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  1. Saturday Morning Heart Starter....
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  2. Between the posts of deicer and A330pilot my page down button is wearing out
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  3. Ever think that maybe he is not trying to reach anyone? Folks on this forum are notorious for never changing their POV no matter the evidence / story content.
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  4. Please put into the "could care less" column. Canadian events etc. are much more important to me than those involving defeated Trump.
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  5. Ignore won't change the threads. A330 is quite simply doing it on purpose to spam the forum with Trump hating threads. EVERY one of his latest posts should be under the Trump thread. Beginning to wonder if Deicer has two names.
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  6. Wife tired of him always going out on his bike... revenge.mp4
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  7. I prefer to look at the present Government who are the ones who have dropped the ball. OTTAWA – An expansion for a National Research Council facility in Montreal that could be making one of the leading COVID-19 vaccine candidates has been delayed by months. Even if construction was on schedule, Canada hasn’t secured the rights to manufacture that vaccine. Early in the pandemic, the government pledged $44 million for an expansion of the NRC’s Royalmount Avenue facility in Montreal. That work was supposed to be completed this month and would have allowed the facility to produce up
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  8. Nothing like SPIN.... We currently lack the ability to manufacture the Vaccines in Canada however the government has spent the money to bring that manufacturing onshore. It just isn't here yet. Maybe look back at who committed to getting rid of out manufacturing in the first place.
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  9. Senior Alert!! (Can’t believe I typed that)..... I was channel surfing last night and came across the American Music Awards. I have changed my music preferences over time with the usual rock and roll of the 70s/80s/90s and then with a separation/divorce became a little more mellow with Jimmy Buffet and a country bent. Never really got into the hip hop rap thang....and this was cemented with last nights offering from Megan Thee Stallion and her hit “Body”. Apparently, she collaborated with the popular Cardi B and won the Favourite Song Rap Hip Hop category for “WAP”. I suggest you googl
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  10. so this is damming to Fox News is it not. If a News "Journalist" is betraying one sid eof an argument then that means at one point he was aligned with that side. This goes against what Journalism is supposed to be and is one of the biggest things wrong in the world today
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  11. For me Malcom, it’s an easy choice. To many members of my family fought and died in the last century to protect the very freedoms that are now being openly taken from us (such as freedom of assembly, the right to work, the right to education, freedom of movement and the right to control what substances can be injected into your own body) I would like them gladly risk my life so the next generation (my kids and grandkids) can know and live the freedom we all take so for granted. If we as a people are ready to throw all that away based on politicians promises to help protect us from a virus
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  12. And yet it was predictable, I suspect that an overtly progressive agenda runs counter to his political DNA. It will be interesting to watch how he walks back progressive expectations and the resulting revolt (within progressive circles) that any back peddling elicits. I'm also eager to see the media response... I'm willing to bet the message will be one of unity, conciliation, healing and acceptance of election results as the "will of the people." The very virtues they have held in abeyance these last four years.
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  13. Candace Owens decided to sue PolitiFact for their listing a post she wrote as disinformation, even though it was factually correct. After she sued, both PolitiFact and Facebook backed down like a bully who gets punched in the nose. Facebook claims that they decided in favor of Owens after she objected to the rating. The lawsuit had nothing to do with it. Right. Facebook not only retracted the warning, but they also went so far as to issue an apology. Maybe more people should sue Facebook and their crooked fact-checkers. This is not the only problem Zuckerberg is fa
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  14. This is a copy and past from another site... Donald Trump and his lawyers have been SCREAMING voter fraud on TV, Twitter and everywhere else, but they have NEVER alleged fraud in the courtroom. Not once. Trump and his lawyers always claim that they have evidence of voter fraud in public, but when they get inside a courtroom, and a judge asks them for proof of voter fraud, they ALWAYS flatly state that "they are not alleging voter fraud." Instead, they then simply try to get either mail in ballots disqualified, or they whine about signatures, or they claim there were no poll watchers, o
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  15. Two things, what A330 is posting is factual, you just decide to call it hate because it doesn't agree with your cognitive dissonance. Secondly, I am no JDunkin/et al.
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  16. If you are curious re the A330. .... List of Airbus A330 operators - Wikipedia
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  17. EASA Publishes Boeing 737 MAX Proposed Airworthiness Directive with RNP-AR, Stick Shaker Provisions EASA Publishes Boeing 737 MAX Proposed Airworthiness Directive with RNP-AR, Stick Shaker Provisions - Aviation Today
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  18. If only street gangs randomly shooting innocent people with illegal handguns got the same attention. It seems that illicit brisket sandwiches smothered in BBQ sauce with a side of fries and a pickle is worthy of our best efforts though. Imagine yourself explaining this to village elders in Sudan. I would have to let deicer do the talking... Alberta adds 700 enforcers to stop COVID-19 rule-breakers... In other news.... law makers in Japan should seriously consider a national registry for any length of rope that exceeds 36 inches in length (it's a relatives birthday today so
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  19. Upper Middleclass neighborhood?
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  20. Some excellent training in preparation for dealing with violent gang members who are shooting up the streets of Toronto. They need only bring the same level of diligence, force and political will to the gangs, guns and drug problems infesting the city as they do to the illicit use of BBQ sauce and the crime of cooking with charcoal. This particular BBQ venue requires a 24 hour police presence as a deterrent to brisket sandwiches. "After a week of deployed officers and even a dozen horses, a late development Friday was that cops were expected to stay on guard overnight, hired as a p
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  21. https://www.thebeaverton.com/2020/11/amber-alert-issued-for-52-year-old-premier/ Amber Alert issued for 52-year-old premier EDMONTON – Edmonton Police Service have issued an amber alert for Alberta Premier Jason Kenney who is nowhere to be found and may be in danger. The 52-year-old, who has the accountability of a five-year-old, is believed to have been kidnapped or is ducking for political cover during a bad news cycle as Alberta has reported more COVID-19 cases than a province three times its size. “He was last seen running away in a blue truck with the bumper stickers ‘P
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  22. The electric car won’t get us very far Electric cars will achieve only tiny emissions savings at a very high price Thu Nov 26, 2020 - Financial Post by Bjorn Lomborg In a move to jump-start the market for electric cars in Quebec, the government of Premier François Legault this month announced a ban on the sale of new gas-powered cars from 2035. Similarly, leaders across the rich world, including U.S. president-elect Joe Biden and U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who just announced an even more ambitious deadline of 2030, promise lavish carrots along with sticks to outlaw gas
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  23. In 1972, Connaught was sold to the Canada Development Corporation (CDC), a federally-owned corporation charged with developing and maintaining Canadian-controlled companies in the private sector through a mixture of public and private investment. The sale continued to stir controversy in the following years as the Labs increased prices on its products and came under allegations of mismanagement and deteriorated manufacturing standards. In 1986, the Labs were transferred to private ownership as the CDC was dismantled as part of the Mulroney government's program of privatization. Connaught was m
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  24. No politician committed to getting rid of our manufacturing of pharmaceuticals - they were all private companies who chose the more tax favourable USA to move to.
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  25. No, it wasn't a win for conservatism, trump was a push to legitimize racism and white supremacy. https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2019/06/trump-racism-comments/588067/ https://www.brookings.edu/blog/fixgov/2019/08/14/trump-and-racism-what-do-the-data-say/ First, Donald Trump’s support in the 2016 campaign was clearly driven by racism, sexism, and xenophobia. While some observers have explained Trump’s success as a result of economic anxiety, the data demonstrate that anti-immigrant sentiment, racism, and sexism are much more strongly related to support for Trump. Tru
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  26. I never understood why people cheaped out on ELTs. My plane didn’t even have one when I bought it! It cost only $700 to buy a new 406 ELT. Small price to pay for the peace of mind it brings, IMO.
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  27. https://financialpost.com/opinion/ed-sims-keep-airline-help-simple
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  28. My 'page down button' is going to wear out with you and Deicer posting on here
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  29. Who was really gaming the election? Maybe Guiliani should investigate this... https://www.cnn.com/2020/11/23/politics/florida-dark-money-mystery-invs/index.html A dark money mystery in Florida centers on the campaign of a spoiler candidate who appeared to help a Republican win by 32 votes A month before Election Day in Florida a mysterious company called Proclivity, Inc. contributed $550,000 to a pair of newly formed political action committees in the state. Two days later, the money flowed from the PACs to an Orlando-area print and advertising firm. Shortly therea
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  30. There is going to be lake fill at YTZ with or without a runway extension and with or without the C Series to accommodate the amended RESA requirement. The runway might as well be extended at that time. It is also nice to see that the Liberals have also reached the "f--k these guys" stage with the City of Toronto as did Harper before them.
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  31. I have a friend who bought one of the first electric cars ever built in Canada. One day he mentioned that one of his first trips was from Toronto to Miami and the total cost for electricity was only $1.47..... He failed to mention that the extension cord cast him $4,139.87.
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  32. I can answer the question based only on the thread title: It's experience. And it's experience their children never experienced hence the reason for generational disconnects.
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  33. Dammit Seeker It frustrates me that I cannot hit the LIKE button on your posts anymore
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  34. I am going to miss Donald Trump for two reasons: 1. I enjoy how the Lefties go rabid all of the time. 2. I love watching Melania
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  35. You are right but of course there is no network that will pass / share your information even within Canada or indeed within a Province/Terrority, let alone the rest of the world so I suspect you will still need a printed and validated record.
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  36. Many moons ago in YYZ I destroyed the front end of a pickup truck preventing just such an incident. A string of carts had let loose and were heading for a DC-9 at a good pace. I was in the right place at the right time and put the fender in the path. Quite a ride and significant damage. better a pickup than a plane
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  37. " The Waving Bomb Aimer " Awesome Sounding WW2 Lancaster Bomber Takeoff With Spitfire Lead. - YouTube
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  38. Following is why I would never support a bailout from our government to help out professional sports teams Raptors re-sign Fred VanVleet to four-year, $85-million deal Doug Smith By Doug SmithSports Reporter Sat., Nov. 21, 2020timer3 min. read
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  39. I think passengers will happily get on board if the fare is discounted by $1.
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  40. Considering the fragile position the country was already in because of his spending..... if I was "king for a day" ...off the top of my head, I would have started by calling in every government department in for a meeting. Some would have been eliminated entirely...others would have been put on the back burner and those that made the cut, informed them their budgets would be cut immediately by 20% until we figured out a way through this. Trudeau didn't even attempt to change his governments out of control spending to finance our response . Instead he just borrowed and borrowed and borrowe
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  41. The Recent Canadian example is the tiny amount of coverage our media has given to the recent Trudeau video of him gleefully talking about how the virus has opened an opportunity to shove through a bunch of globalist policy’s that no one in Canada has voted for or even discussed. For the media to choose to not even bother reporting on this is traitorous. There is no other way to put it. We are being manipulated and sold down the river and the MSM on both sides of the border are all in on the game. Why are they constantly spinning and lying and even hiding huge news story’s?? Why don’t
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  42. If the Dems Truly did "Steal" the election from the sitting government then that just goes to show the true incompetence of the Republicans. They had the high ground and still lost the battle. They were ina far better position to rig the election but couldn't pull it off. It's truly laughable
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