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  1. Q: Do you know why gals in Saskatchewan do not use the "reverse cowgirl" position during sex? A: You never turn your back on family.
    7 points
  2. I would love to attend and being fully vaccinated, i could, but i have kids that can't be vaccinated and being in a large crowd is not something i'm willing to risk yet.. The chances catching and transmitting the virus is relatively low, coupled with low numbers here in MB, its low risk, but there is still a risk and we are just letting our kids see their cousins and hopefully friends soon. I'm sure there are many other fans that are uneasy being in a crowd when they can watch the game at home with now risk. I would be willing to purchase a virtual ticket to watch the game on line each week (i don't have cable) but have other methods for watching live.
    6 points
  3. Now I am worried. TBurg might bring in 20+ new posters here in MBB because he is not happy with many of us.
    6 points
  4. blue_gold_84

    US Politics

    Mike Lindell, to be put it nicely, is troglodytic fucktard.
    4 points
  5. rebusrankin

    US Politics

    So according to the MyPIllowGuy, he has evidence that will cause Biden and Harris to step down when they realized they didn't win. Does he get that if Biden/Harris step down, the speaker of the house, Pelosi becomes President, not Trump?
    4 points
  6. Wow… Who gives a sh!t if the coaches/management were happy or unhappy with last years receivers? There’s competition in camp and that’s a good thing. What the hell difference does it make? Jeez.
    4 points
  7. wanna-b-fanboy

    Covid-19

    67.1% of those 12 and up.
    4 points
  8. Mark F

    US Politics

    mike is nuts mike says biden will "quit in shame" 😂
    3 points
  9. No outside food with the exception of a single serving snack; https://www.bluebombers.com/fan-code-conduct/
    3 points
  10. In baumings piece on bonfire sports he said deatrick Nichols the former xfl db had been our best db in camp so far and had played him self into a starting spot. He was a sneaky good pick up. He's quick and a yac guy. We are gonna see some tough cuts or a lot of guys hidden on the ir
    3 points
  11. I would say it disappeared in broken dreams and shattered hopes...but not anymore.... I concur. Suitor is a fan of the game and he was just speaking as a fan there. Don't hold that against him at all. I can just hear Matty on that play..."woo hoo hooo"
    3 points
  12. Where is old Nate these days? I miss him, kind of like I miss that abscessed tooth I had a few years ago. Is he still running his shop in Osbourne Village? His only redeeming quality - he sold vintage Bomber merch if I recall correctly.
    3 points
  13. If you are going to bring math into this discussion about the Riders achilles injuries, at least say that while having 62.5% of all achilles injuries seems high, it's still no where near the percentage of Saskatchewan people who marry their cousins.
    3 points
  14. That didn't age well...
    3 points
  15. Still 9 more days left,I'm confident but it'll be very disappointing if we can't sell out our stadium after winning the cup after 29 years.
    3 points
  16. C'mon man they already have a bunch of injuries why bring math into it. Show some mercy.
    3 points
  17. just for clarification, it was Game 9 when Nichols went down at the end of a game vs BC. He got us to 7-2 on the season, and had really good passing numbers and far and away the best passer rating at that point on the season. But I fully support the idea that our passing attack was just fine, if slightly under-utilized because we have a generational RB in the backfield who deserves to get the majority of touches....
    2 points
  18. Good question. I used the Bomber app to add my tickets to my wallet. Worked great and took about 30 seconds.
    2 points
  19. I'd call the Bombers/Ticketmaster
    2 points
  20. DBs and Receivers always dominate TC rosters on every CFL team. They are the two positions with the highest turnover and highest number of positions to fill in the CFL. Bringing in 20 receivers is simply a symptom of having an extended TC capacity and a unique covid protocol in place that may deplete rosters. It in no way indicates the Bombers are unhappy with any of the incumbent receivers. In a normal year TB may have a point but it is unlikely this is going to be a normal year, having extended looks at several players that are playing skill positions is necessary this year because depth is going to be paramount to success when covid protocols cause roster chaos.
    2 points
  21. Because the logic is dumb too. Suggesting that the Bombers are not happy with their receiving corps because they don't have a 1000-yd receiver in 2019 is dumb. Forgetting the fact that it's partly by design and play-calling by Lapo. Our offensive plays in 2019 are RUN heavy because why not, we have a dual threat in the backfield with Harris and Streveller, our OL dominate on the run plays and that's our best chance to win. I agree that they bring in competition to upgrade, not only the receiver position. If the new ones beat the incumbents that's an upgrade. Bombers do that every year. Every team does that every year. But to say they bring in competition because they are not happy with the current ones, that's dumb.
    2 points
  22. blue_gold_84

    Covid-19

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/covid-growth-alberta-1.6120076
    2 points
  23. Geebrr

    Winnipeg Tailgating

    The Bombers are not allowing any tailgating before the games. Good information for you here: https://www.bluebombers.com/2021-stadium-protocols/ In addition to those I would get familiar with these: https://www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/prs/index.html#provinciallevel Manitoba has not just opened the doors to everything (and hopefully continues to do so) like Alberta and Saskatchewan.
    2 points
  24. Slingin' Sammy. Do you want job security? Marry Cal Murphy's daughter lol.....
    2 points
  25. Is Berdin ever going to be given a chance to make the jump? We need a new Bulin wall!
    2 points
  26. Just promise at some point this season to buy a Schmidt Jets jersey and all will be forgiven lol....
    2 points
  27. My post worked!😅😉
    2 points
  28. Tracker

    US Politics

    Trump's lackeys are falling all over themselves trying to deflect the damning testimony by simultaneously blaming Pelosi and minimizing the horror of the insurrection. They are in near panic because the police testimony is very personal and very credible, so it is difficult to discredit.
    2 points
  29. 15 receivers = Kinda normal. 20+ = Looking for an upgrade.
    2 points
  30. I heard the Jets are inviting several centers to their training camp in the fall. Conclusion: The Jets are not happy with Mark Scheifele.
    2 points
  31. 2 points
  32. Another day, another series of negative BS TBurg posts. Starting to remind me of the nutcase who stalked Lyle Bauer on Our Bombers who had nicknames for him & everyone else he hated.
    1 point
  33. Tracker

    Covid-19

    Nature's way of removing the unfit from the gene pool.
    1 point
  34. iHeart

    Random Jets News

    from FotWJ: With the Jets cap situation upcoming with the Stastny signing and trades for Dillon and Schmidt, It's looking like Copp could be the player out with Perfetti taking his place. Copp and Niku seem mostly likely to be on the way out for Draft picks of course anything could happen tomorrow
    1 point
  35. Right on time. Get outta here with your alternative facts
    1 point
  36. Well, this season isn't normal as teams normally don't have the opportunity to bring 100 players to camp.
    1 point
  37. Tracker

    US Politics

    7 Key Takeaways From The First Day Of Jan. 6 Commission Testimony Tuesday marked the first meeting of the House select committee charged with investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, with hours of emotional testimony about the mob of angry Donald Trump supporters who stormed the building and terrorized its occupants. Four law enforcement officers delivered prepared remarks before the panel and answered questions: U.S. Capitol Police officer Harry Dunn and Sgt. Aquilino Gonell, and Metropolitan Police officers Michael Fanone and Daniel Hodges. Each was on the front lines of the attack and spoke of injuries they sustained both mentally and physically. Each also showed varying degrees of emotion on the stand ― whether they were clearly holding back tears or reaching for a tissue. Here are seven key takeaways from the hearing. Dunn described being called a ‘n****r’ by a crowd of rioters. He wasn’t alone in experiencing racist abuse. As more and more Trump supporters streamed through the building, Dunn, who is Black, recalled telling them they should turn around. “In response, they yelled, ‘No, man, this is our house. President Trump invited us here. We’re here to stop the steal. Joe Biden is not the president. Nobody voted for Joe Biden,’” Dunn said. He continued: “I do my best to keep politics out of my job, but in this circumstance, I responded, ‘Well, I voted for Joe Biden, does my vote not count? Am I nobody?’ That prompted a torrent of racial epithets. One woman in a pink MAGA shirt yelled, ‘You hear that, guys? This n****r voted for Joe Biden.’ Then the crowd, perhaps around 20 people, joined in screaming, ‘Boo! ******* n****r!’” “No one had ever, ever called me a n****r while wearing the uniform of a Capitol police officer,” Dunn testified. In Dunn’s telling, another Black officer he served with ― who was in his 40s ― had never been called that word to his face at any point in his life until the afternoon of Jan. 6. After heavily armed law enforcement arrived at the scene and cleared the building of rioters, Dunn said he sat and spoke with some other officers of color. He broke down. Officers suspected that some of the Trump supporters were armed with guns. “We scanned the crowd, but these people, they know how to conceal their weapons,” Hodges said. “If it’s in a backpack, there’s not much you can do.” Dunn also testified that “any reasonable police officer” would assume some of the rioters had guns based on the imprint beneath the clothing at their hips. The officers had been prepared for peaceful demonstrations outside the Capitol, where members of Congress and Vice President Mike Pence were formally certifying the results of the 2020 presidential election. But Dunn described a screenshot he received in a text from a friend the morning of Jan. 6 that detailed the Trump supporters’ violent plans for the day. The screenshot read, “among other things, that ‘Trump has given us marching orders,’ and to ‘keep your guns hidden,’” Dunn said. It also “indicated there would be ‘time to arm up.’” Several of the officers testified that they believed they might die. One man attempted to gouge out Hodges’ right eye, but the officer managed to extract himself from the man’s grip before any “permanent damage” was done, he said. Some weren’t as lucky: At least one officer lost an eye in the riot. As they battered law enforcement, hordes of Trump supporters accused the officers of being traitors to their country. Hodges referred to them as “the terrorists” throughout his congressional testimony. Asked why he used that term while some Republicans had called the rioters mere “tourists,” Hodges quipped: “Well, if that’s what American tourists are like, I can see why foreign countries don’t like American tourists.” He feared that he would, “at worst, be dragged down by the crowd and lynched” that afternoon. Fanone said he believed there was “a very good chance I would be torn apart or shot with my own weapon” during the melee. Members of the crowd accused Gonell of choosing his “paycheck” over loyalty to the United States ― a country the Dominican-born officer had grown up revering. “To be honest,” he said, “I did not recognize my fellow citizens who stormed the Capitol on January 6 or the United States that they claimed to represent.” Responding to Trump’s claim that the rioters were “hugging and kissing” the law enforcement officers at the scene, Gonell snapped: “I’m still recovering from those ‘hugs and kisses’ that day.” Dunn led a moment of silence at the hearing at the start of his remarks. Sicknick died of what a medical examiner called natural causes after the riot, where he was sprayed with chemical irritants. He later collapsed. U.S. Capitol Police said in a statement that the medical examiner’s ruling “does not change the fact Officer Sicknick died in the line of duty, courageously defending Congress and the Capitol.” The events have taken an immense mental health toll on sworn officers in the nation’s capital. Sicknick was one of five people to die either during the riot or in its immediate aftermath. Two police officers who were at the Capitol that day died of suicide afterward. Others have chosen simply to leave: Gonell testified that “many” of his colleagues in uniform “have quietly resigned” from the force in the last six months. Dunn encouraged his colleagues in his prepared statement not to be ashamed of seeking professional mental health care, as he has. Gonell called out the discrepancy between Jan. 6 and the law enforcement response to racial justice protests. During the Black Lives Matter protests of 2020, Gonell said, he and his colleagues had “all the support we needed and more.” Yet only a smattering of officers were assigned to guard the Capitol on Jan. 6. They were left fighting for their lives for hours as higher authorities dragged their feet on deploying backup. “Why the different response?” Gonell asked. Fanone let his anger show, hitting the table and calling right-wing lawmakers’ actions ‘disgraceful.’ As shown in clips from his body-worn camera and other video footage, Fanone was dragged into the crowd at one point in the rioting, where he was beaten and electrocuted. Following the attack, a doctor told him at the hospital that he had survived a heart attack. Later, he was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder. But the ordeal was made all the more difficult, he said, when some politicians and right-wing pundits decided to downplay the damage of Jan. 6. “I feel like I went to hell and back to protect them, and the people in this room. But too many are now telling me that hell doesn’t exist, or that hell wasn’t actually that bad,” Fanone said. “The indifference shown to my colleagues is disgraceful!” he said, ending on a shout as he slammed his hand down on the table. “My law enforcement career prepared me to cope with some of the aspects of this experience,” he said. “Being an officer you know your life is at risk whenever you walk out the door, even if you don’t expect other law-abiding citizens to take up arms against you. But nothing — truly nothing — has prepared me to address those elected members of our government who continue to deny the events of that day, and in doing so, betray their oath of office.” 7 Key Takeaways From The First Day Of Jan. 6 Commission Testimony | HuffPost
    1 point
  38. Argos cuts: Canadian DB Shamar Busby American WR Jaylen Smith American WR Craig Rucker American WR Nyqwan Murray American RB Kenneth Dixon American RB Greg McCrae American DB Kadeem Satchell American DB Andrew Soroh American DB Davontae Merriweather
    1 point
  39. Speaking of Bomber history ... or the dark side of Bomber history ... this was an internally handled, not talked about, non issue LOL ... https://www.winnipegfreepress.com/sports/football/bombers/kelly-offends-entertains-50931837.html
    1 point
  40. Nolby

    Kickoff countdown

    I drove back through to Winnipeg from Northern Sask last Sunday,speed limit was 110kmh so I did 123kmh to be safe...
    1 point
  41. 1 point
  42. former defensive back sees receiver make a couple DB look like tools, yeah I bet his perspective sees it as a bad thing. It's not a Bomber thing, just from a defensive perspective that was a huge ******* mistake. You get Dunigan in there and he'd be loving the fact that a qb and receiver made the defense look like chumps.
    1 point
  43. It's exactly what Suitor said and nobody's ever denied it. It didn't sound bad. It sounded like a guy who couldn't believe what he was seeing. He wasn't cheering one way or another... Just honestly couldn't believe it.
    1 point
  44. Kind of disappointed that clip doesn't have the shot of Maccocia when he simultaneously barfed in his mouth and soiled himself.
    1 point
  45. Outstanding block by Obby Khan on that play.
    1 point
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