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  • Re: The Global War on Terror 5.0: Putin on the Risk

    Originally posted by SteveP View Post
    I was also fluent in drunk!
    Isn't that redundant?

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    • Originally posted by SteveP View Post
      I carried a revolver for my entire career -- we were switching to Glocks when I left.

      My son lives across the river in Gatineau, but he's working in suburban Nepean today. He was a member of the Parliament Hill press corps for a time when he was a journo student. Two of my extended family are in lock down in their offices.
      Don't you mean Hull?
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      • Re: The Global War on Terror 5.0: Putin on the Risk

        Originally posted by joecct View Post
        Don't you mean Hull?
        Nope === Gatineau is on the opposite side of the Gatineau River from Hull, about 10 miles apart
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        • Re: The Global War on Terror 5.0: Putin on the Risk

          Niedermeyer makes good.
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          • Re: The Global War on Terror 5.0: Putin on the Risk

            Quelle surprise. The Ottawa shooter was another recent convert to the "religion of peace."

            http://www.cnn.com/2014/10/22/world/...html?hpt=hp_t1
            Last edited by Old Pio; 10-22-2014, 08:42 PM.
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            • Re: The Global War on Terror 5.0: Putin on the Risk

              thank god for my husband. even though the old Yagi is wind battered and missing some of its elements it pulled in Thunder Bay networks and we watched it live. civilized journalism.
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              • Re: The Global War on Terror 5.0: Putin on the Risk

                Originally posted by Kepler View Post
                Would it have been as snarky if the towel head had killed Vickers? Or some additional innocents?
                Last edited by Old Pio; 10-22-2014, 07:38 PM.
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                • Originally posted by Old Pio View Post
                  Would it have been as snarky if the towel head had killed Vickers? Or some additional innocents?
                  no, that would have been chickens coming home to roost.
                  Originally posted by mtu_huskies
                  "We are not too far away from a national championship," said (John) Scott.
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                  Originally posted by Brent Hoven
                  Yeah, but you're my favorite hag.

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                  • Re: The Global War on Terror 5.0: Putin on the Risk

                    Rev. Al does it again. How does this tool keep his job, even on the network no one watches?

                    Opening up “Politics Nation” Wednesday night, Sharpton immediately went out to cover the situation in Ottawa, interviewing CBC reporter Chloe Fedio for the latest news on the morning shooting at the War Memorial and Parliament Hill.

                    What’s the latest tonight in Iowa?” asked Sharpton, who’s seemed to extend his pronunciation troubles past the simple misreading of the teleprompter.

                    “Well, In Ottawa…” Fedio responded, saying the situation is “less tense” in Canada’s capital, even though the lockdown remains in effect throughout the city.
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                    • Re: The Global War on Terror 5.0: Putin on the Risk

                      Originally posted by SteveP View Post
                      Rev. Al does it again. How does this tool keep his job, even on the network no one watches?
                      Someone failed geography.
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                      • Re: The Global War on Terror 5.0: Putin on the Risk

                        Editorial cartoon of the year courtesy of Halifax Chronicle-Herald cartoonist Bruce MacKinnon.


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                        • Re: The Global War on Terror 5.0: Putin on the Risk

                          Originally posted by Old Pio View Post
                          Would it have been as snarky if the towel head had killed Vickers? Or some additional innocents?
                          That wasn't snark, you clueless old fool.
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                          • Re: The Global War on Terror 5.0: Putin on the Risk

                            Parliament is back in session following a lengthy, well-deserved standing ovation for Sergeant at Arms Kevin Vickers and honoring Cpl. Nathan Cirillo.

                            http://video.foxnews.com/v/385478553...#sp=show-clips
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                            • Re: The Global War on Terror 5.0: Putin on the Risk

                              Originally posted by Kepler View Post
                              That wasn't snark, you clueless old fool.
                              At least I'm not a liar, you pompous libt*ard a*swipe. Guy puts a stop to a fatal Islamist terror attack (at the risk of his own life) and you compare him to Niedermeyer? Classy. The MPs whose lives he may have saved don't think he's a clown. Why do you?
                              Last edited by Old Pio; 10-23-2014, 02:34 PM.
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                              • Re: The Global War on Terror 5.0: Putin on the Risk

                                More war today. Nothing was accomplished.
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                                Originally Posted by dropthatpuck-Scooby's a lost cause.
                                Originally Posted by First Time, Long Time-Always knew you were nothing but a troll.

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