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Tie Domi and . . . Belinda Stronach???

Posted: Mon Sep 25, 2006 8:50 pm
by Meerschaum
Domi continues to punch above his weight, even off skates . . .

LINK

I mean, just think about the comedic possibilities of this love quadrangle . . . Peter MacKay, Bill Clinton, Tie Domi and Belinda. It's like one woman doing the entire cast of The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

Posted: Tue Sep 26, 2006 1:44 am
by trevor corey
Hehe.
:look:
Most of us men are as faithfull as our opportuinities.
Men are men, what can a guy do?
I mean really......Tia, cmon.
How could any man live with himself if he didn't?

Posted: Tue Sep 26, 2006 12:38 pm
by Meerschaum
Yeah, billionairesses are a dime a dozen these days, but Tia . . .

Ay caremba!

I've got newfound respect for Domi.

Re: Tie Domi and . . . Belinda Stronach???

Posted: Tue Sep 26, 2006 1:39 pm
by Farhan Lalji
Meerschaum wrote:Domi continues to punch above his weight, even off skates . . .

LINK

I mean, just think about the comedic possibilities of this love quadrangle . . . Peter MacKay, Bill Clinton, Tie Domi and Belinda. It's like one woman doing the entire cast of The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
I'd tap Belinda (ignoring the fact that she's a billionaire). :P

Posted: Tue Sep 26, 2006 11:29 pm
by trevor corey
Hehe.
I love it when a woman buys dinner then pays for the $400 a night room.
HOT!

Posted: Wed Sep 27, 2006 12:59 am
by Soapy
Seeing as this is a CANUCK thread..you must hate all TORONTO MAPLE Leaves...come on its Tie Domi...wouldn't fight Brashear for ever !!
I love his retirement speech..all about the respect for the game, family values, respect for other players, the fans, the media..oh wait...didn't he punch all of the aforementioned in the head at some time...and how hard is it to find pictures of Domi & some drinking buddings on the Internet?? He's a cartoon character at best.......and now TSN has signed him...how can this be true... the Cro-Magnon man idiot just learned to cook meat over fire a couple of weeks ago...& his ex-wife taught him...just another $45000 a month to remember how to do it.

Posted: Wed Sep 27, 2006 7:09 am
by the Cunning Linguist
Meerschaum wrote:I've got newfound respect for Domi.
Indeed. :lol:

Posted: Wed Sep 27, 2006 10:57 am
by tantalum
Bah. If an ugly idiot like Domi has a chance with someone like her you know she pretty much gives it away.

Personally, I have very little respect for adulterers.

Posted: Wed Sep 27, 2006 12:13 pm
by Meerschaum
tantalum wrote:Personally, I have very little respect for adulterers.
WHOA!!! Them's fightin' words . . . ;)

Posted: Wed Sep 27, 2006 2:02 pm
by trevor corey
Whatever.
I guess you don't have respect for the majority of married people then.
Personally I think life is too short to not indulge in opportuinities for joy and pleasure that you can forever look back and smile about. Makes the tough stuff more bearable IMO

BTW, how can you throw around the term ugly like that?

Posted: Wed Sep 27, 2006 4:36 pm
by *CanucksForLife*
I can't see someone like him and someone like her getting together...Yikes.

Posted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 7:51 am
by tantalum
trevor corey wrote:Whatever.
I guess you don't have respect for the majority of married people then.
Personally I think life is too short to not indulge in opportuinities for joy and pleasure that you can forever look back and smile about. Makes the tough stuff more bearable IMO

BTW, how can you throw around the term ugly like that?
Hey if you want to have fun on the side I have no problem with it...if you have an open relationship and no one is getting hurt and no one could get hurt if things are found out.

In this case we have a spouse and three children who got hurt. That, IMO, simply isn't right and it doesn't really show strong character.

Again I have no respect for adulterers..perhpas unrepetent adulterers would be better. And no most married people do not committ adultery. Last I checked it was about 20% of men and half that for women. And really even if it was is it any wonder the divorce rate is so high?

You don't have to agree with me that's perfectly fine.

Posted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 8:56 am
by MarkMM
tantalum wrote: In this case we have a spouse and three children who got hurt. That, IMO, simply isn't right and it doesn't really show strong character.
Yeah, I'd find the situation amusing if not for this...

Posted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 10:49 am
by Meerschaum
tantalum wrote: and half that for women.
Not the ones I meet . . . ;)

Okay, okay.

Sigh. :oops:

I'll stop now.

But, if any of you should ever run into a situation of less-than-marital bliss and need advice on "judgment proofing" your assets in a Marshall Islands, Vanuatu or Malaysian trust, well let's just say I've got a wealth of experience . . .

Posted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 2:03 pm
by trevor corey
Fair enough. It goes both ways. Collateral damage sucks.
Could it not be argued that not indulging in the opportuinities presented would be hurtful to above mentioned "adulterer".
I have a hard time accepting the 20% stats and especially the "half that" stat for women. Women have alot of power when it comes to sex, men are very easily manipulated.