Nov 5, 2012

Keep CalMonday


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Breathe deep 4HFers.

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    1. Galchy can play all forward positions. He does everything!

      Personally I saw him starting on the wing with Pleky... He's like Erik Cole, but can switch around when needed.

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  3. Chester10:59 AM

    I want hockey.
    The NFL is just not a suitable replacement.

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  4. I hate this.
    This is what the Government has done - turning its people against each other.
    Leave us all the hell alone and we'll get along just fine!

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/story/2012/11/04/mtl-language-rights-group-protest-clash.html

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    1. I've encountered those fuckhead Jeunes Patriotes myself. Basically they're missing their white robes and pointy hats if y'know what I mean. And when the PQ is in power, they grow a little taller and louder.

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    2. And that's what the hell scares me - I was very young during the October Crisis.

      My father worked the overnight shift (we lost our mother a few year earlier) and I was terrified that he would be arrested on his way to work or home due to the curfew imposed my Martial Law (I still think P.E.T. did the right thing) and we would never see him again.

      PQ in power or not, a few (race/language) radicals is all it takes to create upheaval/fear/anarchy in any society, however, what Marois has done during her campaign and some of her MP's recently, have just 'stoked the French vs anything not French fire'

      At such a young age, I couldn't understand then that all the fear and terrorism imposed was simply due to what language one speaks - French or English.

      I learned still can't understand.

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  5. Bulldogs' math competiton.

    http://video.canadiens.nhl.com/videocenter/console?catid=66&id=189181&cmpid=embed-share-video

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  6. After 8 games BBJ leads the dogs with 6pts

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  7. I haven't watCHed an episode in well over two years but TFS™ is on anti-CH tonight.

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    1. Thanks, I just set the PVR - going out to grab a bite.

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    2. Patrick Roy on the panel. Coincidence?

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    3. Thursday they'll have Gorgeous Gorges and Darche.

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    4. Frida, Raymond Bachand? I guess he can point out what's wrong with the NHL's finances and losing franchises.

      FYB.

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  8. Montreal needs a (new) Mayor.

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    1. Toaster for Mayor! Then he can barked at that witch Louise Harel.

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    2. My non-hockey friend's dog 'Lola' had 3 puppies Saturday thru Sunday. (yes, moeman, I said puppies)

      Sadly one just passed away. I suspect it was the first one which was breach, but what do I know, damn it, 4HFers, I'm not a veterinarian, just moeman's blog fan.

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    3. By the way, I think Harel's English is improving. She may yet qualify to be receptionist at City Hall.

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  9. On another subject:

    On my way home from dinner tonight, I decided to pick up some Tim Horton's for Tassimo. (they ran out of Latte's)

    Pretty good.

    I never understood the rave about Timmy's over the years compared to others.
    As for Tassimo choices, so far I haven't liked the other 'regular' coffees that I've tried and now found Timmy's the best. (just had 2 already).

    I've already got a favorite for my daughter's Keurig though. (Folgers Black Silk.)

    Waiting for Tetley!!

    Cheers

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  10. Wake up, the sun is shining!

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  11. Apparently there was an earthquake last night. I woke up thinking a heavy truck went by.

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  12. the Maritimer10:30 AM

    Got up this morning and made Mrs. Maritimer (who still works) and No. 2 son smoothies for breakfast then turkey sandwiches for their lunch. Drove No. 2 to school, stopped at the Superstore for a few things. Stopped at the Little River Reservoir and walked the 2 mile trail around the lake which has some nice bridges over some streams and a small dam at the end you can traverse and admired some ducks swimming around who haven't left town as yet.

    Great to be alive in southern New Brunswick. Oh, now having a nice Van Houtte coffee and reading this blog's comments.

    Should be interesting in the U.S. of A. tonight. Obama looks and sounds exhausted lately. I hope he pulls ou a W tonight. Romney sounds like a kook.

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    2. Sounds beautiful, Maritimer. I'm jealous.

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  13. Today's "academic" event for Bulldogs is Physics.

    They post one each day.
    http://canadiens.nhl.com/index.html

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  14. Chester1:06 PM

    Mitt was in Stanford in the mid sixties.
    How could you be there then and be like him now ???
    It's obvious he is a second gen robot.

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  15. Tweeted on TSN:

    "Montreal has all those Stanley Cups and now the Mayor resigns--is there no limit to Toronto's envy?"

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  16. Gonna be hockey FHF's games start in Dec.

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    1. the Maritimer3:25 PM

      Agree.

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  17. Romney HQ is in beantown - that settles it, Obama's gonna win.

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  18. Tears in beantown.

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