LOL's from cbc.ca
9. Politics and business aside, Hamilton is a state of mind.
Fascinating watching the folks in the Hammer argue over the site of a future new home for the Tiger-Cats and Pan American Games track and field (oops, make that soccer).
They sound just like a bickering couple.
City: We're building the stadium in the port area.
Cats: Then we're not going to be involved. We want our site on the highway, and if not, up on Hamilton Mountain*.
City: Too bad. We're going to build it in the port area anyway.
Cats: Fine, then we're leaving and going home to mother in Oshawa. See you.
City: Don't let the door hit you in the ass on the way out.
One week passes.
Cats: So, we're back. How about this new site over here?
City: Ummm. Sure. Why not?
Cats: Sorry about that. We weren't really leaving.
City: We know. We were being pig-headed too. Come and get a big hug. (Audience goes "Awwww" and applauds).
*Note for those in B.C.: Hamilton Mountain refers to a small southern Ontario ridge that in your province would be known as a "hill."
Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/sports/football/story/2010/09/10/spf-cfl-atthehalf-stories.html#ixzz0zH4SJS28