Mar 17, 2017

O'Sexy Friday

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40 comments:

  1. Irish musical notes;

    Not big on all their tunes but The Coors are great musicians and some very good looking lasses (and lad).

    Song of the day remains my fave U2 tune.

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  2. I love some of their songs. Excellent work moe.

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    1. CHeers. A little something for everyone and a touCH o' green.

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  3. Sláinte everyone!

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  4. That snowy walkway is a great reminder of what's around the corner.

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  5. There was quite an uproar yesterday over a promo pic for a bar in Vancouver which featured a pint of Guinness with the head spilling over the rim. The Irish take a proper pour of their sacred suds very seriously. So the bar later issued a new pic with a proper pint and offered a free one today for anyone with an Irish passport. When my daughter went to Ireland a few years ago she toured the brewery which actually had a 'course' on how to pour a perfect pint and got a graduation certificate.

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  6. http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/nhl/richard-riot-1.4025966

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  7. moeman, you have outdone yourself (and not just because of the very kind addition of my humble etchings - cheers and exxxtra shots of Jamie's to you for that!)

    A wonderful and crafty Irish compilation of SF-ness the likes of which the interwebs have surely never seen before. I commend you sir!

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    1. Got to love Terry O'Reilly accepting defeat at the hands of Dryden et al.

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    2. Indeed - an excellent find!

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  8. Hey, I just noticed the pic of Knuckles up there. Well played!

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  9. I suspect that timing of the number of up-coming games scheduled between the Habs and senaturds and the announcement of their outdoor game is not merely a coincidence

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  10. the Maritimer11:38 AM

    Faith and Begorrah!!

    As fine a gathering of Celtic beauties as I have ever seen!! I too caught the picture of Terry O'Reilly shaking 29's hand but I forgot about Knuckles heritage. Incidentally, Chris' Dad was a GREEN beret in the Marines. Outstanding. If you get a chance read his book called "Fighting Back", quite a story of his life so far.

    Kudos to the Black Hawks last night for keeping the turds in their place. Now the Habs have to flush them this weekend.

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  11. "... a matchup of founding NHL franchises who launched 100 years of remarkable history for our league and our fans," NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said.

    That must surely be kinfe in the heart of the SFU.

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  12. Blogger won't let me reply to the M, so I'll post here.

    Let's hope they don't forget to pack their plungers in their equipment bags.

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  13. Looks like Craig Anderson will be playing afterall.

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  14. As with the 'Hamburgler', albeit not with the run of games he had, the senaturds would not be where they are without Sheik.

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  15. Sláinte

    I am married to a half irish girl (for me the most beautiful Irish girl) and along with the Scots you just have
    to say the most socialble people in the world, but if you cross them
    deadly, so if I were the IMF I would not buy green bananas.

    The Celts like to think of themselves as badass but in truth they were all put in chains by the Anglos and like everyone the city of london, as William Wallace said lets all shout today with green snot flowing from our nose FREEDOM. Channeling Ho Chi Min I would say so far the Scots are beyond reproach with tech things, if it was not invented is Scotland its propably vapourware, and teh Irish are tops a emotions, like Van Morrison and lititure that makes you cry and love, when all the potates have the blight.

    Speaking of freedom we have Kodi which has to have some provedence from Edward Teach.
    There was a question about favorites in Exodus which I can answer. You need to do a couple of techie things to save favourites in Exodus. Not above my ability but why bother. Use Primewire, fav is just a click on the remote or the mouse, depends if you are on a computer or an adroid device.



    the Coors cover of everybody hurts is sublime

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    1. I forgot to say cause my blood is mostly green at momement, thanks Moeman for making Irish day
      complete.

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  16. Your statement would look better ground down and pressed into a shell which you would have to eat if your allergic to shellfish

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  17. Slainte boys and girls! Mrs K3x is another year younger today so we've Bern in London celebrating a bit. She's not a Guinness girl either so I will have hers whilst she enjoys some prosecco . Great SF Moeman... NOAR!

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    1. Happy Birthday to Mrs. KmaXXX. It is also my Mother's, may she always rest in peace. she is also Irish, family name is Roarke.

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    2. Happy Birthday Mrs KmaXXX, I know the FHF have caused you many sleepless nights, cause the prime merdian in near London

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    3. Bonne Fête Mme. K3X.

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  18. Heard this great rendition of Tura Lura Lural by The Band and Van Morrison on Melnick. Funny how you can forget some great musical stuff as you get older.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVfpJzOM05g

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  19. Over in Killarney, many years ago
    My Mother sang a song to me in tones so sweet and low,
    Just a simple little ditty, in her good ould Irish way,
    And I'd give the world if she could sing That song to me this day.

    [Refrain]
    Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral,
    Too-ra-loo-ra-li,
    Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral,
    Hush now don't you cry!
    Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral,
    Too-ra-loo-ra-li,
    Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral,
    That's an Irish lullaby.

    [Verse 2]
    Oft, in dreams I wander To that cot again,
    I feel her arms a huggin' me As when she held me then.
    And I hear her voice a hummin' To me as in days of yore,
    When she used to rock me fast asleep Outside the cabin door.

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  20. N8's "pissed" about the benching. As Mr. Lydon can attest, anger is an energy, N8; use it against the 'Turds tomorrow!

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    1. I like N8 but he has a bit of an attitude for a white guy

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  21. Che on that 8yr Marinaro reported. 'It's not even close, I don't know where that comes from.'

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    1. Not sure why people give Marinaro any credit. To me he's a blowhard.

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    2. Claims to know 'facts' esp. when it suits his own opinion.

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    3. "It's not even close, what they saying." Radulov said Friday, according to TSN's John Lu. "I don't even know how this .. I just don't want to even discuss that because it's nothing I can really control.

      "I was sick yesterday, and I got a phone call from my agent, (who said), 'there's something going on, some people talking,' so I was like 'Who's talking? No one knows nothing about it,' so I even talked to Marc (Bergevin) today and it's like someone throw it in the Internet, or whatever it was, and it doesn't make sense."

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    4. "Silence is argument carried out by other means." ~ Che Guevara

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  22. > http://fourhockeyfans.blogspot.ca/2017/03/will-it-float-sens.html

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