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mistercorporate last won the day on July 29 2015

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  1. blah, blah, blah yes, we know, the US has never lost a bid can't wait for the 2028 bid cycle!
  2. Oh, I think it's already begun in another thread
  3. 2026 is Henderson's stupidity, the man can't be taken seriously. 2026 World Cup is another thing altogether, but for the purposes of this discussion the focus should now be on 2028.
  4. Finally! Some long-term strategic %&$i$#* thinking and planning!
  5. Toronto NOT bidding for 2024: http://www.thestar.com/news/city_hall/2015/09/14/torontos-olympic-bid-decision-waits-until-the-last-minute.html Guess we'll come back here in the run up to 2028! Allez Paris 2024!
  6. To be fair Dave, you did say that there would be an announcement today and it would relate to the bid. The fact that the Premier is involved and it's still not a 'no' is still progress. Good to see they're actively working to get the business case developed.
  7. Yeah, it's either Toronto or bust from now on. No other never-hosted city in Canada is important enough to undermine Toronto's future chances at securing a Games. If they try to pull another Vancouver the COC will get skinned alive.
  8. They may just prepare a bid for 2024 to get the kinks of the plan ironed out and to get IOC feedback, then go all out for a full-on 2028 bid now that South Africa is backing out of that race.
  9. There were tons of benefits from the bid before the Pan Am Games even started. MisterSG1 is just a troll with his own agenda or mental illness (pick your poison). The fact he doesn't know the entire bid cost will be covered by private sponsors shows how out to lunch he is, it's not even worth rebuddling all his stupid statements point by point, waste of energy.
  10. *facepalm* I'm losing faith in internet people.... Please shoot me...now.
  11. That protest website has hardly any traffic. I used web analytic tools to figure it out, it's clear the people running it are amateurs, probably managed by someone who posts on this website (david hind-smith, the tech guy who runs it is probably MisterSG1, the resident anti-Toronto olympic troll) as I haven't even heard about these guys in the local media. lol
  12. I personally don't think LA would be much competition, Paris meanwhile is. Unless Paris has an epic meltdown, neither LA or Toronto will get it, but if it becomes a North American race, Toronto will come out on top. LA will probably go on the first round.
  13. LRT corridors already reserved in Portlands though funding isn't approved for all the EA's and construction yet as there are other higher priority projects. An Olympic deadline would bump this up, way up on the priority list. I'm just glad people have had the foresight to keep the corridors open and the land reserved for a future Olympics/Expo.
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