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Saturday, June 09, 2007

Saturday News

A tap of the stick to a fellow blogger facing a libel suit from a publicity whore. The suit is completely without merit, but if any Canadian lawyers out there would like to offer their assistance to this fellow, please let me know and I'll put you in touch...

I've got a few hours to spend on a riding mower this morning. Perhaps I'll be spending it handicapping the field looking to replace Tony Curtale in Frisco...

From the UHaul: How NOT to fold your team online...

London is being considered for one of four Canada-Russian junior games this fall...

Wheatfield Blades tap new coach in Chris Johnstone...

CJOC-FM secures broadcast rights for Lethbridge Hurricanes...

Doug Herod asks: "But will the IceDogs fetch me my morning paper?"

Willy Palov still beating the drum: Draft issues force teams to rethink building philosophy...

More on Bob Vaughan's departure from Belleville...

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Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:42 PM, June 09, 2007) : 

Classic. "As of now the Chicago Hounds have SEIZED operations"

I'll bypass an obvious joke or two... You would think as a final act, the franchise could at least get the wording (and spelling) correct on their site.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (6:11 PM, June 09, 2007) : 

Perhaps the website provider does not feel they will be paid. So its better to throw that up then pay for the bandwidth of the full site.

I doubt this was done by the team.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (6:22 PM, June 09, 2007) : 

No need to ponder names for the tornado job.. It is Dwight Mullins. Don't know when it is going to be announced. but it will be him. Congrats to Dwight

 

Blogger Marc Foster said ... (6:25 PM, June 09, 2007) : 

Yeah, everything I have been hearing the last two weeks leads to that conclusion...

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:20 PM, June 09, 2007) : 

"Perhaps the website provider does not feel they will be paid. So its better to throw that up then pay for the bandwidth of the full site.

I doubt this was done by the team. "
I hope this wasn't done by the website provider, if so I'd advise anyone who is looking for a host/provider to avoid this company like the plague.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:45 PM, June 17, 2007) : 

Why? If the business, whose website you are providing bandwidth to, isn't paying their bill, then you have to pay to keep the site up. Then, the question becomes is it worth your own money to keep up the website of a failed business that isn't going to pay you a dime to do so?

Perhaps it would have been better to simply kill the site entirely, but no way should the bandwidth provider be expected to leave the site up, with no hope of being compensated for it.

 

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