Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Obidan, Mar 23, 2019.
Trade for Trolin and Bedard?
i think wheelman took more offense so the Sasquatch part of the comment
Haha, you guys are so far off. And no, my reply was just right. Keep that troll out of Canada.
This is cool. I really liked Nick when he was a beat writer for the Pats and continued read his stuff when he went to NO. Him and Howe with the athletic is a real nice combo.
Never has someone written so little, and yet garnered such universal acclaim.
BTW- sending Volin to the Jete is too kind. He's so clueless, he'd think it was a promotion!
NOW we understand.
I don’t remember any of Underhill’s stuff blowing me away but if he’s improved since leaving the New England football scene, then he’s definitely welcome.
Please send some of that affordable healthcare down south.
can we make it a package deal including reimer, drelich and volin
Lol! affordable healthcare my ass. Need a dentist? You're on your own. Need a physiotherapist/chiropractor/psychologist? Need a prescription after that free doctor visit? You're on your own. Granted United States is way worse than Canada. There are other countries that do healthcare better than Canada.
I would have preferred Jared Cook...this feels like winning the runner up prize at the county fair agaunst the winning cow.
I don't think paying 50% in taxes is very affordable.
How do you get 50%?
Canadian income tax rates for individuals - current and previous years - Canada.ca
Hell the way the ice sheet is melting that might not even be a good point anymore.
That's just federal, which caps at 33%. Add in provincial income taxes of approx. 15%, federal sales tax of 5% (and many provinces tack on provincial sales taxes on top), property taxes, etc.
I was about to ask because I was debating on it ($60/yr one payment or $10/mo.).
I'm not looking to add to my countless monthly pay services but their articles look interesting. Can you expand?
He’s not bad
so you're not an athletic supporter
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