Aug 17, 2012

Stay young with Sexy Friday ~ Bonne Fête TFS™

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Eat some cake 4HFers.

34 comments:

  1. SF Free Pussy Riot Edition
    IF one pussy is in jail no pussy is free

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  2. Happy SF everyone.
    Happy birthday TFS!

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  3. Alvin! Loved the Chipmunks.

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  4. Moeman - SF is all over the place this week! Some old, some new, a bit of pussy, an emaciated looking TFS (you live on a farm boy - eat some meat!), some gin, some sun, fabulous cleavage, old time ruskie hookers...I mean seriously - how hard do you work on this blog to keep us all happy!!?? They keep talking about knighting all the Brits who won gold medals over here - I think they should send a gong your way - "Arise Sir Moeman" - mind you (like Conrad Black) you'd have to give up your Canadian citizenship first (and look where that ended for him!)...so maybe it's not worth it...whatever you decide - fuckin' "A+" for effort

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    1. I almost forgot to mention - An awesome "Evil St. Patrick" pic too!

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    2. Merci maXXXk.

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  5. Contract extension for Trevor Timmins.
    http://canadiens.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=639942&navid=DL|MTL|home

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    1. The most important contract extension.

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  6. Great Insult when trying to reach Broon fans.

    The old Forum,” Pierce writes. “So much pure history that it made Fenway look like a Wal Mart that opened last Thursday. The Rocket. The Pocket Rocket. The Gumper. The quote from In Flanders Fields — “From these failing hands” — on the locker-room wall. And M. Béliveau, aussi, the man who actually is everything people said Joe DiMaggio was.

    Read more: http://www.montrealgazette.com/sports/Charles+Hudon+gets+star+treatment+Canadiens+website/7106735/story.html#ixzz23q1hviJS

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  7. The following note is being sent to the 30,688 Members of the NHL Fans’ Association.


    Welcome to our 134 new Members from the United States, Canada, Slovakia, Malta and Australia.

    We are witnessing, again, two groups of greedy and ungrateful spoiled brats at war.

    Two parties are fighting over the money we, the fans, annually dump into their laps for the luxury of watching the highest level of hockey on the planet.

    The economic divide has been established between the NHL and the NHLPA in the latest round of collective bargaining. Both sides are content with maintaining a salary cap and revenue sharing system, however, the league is pushing the players to accept 43% of hockey related revenues (HRR), down significantly from the current 57% the players collectively earn each season. The players’ counter proposal calls for “delinking” the HRR from the salary cap. This alternative to the floating amount of income would see a fixed rate of growth for the players’ share over the next three seasons. In season one, the fixed increase towards the players’ financial share would increase by 2%; in year two increase by 4%; and, in year three increase by 6%. In year four, the players propose they hold an option to revert back to the full 57% against the floating or sliding increases/decreases in HRR.

    Both proposals (NHL and NHLPA) contain additional, less contentious proposed terms, but let’s focus on revenue sharing and some other new ideas.

    Both proposals are ridiculous. The league’s proposal goes too far, calling for a massive rollback in players’ salaries, equal to more than 24% of the players’ existing share of HRR. The players’ proposal is just as silly. It does not go far enough and is a temporary business solution that leaves owners with a cloudy financial future, and possibly nothing gained in year four and beyond.
    It’s no surprise that both parties’ are playing a typical bargaining game, but let’s remember this is only the pregame warm-up and a few lightweights are posturing at the red line. These are the early days in the negotiations. The third period is September 10-15 and overtime is beyond that point.

    For those of us sitting squarely on the fence, I believe a reasonable solution exists.

    Both parties should agree to roll back salaries, to a level that is acceptable in the professional sports sector. To be fair to both sides, the players’ share of HRR should gradually roll back to a 50-50 spilt with owners. Each year, beginning this season, the players’ share of HRR should be reduced by 1%. After six years, the 50-50 split would be achieved. The players would barely notice the financial pain and the owners would be assured of greater gains in a few short years.

    For the sake of all stakeholders in the game, especially the fans, the length of the new CBA should be 10 years.

    The idea floating around about allowing teams to trade cap space is a good idea. It allows those clubs close to challenging for the Cup to make a push and rewards frugal clubs, who are perennially under the cap limit, to restock in other ways. It also increases player movement, which has been steadily declining over the years.

    Penalties and fines for serious on-ice infractions should be determined by a third party group comprised of a player representative, a league representative and three elected fans (paid a per diem for their services). A league official (currently Brendan Shanahan) overseeing these duties does not foster a strong partnership between the league and players.

    The fans, who are the primary stakeholders in the game, need a voice in the direction of the NHL. Rule committees need fan representation. It is time for the league and players to recognize that intelligent, unbiased fans exist and can contribute nicely to the game. The battling parties need to do something significant for the fans during these negotiations.
    Let’s hope the greedy and ungrateful spoiled brats embattled before us come to their senses before overtime begins.

    Jim Boone

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    1. I wish Buttman would have taken Boone's advice then:

      http://www.thehockeynews.com/articles/29528-Jim-Boones-Blog-An-open-letter-to-Gary-Bettman.html

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  8. See Prust's fist day as a HAB
    http://canadiens.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=640003&navid=DL|MTL|home

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    1. Anonymous7:06 AM

      *fist* day will come when we play the broons. Does BP drop the gloves?

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    2. They say he should fit right in with Moen and White.
      http://video.canadiens.nhl.com/videocenter/console?catid=66&id=183408

      More here:
      http://www.hockeyfights.com/fights/106854

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  9. The Saint7:13 AM

    This website belongs to the cousin of a friend of mine: check it out. I think he started it during the last lockout. 4HF needs the "I suck" application for sure.

    I Suck

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    1. I think it's the first time I actually believed what he said.

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    2. best app on internet

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  10. Top 10 unlikely hockey moments of all time.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&v=zLMPbvHXsa4&NR=1

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  11. Canada has won its fifth straight championship at the under-18
    Nathan MacKinnon gets a hatty.

    http://www.tsn.ca/draftcentre/story/?id=403337

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  12. Clown caught with Steve Jobs' Ipad.

    http://www.sgvtribune.com/news/ci_21331943

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  13. love all the positve buzz around Hudon Go Purelane Habs Go

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    1. although I find 100% wool irritating

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    2. Initials, CH.
      Maybe it's an omen.

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    3. he compares very favourably to this guy okay but both are knocked for skating and both are about the same size

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    4. for nickname what about Rammer (he sheep hair but mighty)

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  14. Rangers and Del Zotto not even close on their contract. QUICK! Someone start talking shit about Del Zotto on how he's a hot head ego face who thinks he deserves Drew Doughty money/term or that the Flyers should send him an offer sheet!

    What? No? Ok.

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  15. Director Tony Scott jumps off a bridge - WTF!! His wife and kids are the ones we should all be thinking about - sorry but I have BIG issues with topping yourself when you have family - the ultimate act of selfishness (IMO) - shame whatever illness he had wasn't dealt with better.

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    1. The Saint7:45 AM

      I've had 2 family members commit suicide. The warning signs were there. Got them all the help we could. Saved my cousin from a couple of attempts. But short of locking them up, I don't think ther was more we could do. Eventually they succeeded. Sad days then. Sad day now for Scott and his family. Clearly Scott couldn't live with himself because:
      "(Director Joe) Carnahan recounted how when his movie "The Grey" was finished, Scott called him to tell him he had seen it. He told Carnahan it was great and not to allow anybody to change anything in it." Worse movie I've seen since "Ed".
      Humour. It's how I deal with this shit. Much of my family don't get it.

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    2. The Saint8:00 AM

      Oops, that was me saying Worse movie I've seen since "Ed", not Scott. Just in case that wasn't clear :-)

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    3. My deepest condolences to you, Saint.

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  16. The Saint7:58 AM

    On a lighter note, I'm on vacation. Fuck, yeah! Heading to the cottage tomorrow. Got a date with my deck and a few cases of beer, with the odd fling with the beach. Watching the sun set over the Atlantic and the night sky in the country - nothing like it. BBQ's with friends, horseshoes, and if I find the energy, some biking along the Atlantic coast. A bit of mowing and tree trimming (not the Christmas kind of trimming) here and there just to mix it up. 2 weeks. No internet. No TV. Just pure decompression time. I expect PK to be signed by the time I get back.

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