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(09:21 PM) Green Bastard  -  Glad to hear you're doing good and you had no issues. It just started a couple of days ago when trying to shout, post or pm.
(09:12 PM) Apo  -  good mornini never had any issues regarding the problem. if there is then maybe i change my system and is not registered that i'm the head user of it. which was last week.
(09:06 PM) Green Bastard  -  Good to know. lol As Bronx stated someone was trying to hack the SQL and it was the reason we were having issues. Should be fine now.
(27/01/2015 - 02:18 PM) Vision  -  hey shout box is working again
(27/01/2015 - 02:17 PM) Vision  -  ok i think
(27/01/2015 - 01:05 PM) Green Bastard  -  How's the site running now folks?
(27/01/2015 - 08:58 AM) Green Bastard  -  Thanks bud. Seems to be fine. If anyone is having an issue please post it on the forum. party-drinkers1.gif
(27/01/2015 - 08:05 AM) Bronx  -  I think all is OK now
(27/01/2015 - 08:05 AM) Bronx  -  someone has been attempting to hack SQL database
(27/01/2015 - 07:53 AM) Bronx  -  test shout
(26/01/2015 - 10:42 PM) Green Bastard  -  Finally got to post....
(26/01/2015 - 10:41 PM) Green Bastard  -  Having shout box issues as well
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(26/01/2015 - 10:40 PM) Green Bastard  -  Got that while trying to post
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(26/01/2015 - 10:19 PM) Green Bastard  -  Bronx sent a pm and I responded and didn't seem to have an issue.
(26/01/2015 - 10:16 PM) Green Bastard  -  Are you using a proxy or an unblocker?
(26/01/2015 - 07:06 PM) Vision  -  Authorization mismatch - please go back and try again. If you have been trying to access a function incorrectly, please use the proper method.
(26/01/2015 - 04:25 PM) Green Bastard  -  Clear your cookies and Bronx is looking under the hood. Any pm's will be deleted and thanks to Bronx for keeping things chugging along....
(26/01/2015 - 11:19 AM) Green Bastard  -  Good day all.
(25/01/2015 - 08:59 PM) Green Bastard  -  I hear you I'll talk to Bronx I've got a couple myself. Thought it might be just me.
(25/01/2015 - 05:49 PM) Vision  -  dont know why im having so many issues sending PM's...ugg
(25/01/2015 - 05:45 PM) Vision  -  too bad i work the weekends...long days at that.


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> 150 Injured In Vancouver Riots
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THE CANADIAN PRESS

VANCOUVER -- As hospitals tended to almost 150 injured in Vancouver's hockey riots, dawn broke with dozens of volunteers patrolling the city's entertainment strip, picking up debris and garbage.

Al Cyrenne carried his broom downtown as he made his way downtown on the Canada Line.

"I'm all choked up," he said, as he surveyed broken windows and debris on a downtown street.

"I can't believe the scene. Just talking about it bring me to tears. I can't believe the people of Vancouver would do this. It's just a few idiots."

While police said it was mostly young thugs responsible for the mayhem overnight, an equally young crew turned up in jeans and rubber gloves, some with Canucks jerseys, all carrying plastic garbage bags.

Dozens of remorseful and dismayed commuters crowded around the smashed and plywood covered display windows at the flagship Bay store, a historical building that was the first focus of rampaging looters Wednesday night.

Someone had tacked a rough, hand-painted sign that read: "On behalf of my team and my city, I am sorry." People waited in line to sign it.

Mayor Gregor Robertson said there has been an outpouring of support from citizens.

"People coming downtown to try and help cleanup, trying to get our city back," he said as he toured the damage.

"What we saw last night was atrocious behavior."

But others appeared to glorify in what they did.

"Tonight the social peace was exploded," wrote D on the Vancouver Media Co-Op webpage in a posting triumphant about the mayhem.

"Single acts of defiance become the more heroic as one window gave way to another."

D went on to describe the trashing of downtown stores, mayhem that began with The Bay, where windows were smashed and high-end purses and cosmetics were looted by rioters who poured into the store.

Across the street at London Drugs, the windows were also smashed.

Wynn Powell, the president and CEO of London Drugs, estimated the damage there at $1 million alone.

Powell, sounding angry, said in an interview the looting wasn't the random consequence of a mob mentality

"The rioters attacked us for two hours before they got into the store. They were down attacking the stores of Vancouver to try to steal product."

He said high-end cosmetics in particular were targeted.

Hospital officials reported two stabbing victims had been admitted and an unidentified man is in critical condition with head injuries.

It's believed that person may have fallen 12 meters after trying to jump from the concourse of Rogers Arena to the sidewalk of a nearby elevated roadway after Thursday night's game.

Vancouver Coastal Health said most of the rioting victims were treated at St. Paul's Hospital in downtown Vancouver, while about 40, including the stabbing cases and the head injury patient, are being treated at Vancouver General Hospital.

Vancouver Police Chief Jim Chu called a news conference for later Thursday morning to discuss rioting and looting that also left cars burned over a roughly ten block radius of the city's main shopping district.
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