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Who Is the Most Overrated Player on the LA Lakers?

There are 273 comments on the BleacherReport story from Feb 17, 2013, titled Who Is the Most Overrated Player on the LA Lakers?. In it, BleacherReport reports that:

There certainly was no shortage of hype surrounding the Los Angeles Lakers ' offseason this past summer.

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Sam

Waterloo, Canada

#167 Mar 28, 2013
*my name*

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#168 Mar 28, 2013
Sam wrote:
Yea Justin my Samuel De champlain. Look it up. Toronto is just full of Frenchies. You go on like French is so bad. Look at you the 2 headed monster. I think that is more of an issue squirt.
France, outside of their immigrant problem knows how to take care of their people and is one of the best places to live in the world. You can't touch the French Riviera. Ooh la la!

I know you live in Canada Sammy but Canada too has a super high quality of living and is also one of the best places to live. Some people need to just open a book once in a while.
Sam

Waterloo, Canada

#169 Mar 29, 2013
_Jusayin_ wrote:
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France, outside of their immigrant problem knows how to take care of their people and is one of the best places to live in the world. You can't touch the French Riviera. Ooh la la!
I know you live in Canada Sammy but Canada too has a super high quality of living and is also one of the best places to live. Some people need to just open a book once in a while.
Yes sir. I live in the Fourth largest city in North America Toronto. Justin is an idiot.Never visited here and knows nothing. His perception is everyone is French(one province predominately speaks it) and its always cold and we live in igloos. Mounties and moose everywhere. I never seen a moose and I see a mountie on Canada day at some parade. One point he should learn though. We are probably the most diverse city and country in the world. Toronto alone is a city of 132 languages. So French. To be honest is Miniscule. Lastly Iam an immigrant to this country and not from France, pretty close though. I could take a tunnel there.lol
So it goes to show you Justin's (what he thinks) insulting comebacks make him look dumber than he already is. I have chewed up to piece too many times that I now get a big laugh out of anything he says.
Sam

Waterloo, Canada

#170 Mar 29, 2013
*chewed him up*
Sam

Waterloo, Canada

#171 Mar 29, 2013
Secondly, he should note if he read books. We are also the second largest countey in the world.
Sam

Waterloo, Canada

#172 Mar 29, 2013
Country sorry

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#173 Mar 31, 2013
If u guys say kobes overated... Obv dont know basketball..
Sam

Waterloo, Canada

#174 Mar 31, 2013
Who said he was overated?

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#175 Mar 31, 2013
Kobe god.
sam

Waterloo, Canada

#176 Mar 31, 2013
Thechosenham wrote:
Kobe god.
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Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#177 Mar 31, 2013
^KB24
Sam

Waterloo, Canada

#178 Mar 31, 2013
Thechosenham wrote:
^KB24
?

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#179 Mar 31, 2013
Sam wrote:
<quoted text> Yes sir. I live in the Fourth largest city in North America Toronto. Justin is an idiot.Never visited here and knows nothing. His perception is everyone is French(one province predominately speaks it) and its always cold and we live in igloos. Mounties and moose everywhere. I never seen a moose and I see a mountie on Canada day at some parade. One point he should learn though. We are probably the most diverse city and country in the world. Toronto alone is a city of 132 languages. So French. To be honest is Miniscule. Lastly Iam an immigrant to this country and not from France, pretty close though. I could take a tunnel there.lol
So it goes to show you Justin's (what he thinks) insulting comebacks make him look dumber than he already is. I have chewed up to piece too many times that I now get a big laugh out of anything he says.
Hahaha! I know, I live in Oklahoma and people 10-15 years ago still thought we traveled by horse drawn carriages on dirt roads. Some probably still do.

Toronto is beautiful. My wife turned down a job there last year. We almost were neighbors Sammy.

Yea, Justin is the epitome of ignorance and I'm sure he'll take that as a compliment.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#180 Mar 31, 2013
Thechosenham wrote:
If u guys say kobes overated... Obv dont know basketball..
You tell'um!

Well go on!
sam

Waterloo, Canada

#181 Mar 31, 2013
_Jusayin_ wrote:
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Hahaha! I know, I live in Oklahoma and people 10-15 years ago still thought we traveled by horse drawn carriages on dirt roads. Some probably still do.
Toronto is beautiful. My wife turned down a job there last year. We almost were neighbors Sammy.
Yea, Justin is the epitome of ignorance and I'm sure he'll take that as a compliment.
Wow and she turned it down. You would love it here. Yea never visited Oklahoma. Been all over US. Planning trip to Dallas this summer for Dallas cup soccer tourney Yea I have heard silly stories but I am sure its a nice place. What business is wifey in?

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#182 Mar 31, 2013
sam wrote:
<quoted text> Wow and she turned it down. You would love it here. Yea never visited Oklahoma. Been all over US. Planning trip to Dallas this summer for Dallas cup soccer tourney Yea I have heard silly stories but I am sure its a nice place. What business is wifey in?
I believe the job was for a corporate accounting position with one of the major cruise liner companies based in Toronto. I'm not sure though. I'd ask but she's already sleeping. She's an accountant. We also turned it down due to my wife getting a similar position here just a few blocks from where we live for the same money plus we both grew up here etc. but we were excited and were actually studying up on the city and what to do.

Oklahoma is still very slow paced even in it's 2 biggest cities Tulsa and OKC. In Tulsa on Sundays there's almost no traffic because almost everyone is in church or worshiping somewhere and there's over 600k people in Tulsa. Needless to say we do most of our shopping on Sundays.

Dallas is ok. Dallas has nothing on Toronto as far as beauty is concerned IMO. Dallas to me is like a bigger and better Tulsa. I used to go to Dallas all the time to party when I was younger.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#184 Mar 31, 2013
The_Solution wrote:
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I work In the oil refineries here in northern Cali and my company is offering pretty good money to work in Canada for a year. I'm considering it strongly. Are you familiar with the Montreal area? Is there a lot to do in that area?
They have "massage parlors" everywhere bro.=P
Justin

Davenport, IA

#185 Mar 31, 2013
_Jusayin_ wrote:
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France, outside of their immigrant problem knows how to take care of their people and is one of the best places to live in the world. You can't touch the French Riviera. Ooh la la!
I know you live in Canada Sammy but Canada too has a super high quality of living and is also one of the best places to live. Some people need to just open a book once in a while.
What are you considering high quality?I wouldn't call freezing my ass off everyday a quality standard of living but I guess you are in the delusion that something outside your comfort of taste is high standard of living.I've been to Sweden,Germany,and from New York was raised in Baltimore.Stop fooling yourself most of these lies about Canada being a high standard of living is the BS to bring in tourists.America from every standard and quality is better than Canada.Canada standard of living is only great in the most populated areas but the further west you go and its nothing more than any average America city.Just enjoy what you have and be happy.Looking and searching for perfection only makes you see the manifestations of what isn't reality.The reality is that America as much as I hate how stupid we can be is the best country.I have nothing against France in general but you guys love shoving your cocks into each other throats and its beyond distasteful.Stop jumping to conclusions about my statements and reading between the lines than actually what I stated.
Justin

Davenport, IA

#186 Mar 31, 2013
_Jusayin_ wrote:
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Hahaha! I know, I live in Oklahoma and people 10-15 years ago still thought we traveled by horse drawn carriages on dirt roads. Some probably still do.
Toronto is beautiful. My wife turned down a job there last year. We almost were neighbors Sammy.
Yea, Justin is the epitome of ignorance and I'm sure he'll take that as a compliment.
Your twice as ignorant.I dare you right now to go to Atlanta and tell anyone there that its not cold in windy while you sit your stupid ass in the streets freezing your ass off.You are beyond ignorant and I will admit that I was inaccurate with my statements about New York earlier.You speak on generality it shows that your not rational.You only believe what the media shoved down your weak mind.
Justin

Davenport, IA

#187 Mar 31, 2013
_Jusayin_ wrote:
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France, outside of their immigrant problem knows how to take care of their people and is one of the best places to live in the world. You can't touch the French Riviera. Ooh la la!
I know you live in Canada Sammy but Canada too has a super high quality of living and is also one of the best places to live. Some people need to just open a book once in a while.
Your an idiot.They keep your alive only to rot away your rights through increasing government dependency and welfare. Just another failed liberal country who don't enforced immigration laws and don't have great enforcement on illegal immigration policies.So when you have a country as heavily populated by illegals like Canada it effects wages,salaries and employment to the actual citizens of Canada.Thats why I laugh at you Liberals.What is equality if it means making the actual registered citizens to pay higher taxes just to get rape by these terribly enforced policies which leads to wasteful spending which they do so often.Not my cup of tea I would say but than again.I'm just a retard who doesn't know anything but I would have to say you Canadians are beyond Americans when it comes to pacifism and media biase.A perfect country would most closely be Denmark or Sweden.

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