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Re: “Gonna find out who’s noggy or nice: A blind tasting of seven egg nogs

First you need to cut out the candy cane, holiday, coconut and almond ones as they are not eggnog; anything "light" isn't worth it either. In fact, even without trying them, I say gross.

So it's down to Farmers so-thick-and-cloying or the Baxters.

I vote Baxters.

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Posted by Priapus on 12/07/2017 at 4:17 PM

Re: “Gonna find out who’s noggy or nice: A blind tasting of seven egg nogs

So, #5 = #1?

I know nobody asked, but I'd suggest dropping the numbers altogether (it is just the implied order of consumption) and put a jolly holiday hat or something that says winner on the Scotsburn Holiday Nog to indicate its supremacy.

Otherwise, some Saputo Inc. social media guru will be putting up We're #1 billboards all over town.

Also, imagine this missed opportunity: Farmer's Beep Nog

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Posted by Boost Ventilator on 12/07/2017 at 1:46 PM

Re: “Gonna find out who’s noggy or nice: A blind tasting of seven egg nogs

Better than the weed reviews at least.

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Posted by RedRocketV8 on 12/07/2017 at 8:51 AM

Re: “Why is it so hard for dog owners to rent in Halifax?

You couldn't have a Pit Bull in Toronto. They are banned. Otherwise, I agree, Landlords should allow dogs.

Posted by Donna McCarthy on 11/23/2017 at 2:24 AM

Re: “Halifax’s feral cat crisis

Didnt the City have this problem twenty years ago, and they did a big cat kill and then the rat problem got out of control and so then they to go around asking other cities for some feral cats to import?

Posted by Krista Welsh on 11/07/2017 at 10:29 PM

Re: “Halifax’s feral cat crisis

The onslaught of feral cats is a result of humans leaving their cats behind when they move. abandoned them because they're too much of a problem! Perhaps the municipality should impose a rule that all cats are chipped.that way they can be tracked back to the original owner and ultimately be responsible for the cats that end up outside. So if a cat is adopted from a rescue or the SPCA, then before they are adopted out they have to be chipped. at least that way a lot of the cats will be monitored. And I agree with the other person you start euthanize cats which is a cruel and uncaring thing to do in the first place. We will see more rats than we ever have. why don't they try to capture the cats and put them out in the Bedford area and other places where there are a multitude of rats around. maybe that would reduce the number of rodents! Why take it out of the poor defenseless cats when it's humans that have ultimately caused this problem anyway. I have a feral and she might not let me pet her but she gets along fantastic with my other cats and my dog, so although they cannot be affectionate at least she has a place that is warm and she's getting fed every day. What about barn cats I'm sure there are a lot of barns that can use some cats. I would say there are other Alternatives than euthanizing!

Posted by Deb Edgar on 11/05/2017 at 9:05 AM

Re: “Halifax’s feral cat crisis

I'm not so sure this article is giving much sympathy to the cats when it is careless ownership that creates this problem to begin with. I fail to see how a picture of a cat with a leather jacket and a knife helps dispell the myths about feral cats. They aren't remorseless killing machines; it's called survival after they've been abandoned. Feral cats make good pets and often will socialize well enough.

The TNR program is a start, but this population explosion has been around a long time and Halifax council has been BEGGED to give money to rescues to do such programs for years. Great! Now triple that budget, and give it to other rescues to help. Every. Year.

The cats just can't get a break. We see a roaming dog and everyone jumps to help. We see roaming cats and blame them for keeping us awake at night.

Feline disease like FIV and Feline Leukemia are not a risk to other animals or humans either, what these diseases DO effectively do is kill off said ferals in a horrible, long term suffering sort of way.

"Let them eat rats"

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Posted by MadgePatton on 11/02/2017 at 11:26 PM

Re: “Environmental Science at SMU: A chance to save the world

Good article, informat8ve & well written.

Posted by Robert R. Buchanan III on 11/02/2017 at 8:53 PM

Re: “Halifax’s feral cat crisis

There will always be feral cats. People in different communitues see barn cats or fishing areas you'll see wharf cats. They serve a purpose in many ways. The TNR program is a great way to control the population and the city rat problem too.

I think some areas maybe see more than others but you may find out by mass euthenizations you'll see worse nuisance problems arise, believe me! There are many dedicated people out there trying to do a good job asking with local vets to aid in the population control.

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Posted by Carolyn Trider DeBaie on 11/02/2017 at 1:54 PM

Re: “Masuma Khan is making history

Given you've denied comments on her most recent actions, I'll comment here. Dal is well within its rights to take action against her; it's not a racial issue.

I can help but wonder if your inflammatory article will only fuel the halted and fear of those who are Arabic (Muslim, Christian or otherwise).

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Posted by Priapus YHZ on 10/20/2017 at 10:40 AM

Re: “Tats start here

Almost everything in this article is incorrect.

Posted by Jamie James on 10/10/2017 at 5:41 PM

Re: “Five new-to-Nova-Scotia grape varieties

I have yet to be convinced that North America - let alone Nova Scotia - can make wine. I only drink European ones.

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Posted by Priapus on 09/28/2017 at 1:57 PM

Re: “Welcome to Harbourdale

So I was going to come and troll ... well actually you trolled, I was going to point out that the only 2 people I know that went to King's college was a woman that didn't have "traditional intelligence" and a rich kid who's dad sent him there after he was caught shop lifting. She went on to work for a gossip newspaper and he went on to direct porn. However, no point, this place is more dead than a cemetery. This is nice, like my own private website. I could keep a diary here and nobody would read it.

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Posted by Adrian Inness on 09/26/2017 at 10:06 AM

Re: “Local Lust: The plight of the bisexual

I am bi curious and planning a trip to Halifax with a male friend. I want to make this a weekend of exploring a safe discreet club where my male friend and I can attend. I want to meet and talk to other bisexual women and bi curious. Maybe cozy up and light petting. Potential hook up for me with or without male friend involved

Posted by Nik Reed on 09/21/2017 at 10:01 PM

Re: “Masuma Khan is making history

It's a discussion RedRocketV8. Human rights & respect for all, has a place left, right & centre.

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Posted by Aquene Morgan on 09/18/2017 at 12:49 AM

Re: “Laugh the fall away: A season of comedy events

Or non - local comedy, like displayed in this article.

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Posted by Connor Smith on 09/14/2017 at 1:40 PM

Re: “Four research projects in Halifax worth knowing about

What interesting and relevant projects, all four of them! I hope we can get an update at some point to see what advances have been made. Thanks for sharing these!

Posted by Susan Ungar on 09/09/2017 at 10:48 AM

Re: “Masuma Khan is making history

Just what we need, another left-wing SJW getting a platform.

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Posted by RedRocketV8 on 09/04/2017 at 9:56 AM

Re: “Here’s to the class of 420

What utter trash this is.

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Posted by RedRocketV8 on 09/03/2017 at 8:25 PM

Re: “Trips by Transit offers a free pass to outdoor adventure

I can't believe that you guys didn't include the Rte 55 in Dartmouth, which drops you off along several spots on the Shubie Canal, and Shubie Park. Dartmouth Crossing is a quick jaunt across the park away, to grab a movie or a meal after your adventure, then grab a 56 back down to the Bridge Terminal.

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Posted by Bill Clarke on 09/03/2017 at 9:35 AM

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