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    I passed yesterday by the Ritz-Carlton on my way home, I live in the same Sherbrooke street few km from there. There was a lot of people waiting in the entrance, mostly kids.

    It would be nice to have my #4 jersey signed by Ramos, too bad I have no any time whatsoever.

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    Yeah saw their buses 2 day passing by ago during my lunch break in Old Port

    Also saw them in 2016 outside of Ritz Carlton , I was able to take a close photo of Zidane

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    RIP Zidane's bro.

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    gy team training in the giest city tbh
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    gy team training in the giest city tbh
    The country's capital and largest city, Buenos Aires, has become an important recipient of LGBT tourism since the early 2000s,[8] and has been described as "Latin America's gay capital".[9][10]

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    The country's capital and largest city, Buenos Aires, has become an important recipient of LGBT tourism since the early 2000s,[8] and has been described as "Latin America's gay capital".[9][10]

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    Making fun of gays is still a thing? Texas is stuck in the 90s, it seems.

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    The country's capital and largest city, Buenos Aires, has become an important recipient of LGBT tourism since the early 2000s,[8] and has been described as "Latin America's gay capital".[9][10]

    World > Latin America

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    Yup he had to fly back to France

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    World > Latin America
    #TrannyPussyMatters

    Not only was Argentina the first Latin American nation to legalize marriage equality, but it has also enacted some of the most progressive transgender rights laws in the world. Most notable is a 2012 ruling that allows transgender folks to change their gender on government documents without first having to receive psychiatric counseling or transition surgery. Argentina also requires that public and private medical facilities provide free hormone therapy and gender reassignment surgery.

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    #TrannyPussyMatters

    Not only was Argentina the first Latin American nation to legalize marriage equality, but it has also enacted some of the most progressive transgender rights laws in the world. Most notable is a 2012 ruling that allows transgender folks to change their gender on government documents without first having to receive psychiatric counseling or transition surgery. Argentina also requires that public and private medical facilities provide free hormone therapy and gender reassignment surgery.
    Already bought your ticket?

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    I passed yesterday by the Ritz-Carlton on my way home, I live in the same Sherbrooke street few km from there. There was a lot of people waiting in the entrance, mostly kids.

    It would be nice to have my #4 jersey signed by Ramos, too bad I have no any time whatsoever.
    Btw they’ll hold open practice on Wednesday

    I used to live on Sherbrooke St West too, just moved closer to the financial district

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    Btw they’ll hold open practice on Wednesday

    I used to live on Sherbrooke St West too, just moved closer to the financial district
    I moved from the Rive Sud a year and half ago, but it's really Plateau, Sherbrooke Est by Iberville. Maybe a 15 minutes walk to the Ritz. I thought about the downtown, but prices were quite frankly outrageous and parking a nightmare.

    Wish I had time to go there who knows when there will be another opportunity.

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    I moved from the Rive Sud a year and half ago, but it's really Plateau, Sherbrooke Est by Iberville. Maybe a 15 minutes walk to the Ritz. I thought about the downtown, but prices were quite frankly outrageous and parking a nightmare.

    Wish I had time to go there who knows when there will be another opportunity.
    Yesh it can be quite expensive

    I used to live in a shitty building on Sherbrooke (colisee)

    I’m paying a bit more now but it’s so much better
    (Even some Alouettes players live here, and we have free training sessions from their trainer every now and then)

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    Yesh it can be quite expensive

    I used to live in a shitty building on Sherbrooke (colisee)

    I’m paying a bit more now but it’s so much better
    (Even some Alouettes players live here, and we have free training sessions from their trainer every now and then)
    Oh yeah, sometimes you have to deal with people randomly screaming out of the blue and doing a LOT of other wierd stuff, but hey it's like that. And now that I think, unfortunately I have the feeling nowhere in Canada is better in that aspect.

    But at least, yes, downtown buildings are kinda better and certainly cleaner.

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    Oh yeah, sometimes you have to deal with people randomly screaming out of the blue and doing a LOT of other wierd stuff, but hey it's like that. And now that I think, unfortunately I have the feeling nowhere in Canada is better in that aspect.

    But at least, yes, downtown buildings are kinda better and certainly cleaner.
    Well where I used to live was downtown too.
    I had to deal with shitty Jazz fest/franco noise too

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    Already bought your ticket?
    Straight folks aren't welcomed in your country so no.

    Btw, Missy still has a chance to win a silverware w/ the NT if he just came out of the closet:

    Argentina gritó campeón en el Mundial de Fútbol Gay

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