Up for Debate: Preds make moves

Monday, July 2, 2012 at 12:11am

The Nashville Predators were involved in some interesting player moves on Sunday, the first day of free agency. Former Pred Chris Mason returns, while Jordin Tootoo plays turncoat. There is still, however, no deal yet for either Ryan Suter, who is testing the free agency market, or his defense partner, Shea Weber. How do you feel about the player trades so far, and what are your predictions on what will happen with Suter?

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170 Comments on this post:

By: gdiafante on 7/5/12 at 9:32

So yogi hangs out at the truck stop, eyeing unsuspecting drivers...that's pretty disgusting.

By: budlight on 7/5/12 at 9:42

It's amazing to me how many people on this site disrespect others who may disagree with their opinion.

I think they love to fan the flames of hate!

By: gdiafante on 7/5/12 at 9:44

That's the pot calling the kettle black, bud. Thanks for the laugh.

By: Captain Nemo on 7/5/12 at 9:46

No old fool I don't stop at the Hess anymore. I get my fule at the Pilot in Lebanon, it cost less there and they don't have creepy old perverts eyeing the people in the lot.

By: Captain Nemo on 7/5/12 at 9:52

Have you noticed gdia that the only ones that bring up the word hate often are from the fringe right?

I dislike, despise or I am disgusted by things, but I never hate. Hate is a wasted emotion that only people of low educating or up bring have abundance of.

By: BenDover on 7/5/12 at 9:59

I don't know how they missed the Ford family in Memphis... (or Memphis in general for that matter). I guess this focuses just on the Acorn incidents.

http://rottenacorn.com/activityMap.html

By: gdiafante on 7/5/12 at 9:59

I'd disagree, nemo. I think that word is thrown around by everyone. Anyone who disagrees with something is a hater. Yawn.

By: yogiman on 7/5/12 at 10:22

No, gdiafarte,

It depends on whether that's a kettle or a flat based pot you're using as your skull.

And I buy my gas from a local station. I like to do my business with home folks. Your buddy is looking for the cheapies.

By: Captain Nemo on 7/5/12 at 10:31

gdia, hate is used by the likes of KKK, Neo-Nazis and other extremist. I think hate is an over used and misused word by most people.

Look at bud; she is always calling people that disagree with her as haters of whatever, because their opinion is different from her narrow look at life. I suspect that she is so full of hate that it is just automatic for her to think everyone of a different opinion hates just like she does.

I got to go now, I check in later.

By: gdiafante on 7/5/12 at 10:35

What I mean, nemo, is that the word is used now for everything.

Yogi, your comebacks are really lame.

By: Captain Nemo on 7/5/12 at 10:40

Stop your lying yogi, the reason you do locale business is because you don’t go anywhere. Since I travel and meet other people rather than the dogs and pigs as you do, I buy my fuel where ever I am.

Plus I would not talk about others brains, when your half brain is made from cheap imported materials. LOL

By: Captain Nemo on 7/5/12 at 10:46

I see now, gdia. yogi’s comebacks are more like he is up-chucking his brains. ha,ha,ha!

By: brrrrk on 7/5/12 at 11:10

BenDover said

"I don't know how they missed the Ford family in Memphis... (or Memphis in general for that matter). I guess this focuses just on the Acorn incidents.

http://rottenacorn.com/activityMap.html"

This site can be traced back to anti-minimum wage advocate Rick Berman, the same public relations scumbag who defended big tobacco's attempt to prevent restaurants from having non-smoking areas, .... this guy is such a piece of work that his own son no longer wants anything to do with him. In addition, he has strong ties to ALEC, The Chamber of Commerce, and the Koch brothers. Berman is bought and paid for.

By: BenDover on 7/5/12 at 1:13

Ad hominem logical fallacy. If you can't argue the facts attack the messenger.

By: gdiafante on 7/5/12 at 1:19

Oh Ben, do you really want to go there? Remember my earlier post about a kettle?

By: brrrrk on 7/5/12 at 1:25

BenDover said

"Ad hominem logical fallacy. If you can't argue the facts attack the messenger."

If so, got it from your side..........

By: Kosh III on 7/5/12 at 1:34

Ben
You are confused. Voter registration fraud is not the same as voter fraud.
Registration fraud is easily caught by the Registrar or at the poll.
Voter fraud is when one tries to vote more than once, or vote as someone you are not.

Voter fraud is rare, as shown by my earlier post. Registration fraud is usually when someone is hired to get registrations and is paid a set amount for each completed registration form. So unscrupulous registration solicitors fill out bogus forms; which are almost always disallowed by the registrar and even if it isn't caught, the prepetrator has no intention of "voter fraud" and doesn't show up at the poll pretending to be someone else or trying to vote multiple times.

By: BenDover on 7/5/12 at 1:35

I've watched a whole lot of history being rewritten as it happened in my adult life guys. To suggest that there's no voter fraud on the left is a terminal absurdity.

But brrrrk brings in all the boogie men in another bit of White-House spin regurgitation. The supposed evil overlords disenfranchising the masses! A return to Jim Crow!

Yep... that ought to do it... nothing to see here... move along. Be comfortable in this and the earlier bullshitizations you've enjoyed from us in the past.

By: brrrrk on 7/5/12 at 1:38

Ben,

One more point, it is not an ad hominem attack if the point is to address the credibility of the person making the accusation and how it affects the context of the accusation. Berman is clearly someone who is driven primarily by who puts the money in his pocket. But then again, as a Romney supporter I suppose you're acclimated to that. Shall we discuss Romney's current anti-abortion position and Baines investment in Stericycle, a company that collected medical waste from abortion clinics..... all while making a nice profit?

By: brrrrk on 7/5/12 at 1:42

Kosh III said

"Registration fraud is usually when someone is hired to get registrations and is paid a set amount for each completed registration form. So unscrupulous registration solicitors fill out bogus forms; which are almost always disallowed by the registrar and even if it isn't caught, the prepetrator has no intention of "voter fraud" and doesn't show up at the poll pretending to be someone else or trying to vote multiple times."

And in many cases, it was ACORN themselves who reported any of their "violations"... course that always seems to be left out by the right.