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04-23-2008, 10:55 PM
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I'm not sure you people realize that many jobs will be lost at TQS ... ok it's not the first time in history somebody loses their job ... but still, it's nothing to laugh at IMO

and if you don't like the show, don't watch it. I'm not sure they have much of an impact on Bob Gainey's decisions.

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Right.
But I see your from St-Augustin, and I'm from Ste-Foy, so here it's much more dramatic...

I will say that TQS brought a lot of talent to the Quebec TV industry, and an amzing concept in 110%. I know some of you are tired of the Pagé, Bergeron and PJ Stock, but it entertains, and they love the Habs so..

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I probably missed something obvious but why is it called 110%.
110% of those clowns have an IQ under 80

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I probably missed something obvious but why is it called 110%.
In case this is a legitimate question, Donner son 110% is a common french expression in the domain of sports, which means giving it all you've got - even when you think you've got nothing left.

My minor league hockey coaches used it all the time.

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I probably missed something obvious but why is it called 110%.
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In case this is a legitimate question, Donner son 110% is a common french expression in the domain of sports, which means giving it all you've got - even when you think you've got nothing left.

My minor league hockey coaches used it all the time.

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Meh, just don't watch it, it's what I do since the Habs left TQS...

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