Frampton is in town in November to do a concert for the Saku Koivu foundation. I watched the Habs/Bruins last night, very enjoyable. *sigh*. The good ole days.
Cool news Moey. Watching the old school Habs was a blast.
I saw Frampton in concert once. He's fantastic.
While I was enjoying a nice Portuguese steak for my brother's birthday, the Bulldogs won their season opener in a shootout. Beating the BabyWings? Even better.Now they don't play until Friday....
007 fans will want to tune in to 60 Minutes on CBS tonight.http://tv.broadwayworld.com/article/VIDEO-Sneak-Peek-CBSs-60-MINUTES-Goes-Inside-the-James-Bond-Archives-20121013
Where are they now? Steve Shutt:Is there a particular game from your career with the Canadiens that stands out the most?Obviously there are a lot of them. The New Year’s Eve game against the Red Army in 1975 was special as well as the Game 7 against the Bruins with the infamous too-many men-call.http://ourhistory.canadiens.com/article/Where-Are-They-Now-Steve-Shutt
London's down. Everyone is injured on the Als. AC is basically throwing to no one. They're in deep poop.
Thank god they won that one. I don't want to hear Happy Herb talk more crap.
the M., I'm seeing 'Argo' this Tuesday.Way to go Als!
Enjoy moe. It's ironic, after the hostages were released, the US sicked Saddam Hussein on the Iranians and supplied the Iraqis with all the weapons they needed for 8 long years of war. Then almost 20 years later they (Americans) were hunting him (Saddam) down like a mad dog. Crazy place over there.