadian Politics

    Your assbleed over Trudeau in this thread is nothing short of comical. The CBC has been alive and well for decades and that hasn't changed since the Liberals won the election five years ago. Trudeau isn't charge of **** as far as CBC goes but if you truly believe such nonsense, you'd have to make the same ridiculous claim for Harper when he was PM. CBC doesn't change its stripes when power changes hands. As for your whining about bias, have a read: https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/cbc-news-canadian-broadcasting/ CBC may lean slightly left but its reporting accuracy is high and that's ultimately what determines the quality of a news outlet.
  40. 5 points
    BBlink

    2019-20 CFL Offseason

    I'm sure there are some good players in the XFL. But they were picking from a pool of players that were already 1. Not in the NFL and 2. Not in the CFL . So I really wouldn't be making such bold claims.
  41. 5 points
    McKay could honestly end up being a huge signing and if he’s not, maybe re-evaluate what the hell we’re doing to assess receiver prospects that we’d wait 4 years for him
  42. 5 points
    HardCoreBlue

    Covid-19

    Something I read resonated with me. It read something like 'We're not all in the same boat but we're all certainly in the same storm'. I like the way this is put because some people are definitely in more crappy boats than others.
  43. 5 points
    17to85

    Covid-19

    BECAUSE EXTREME MEASURES WERE TAKEN!
  44. 5 points
    Mark H.

    Covid-19

    I can absolutely believe this, and I'll tell you why. As most of you know by now, I'm a Hutterite. We are sort of the perfect test case for the spreading of germs. We eat communally three times daily (buffet style), we sit just a few feet apart in church, and when it comes to the children, there literally is no separation at any time. Now, when schools closed on March 23, we all started eating at home, one person from each family went to get food, and this was coordinated so that we had low numbers of people in the kitchen at any given time. School was online / home school and church was over the public address system. People from other communities could not visit us, and vice versa. During March and April, which tend to still be prime cold and flu season due to weather and temperature variations - can you guess what happened? I'm sure you can - colds and flus were (and still are) drastically reduced, almost non - existent. We probably won't be able to maintain these practices indefinitely, but some of them will certainly stay in place.
  45. 5 points
    Mr Dee

    Covid-19

  46. 5 points
    Brandon

    2019-20 CFL Offseason

    Gord Miller doesn't come across arrogant when he calls CFL games. Him and Matty have good chemistry and are my favorite duo to watch regardless of whatever teams are playing. I also don't really care about Miller having a face for radio and don't understand the importance of having an attractive PBP guy to call CFL games?
  47. 5 points
    FrostyWinnipeg

    Covid-19

    Manitoba reports no new probable cases of #COVID19 today, leaving the total at 300.
  48. 5 points
    rebusrankin

    2019-20 CFL Offseason

    HELL NO to Rod Pederson! Noeller, you need some form of punishment for suggesting that.
  49. 5 points
    wanna-b-fanboy

    US Politics

    It refreshing to see a company actually speak out against racism and white supremacy in such a forceful way. The statement was so direct, comprehensive and doesn't hold back. It also offers a history, explanation of systemic racism and also offers actual solutions. https://www.benjerry.com/about-us/media-center/dismantle-white-supremacy
  50. 5 points
    bigg jay

    Covid-19

    Agreed to that match-up, but I'd be willing to boo the **** out of the Riders any chance I get!
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