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Good job Canada: This is too dirty.... by coolwulf in funny

[–]orochi 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Passive aggressiveness instead of outright anger is a very stereotypical Canadian trait

Requesting /r/nhl. Only mod has been AWOL for 2 months. blog spam becoming more prevalent by CanadianSithlord in redditrequest

[–]orochi 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Well it sounds like you have a lot of good ideas for the sub. If /u/CanadianSithlord gets it, hopefully he'll consider adding you on, and you can both build it up to something better than it is now

Rebel Media Asks Viewers to Place Retirement Savings Into Newly Created ‘Rebel Freedom Fund’ by CMikeHunt in canada

[–]orochi 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Alexas rankings are powered by either the website having an invisible tracking code, or users having an alexa toolbar. Beyond that, it's all an estimate.

And who are the people most likely to have alexa toolbar adware on their browser? The elderly/non-tech savvy people. They're also The Rebels target audience.

Requesting /r/nhl. Only mod has been AWOL for 2 months. blog spam becoming more prevalent by CanadianSithlord in redditrequest

[–]orochi 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Objection

NO DRAMA. Engaging in flaming, accusations, and general drama will result in a ban from /r/redditrequest. Keep discussion directly relevant to the request at hand.

Requesting /r/nhl. Only mod has been AWOL for 2 months. blog spam becoming more prevalent by CanadianSithlord in redditrequest

[–]orochi 0 points1 point  (0 children)

You were turned down 6 days ago due to the rules in the sidebar

Subreddits aren't considered "abandoned" if any mod has been active anywhere on reddit in the past 60 days.

The sole mods last public comment was on December 22nd, 2017. The earliest a redditrequest could have been initiated was February 20th. Anything before that and it gets automatically rejected

Keemstar was Wrong!? • Small YouTuber by [deleted] in videos

[–]orochi[M] [score hidden] stickied comment (0 children)

Dear dumbasses: If you're going to use multiple accounts to comment, at least check to make sure the post wasn't automatically filtered first.

Australia's response under a conservative government following the death of 35 people during the Port Arthur Massacre in 1996. by goldncamo in pics

[–]orochi 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Fucking cunt act low blow there.

Come to Canada. Great fiber, sensible gun control and transportation laws

I don't see Buff as a dirty player, am i out to lunch on that? by MilHaus2000 in winnipegjets

[–]orochi 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I don't think he's dirty. I don't think hitting there was intentional. But accidental or not, he still deserved that suspension. That's something that the NHL should take a strong stance against.

But if he was a dirty player, he would have received more than just a single suspension in 800+ games

I don't see Buff as a dirty player, am i out to lunch on that? by MilHaus2000 in winnipegjets

[–]orochi 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Buff = Big
Big = dirty

that seems to be some peoples rationale as to why buff is a dirty player

I don't see Buff as a dirty player, am i out to lunch on that? by MilHaus2000 in winnipegjets

[–]orochi 5 points6 points  (0 children)

How many suspensions has he gotten over his 800 games

Just once IIRC. And it was deserved. It was for the crosscheck on T.J Miller that landed on the back of his neck

It seems to be that was the point where Buff started to really pull his hits.

I don't see Buff as a dirty player, am i out to lunch on that? by MilHaus2000 in winnipegjets

[–]orochi 5 points6 points  (0 children)

but he is playing a bit grittier this year.

He's still not playing remotely as physically as he was back in '14.

Former Jets centre Jim Slater thrilled former team is finding success by Buddha_is_my_homeboy in winnipegjets

[–]orochi 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Hope he does well in the Olympics.

But as he's playing for team USA, maybe not too well?

Treating mental illness could save global economy billions — and it's 'costless,' study says - "The study estimated that for every $1 spent on treating depression, production would be restored by the equivalent of $2.5." by AdamCannon in worldnews

[–]orochi 45 points46 points  (0 children)

Actually, this sounds like something large corporations would love.

Costs are socialized, profits are seen by the private sector.

It's even better for them because the more people treated means a larger potential pool of employees. More competition for positions means they can start driving down wages again.