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@ Webscout « Wed 11:56 am »
“In 1999, global debt tallied to US$79 trillion, but has since swollen to US$247 trillion as of 1Q 2018 – a more than three-fold increase in level terms or by 211 percent.”
@ Webscout « Wed 11:37 am »
Survivor - 37x12 - Are You Feeling Lucky? Survivor - 37xSpecial - David vs. Goliath: Ponderosa #7
@ Webscout « Wed 10:12 am »
Mr. Kovrig “is not a diplomat, he is a spy,” wrote another, mengmengdemoriyeshou. “Only by sentencing him to death could we protect the safety of several billion Chinese people.”
@ Webscout « Wed 4:23 am »
I don’t remember ever talking to anyone (including crows) about crows?
@ Dude « Tue 8:36 pm »
have you ever actually said "a murder of crows" to anyone?
@ Webscout « Tue 8:47 am »
Digital-first retailers moving into malls once thought doomed by online shopping https://www.theglobeandmail.com/busines ... doomed-by/
@ Webscout « Tue 8:45 am »
Most people don’t think of Haiti as a shopping destination. Unless they’re Cuban.***GO figure. It’s quite a business I just read.
@ Webscout « Tue 3:43 am »
Huawei CFO pleads for ankle bracelet, not prison (Canada). She loves her jewelry. Image
@ Webscout « Mon 2:01 pm »
Coffee Break-- Aside from a murder, what is another name for a group of crows? Congress Horde Mob Muster Parcel All of the above None of the above https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/we ... io/markham
@ Webscout « Mon 1:51 pm »
The 7 Stages of dealing with a correction https://twitter.com/StockCats/status/10 ... 52/photo/1
@ Webscout « Mon 10:55 am »
Chile leading the electric-vehicle charge in Latin America https://www.theglobeandmail.com/busines ... n-america/
@ Webscout « Sat 8:56 am »
Canadian telecom giants Telus Corp. and BCE Inc. could face at least $1-billion in costs if Canada follows the lead of close allies the United States, Australia and New Zealand in barring telecommunications equipment made by China’s Huawei from their next generation networks
@ Webscout « Sat 5:54 am »
Don’t let shame stand in the way of a good sale...:D
@ Hobbyist « Fri 5:19 pm »
I am actually stopping by atm to shamelessly try and sell my "trumps.accountant" domain, There is nothing up at http://trumps.accountant or http://www.trumps.accountant at the moment but for the right price "will build to suit". lol.. Currently asking $US100 for just the domain (with your first 4 1/2 years paid)
@ Hobbyist « Fri 5:12 pm »
I do fool around on hpibet up there but this place is not a great idea when big brother is watching on my work laptop.
@ Hobbyist « Fri 5:10 pm »
Thompson for 2 weeks.. back for one and gone again Sunday morning for another week.. That's it though.. there is a new guy trained by mid January and I’ve done my "volunteering" till then
@ Webscout « Fri 10:44 am »
Hobby...where have you been? We missed you bud..
@ Hobbyist « Fri 4:32 am »
Is this the big news dump day by Mueller?? There are sealed indictments out there.. Jared, Evonca, Don Jr, Stone, The good Comrade himself???? The minimum is the statement to the court detailing when/what Manafort did to blow his plea deal and the sentencing memo detailing Cohen's cooperation. Trump melting down on Twitter this morning. LOL
@ Hobbyist « Thu 7:20 pm »
Good time to be a snowmobile or quad salesman when the feds hand over all that cash to the natives. Main St will be partying for a week
@ Webscout « Thu 5:11 pm »
Coffee Break-- Which kind of clouds produce drizzle? Asperitas Stratus Arcus Cumulonimbus***Shucks...got it wrong. Cumulonimbus sounded so good. https://www.theweathernetwork.com/poll/ ... le/118117/
@ Webscout « Thu 9:51 am »
Ottawa poised to compensate Indigenous survivors of physical, sexual abuse at 700 day schools
FINALLY good news based on bad news.
@ Webscout « Thu 8:40 am »
Huawei is now China’s biggest private company, with a payroll of 180,000, and the world’s second-largest maker of smartphones.
@ Webscout « Thu 8:19 am »
Market-TSX 14,839.94 -342.70 (-2.26%) 11:06 AM, DEC 06 S&P 500 2,645.41 -54.65 (-2.02%) DOW 24,472.01 -555.06 (-2.22%) NASDAQ 7,043.18 -115.25 (-1.61%) OIL 50.67 -2.22 (-4.2%) GOLD 1,248.00 5.40 (0.43%) DOLLAR 0.7452 -0.00341 (-0.46%) BITCOIN 3,610.00 -95.00 (-2.56%)
@ Webscout « Thu 2:13 am »
Survivor.S37E11.720p- viewtopic.php?f=30&t=220865
@ Webscout « Thu 1:46 am »
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou arrested in Canada, faces extradition to United States
@ Webscout « Wed 11:53 am »
The Fed is widely expected to raise interest rates at the close of its Dec. 18-19 policy meeting. Policy-makers have said the United States’ strong economy could stoke higher inflation if they do not raise borrowing costs further.
@ Webscout « Wed 11:49 am »
Me as well. My daughter has a pond in the back of her house and they can be noisy and hang around very late in the season..even when it’s freezing.
I guess they are hardy Canadian Geese.
@ Dude « Wed 11:26 am »
actually I just say there is a bunch of geese.
@ Dude « Wed 11:25 am »
I am old school so I still call them a gaggle of geese.
@ Webscout « Wed 11:10 am »
Re Geese...I was confused before but worse now. Gaggle is a "term of venery" from the middle ages, and refers to geese on the ground, usually a captive flock of domestic geese. A group flying was called a skein. Nowadays, flock is the correct generic term for a mob of wild geese or most other birds. The answer is Plump according to the Weather Network..person who wrote about it.
@ Webscout « Wed 9:42 am »
Always refesh before submitting..
@ Webscout « Wed 9:41 am »
Coffee Break-- It’s getting colder so geese are likely making their way south. What are a group of geese flying together called? I was sure I knew this one...wrong again. Skein Wedge Plump Gaggle.....***https://www.theweathernetwork.com/poll/ ... ed/118110/
@ Webscout « Tue 4:46 pm »
@ Webscout « Tue 1:43 pm »
It got worse...16:20 PM, DEC 04-TSX 15,063.59 -211.39 (-1.38%) S&P 500 2,700.06 -90.31 (-3.24%) DOW 25,027.07 -799.36 (-3.1%) NASDAQ 7,158.43 -283.08 (-3.8%)
@ Webscout « Tue 11:04 am »
TSX 15,092.60 -182.38 (-1.19%) 14:00 PM, DEC 04 S&P 500 2,711.42 -78.95 (-2.83%) DOW 25,104.16 -722.27 (-2.8%) NASDAQ 7,196.07 -245.44 (-3.3%) 13:45 PM, DEC 04 OIL 52.90 -0.05 (-0.09%) GOLD 1,245.40 5.80 (0.47%) DOLLAR 0.7548 -0.00283 (-0.37%) BITCOIN 3,865.00 65.00 (1.71%)
@ Webscout « Tue 8:08 am »
Coffee Break-- How many muscles does it take to smile? No wonder some people don’t smile. It’s work. 4 17 23 36 https://www.theweathernetwork.com/poll/ ... le/117880/
@ Webscout « Tue 8:08 am »
Coffee Break-- How many muscles does it take to smile? No wonder some people don’t smile. It’s work. 4 17 23 36 https://www.theweathernetwork.com/poll/ ... le/117880/
@ Webscout « Tue 6:54 am »
The Real-- ’Bad Blood’ ‘It opens up an underworld:’ How a drug plea has exposed a Mafia network in Hamilton Ontario Canada https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/ ... d-a-mafia/
@ Webscout « Mon 4:27 pm »
Trump administration aiming to end subsidies for electric cars, renewable energy https://www.theglobeandmail.com/busines ... tric-cars/ ***WHAT about ebikes?
@ Webscout « Mon 1:15 pm »
Oil surges almost 4 per cent on trade truce, expected supply cuts. I use Canola.
@ Webscout « Mon 1:14 pm »
Coffee Break-- Which product is not ENERGY STAR certified? Windows Residential oven Tablet Water cooler https://www.theweathernetwork.com/poll/ ... ed/117820/
@ Webscout « Mon 1:13 pm »
I gave you the answer...Clan. I agree with you that Mob is a good guess. As a Clan they Mob you. Those bone crushing Jaws...ouch.
@ Dude « Mon 1:00 pm »
for some reason I am going to guess Mob.
@ Webscout « Sun 9:39 am »
Coffee Break-- What are a group of hyenas called? Mob Tribe Clan Fleet https://www.theweathernetwork.com/poll/ ... ed/117879/ I got this one. For chickens or fowl it’s the CCC-CooClucksClan or
@ Webscout « Sun 7:58 am »
29 HANUKKAH CLASSICS -Recipes https://www.geniuskitchen.com/ideas/tra ... -food-6159. I am not of the Jewish faith but faithful to their food.
@ Webscout « Sat 12:56 pm »
AMAZON UP (12.52%) PAST FIVE DAYS In the old days, U.S. Thanksgiving shoppers risked getting elbowed in the head or trampled if they ventured to the malls. Now, the worst injury they suffer is a blister on their mousing finger. Shares of Amazon.com surged after the e-commerce giant said Cyber Monday was “the single biggest shopping day in the company’s history” and that the U.S. Thanksgiving Day weekend as a whole also set a new record for online sales, with more than 180 million items ordered worldwide. This is one stock that has really clicked with investors.
@ Webscout « Sat 10:54 am »
I sure hope so...lol
@ johnisasmith « Sat 10:11 am »
Does anyone even bother to check those correct answers?
@ johnisasmith « Sat 10:09 am »
So the orange color is now called red?!
@ johnisasmith « Sat 10:08 am »
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@ johnisasmith « Sat 10:06 am »
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@ Webscout « Sat 6:50 am »
Coffee Break-- What colour is the "black box" found on airplanes? Black, duh White Red Yellow Green https://www.theweathernetwork.com/poll/ ... es/117395/ ***I got this one..
@ Webscout « Sat 5:31 am »
OBIT:George H.W. Bush dies at 94
@ Dude « Fri 7:14 am »
Does that black and white cow have issues about not fitting in?
@ Webscout « Thu 11:21 am »
Canada imposes sanctions on 17 Saudis over killing of journalist Khashoggi***THAT’S really going to hurt. UNREAL.
@ Webscout « Thu 11:16 am »
Ottawa on pace to spend $400-million next year on irregular border crossings: watchdog. ***Does irregular=illegal?
@ Webscout « Thu 8:36 am »
That’s Knickers. Too big to slaughter. Now Club Med Member
@ Webscout « Thu 8:35 am »
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@ Webscout « Thu 8:32 am »
Coffee Break-- How hot is a lightning bolt? 30,000 kelvins 65,000 kelvins 9,000 kelvins 100,000 kelvins https://www.theweathernetwork.com/poll/ ... lt/115889/ I guessed 65,000 kelvins. I wonder how hot one Kelvin is? . One degree kelvin is the same as 1 degree celsius. Why not just use celsius. Canadians understand that. We know what’s hot. LOL

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