Rick Mercer on CWB

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Rick Mercer on CWB

Oct 30, 2011 | 12:41 1

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Oct 30, 2011 | 14:23 2 Rick mercer is a communist idiot, flaman. Just so you know. In case you missed the memo. Reply With Quote
Oct 30, 2011 | 14:25 3 How about this one?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=OI2yPkl9wzk Reply With Quote
Oct 30, 2011 | 14:40 4 Or this one:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=96PlpAg5D6c Reply With Quote
Oct 30, 2011 | 15:44 5 Sums up what the open market is all about, everyman or woman for themselves. Reply With Quote
Oct 30, 2011 | 16:07 6 Fortunately 3rd rate comedians aren't forming ag
policy anymore. Reply With Quote
Oct 30, 2011 | 16:23 7 YESSIIRRREEE....Socialism,the equal sharing of misery!!!!Unfortunately,not ALL of us wish to live the success` of Wilagro,Agstar,Stubblejumper et al.They only wish to drag us to their level.........Could that be JEALOUSY,FEAR or IGNORANCE???????? Reply With Quote
Oct 30, 2011 | 17:13 8 You single deskers truly are hilarious. Your horse is dead and on its way to the glue factory and you guys just cant quit beating it. It really is time to find a new socialist cause to apply your propaganda to because this one is done and over. Move on already. Perhaps Rick Mercer could give you some ideas. Reply With Quote
Oct 30, 2011 | 17:34 9 200 views, if one does not finish viewing does that still count as a view?? Cannot immagine anyone finishing to listenning to so much crap
at one listenning. Reply With Quote
Oct 30, 2011 | 17:53 10 Well that was good for a ....yawn! Reply With Quote
Oct 30, 2011 | 18:07 11 IF you guys are spending way to much of our money on this crap filling Rick's head with such crap. Reply With Quote
Oct 30, 2011 | 19:15 12 Why did you have to post twice, then Hopper?

Why are you still talking on here if it's a done deal? Reply With Quote
Oct 30, 2011 | 19:22 13 Its not a done deal untill its done you dink. Reply With Quote
gustgd's Avatar Oct 30, 2011 | 21:57 14 I like RMR.

He probably has a pretty good read what the average Easterner thinks.

I guess because most of them wouldn't have to deal with an oppressive monopoly they would equate bigger as better, not equating poor performance with big govt Reply With Quote
Oct 30, 2011 | 22:34 15 More likely the east does not want competition from the west. How much wheat did CWB sell in eastern canada last few years? Reply With Quote
Oct 31, 2011 | 08:35 16 You PINKO COMMY LEFTIES F__KS aren't getting yet. Maybe some day. If you look at it in this term. If I'm going to be a Whore(personal freedom of choice of course) isn't better to have lots of hands on my nuts than just one. You PINKO COMMY LEFTIES F--KS play both sides, which is probably the way(not for me)to do it, you are the perfect whore, but any whore that has a pimp I don't think lives that good. Get it yet? Reply With Quote
Oct 31, 2011 | 11:54 17 johnsmith: Take a tranquilizer and call us back after it kicks in. By that time you 'might' make sense. Reply With Quote
Oct 31, 2011 | 13:08 18 I found the reference to Wal Mart interesting. Sell into a very competitive market based on the philosophy of high volumes/low margins and therefore, low cost to the consumer. The way they do it is to beat costs out of the supply chain starting with the manufacturers of product. Perhaps the CWB is similar to WalMart in this way. Reply With Quote
Nov 1, 2011 | 05:56 19 Walmart and Comedian farmers. Every
time that we travel to the big city and
back. Our vehicles are fulla Walmart
and Costco stuff. Dealing locally isn't
viable any more. Ripped off locally is
the phrase that applies generally. Rip
me once, never agin, I'm goin elsewhere.
Yearly price increases by local yokel
businesses don't cut it any more! Money
talkes and BS walks. Long live the
cwb.... Reply With Quote
Nov 1, 2011 | 08:33 20 That is a really telling post. Showing your true colors. Reply With Quote
Nov 1, 2011 | 09:34 21 I look forward to day you can explain to me why there is a $2/bu discount on a durum fixed price contract. Or why there durum growers are asked to deliver for 50 % of their expected total payments with no adjustments payments in the near future that I can see. Reply With Quote
blackpowder's Avatar Nov 1, 2011 | 09:46 22 Year long price pooling, and equally paced selling timeframes.
These things need a monopoly to survive, but the monopoly did not need them.
They were pillars of the religion.
Never questioned, so no one ever had an answer! Reply With Quote
Nov 1, 2011 | 16:42 23 Read Mercers lips before the best blow job ever.


Grow the fucking durum for your country Reply With Quote
Nov 2, 2011 | 12:36 24 agstar - answer charlies question.... Reply With Quote
Nov 2, 2011 | 13:09 25 Didn't include the US price. From North Dakota Wheat Commission (a little out of date - October 21).

Durum cash prices in North Dakota remain in the $12.00 range, prices have changed very little in the last two months. At 52 million bushels, U.S. durum production will be less than half of what it was a year ago and the lowest since 1988. Ending stocks in May of 2012, however, are expected to decline only 20 percent to 28 million bushels. Higher than average prices and tight supplies are expected to reduce both domestic and export use. Domestic use is expected to fall from 98 to 85 million bushels as pasta manufacturers substitute in other classes of wheat. Exports are projected to be half of what they were a year ago at 20 million bushels and the current export pace confirms that prediction. Producers aren't selling and buyers aren't buying so prices may not see much movement for a few months until buying picks up again. Even with better Canadian production, world durum ending stocks will continue to decline. Reply With Quote