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  • Shel Kelman posted 381 days ago

    Shel Kelman

    Got nothing to say to you. All my teams keep winning.

  • Shel Kelman posted 392 days ago

    Shel Kelman

    mo·ron noun \ˈmȯr-ˌän\ : a very stupid or foolish person
    CloseStyle: MLA APA ChicagoFull Definition of MORON
    1usually offensive : a person affected with mild mental retardation
    2: a very stupid person
    — mo·ron·ic \mə-ˈrä-nik, mȯ-\ adjective
    — mo·ron·i·cal·ly \-ni-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
    — mo·ron·ism \ˈmȯr-ˌä-ˌni-zəm\ noun
    — mo·ron·i·ty \mə-ˈrä-nə-tē, mȯ-\ noun

    I suspect the definition fits you well. And though I can always find time for a good debate because, afterall, thats how I make my living, this one long ago lost my interest because there is really nothing left to debate. Get a life "sports guy." I'm done with you.

  • Shel Kelman posted 393 days ago

    Shel Kelman

    Frankly, I have better things to do than to rhetorically joust with someone who relies on Wikipedia for his source of information. Wikipedia is NOT an offical sourse of information. If I cited it to the CA Court of Appeal in one of my briefs I could get scantioned. That's right fool, I'm an appellate attorney and in my business there is no room for speculation, especailly since the Bill died in parliment nearly 40 years age, long before the NFL became such a valuable source of wealth to any community it was in. When you have something to offer that has a foundation in fact, express it. Otherwise, this debate, such that it was, is dead just as the Canadian Football Act was so long ago.

  • Shel Kelman posted 394 days ago

    Shel Kelman

    Actually Joestrummer, you don't know anything about the law. Truth is in 1974, Canadian liberals threatened to pass the Canadian Football Act to prevent the World Football League from creating an expansion franchise in Toronto. The bill was never passed. Nevertheless, the WFL backed off. So hot shot, there is nothing to prevent the NFL from expanding into Canada except the size of the various markets. The only viable market is Toronto.