Friday, October 26, 2007


Kids, this is why your don't fight 6'9" monsters. Funny thing is, the punch that knocked Chara to his knees, amazingly, was when Koci received the devastating blow to his two pronged breathing device.

Thursday, October 25, 2007


It's pronounced: Taves.

Amazing goal that had Gary Green on NHL network saying it might be the prettiest goal he had ever seen. This might be this guys Calder moment that can't be overlooked. He might not play another game all year and sill win it. The announcers in the clip are from Colorado and they don't attempt to hide their awe one bit. Delicious.

Hot Plants Parts

Experience how the plant world expresses how it wishes to feel the warmth of another and get it on like donkey kong.


so well done and so true.

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Tuesday, October 23, 2007

For the Cubers

I've never been this frustrated, but close.

Monday, October 22, 2007

Supersize Me

Check this out

To me, this is senseless. First of all, I would have expected Donalds to be first because... it's McDonald's for God's sake.

Second, A&W is a runaway leader? Man, that ad campaign with the fat bald guy must really be working.

I voted for Dairy Queen, but I can believe that they have slipped because they haven't come out with any hilarious commercials lately. Food always tastes better when there is a good commercial associated with it....

hence why I never, ever frequent Tim Whoretons.

Thursday, October 18, 2007

Go Leafs Go

At least Sourray won't be anything laughable like these in the next four weeks.

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

NHL dot com

Is anyone else annoyed by the new game summary sheets? They are almost as bad as their new shift chart breakdowns that are about 20 pages long and you need to speak braille to read them.

Here's my problem. There is no longer goaltender information on these sheets. To find out who is playing (or played), you have to go to a separate page: Event Summary. It just doesn't make sense.

Also, things like shots on net are now broken up between the two teams in separate columns instead of being side by side. This makes it much less readable given all the other numbers and information that your eyes have to scan over in order to go from one column to the next.

McGuire wins Gemini


TSN's esteemed NHL on TSN broadcasts won two trophies Monday night at the 22nd Annual Gemini Awards celebrating excellence in English Language television, including Pierre McGuire, who was named Best Game Analyst.
You know, a lot of people are going to fume about this, due to a vehement hatred of Pierre McGuire, but I just don't get it. If you ask me, I would rather listen to Pierre than anyone else I can think of at the moment. Sure he's a tad over-eccentric and he takes the side of the refs way too often, but at least he provides useful analysis (especially between the benches giving away what coaches are telling their players, shift lengths, arguments, etc.) and he makes it entertaining.

So to all you McGuire haters out there, kiss my Monster Performer.

Sunday, October 14, 2007


Any bets how long before Sasktel calls and says WTF? Do you think I could run my fridge? That would make up somewhat for how they're pissing me off about MAX.

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Friday, October 12, 2007


I played net officially for the first time tonight in last nights scrimmage. And though I showered thoroughly this morning, my hands still reek of glove sweat. It has made beard scratches almost unbearable. Hell, I've almost had to stop picking my nose and eating it. Like that dude at the Leafs game on Saturday. What a lark that was.

Here's a great idea I came up with today: instead of calling it Lydia's, call it Clamydia's. I'm sure that is not very authentic, but it's new to me.

I don't know, it just sounds funny. Clamydia's. Yeah.

Colbert on Letterman

Can never get enough Colbert.

Don't know what to say about this one

Violence on Ice

Dammit. Who would have thunk, Jesse Boulerice.

I entered a hockey pool which had a bonus question to guess who would get the first 3+ game suspension for conduct in the regular season. I guessed Jarkko Ruutu because he's an idiot. But I guess given the Downie incident, a smart man might have figured out that the goon-assed Flyers are back and Boulerice would be a good bet. I mean, at least Simon sticked another fighter in the face, why is Boulerice cross checking Kesler? Because Kesler said he wanted to show the Flyers his worth. That doesn't even make sense. He should want to show the Canucks and their fans his worth. The Flyers obviously knew his worth or they wouldn't have tried to sign him to an offer sheet two years ago.

Jarkko Ruutu is still an idiot.



Ruutu is an idiot, dirty, and ....:

.... oh yeah, he's a diver too:

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Brain Rot

Here are my results without cheating:
1: 29/33 (Blair gave me one)
2: 10/24
3: 8/20 (saw the answer to one accidentally on the net)
4: 10/18

I don't know why, but I'm having an internal struggle deciding whether to go on the net and get the answers for the rest. I hate cheating, yet I want to know the answers soooo bad. I've had these tests open on my PC for the last few days and I will periodically go back and get a few. But now I have to reboot the computer because it is as slow as Coulman and I'm going to lose my progress. It's actually kind of rotting my brain, maybe I should just get it over with.


Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Subliminal Messages RULE

I'm not sure what it is, but this commercial really appeals to me.

Tuesday, October 09, 2007

Block with the head, not advisable.

Given that he made 300 pound Travis Johnson fly, I don't think Trent Green is going to be OK. In fact, I think he is going to be very, very bad. Super bad. He's lucky to still have a head bad. Not the opposite of bad like in Michael Jackson's song bad. Batty song from Ferngully bad. Sexual performance debilitation bad. Eating through a straw bad. Forgot his gender bad. Hungover after drinking rye and ashtray bad. Having a moment with God bad.

You get the idea.

Friday, October 05, 2007


The combination of nostalgia and the awesomeness of this show makes me cry tears of delicious liquid cotton candy. If there's something I take away from my childhood, its the need to clap your hands above your head while you sit in a mini car. That and the udder disdain for small children who got to collect all those awesome prizes.

Watching this now, I realize how easy it would be to cheat at this game.

Thursday, October 04, 2007

Exposing a Diver: Dida

Well, this is not your typical dive. AC Milan's goalie Dida gets slapped across the chest from a fan right after Celtic score the winning goal in last night's Champions League game in Glasgow. He was attended to by medical staff, stretchered off, had an icepack to his face, and was replaced by the backup keeper. The fan was given a lifetime ban for his actions, but what of Dida and his panties?

Wednesday, October 03, 2007

This is a funny

Peace in the middle east.

Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Halo for DS, NOT coming

Add this to the best games that never saw the light of day list. My guess is Microsoft, which owns Bungie, didn't want to license the game out to a Nintendo platform.

Here's more info.

Monday, October 01, 2007

Ace and Gary are back!

I'll bet that you might have known that Stephen Colbert is Ace from the Ambiguously Gay Duo. If you did... good for you, what do you want, some kind of medal?

Gerrard the goon

From ESPN Soccernet...

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard was involved in a traffic collision which left a 10-year-old boy with a suspected broken leg, his spokesman said.
Afterward, it went on to say, Gerrard tore the meaty flesh from the child's arm and proceeded to beat him with it until the child proclaimed Gerrard a God walking amongst men. Good soccer player, but what gall he has, what terrible gall.


I think everyone will be equally as outraged as Oleifr was on this topic and we can all commiserate together. Some won't believe it, others will break down and wonder what their lives have come to, shuddering at the fact that their worst fears have come to light and the abyss of a world in which they now inhabit has just been rendered into a useless, purgatoryry void.... Curt especially.

On Saturday night, at approximately 2 AM, Ryan and I and our viking keepers attempted to pay a friendly visit to Ronalds to quell the alcohol induced uneasiness brewing in our gut. This should not have been a big deal since they are open 24 hours a day, right?! No so! Not at the Attridge location anyway. They have signs saying they close at 9 PM now. 9 PM! From 24 hour delicious, healthy food at your convenience to 9 PM close. Travesty. Apparently they think a "labour shortage" should dictate their store hours. I don't care if I have to be served by monkeys, at 2 AM, I want burgers!

Maybe the daily show is right, maybe we need more Raffi Torres'. Maybe we need more bandwagon abandoners wandering back from Alberta. Maybe we need our economy to slow down just enough to not affect me but to keep Ronalds open.

I feel so... cold.