People from Saskatchewan can't count, and people from BC can't spell...lol..
Anyways... That was almost 10 years ago...talk about beating a dead horse. Even if the whole missed field goal and subsequent manure dump never occured, the chances of McCallum still being with the Riders is very remote when you consider the fact that only 4 members of the 2007 Grey Cup championship Riders remain with the team. The odds of anyone being left from the 2004 team is very remote.
Secondly, to call Paul McCallum an athelte really is pushing it....Paul can kick a ball well, but you ever see him try to tackle? It's great to sww him get the kudos.... but Comeon.. he is a kicker...
My final point, If he played for any other team then his hometown Lions, Does he win this award? The answer is no.
I spent most of my life there...Unfournately, I can earn 3 times as much money in Calgary or Saskatoon doing the exact same job... Gotta love how we gave all of our jobs away to Americans, Indians and Filipenos. A first year carpenter makes a higher hourly wage in Saskatoon then a Journeyman Carpenter makes in Vancouver... Go figure... Plus most jobs require that you speak Punjabi now in Vancouver.
I don't normally criticize people for their spelling on internet forums, but you have to admit, this one's pretty bad. You completely forgot one leter, and the ones you did write down aren't even in the correct odrer. If you had any credibility on these forums to begin with, it would have gone out the window with that typo.
Paul McCallum, "athlete"...that would be news to me before this past season lol.
But on a more serious note, I think some of you are taking the language police thing a bit too far. Most posts in this thread have mistakes. So what?
I hope you didn't take my post seriously. I didn't mean any of it really. I just like bugging FYB. I also left a letter out of "letter" and got the order of the letters in "order" wrong on purpose. Personally, I think policing grammar, spelling, punctuation, etc. on the internet (and almost anywhere outside of essays for school and publishing) is generally a waste of time, but if someone makes too many grammatical and spelling mistakes, I'm not going to bother reading what they write.