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  • Scott
    July 02, 2010 - 13:34

    Fred from Beyond the Overpast, Nl writes: Of course St. John's is doing well. The bloody townies don't even know we exist.

    Huh? Who said that?

  • Randy
    July 02, 2010 - 13:34

    The problem with rural nl at this time,is ,our elected gov.MHA's,are afraid to open thier mouths,in fear of being kicked out by Danny and the water street lawyer bunch,that's running the show..Danny Williams entered politics for one reason,to make sure ,just about all of our oil money,would end up in the hands,of his St.John's buddies..There is no rural plan,other then to fill a pot-hole,here and there,at election time..And if you ask for to many holes to be filled,you end up like Tommy Rideout.The peaple of rural nl.are seeing much more clearly,what this gov.ie really about.The winners--'Mount Pearl ,Paradice St.John's---The losers--Marystown, Bonavista,,Hr.Breton,The northern pin ETC ETC ETC

  • Barbara
    July 02, 2010 - 13:33

    For the love of God will this towie -bayman thing ever stop we are all Newfoundlanders and Labradorians. It shouldn't make any difference whether we were born in Chance Cove, Grand Falls, Happy Valley or St. John's. because for the most part most babies in the last 40 years were born in one of the St. John's hospitals or the bigger town hospitals. and for that fact most of the city or town residents were probably at one time from some smaller community. So people get a life here instead of fighting each other and showing the rest of canada that we raise idiots here lets stand together where once our father stood and proclaim that united we can do all divided well the political vampires have their fill instead. and By the way Lana no matter who is in power until we stand together and fight as one it won't matter if you are from beyond the over pass or not support your brothers and all your neighbours or or there will be no one to support on either side of the over pass. People loose their jobs in St. John's and have none to return to after maternity leave. That is happening everywhere it is a global recession. The old timers will tell you that those who lived around the bay in the last recession survived better than those who lived in town because thay could grow some of their food and held livestock. they supported each other and helped each other when they could. They certainly didn't start out as you do nor continue as you to pit one against the other maybe its time for another old statement if you don't have anything good to say about each other don't speak at all.

  • Fred
    July 02, 2010 - 13:24

    Of course St. John's is doing well. The bloody townies don't even know we exist.

  • DB
    July 02, 2010 - 13:21

    What a socialist piece of crap.

  • Beverly
    July 02, 2010 - 13:17

    Lana my dear are you capable of writeing anything where you dont find a way to twist it around and blame OUR Prime Minister for everything that is wrong in the world? You my love are part of the reason there will NEVER be an NDP government in this great country of ours. You have all the answers just like Jack Layton but no plan just point the finger blame everyone else knowing full well he will never be in a position to have to make the major day to day decisions necessary to run this country.

  • Relocated Newfie
    July 02, 2010 - 13:13

    When are people going figure out that Vale INCO are not building a smelter in Long Harbout, but a hydromet plant.

    And to Mr. Cubed; I've read a few coments of yours lately here. Do you have nothing better to do with your time than spread your dismal views and negative atitude on here. I make no wonder people accross the country think most Newfoundlanders have an attitude similar to your poor atitude...take a break from doom and gloom and say something positive instead of sarcasm and BS.

    Maybe we can go for a motorcycle ride soon. I have an R1 that goes 300 kms per hour............

  • Scott
    July 01, 2010 - 20:23

    Fred from Beyond the Overpast, Nl writes: Of course St. John's is doing well. The bloody townies don't even know we exist.

    Huh? Who said that?

  • Randy
    July 01, 2010 - 20:23

    The problem with rural nl at this time,is ,our elected gov.MHA's,are afraid to open thier mouths,in fear of being kicked out by Danny and the water street lawyer bunch,that's running the show..Danny Williams entered politics for one reason,to make sure ,just about all of our oil money,would end up in the hands,of his St.John's buddies..There is no rural plan,other then to fill a pot-hole,here and there,at election time..And if you ask for to many holes to be filled,you end up like Tommy Rideout.The peaple of rural nl.are seeing much more clearly,what this gov.ie really about.The winners--'Mount Pearl ,Paradice St.John's---The losers--Marystown, Bonavista,,Hr.Breton,The northern pin ETC ETC ETC

  • Barbara
    July 01, 2010 - 20:22

    For the love of God will this towie -bayman thing ever stop we are all Newfoundlanders and Labradorians. It shouldn't make any difference whether we were born in Chance Cove, Grand Falls, Happy Valley or St. John's. because for the most part most babies in the last 40 years were born in one of the St. John's hospitals or the bigger town hospitals. and for that fact most of the city or town residents were probably at one time from some smaller community. So people get a life here instead of fighting each other and showing the rest of canada that we raise idiots here lets stand together where once our father stood and proclaim that united we can do all divided well the political vampires have their fill instead. and By the way Lana no matter who is in power until we stand together and fight as one it won't matter if you are from beyond the over pass or not support your brothers and all your neighbours or or there will be no one to support on either side of the over pass. People loose their jobs in St. John's and have none to return to after maternity leave. That is happening everywhere it is a global recession. The old timers will tell you that those who lived around the bay in the last recession survived better than those who lived in town because thay could grow some of their food and held livestock. they supported each other and helped each other when they could. They certainly didn't start out as you do nor continue as you to pit one against the other maybe its time for another old statement if you don't have anything good to say about each other don't speak at all.

  • Fred
    July 01, 2010 - 20:10

    Of course St. John's is doing well. The bloody townies don't even know we exist.

  • DB
    July 01, 2010 - 20:05

    What a socialist piece of crap.

  • Beverly
    July 01, 2010 - 19:57

    Lana my dear are you capable of writeing anything where you dont find a way to twist it around and blame OUR Prime Minister for everything that is wrong in the world? You my love are part of the reason there will NEVER be an NDP government in this great country of ours. You have all the answers just like Jack Layton but no plan just point the finger blame everyone else knowing full well he will never be in a position to have to make the major day to day decisions necessary to run this country.

  • Relocated Newfie
    July 01, 2010 - 19:51

    When are people going figure out that Vale INCO are not building a smelter in Long Harbout, but a hydromet plant.

    And to Mr. Cubed; I've read a few coments of yours lately here. Do you have nothing better to do with your time than spread your dismal views and negative atitude on here. I make no wonder people accross the country think most Newfoundlanders have an attitude similar to your poor atitude...take a break from doom and gloom and say something positive instead of sarcasm and BS.

    Maybe we can go for a motorcycle ride soon. I have an R1 that goes 300 kms per hour............