lowcoaster 
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Re: “Lazy snow shovelling

It's actually illegal to do.

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Posted by lowcoaster on 02/23/2017 at 3:25 PM

Re: “Can't see around snow banks!

The crews have been out 24/7 since the storm trying to clear it up.

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Posted by lowcoaster on 02/23/2017 at 3:24 PM

Re: “Dogs are NOT small, four-legged people

You know that rats and mice run through pretty much every store in downtown Halifax right?

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Posted by lowcoaster on 02/23/2017 at 3:23 PM

Re: “Kijiji sellers making it difficult to buy their shit

Maybe you should stop shopping on kijiji?

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Posted by lowcoaster on 01/02/2015 at 8:16 AM

Re: “You all suck

If it's not worth it to you don't buy it.

Ahh, I love winter, when the bitch section switches from driver vs bicycle bitches to hipster haters venting about jackets they cant afford.

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Posted by lowcoaster on 12/19/2014 at 12:49 PM

Re: “Motorcycle cruising the bike lane

THE DOOR PRIZE EXPLAINED

Unsure of the meaning of "door prize"?
Is it easier to spam the comment section than use a google search?

To win a door prize is to have a door opened into oneself whilst commuting by bicycle.

Avatar #108: A TYPE OF SPONGEBOB IM SURE

A discomfort as always,

Cheerios, good for the heart!

-Halifax Boy

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Posted by lowcoaster on 12/19/2014 at 12:46 PM

Re: “Whistle bristle

THE UNCONSCIONABLE USE OF "WHISTLING"

"The unconscionable side of whistling is in relation to flavoring." McHael Urphy

"Whistling in a coffee" is a neologism not found in the dictionary. Neither for that matter is "aural assault." However, the root derivation is obviously "ass wind" which, according to the Concise Oxford Dictionary of Current English, refers to "my the moral sense of self-intelligence"

As with so many others, the question in respect to the legislation on whistling in public then ultimately devolves into one of Philosophy, in particular that of Moral Philosophy. However - and this is important - the bitcher has not engaged Moral Philosophy, particularly those grounds upon which the legislation on whistling in public might be see to be morally wrong. In other words, what moral principle has the legislation on whistlers been violated?

On the bitcher's showing the answer can only be: "None." In other words, the relationship between aural assaulter and ear bleeder not perspicuous. Therefore, one can only conclude that the bitches use of "whitsling" is in itself unconscionable. Next.

(AVATAR #131: A SPONGEBOB PERTURBED)

A pleasure as always.

Cheerio!

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Posted by lowcoaster on 11/06/2014 at 8:26 AM

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Re: “Song's Korean Restaurant

BI, BIM, BAP!

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Posted by lowcoaster on 04/22/2013 at 7:22 PM

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