mo32a

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  1. In Victoria there are over 40 illegal pot shops operating and have been for years, why would anything change now? Relax, this is one big nothing burger, just the media manufacturing a "crisis" where none exists. If border crossings to the US become more onerous there are hundreds of other countries I can spend my winters in.
  2. All of these "what if" situations are perpetrated by Canadian writers. I have crossed the border hundreds of times and have never ever been asked if I smoke MJ. This is just a big tempest in a teapot. Relax Canada - nothing is going to change.
  3. Go Dougie, fewer politicians is always better than more.
  4. When we are in the US for the winter we buy milk when it goes on sale for $.99 a gallon. At least one of the 5 local stores has it on sale every week.
  5. Wife woke me up and pointed to the TV, I immediately thought terrorists. Got up, showered and went to work for the next 16 hours.
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    Air Canada Buy-Out Pkg

    So you would give up $5500 now in order that your beneficiary would get $25k when you croak. If that is all you are giving up I would take the $5500 now and enjoy it.
  7. And everybody on this forum will be dead in less than half that.
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    Holy sh!t!!!

    I still remember the on street interview with the lady in Seattle when they raised the minimum wage to $15 there. "I love the pay raise but I had to cut back on my hours or I would lose my housing subsidy" That's what your paying for folks.
  9. Just remember that Cramer said Bear Stearns was a solid company, don't be afraid to invest in it.
  10. ^Well he works in SOCAL and Arizona so I am presuming the port of LA and others. They are in the research and implementation stage so it should a coming thing rather than a big existing market. His company is 100% committed to providing this and would do well in ports like Victoria where there is no shore power and very nearby housing areas. The neighbourhood association is always complaining about the diesel emissions from the ships as well as the busses that take the tourists around. Next time I am talking to him I will query how wide spread this is.
  11. A friend of mine is the lead engineer with a company in the US southwest that researches and produces hydrogen. The main users are trucking companies although Honda and Toyota have hydrogen powered vehicles running there for a few years now. The biggest user are cruise ships. When docked in port they have hydrogen powered electric plants that power the entire ship. They don't have to hook up to shore power which can be very expensive and is some places non-existent while producing no emissions from having their diesel engines running. They can also maneuver in and out of the port using hydrogen power and then flash up the diesels when they get offshore.
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    Our Prime Minister

    Yeah, it will be great. We can all stand around and bang on a drum to celebrate indian day.
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    Emotional Support Animal Rules

    About time, why aren't all airlines adopting this policy?