May 20, 2016

Bloomin' Sexy Friday

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Thought I'd give da SFUckers a shout out
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71 comments:

  1. Great SF Moeman - I watched that Jennifer Lawrence flip - actually it was aimed at The Donald and broadcast on the BBC last Friday night - a pretty decent talk show called Graham Norton. Are they still playing hockey? I don't care actually - my daughter turns 18 today - "an adult" she tells me...I suddenly feel a lot older is all I know. But I do know that I love her and am very proud of her. She's a dancer of the highest degree and one day I shall be telling you guys and gals all about the shows in the West End that she's been in...so there is my self serving blurb for the week.

    Nice ones all 'round!

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    1. Bonne Fête daughter of K3X.

      Love the Graham Norton show. He has a way of just making celebs be normal people.

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    2. I didn't know you could get it in Canada - but yeah - he puts them all at ease - I often think that the US celebrity guests often don't know what to do with themselves on his show - if they have never been on it, they always look slightly stunned at the fact that they can actually be normal - say words like "shit, fuck, etc.. and they all drink openly on the show - wine, beer, gin, and it is not uncommon for guests to come somewhat unglued after a couple drinks - great tele!! J-Law is a frequent visitor and knew she could go as far as she did. When it was broadcast here it was not emitted in any way.

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    3. One of the many things I do love about living in the UK. drinking is not seen as a bad thing...until you find yourself in a the middle of a riot...up until then, it's all part of life.

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    4. Welcome to adulthood, K3X's daughter. Feeling old now? Ha, my youngest turns 30 in a few months, now that makes me feel old.

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    5. Daughter 24, son 23.

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  2. the Maritimer12:08 PM

    Great SF!!

    Love Sir Winston's prescription...

    Have a great long weekend everyone!

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    1. I gave Winston's note to my Dr. No go. Fuck it.

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    2. Gotta keep up with the times, now you get scripts for weed.

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    3. Only if you ask. Otherwise if you bring any prescription to a local 'dispensary' they will take care of you, like a great internet lawyer would.

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    4. the M. Email and I will reply with a Mustang pic that will melt your eyes.

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  3. What a beautiful day, the sun is shining, the weather is just perfect and it's SF!

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    1. Taught an iPad course this AM, then gardening and landscaping. No relaxing with my new fave drink Dark and Stormy.

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    2. 'No = now" Hope I am not rubbing off on you there, moeman.

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    3. I'm dark and stormied.

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  4. "Baseball has the Yankees, hockey has the Canadiens, basketball has the Lakers and the Celtics"

    SFU actually allowed that on their site?

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  5. I got a prescription for sexy friday. I got kids who dont give me medical conditions thank God or the GFSM.

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  6. Its going to be candice boucher hot Monday, and I just wait to see how we can fuck up the draft

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    1. the Maritimer9:01 PM

      The young new writer at the Gazette trashed Bargain Bin Bergy pretty good today and reminded us how bad Peanut and the Goat were. I don't think BBB is that bad yet but he is coming into his 5th season and if there are no results from his "vision" soon, well we shall see. Hopefully this past clusterfuck showed him that he needs more than a healthy Carey Price to be a contender.

      moe, I'll get back to you in the morning. Maritimer, out.

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  7. GO CANADA GO!!!

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  8. the Maritimer8:54 AM

    Habs management thinks we (the fans) are just a bunch of dummies who know nothing about how the game is played and should just keep our mouths shut and watch. However, when one of the best ever points out many similarities to what we have noticed, it's a different story. I said the same thing about Stamkos in one of my recent ravings on here...

    http://www.thetelegram.com/Sports/2016-05-20/article-4535826/Robin-Short%3A-Lafleur-still-worth-the-money/1

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  9. Laraque helps prevent a child abducter from fleeing.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/montreal-police-man-attempted-kidnapping-jeanne-mance-georges-laraque-1.3595683

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  10. Go Canada Go!!!

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  11. GOLD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    KidA brings home a nice souvenir.

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  12. Putin congratulates Canada, the 'founding fathers of hockey'.

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  13. the Maritimer9:24 PM

    Good game for Team Canada. The Finns tried to trap them into submission a la Therrien/Lemaire, but the team with superior skill won.

    I know Mr. Putin is not well liked, but that was a life experience for Corey Perry to accept that trophy from the 2nd? most powerful man in the world. He may be number 1 after this November. Nobody will take either Clinton or Trump seriously.

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  14. Turns out that the Pouzza Grand Slam charity baseball game was taking place during the attempted kidnapping of the little girl at the park. The Spaceman, Bill and I think someone from TSN690 were supposed to play. I enjoy listening to Bill Lee when he's on with Melnick, I can only imagine what he will say if he was there. Thank God everything ended well.

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  15. R.I.P. John Brophy.

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    1. the Maritimer11:26 AM

      R.I.P. One of the toughest guys to EVER play the game.

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    2. Indeed. One tough ol' Bluenoser!

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    3. RIP when it was all men

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  16. Now this is what they call a sequel. Five minute teaser WOW!!! (Independance Day)
    https://youtu.be/NCe_JshWOZ0

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  17. Gotta say i've been watching a decent amount of playoff hockey. I thThe thing ink I'm just a hockey fan above all (well sports fan in general really - call it a sport and i'll watch it). Anyway watching the final 4 (even the Stinky-less Tampon Bay squad) really makes one how the Habs don't match up to these teams. Not even a healthy TFS would save the team imo. Not unless BBB finally starts to make some real moves to improve the top 6. Anyway, we all know how that's gonna go.

    I highly doubt PFK gets chosen by Blabcock for Team Canada. And I hope he uses that rejection to the best of his ability to show those SFUckers how wrong they are.

    Final note about the playoffs. the SFU are really sucking a lot of TB cock. So many injustices and non-calls against the Pens. Is it just because they wear blue and white? Because future leaf saviour Stamkos is on the roster...even though he's not playing? Because they've beaten the Habs in the playoffs? All of the above? so many questions.

    Anyway been a good long weekend. Did some plumbing and some 'carpentry' around the house, watched lots of sports. Now getting ready to play a bit of Fallout 4 - kill a few ghouls and raiders and enjoy a cold one.

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    1. the Maritimer5:47 PM

      I read kidGold's comments about how they could sense panic in the room with 40 games left and the fucking wheels falling off. Is that not on the GM and coach? Don't you sit down with all your "letter" guys and tell them we are going to get some help? Guess not. An AHL goalie with a losing record and more 5th line plugs was the answer. No wonder the players threw in the towel, those that were left anyway. I guess I'm still just bitter about the whole damn season. I look forward to Therrien throwing Leksand and Freeway under the bus at the first opportunity. And PK as well.

      Therrien's favourite quote: "I was only protecting them."

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  18. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/gord-downie-cancer-1.3596839

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    1. Wow. Sad news. Hang in there Gordie.

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    2. those not busy being born are busy dying. hang in Gord thanks for the soundtrack. Happy birthday Bob. (75th)

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    3. the Maritimer9:17 AM

      Love Gordie's lyrics, a true Canadian. Thanks man, hang in there.

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  19. Very long but worth the read: http://www.tsn.ca/fully-completely-1.494972

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  20. 'It's so hard to make a deal' Maybe your foxhole stinks too much.

    http://thehockeywriters.com/montreal-canadiens-pursuing-khl-talent-an-exercise-in-futility/

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    1. i want to cry like a dove, where the doves cry

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  21. PFK will speak about his brand today at C2 Creative Business People. MT and BBB aren't going to like that.

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    1. Suzuki will also speak to entrepreneurs about why his message has seen success over the years.

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    2. oops, forgot the link.

      http://montrealgazette.com/business/local-business/c2mtl-to-feature-martha-stewart-david-suzuki-p-k-subban-and-more

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  23. the Maritimer4:31 PM

    Funny how Bergevin's attempts to be funny often seem to backfire on him. Professional writers often throw his little quips back in his face in their articles.

    Complaining that "it's hard to trade" seems to be one of those sayings. Also,sniffing around another dumpster (KHL) seems par for the course for him. The foxhole quote is going to haunt him for quite a while.

    Trading Prust cut the backbone out of that team. They seemed like a gutless bunch for most of the year.

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  24. http://www.todaysslapshot.com/from-the-ice/friedman-canadiens-probably-hardest-charging-horse-shipachyov/

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  25. So long Bud, we hardly new ya.

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    1. the Maritimer6:15 AM

      All part of The Process.

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  26. the Maritimer6:20 AM

    Wednesday Habs Headlines: Michel Therrien is convinced he can bring the Habs a 25th Stanley Cup.


    .............................................I'm speechless.

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    1. I think I will be the first person to walk on Mars

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    2. I think I'll make my first million by the age of 25.

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  27. Due it Due, Burkha on Kessel tracking. It works

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  28. Michel Therrien is that yogurt in Mark Bergevin's fridge. You look at it and it says it's expired...but it's yogurt so it should last a bit longer. I'm going to keep it in the fridge. Just need to pick up a few things that go well with the yogurt. Baby carrots. Pepperoni. Oh, and how about some everything bagels. Perfect mix.

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    1. Um, St. Pad, yogurt has culture.

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  29. Canadiens actually allowed KidA to be on the radio? /faints

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  30. the Maritimer3:16 PM

    Apparently eMpTy has been meeting with several players and laying out his plan on how to win in the new season.

    "I'm going to play Davey 25 minutes a game."

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    1. ... and the first 2 minutes of the 3on3, followed by the last 2 minutes of the 3on3.

      I am re-nicknaming DDD to DepDepDep.

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    2. I am killing myself laughing at how a group of hardcore Habs fans - me included - are spending their own time taking the piss out of how ridiculous the situation with the habs is right now - while in the background there is some seriously good playoff hockey happening...what a complete farce it is to now be a Habs fan - that is how I feel. it kills me but we have a GM who is fucking clueless and a coach who is a fucking egomaniac and could care less. He looses and it's. Not his fault. I am so so sad and depressesed to be a Habs fan today. Please can someone please just run Therrien over by accident on a sidewalk so that we don't have to spend another year in purgatory...harsh I know but needs must...

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  31. the Maritimer8:07 AM

    I thought the Toronto Marlies were invincible?

    Congrats to the SJ Sharks on going to the Finals for the first time. Not only was Canada shut out of the playoffs, it looks like a Southern team will win the Cup. buttman will be close to premature ejaculation.

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    1. Heh (and eww).

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    2. Congratulations to the Sharks, now go Pens.

      Speaking of Buttman, he`s now right where he belongs...

      http://www2.tsn.ca/bardown/Story.aspx?Hockey%2bfan%2bgets%2bGary%2bBettman%27s%2bface%2btattoo%2bon%2bhis%2bbehind%2bas%2bpromised&id=580857

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  32. If we sign Shipwreck, DDD and Lego are surpluss. BBB is like the spouce of an alkie, he has to hid the DDD.

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    1. the Maritimer1:00 PM

      If Bargain Bergy signs the new Russian called Shipwreck, we can say welcome! you've come to the right team, the Titanic is going down and eMpTy is busy rearranging the deck chairs. He will fit right in... on the 5th line!

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  33. Don`t even think about it when when this Canadian Ambassador is around.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/kevin-vickers-protester-dublin-1.3601127

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  34. Canucks get CH arter for a bag of pucks, proof we are not trading PFK

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  35. Ah, how cute is it to consider changing OHL>AHL rules because of some little leaf.

    Go Hershey Bears.

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  36. scott oak is thick.

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  37. > http://fourhockeyfans.blogspot.ca/2016/05/sexy-friday-is-always-hip.html

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