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  1. detroitbootybass

    Globe and Mail, tear down this paywall!

    Magiccloak doesn't work here either.
  2. detroitbootybass

    Landlord or tenant? Who pays for this type of maintenance/repair?

    It would seem to me to be the owner's responsibility. Don't get suckered into doing the work for free or paying the owner's bill from the contractors.
  3. detroitbootybass

    Fortress Real Developments woes

    That rat decided to flee the sinking ship and start his own 'consulting' firm when Fortress was informed that they were under investigation.
  4. detroitbootybass

    Baby, we got a bubble!?

    No surprise, really. Scammers scam... it's what they do. I wonder if we'll see Ben Myers come back the defend these serial criminals like he did before. But you know what they say, 'birds of a feather flock together'. I found this line in the Reuters reporting interesting: "In a special...
  5. detroitbootybass

    What do you think of the Tory-Wynne feud?

    Tory vs Wynne reminds me of the South Park episode about the vote for the school mascot: Giant Douche vs Turd Sandwich
  6. detroitbootybass

    Baby, we got a bubble!?

    You think that lot is big? It's fifty feet wide... if you sneeze, your neighbor has to wipe their face.
  7. detroitbootybass

    Baby, we got a bubble!?

    China has been doing that for many years now - they revisit the policy each year and they have kept the same $50,000 annual limit. The big Canadian banks (and smaller players too, I assume) help Chinese citizens elude the governmental money export controls. Since they get a piece of the action...
  8. detroitbootybass

    2018 Ontario Provincial Election Discussion

    First of all, you might not want to pull old articles from know conspiracy-theorist websites as a 'source' for your point of view. Just a friendly FYI from me to you. Secondly, the late Australian Dr. Robert Carter (who is dead, by the way), was on the payroll of The Heartland Institute... and...
  9. detroitbootybass

    Rob Ford's Toronto

    I see Donald Trump much more like Doug Ford; Rob Ford was more like Billy Carter or Roger Clinton.
  10. detroitbootybass

    Baby, we got a bubble!?

    You can drop the address into Google Translate and view it through that.
  11. detroitbootybass

    Baby, we got a bubble!?

    PinkLucy, how about here: http://www.juwai.com/
  12. detroitbootybass

    Baby, we got a bubble!?

    Interesting article found in today's New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/13/world/americas/canada-vancouver-chinese-immigrant-wealth.html
  13. detroitbootybass

    Average maintenance fee increase per year?

    ^^^^^ Unless I'm missing something, I don't see any 'discussion' about condos vs homes. All I see is a pro-condo site (a law firm that only deals in condo law) espousing the virtues of a condo vis-à-vis a home. A business, 100% dependent on condo ownership for its survival, promoting condos...
  14. detroitbootybass

    Baby, we got a bubble!?

    In the words of Abraham J. Simpson, "A little from column A, a little from column B".
  15. detroitbootybass

    Rob Ford's Toronto

    Except when Rob is driving:
  16. detroitbootybass

    Toronto 2024 Olympic Bid (Dead)

    Support for Toronto hosting summer Olympics slides to 50 per cent http://www.thestar.com/news/city_hall/2015/09/14/support-for-toronto-hosting-summer-olympics-slides-to-50-per-cent.html "Toronto’s support for a Summer Olympic bid has slipped to 50 per cent, according to a newly released...
  17. detroitbootybass

    Rob Ford's Toronto

    Don't worry... I 100% guarantee that Donald Trump will not become president of The United States.
  18. detroitbootybass

    Question for UTers: Should Toronto bid for the 2024 Olympics?

    According to Statistics Canada, Toronto gets about 20,000 - 25,000 new residents each year. The GTHA (Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area) gets about 100,000 residents per year.
  19. detroitbootybass

    Rob Ford's Toronto

    I think they're more like herpes - at some point, one could almost forget they are there, but then they flare up again. Edit: I see AlvinofDiaspar already beat me to it. Serves me right for not reading the last comments before posting a reply!
  20. detroitbootybass

    Baby, we got a bubble!?

    Statistics Canada cuts job numbers for 2014, adding to concern about economy http://www.thestar.com/business/2015/01/28/statistics-canada-cuts-estimated-number-of-jobs-gained-in-2014.html "Canada’s economy created about 65,000 fewer jobs than first reported last year, according to...

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