Great SF moeman, well worth the wait!
Merci juce. All in 4HFun.
Even with a clearance sale, stores will be stuck with surplus inventory.
Yes but people need to wipe their asses.
I can't stop laughing!
Check it out!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7KTnLVzI2q4
A very sexy Friday.The remake of Total Recall can never replace Sharon Stone. And the last girl wo wo wo, 2 min for boarding.
Speaking of classic SF that's Sci Fi not SF. I watched Prometheus last night. Aside from Charlize Theron being totally wasted and hardly naked it was great.
DNS Changer malware may take over on Monday if you are infected.http://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/prg/em/ccirc/2011/in11-002-eng.aspxYou can check if you are infected here:http://dns-ok.ca/
Consider the source is Fuck Daddy but a dispersal of the Yotes makes way more sense than a move. In that case we get their third best player or in reality the second best skater. Wow. Do it Buttman. The only reason he wont do it is too many Canadian teams would get the best players.
Bravo - well worth the wait! Merci moeman!
maXXX to the K, happy endings are always worth the wait.
outstanding work moe. Happy SF everyone!If I ever woke up next to Olivia Wilde I could die 5 minutes later and be happy. and she's wearing a numbered jersey, and I have a real thing for CHicks in sports jerseys (as several of my former gf's can attest)and Sharon Stone's tits look pretty incredible for someone in their what, late 50's or something?
Thx Bro.The beauty of the gal pal (guy pal) in the jersey only is the 'jersey only'.
Friday. Yessss. ☀
I have nothing to say, I woke up and it may be a brain wipe, but I am shooting blanks all over the place, thank god I have a stainless steel kitchen.I think in general terms overall we are pretty well fucked.
Steve, you wake up in the kitchen?
Two more years of playing with LEGOs;http://canadiens.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=637426&navid=DL|MTL|home"MONTREAL – Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced Friday the signing of forward Lars Eller to a two-year contract (2012-13 and 2013-14). As per club policy, financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.Eller, 23, completed his third season in the NHL in 2011-12, his second with the Canadiens. The centre set personal marks in games played (79), goals (16), assists (12) and points (28). Two of his goals were scored on the powerplay and two others on the penalty kill. Eller tallied two winning goals and registered 129 shots on goal. He served 66 penalty minutes, while averaging 15:18 seconds of ice time per game.Since 2009-10, Eller has registered 47 points (25 goals, 22 assists) in 163 NHL regular-season games. The 6’2’’, 201 lbs forward has recorded 118 penalty minutes. Eller has scored three of his goals on the powerplay. He has accumulated two assists in seven career NHL playoff contests.A native of Rodovre, Denmark, Eller was acquired, along with Ian Schultz, from St. Louis on June 17, 2010, in return for Jaroslav Halak."
Great news. I don't really want the CH to tank, nor do I think they will. Sure we be nice to have Scott Gonemez though.
I'm thinking he and Prust will have a wonderful time on the penalty kill scoring shorthanded goals...
@The Saint, that is music to my ears!Go Habs Go!
Hopefully Therrien (mutter grumble) will invest more into Lego than fucking Chokula ever did. Give him the ball and let him run with it.
Yeah, Lego seems to have all the tools to do some real damage. Hope this is his breakout year.
He's got the size. He's got the skills and is a good skater. What more do you want? I've always felt he could be the #1 center if they would let him. Sorry DD, but I'd give Lego Max and Eric and let them roll. As a matter of fact I bet DD between Moen and RBQ would actually help them.
Every time he accidentally found himself on the ice (which was like 3 times all year) with Patches and Cole, they scored goals. FREE ELLER!
You should read The Gazette, warning scary pic of Marois;http://www.montrealgazette.com/entertainment/owns+images+posted+online/6894732/story.html
@29 your becoming ubiquitous.
Loved the article but thought the picture was just too graphic.
Moving day today. Daughter is settling in Montreal. It better not fucking rain.
Wishing you a smooth move. I'm hoping it doesn't rain either, my daughter's doing a car wash to raise money for The Weekend To End Women's Cancers.If anyone's in the area of Decarie & Sherbrooke.....
happy move Moeman, been there done that, feel sorry for you.
Kudos to Hesjedal who unfortunately had to leave the Tour de France after being injured during a pile up.
Check out the top 15 - Habs fans.These are all great, I'm sure we can all appreciate #3.http://canadiens.nhl.com/club/page.htm?id=81455
Remember the Kessel tracker on hnic?How about RDS does a PFK tracker. Track his trash talking per shift.....
Great idea, think MT2 would go for it? He's got connections over there.
PleXXE!Shorty, with laffs having a 2 man advantage!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Yup, I'm watching the last game of the season, found it on my trusty PVR!Habaddict, needed a fix.
Go habs go! Go habs go!
Yeah baby!!I'v got a good feeling about this one ~~ deja vu?Ooh la la, my Staubitz.
Gonna try and see what #9 does for the laffs.
Cole!!! 35th!Go Habs Go!!
He almost got a 2nd on there.Sadly, it was his first and his last. ):4-1 leaf suck.
Ah, in the words of the great moeman:'happy endings are always worth the wait'
WIMBLEDON, England -- Eugenie Bouchard made history Saturday by becoming Canada's first Grand Slam singles winner when she beat the Ukraine's Elina Svitolina 6-2, 6-2 in the junior girls' final at Wimbledon.The 18-year-old from Westmount, Que., ranked 309 on the WTA list, will have the chance to earn another Canadian record when she and American partner Taylor Townsend play for the junior doubles title against Switzerland's Belinda Bencic and Croatia's Ana Konjuh.
CANADIAN PELIWO WINS WIMBLEDON BOYS' TITLE OVER SAVILLEGo Canada!
Campatability test with GCHuk.COMPATIBILITY RESULTS :45.45%While still not that compatible, there are still a few elements you can build on
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I did not properly prepare for True Blood, but here you can get ready for Breaking Bad, blue meth miniseries on HBO.
RIP Ernie a great Canadianhttp://www.niagarafallsreview.ca/2012/07/08/oscar-winning-actor-ernest-borgnine-dead-at-95-in-la
not Canadian EH
RIP Ernest.I remember McHale`s Navy, always love Enrie.
Big loss for us.According to Montreal Gazette reporter Dave Stubbs, Robinson will be unveiled as an associate coach with the San Jose Sharks on Monday.
http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=400202Gotta say I agree with a lot of the comments on this one.Seems consensus is Habs mainly want to hire francophones.I think this mentality may limit some of the talent being passed up.I see no reason MT2 did not even speak with Big Bird.What a shame.
When they hired JJD, all I heard was praise because of what he did with the young Rangers D when they were in the AHL. Now it's the shoulda hired Larry train? C'mon...
They didn't hire big bird because mt2 didn't want a better coach behind the bench with him. He has an agreemewnt with dgmb.
I know KmaXXX is joking, but I really think this is true. I don't think there was an agreement per se, but MT2 would always be looking over his shoulder if Big Bird was there, as a perfect coach-in-waiting (Habs legend, good coach, speaks French). DGMB wouldn't do that to him
Successful organisations always have a "succession plan" for key roles. When they don't, you get the 3 Randys running the show...so my question here - and I don't mean to shit on the parade route before it's even planned - and I have stated somewhere in these pages that I'm fully supporting MT2...until such a time...anyway - my question again - what is the "succession plan" that DGMB has for Les Glorieux? None of the assistants are NHL ready I don't think...