Feb 17, 2012

Always proud to support 6 Canadian teams. Plus Habs won, 2, big, potential, playoff, points! Pants!

Win that 4pm PST ' evening ' game Vancouver.
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No Habs on Saturday night, fuck it, have some 4HFun.
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Get some extra sleep.
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Thx pal Hal.
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Population Boom!
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No game to play?
Bake a cake!
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Warm up, dance a little.
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Stay in bed.
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Drink up.
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Head West.
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47 comments:

  1. moeman, Briliant as usual.

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    1. brilliant... seriously I can spell.

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  2. To welcome 'ti Boom Boom.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4m48GqaOz90

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  3. I don't like the Canucks but OK I'll cheer for them this time...

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  4. WHAT DO YOU MEAN YOU SUPPORT ALL 6 CANADIAN TEAMS! YOU CLOSET LEAF LOVER PIECE OF SH........oh yeah the Jets.

    Carry on.

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  5. Hal Gill will look very weird in that Nashville jersey...

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  6. Mr. natural6:26 AM

    Sorry gang, that thing I do that takes up most of my life, you know WORK has really been PHucking my shit up lately, but I'm hanging in.

    WTF is going on...is it Facebook, Microsoft, Harper, Toews, the Republicans, the Illuminati, aliens I mean WTF; Kaberle, Gomez, Campoli, a victory against the Sabres? In Buffalo? By shootout!!?

    I must be having the mutha of all acid flashbacks but it feels so real.

    I wonder if a clear mind, someone with razor sharp senses, a keen grasp of reality...I got it STEVE, can cut through the fog of the conspiracy hoisted upon us little people by the big powerful unseen forces at work here?

    Or is it just the acid thing...

    Go 'Nucks
    Go Caps

    GYFHG!

    PHuckin' Buttman what a PHucked up shit hockey schedule he dumped on us this year.

    That is all.

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  7. Man you go on a two-day meth binge and the Habs win a shootout and there's a Geoffrion on the team. And the Habs are playing on Fridays and Sundays instead of Saturday. I may still be on meth.

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  8. Great pics moe!

    No hockey tonight, crap.

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  9. Well, I'm feeling positive/drunk. My friend blew me.........off at the last minute to stay home with his gf for a belated valentine's on this Saturday night. This while my lady friend (NOTHING OFFICIAL!) is Down Under rediscovering the Great Barrier Reef till next week. But I don't feel bitter, because I'm joining these good friends in living life to the fullest by getting drunk alone on my sofa and watching RuPaul's Dragrace. And I couldn't be happier. Because Ru and Jack are the only friends I need!

    Back to being positive/drunk. I listened to someone or other after the game on the radio go on about the Habs' chances, and they talked about how they have 5 games against the Sens and the leaf in the next month or so. Add to that that so many teams are just not stepping up to the plate for the 7th and 8th places, a hot team can sneak in. Are the Habs that team? I have no idea. But thanks to parity the possibility exists.

    To the Habs, I have one thing to say: YOU BETTER WERQ!

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  10. Future watch!
    Darren Dietz scored 4 goals last night! He's got 14 now. More than any other Habs prospect defenceman. Funny thing is he's not really an offensive defenceman but he's been doing that more lately (he's a defensive D with face punching capabilities). I find he's like a young Hamrlik.

    Gallagher scored his 35th goal last night and is running away with the record. Vancouver Giants clinched a playoff spot last night too.

    Beaulieu has his 3rd straight 40 point season.

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  11. the Maritimer9:49 AM

    Anybody sneak a look at the Sea Dogs/Remparts game last night? Anyone?

    Beaulieu is going to be a good one indeed. Great skater.

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  12. Okay, this has been bothering me for a little while. If the Bruin's and leaf face-off in the first round, who do we root for? Or do we just not give a shit about either of them and know that neither will make the final. Yeah, that's it. *meltdown averted*

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    1. We've already seen how the mediots treat a broons a barely first round win. I doubt I could handle them if their leaf were to somehow prevail.

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    2. the Maritimer11:10 AM

      Ignore.

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    3. You have to default to Canada.

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    4. It's not the Olympics so country doesn't play a part, well not for me anyway. But if I'm teetering on the brink of madness after the B's won the cup, leafs winning a playoff round would surely be the final push.

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    1. Wow, Someone with the gonads to react. Personally, the whole thing scares me.

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  14. GO CANUCKS GO, SEDIN TWINS.

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  15. So no hockey o9n a Saturday - is this what April/May/June is going to feel like? I hope not!!

    Go Habs Go!! Go Habs Go!!! Go Habs go!!!!

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  16. Tomorrow Habs take on the Devils, remember the Pastor said he won't help the Devils.
    GO HABS GO!

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  17. Canadiens draw high honor from air traffic control

    Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2012/hockey/nhl/wires/02/17/2040.ap.hkn.canadiens.air.traffic.0166/index.html#ixzz1mmPp338d

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    1. Not Geoff Molson7:20 PM

      Newswire story - "Air Traffic Controllers Name Aviation Markers After Montreal Canadiens' Legends"
      http://www.aviationnews.us/articles.php?art_id=15599&start=1

      Includes the actual document with the flightpath info.

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    2. Very nice, previous had no mention of HABBS1.

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    3. Redfines Flying FrenCHmen.

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  18. The leaf down two zip already. Last game of the year a four point for the playffs

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    1. Yeah, it's a given that leafs fall, right to the ground.

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  19. Laurier gives Gordon Ramsey the boot.
    http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/Laurier+cuts+ties+with+star+chef/6159135/story.html

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  20. leaf give overrated goalie the boot.

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    1. Mr. natural8:36 PM

      which one?

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    2. Took them 5 goals to figure that one out.

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    3. Or did they pull him before the end of the period, I was flipping between Vancouver and Washington games.

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    4. Four, like in the Habs game, then a quick one one THE MONSTER!

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  21. Not Geoff Molson8:52 PM

    At least the Canucks have figured out how to make it to the Cup Finals in the last 41 years.

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  22. Mr. natural8:55 PM

    just checked, Reimer pulled after 4, Gustavsson let's in 1 on 5 shots.

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    1. Ok so they were not as dumb as I thought, but being leafs, well, you know.

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  23. C'mon Caps, play some hockey.

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  24. Now 6-1 leaf gonna run out of goalies at this rate.

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  25. mclame says Burrows says "he kids he hates the leaf". Fuck off, he said he truly hates the leaf, like millions and millions of Canadians.

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  26. Bolts and Islanders won so were tied for points. Gotta take out the Devils tomorrow.

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    1. and loser leaf LOST!

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    2. I know you know, but just wanted to say it again.

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  27. Third line today sounds like a law firm, Tits,Lego and Lebrow. Three guys working night court get a chance to see some daylight.

    GO Habs Go

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