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2013-05-23 11:27:55 AM

Quantum Apostrophe: Savage Bacon: /Stade Olympique = New Thunderdome

There's nothing new about the Stade. Ever been in there? It's got this kooky '70s architecture inside, with claustrophobic corridors with raw concrete and pipes everywhere.

The smell... oh the smell. Rusty water everywhere.

It is a joy to pay taxes in such a fine place.

I suspect it's as bad anywhere else, but at least other places don't pretend to world-class status. Montreal is world class nothing IMO.


Of course there's nothing new about the Stade, that's why it'd be such a great Thunderdome. You need a place that reeks of despair and channels hatred. It's perfect. Crumbling structure, depressing architecture, no easily accessible exits... It will be glorious.
 
2013-05-23 11:57:00 AM

Savage Bacon: *low whistle*

So, persecution complex and ethnic slurs. It's a wonder you couldn't get ahead here. Anyhoo, you're happier now, right? That's what matters. Also, you're out o ...


How is it a complex if it is something real I experienced every day I live there for about three years? Quebecers go out of their way to make sure you know "Tu n'es pas d'iccite en tabarnac", and therefore you are inferior, and you will never amount to the grandiose frogger pedigree that has made the province and city the successes they are.

 
But yes, high-fives all around. Enjoy your crumbling, riotous, xenophobic culture... The rest of Canada keeps you around for comic relief...
 
2013-05-23 12:02:58 PM

prodigyking: How is it a complex if it is something real I experienced every day I live there for about three years? Quebecers go out of their way to make sure you know "Tu n'es pas d'iccite en tabarnac", and therefore you are inferior, and you will never amount to the grandiose frogger pedigree that has made the province and city the successes they are.


And how do you treat them when they come visit your town?
 
2013-05-23 12:11:01 PM

Savage Bacon: Crumbling structure, depressing architecture, no easily accessible exits... It will be glorious.


Like Lucien L'allier Metro Station?
 
2013-05-23 12:26:22 PM

prodigyking: Savage Bacon: *low whistle*

So, persecution complex and ethnic slurs. It's a wonder you couldn't get ahead here. Anyhoo, you're happier now, right? That's what matters. Also, you're out o ...

How is it a complex if it is something real I experienced every day I live there for about three years? Quebecers go out of their way to make sure you know "Tu n'es pas d'iccite en tabarnac", and therefore you are inferior, and you will never amount to the grandiose frogger pedigree that has made the province and city the successes they are.

 
But yes, high-fives all around. Enjoy your crumbling, riotous, xenophobic culture... The rest of Canada keeps you around for comic relief...


Sure, Sparky, it's our fault. Keep telling yourself that. Your character is entirely without flaw and there's just no way your poor little victimized self could make it here. But at least you got out. You should write a book about your ordeal, entitle it "Saying no to poutine: a damning choice" and market it in Toronto, Vancouver and the Prairies. You'll be swimming in royalties before ya know it.
 
2013-05-23 12:27:42 PM

Quantum Apostrophe: Savage Bacon: Crumbling structure, depressing architecture, no easily accessible exits... It will be glorious.

Like Lucien L'allier Metro Station?


Nah, that's more like Dante's Inferno, where every set of escalators takes you deeper into hell. I like where your head's at, though.
 
2013-05-23 12:50:57 PM

Quantum Apostrophe: Savage Bacon: Crumbling structure, depressing architecture, no easily accessible exits... It will be glorious.

Like Lucien L'allier Metro Station?


For only a quarter, you get first-class doormen to usher you into the tunnel.  What other city has that kind of service?
 
2013-05-23 12:58:06 PM

miss diminutive: Capo Del Bandito: miss diminutive: I don't think you need to get beat up to learn that lesson. I've never been in a fight and even I know that taking on 5 people on your own is asking for trouble.

Obviously you've never been a teenage boy before. Testosterone and the 'i'm invincible' mentality tends to warp perception.

That and lots of guys tend to do stupid shiat even if they're told different because they're convinced they can be the underdog or some such rot.

Not to my knowledge, no.

I get that boys do stupid things (actually, so do girls, just in a different way) but taking on 5 drunken, loudmouth idiots just seems like sticking a fork in an electrical outlet and being surprised about being electrocuted.

It just seems like behaviour that flies in the face of human survival. If testosterone has such an impact on risk perception and dangerous behaviour it's somewhat amazing we've survived as a species all this time.


The prevailing theory I've heard is that men, in the eyes of evolution, are expendable. Women are more inclined to take care of the kids, since, y'know, they had them in their bodies for nine months, so men need to fark and that's it. Thus, testosterone.

/It sounds like a theory that would make sense in terms of  social evolution, though; we train men to fight and die, at least in the West, because there's dangerous shiat out there, someone's gotta take care of it, and if you pump up a guy's testosterone and tell him to do stupid shiat, you get defenders and babies, so society survives, and the women can actually run the place.
//Facepalm-worthy, but it's been working for several thousand generations...
 
2013-05-23 01:03:38 PM

here to help: prodigyking: How is it a complex if it is something real I experienced every day I live there for about three years? Quebecers go out of their way to make sure you know "Tu n'es pas d'iccite en tabarnac", and therefore you are inferior, and you will never amount to the grandiose frogger pedigree that has made the province and city the successes they are.

And how do you treat them when they come visit your town?


Like the way I want to be treated. Basically show me what you can do, and what you're worth in this world, regardless of where you are from. I will respect you for those things.

I will not be threatned by your background, heritage.

Obviously this was way too much to ask in Quebec...
 
2013-05-23 01:06:14 PM

Savage Bacon: Sure, Sparky, it's our fault. Keep telling yourself that. Your character is entirely without flaw and there's just no way your poor little victimized self could make it here. But at least you got out. You should write a book about your ordeal, entitle it "Saying no to poutine: a damning choice" and market it in Toronto, Vancouver and the Prairies. You'll be swimming in royalties before ya know it.


arrete de niaiser gros con
 
2013-05-23 01:22:42 PM
How do you say Jury Nullification in French?
 
2013-05-23 01:23:03 PM

prodigyking: And how do you treat them when they come visit your town?

Like the way I want to be treated. Basically show me what you can do, and what you're worth in this world, regardless of where you are from. I will respect you for those things.

I will not be threatned by your background, heritage.

Obviously this was way too much to ask in Quebec...


Well if that is indeed true then good for you but you have to realize that's not what happens in many cases. The Anglo/Franco sh*t has a long history and the animosity is self perpetuating. Like Jews and Muslims being pissy with each over millenia old feuds. If people just stopped participating in it it would stop but everyone's gotta get the last word in so it doesn't.

Very sad. Can I recommend maybe you just forget about it and enjoy your new life? The things you have said here certainly don't help Quebecer's attitudes toward outsiders which then obviously effect outsider's views of Quebecers. The high road has a lot less potholes and road kill. There's no toll and the hitchikers are hot and have beer.
 
2013-05-23 01:31:51 PM

prodigyking: Savage Bacon: Sure, Sparky, it's our fault. Keep telling yourself that. Your character is entirely without flaw and there's just no way your poor little victimized self could make it here. But at least you got out. You should write a book about your ordeal, entitle it "Saying no to poutine: a damning choice" and market it in Toronto, Vancouver and the Prairies. You'll be swimming in royalties before ya know it.

arrete de niaiser gros con


Juste si t'arrêtes de faire le pauvre martyr abusé qui traite tous les Québécois de 'frogs', tout en se plaignant qu'il n'a jamais été accepté par eux.
 
2013-05-23 01:38:31 PM

here to help: Very sad. Can I recommend maybe you just forget about it and enjoy your new life?



Done and done!

It's the inital comments on this thread that brought back memories of my years in Mon-real. It's also the way that Quebec manages to make its way into national news about how they want everything for free without contributing to the union that's kind of annoying. It's the non-stop conversation about equalization payments flowing to Quebec and being mismanaged by the most corrupt provinical government in Canada. It's also the new generation of shiat-stains that they are raising, rioting for months and torching the subway, over the great injustice of paying tuition that concerns me gravely.

/Otherwise everything else is peachy over here
//have a beer (La Find Du Monde) on me!
 
2013-05-23 01:48:59 PM

Savage Bacon: prodigyking: Savage Bacon: Sure, Sparky, it's our fault. Keep telling yourself that. Your character is entirely without flaw and there's just no way your poor little victimized self could make it here. But at least you got out. You should write a book about your ordeal, entitle it "Saying no to poutine: a damning choice" and market it in Toronto, Vancouver and the Prairies. You'll be swimming in royalties before ya know it.

arrete de niaiser gros con

Juste si t'arrêtes de faire le pauvre martyr abusé qui traite tous les Québécois de 'frogs', tout en se plaignant qu'il n'a jamais été accepté par eux.


It's not like I went around Montreal screaming frogs every day... I really tried to make a good life over there. I tried really hard. How can the same person perform so much better in the same country a few thousand km away, by doing things the same way? Must be the environment that's suffocating..


This is just an endearing term I have taken a liking to, after I left, anyways...

/embrace you froginess, it really is a cute animal if you think about it...
 
2013-05-23 01:52:21 PM

prodigyking: here to help: Very sad. Can I recommend maybe you just forget about it and enjoy your new life?


Done and done!

It's the inital comments on this thread that brought back memories of my years in Mon-real. It's also the way that Quebec manages to make its way into national news about how they want everything for free without contributing to the union that's kind of annoying. It's the non-stop conversation about equalization payments flowing to Quebec and being mismanaged by the most corrupt provinical government in Canada. It's also the new generation of shiat-stains that they are raising, rioting for months and torching the subway, over the great injustice of paying tuition that concerns me gravely.

/Otherwise everything else is peachy over here
//have a beer (La Find Du Monde) on me!


Good stuff. I will re-emphasize that I wouldn't really want to live there either until they get the corruption and violent crime down. However the students thing I can kind of respect (except for the violence). Gotta keep tuitions down and personally I'd like to see higher education, at least some of the more general stuff, paid for. A HS diploma just doesn't do what it used to so it makes sense to treat it like other public education efforts. In fact they should probably roll those things into the HS curriculum even if they have to tack on two years of school for everyone. I mean that'd be nice for Canada but it's more needed in the US amongst other things like healthcare investments (free check ups and preventative medicine saves a SH*TLOAD of money in the long run). Those are worthy investments. Offensive wars in countries that aren't actually a threat to the mainland US and tax breaks for despicably wealthy people... not so much.

Salud!
 
2013-05-23 01:56:52 PM
If you learn one thing in life, it should be to never mess with a Quebecois woman -- they're all kinds of stabby when provoked.

Je me souviens!
 
2013-05-23 04:42:54 PM
Just read this whole thread. Got to the bottom and it had been so long since anyone had mentioned the original topic II had to go back to the top to figure out wtf the subject was.

In other words, the only thing I took from this was that Canadians are a bunch of whiny losers no matter what province they live in. Way to go guys.
 
2013-05-23 09:52:35 PM
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2013-05-24 02:04:02 AM

Quantum Apostrophe: [images.craigslist.org image 480x351]


Interesting picture you got there.  Where have I seen it before?
 
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