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  1. Also... their leaders treat their own citizens like disposable waste. Example... leaded water flint michigan. Not one person held to account. Even though it was done with full knowledge. Example.... police at a bridge during Katrina, forcing people (black) trying to escape flooding, back to the flooded area. (Turns out... cops murdered people.) https://youtu.be/-5FKkEF7F3M no healthcare...insulin ten times canadian price. Blatant criminals like trump walk free. Low downs go to jail for stealing a pack of smokes. religious "leaders" have two jet airplanes, while sucking cash out of their congegation. Of course people go nuts with the system they have.
  2. I was thinking about this. There is more to this these shootings than the amount of and type of guns. People in the states, are violent, more violent than we are able to understand. violence is viewed as an extreme, but acceptable solution to some every day problems. look at the airport incident with the football player. Use of violence is encouraged, its even legislated....the stand your ground laws. enabling citizens to go after abortion health care workers. hailing rittenhouse as a hero. He met Trump. They are just a violent country. there are many many guns in Canada, but for the most part, we do not see them as a solution. americans have been exporting extreme violence since the korean war, now, it has come home. Switzerland has a lot of guns, but the people are not nuts, so..... they dont have these shootings. Just a part of the decay of their society, which has been going on since the seventies. No real sign of significant change ahead for the better that I can see.
  3. "A new line for London The Elizabeth line is now open. It stretches more than 100km from Reading and Heathrow in the west through central tunnels across to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east. The new railway built by Crossrail Ltd will stop at 41 accessible stations - 10 of them new - and is expected to serve up to 200 million people each year." https://tfl.gov.uk/travel-information/improvements-and-projects/elizabeth-line 25 billion. Amazing engineering job by the Brits. Trains are good. Too bad we cant have more.
  4. Playing on the edge is fine intentionally injuring nope seen too many guys going up off the ice for a head shot in these playoffs seems to be allowed right now also crashing the goalie
  5. Wonder if oilers getting Kane is the same as Bombers getting Collaros. final piece of the puzzle. Both moves questioned, at the time. Also, Kane owes McDavid five percent of kane's next contract. Noticed Kane is not afraid at all of the heavy going along the boards, and behind the net. Seems to kind of like it. tv showed a great shot of a calgary d guy on the bench after one of mcdavid kane goals... look on his face was complete wtf. Lol. oilers haters missing some epic hockey.
  6. The cold is probably a good thing, keeps out the riff raff... I have travelled to a few places...... in and out of canada. The landscapes you see in Manitoba are pretty darn nice. the town of Pinawa, retirement community, quiet, has a hospital, music, the arts, right on the banks of very beautiful Winnipeg river, absolute wilderness, one hour drive through farmland, to the Peg. amazing.
  7. More just a side discussion about the very good things wpg and manitoba have.
  8. Mcdavid to kane 👀 Showed a nice shot of mcdavid changing directions four times in three seconds . defenders have no idea of what hes going to do.
  9. Second period, 2 very nice goals for oilers.... three. ....four. flames seem to be allowed to crash into mike smith as much as they want.
  10. Re: O line.... need to give a lot of credit to the O line coach, Marty Costello. "Marty Costello enters his seventh year with the Blue Bombers in 2022, and fifth as the club’s offensive line coach. Costello has earned the utmost respect for the work he has done with the Blue Bombers offensive line, which remains the most-consistent and dominant unit in the Canadian Football League. The 2021 season was particularly rewarding for Costello and his charges as they played a critical role in the 2021 Grey Cup championship. The offensive line surrendered the fewest quarterback sacks in the league as part of an offence which also finished first in scoring and second in yards rushing. Prior to 2021, the offensive line also had a lot to boast about, as running back Andrew Harris has captured three consecutive CFL rushing titles, while the offence finished first in scoring in 2018 and second in 2017. Heading into the 2019 season, Winnipeg’s O-line lost two starters in the offseason with centre Matthias Goossen retiring to work with the Delta Police Department and Sukh Chungh leaving in free agency. As well, the club was without Neufeld for the first half of the season due to injury. Yet, Costello’s crew continued to provide holes for Harris while protecting three different starting quarterbacks in Matt Nichols, Chris Streveler and Zach Collaros. Winnipeg’s 2,663 yards rushing was the most by the club since 1965, when the team rushed for 3,005 yards in a 16-game season." lots more https://www.bluebombers.com/football-operations/marty-costello/
  11. They ( nfl) also miss guys that are good ....
  12. Wow .....from last tweet o'shea quote on Deatrick Nichols: "he was extremely humble with the idea he was going to learn as much as he could and take those opportunities to learn, listen, figure it out and not take that for granted. “He’s an unbelievable football player and super smart. I thought he was a terrific learner last year.”
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