On the Shootout in Hockey: "It's like throwing a football through a ring. That's no way to end a game." - Fabian Joseph, captain of Team Canada
it is sad what they are going through ... but it is great to see how everyone pitches in to help each other out and not blaming the government for what has happened.
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It makes you realize how lucky we are to live where we do. We don't live in tornado lane, and we don't have to deal with hurricanes. I don't recall the last time the soo ever flooded, well last year on mc nabb by the Y was flooded, and queen street but that is nothing compaired to what these people are going through. If 15 cm of snow in march is the worst thing i have to go through then i will take it. Looking at the big pciture i think we have it easy. At leat we have snow blowers and plows to help us with the snow. ANd that is a hell of alot easier then sandbagging.
Racing is not a sport, it's a lifestyle.
It also travels down to Winnepeg, Manitoba. So the River gets both of them. It reminds me when the Goulais floods.
The Canadians installed flood controls after the last go. This will be a hell of a test.
A friend stationed in Afghanistan has retired and stayed on, opening a bomb plant that makes ordinance that look like prayer mats. Profits are through the roof.
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