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PostPosted: Fri Aug 29, 2008 6:39 pm
 


tritium tritium:
Personally, it only took 1 generation to screw this country.

20 years ago people gave a dam, now they are just greedy fucks.


Prove it. 20 years ago today was 1988 and thats a few years past the 80s peak yuppie "me" generation and they have been saying that BS for a long time now.


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 29, 2008 6:45 pm
 


It's always satisfying to see that Alberta's largesse, in the form of eternal constitutionally-enshrined wealth transfer payments, is what allows the have-not and more, shall we say, genetically "laid-back" regions of the country to be so generous with their time and, ahem, "their" money. I guess all the volunteering sure beats working for a living.

Alberta. No need to thank us, it's merely what we do for the rest of you to enable your generous lifestyle choices.


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 29, 2008 7:17 pm
 


mtbr mtbr:
DerbyX DerbyX:
Small towns beat out large towns which is understandable.

Ontario did extremely well. Should make notable western assholes on this forum STFU. :P



western assholes. what's Quebec's excuse


Aye tabarnak, leave QC alone. :)

Pretty soon, I might have to vote Liberal only out to protest. Who knows, if this keeps up, I may as well go for the Bloc and PQ. ROTFL





PostPosted: Fri Aug 29, 2008 7:19 pm
 


Pimpbrewski Pimpbrewski:
mtbr mtbr:
DerbyX DerbyX:
Small towns beat out large towns which is understandable.

Ontario did extremely well. Should make notable western assholes on this forum STFU. :P



western assholes. what's Quebec's excuse


Aye tabarnak, leave QC alone. :)

Pretty soon, I might have to vote Liberal only out to protest. Who knows, if this keeps up, I may as well go for the Bloc and PQ. XD


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I like Quebec haven't been there in 25 years time for another visit.


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 29, 2008 9:19 pm
 


mtbr mtbr:

who says I never volunteer?

BTW look who's a greedy self righteous asshole :lol:


Bootlegga ....
"Nope, different house, chum. I'm not full of shit, you just never learned to read...notice one is the one I'm buying in two months, and the other I plan on buying in 2012 when they retire...guess not. That's what happens to dropouts...they never learn to read or tell time! Back to grade school...

The one on Ada boulevard is the house I want to live in. The one with the corner lot in Clareview is just a house that I will rent out after I buy the one on Ada (again, in 2012).

I've said several times jokingly here I want to be a slumlord, and with the houses and condos I own/plan on buying in the next two-four years, I'll be well on my way! The only difference is that I'll be landlord, not a slumlord (although Clareview is kind of a crappy neighbourhood, but the house isn't)."

current-events-f59/calgary-chamber-refutes-gloomy-economic-outlook-t66643-15.html

you should try to remember your own posts before you stick your foot in your mouth :lol: :lol: :lol:


Just because I plan on owning a couple of houses, I'm not the wealthy self-involved asshole you are. I work three jobs (1 F/T and 2 P/T) and volunteer for two different organizations (wanna have fun, work a casino night) here in Edmonton. The condos/homes I'm buying are my a large part of my retirement portfolio, not a plan to make me rich. In fact, unless I win the lottery, I probably can't retire before I'm 60. Someday, my children can use them when they go to university and it will give me income after I retire, so I don't get stuck working at Wal-Mart as a greeter.

Can you say as much?


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 29, 2008 9:39 pm
 


Why dont we look at volunteer comparison in all of the world...why do we have to pit province against province...we are all Canadian after all...are we not?

Why dont we make ourselves better by sharing info intra-province on how to recruit volunteers and keep them?....if you look across this county you will find volunteers the give time to outside countries that need it...does a border matter, does a province matter or does it matter on what folks do on a day to day basis.

This is just another way to separate a country, that i believe, needs to find ways to unite and be more of what we all say we are...Canadian





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bootlegga bootlegga:


Just because I plan on owning a couple of houses, I am trying to be wealthy and I am already a self-involved asshole . I work three jobs (1 F/T and 2 P/T) and volunteer for two different organizations (wanna have fun, work a casino night) here in Edmonton. The condos/homes I'm buying are my a large part of my retirement portfolio, not a plan to make me rich. In fact, unless I win the lottery, I probably can't retire before I'm 60. Someday, my children can use them when they go to university and it will give me income after I retire, so I don't get stuck working at Wal-Mart as a greeter.

Can you say as much?[/quote]

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you sound just like M1 :lol:


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 31, 2008 9:39 am
 


In small towns, those of us who volunteer, do so for
several things....or our towns would not run.
It's not just some altruistic 'help ones' fellow man'
thing...it's either pitch and DO IT, in or
what we want to happen, will not happen.


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 31, 2008 9:47 am
 


mtbr mtbr:
bootlegga bootlegga:


Just because I plan on owning a couple of houses, I am trying to be wealthy and I am already a self-involved asshole . I work three jobs (1 F/T and 2 P/T) and volunteer for two different organizations (wanna have fun, work a casino night) here in Edmonton. The condos/homes I'm buying are my a large part of my retirement portfolio, not a plan to make me rich. In fact, unless I win the lottery, I probably can't retire before I'm 60. Someday, my children can use them when they go to university and it will give me income after I retire, so I don't get stuck working at Wal-Mart as a greeter.

Can you say as much?


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you sound just like M1 :lol:[/quote]

And you still sound like a douche! :lol: Isn't there an overgrown lawn somewhere that needs your services? :lol:


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