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Unread Mar 26th, 2020, 07:47 PM   #24831
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Well lookie on here

OooooWeeee hum diggity dawg!

Cominin from the mother ship you separatist bastards:

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calga...line-1.5511032

With Canada bailing out, again, the tar sand people, what exactly do we get in return?

What's that? A boxing match you say? Naw our well socked boy already whooped yo boi. Our well socked boy already beat the best you had in 2015.

I know I know! We can have a SUMO wrestling' match! Whadaya think? Traditional Japanese rules including loin cloths. Kenny vs Ford. My moneys' on Dougie!
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Unread Mar 26th, 2020, 09:28 PM   #24832
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Hey Jimbo, must be hard to face the disrespect of your family 24/7 now that you're in quarantine!

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OooooWeeee hum diggity dawg!

Cominin from the mother ship you separatist bastards:

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calga...line-1.5511032

With Canada bailing out, again, the tar sand people, what exactly do we get in return?

What's that? A boxing match you say? Naw our well socked boy already whooped yo boi. Our well socked boy already beat the best you had in 2015.

I know I know! We can have a SUMO wrestling' match! Whadaya think? Traditional Japanese rules including loin cloths. Kenny vs Ford. My moneys' on Dougie!
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Unread Yesterday, 05:48 AM   #24833
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Hey Jimbo, must be hard to face the disrespect of your family 24/7 now that you're in quarantine!
Dunno why he bothers to post here. I suppose to continue to prove he's the country's biggest arsehole.
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Speakin' of Arseholes, UCP - We See Urine, from the province that brought us Eckville high: Tyler Shandro (probably another separatist bastard):

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmon...ners-1.5511288
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Unread Yesterday, 05:02 PM   #24835
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Tell your family about it Jimbo— at least they're already accustomed to suffering under your endless prating.

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https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmon...ners-1.5511288
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Dunno why he bothers to post here.
Can you imagine how he's exhausted everyone in the small and diminishing circle of people who put up with him? This is all he has left.
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Unread Yesterday, 05:48 PM   #24837
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Hello, Asshole.

Once again, your ignorance rears its dumb f'ing head.

First, we mine oil sand, not tar sand. Oil is the compound that keeps have not provinces like Ontario & Kaybeck afloat. Tar is that black $h!t between yer ears.

Second, as you are a Prog, I don't expect you to understand math but point 3 will explain it to you.

Point the third, from 2007-2015 alone us Separatists donated greater than $220 billion to this $h!thole of a country than we received back. If BlackFace McGroper actually delivers on his promise & sends us a cheque, it's not only well-earned, but long overdue.

Fourth, the only thing holding this $h!thole of a country's finances together is cash coming from us Separatists. A little respect is due. After we're gone? Good luck...

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Tar Sands you fuc kin goof of a separatist who doesn't know his own history. Who put the Eck in Eckville Jimmy?

"The Athabasca tar sands first came to the attention of European fur traders in 1719 when Wa-pa-su, a Cree trader, brought a sample of bituminous sands to the Hudson's Bay Company post at York Factory on Hudson Bay where Henry Kelsey was the manager. In 1778, Peter Pond, another fur trader and a founder of the rival North West Company, became the first European to see the Athabasca deposits after exploring the Methye Portage which allowed access to the rich fur resources of the Athabasca River system from the Hudson Bay watershed.[6]

In 1788, fur trader Alexander MacKenzie (who later discovered routes to both the Arctic and Pacific Oceans from this area) wrote: "At about 24 miles from the fork (of the Athabasca and Clearwater Rivers) are some bituminous fountains into which a pole of 20 feet long may be inserted without the least resistance. The bitumen is in a fluid state and when mixed with gum, the resinous substance collected from the spruce fir, it serves to gum the Indians' canoes." He was followed in 1799 by map maker David Thompson and in 1819 by British Naval officer John Franklin.[7]

John Richardson did the first serious scientific assessment of the tar sands in 1848 on his way north to search for Franklin's lost expedition. The first government-sponsored survey of the tar sands was initiated in 1875 by John Macoun, and in 1883, G.C. Hoffman of the Geological Survey of Canada tried separating the bitumen from oil sand with the use of water and reported that it separated readily. In 1888, Robert Bell, the director of the Geological Survey of Canada, reported to a Senate Committee that "The evidence ... points to the existence in the Athabasca and Mackenzie valleys of the most extensive petroleum field in America, if not the world."[6]

In 1926, Karl Clark of the University of Alberta received a patent for a hot water separation process which was the forerunner today's thermal extraction processes. Several attempts to implement it had varying degrees of success, but it was 1967 before the first commercially viable operation began with the opening of the Great Canadian Oil Sands (now Suncor) plant using surfactants in the separation process developed by Earl W. Malmberg of Sun Oil Company.

Tar sands production
Commercial production of oil from the Athabasca tar sands began in 1967, when Great Canadian Oil Sands Limited (then a subsidiary of Sun Oil Company but now incorporated into an independent company known as Suncor Energy) opened its first mine, producing 30,000 barrels of oil per day of synthetic crude oil.[8] Development was inhibited by declining world oil prices, and the second mine, operated by the Syncrude consortium, did not begin operating until 1978, after the 1973 oil crisis sparked investor interest.

However the price of oil subsided afterwards and although the 1979 energy crisis caused oil prices to peak again, during the 1980s, oil prices declined to very low levels causing considerable retrenchment in the oil industry. The third mine, operated by Shell Canada, did not begin operating until 2003. However, as a result of oil price increases since 2003, the existing mines have been greatly expanded and new ones are being planned.

According to the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board, 2005 production of crude bitumen in the Athabasca tar sands was as follows:

2005 Production m3/day bbl/day
Suncor Mine 31,000 195,000
Syncrude Mine 41,700 262,000
Shell Canada Mine 26,800 169,000
In Situ Projects 21,300 134,000
Total 120,800 760,000
As of 2006, output of tar sands production had increased to 1.126 million barrels of oil per day. tar sands were the source of 62% of Alberta's total oil production and 47% of all oil produced in Canada. The Alberta government believes this level of production could reach 3 million barrels of oil per day by 2020 and possibly 5 million barrels of oil per day by 2030.[9]"
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Hello, Asshole.

Don't care how big and black you make it. It's still oil sands. I live here, remember? And I have friends & relatives who have been working up in Ft Mac for years. None of them have ever called it "tar" sands. We extract oil from the sand, not tar, you Prog idiot.

Go back to your black gay pron sites & fantasize about your hero, Blackie BananaPants McGroper. The adults in the room are having a conversation...

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Junior is showing how he can cut and paste to make his family proud!

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Hello, Asshole.

Don't care how big and black you make it. It's still oil sands. I live here, remember? And I have friends & relatives who have been working up in Ft Mac for years. None of them have ever called it "tar" sands. We extract oil from the sand, not tar, you Prog idiot.

Go back to your black gay pron sites & fantasize about your hero, Blackie BananaPants McGroper. The adults in the room are having a conversation...
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