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Old 06-19-2003, 09:33 PM   #61
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Avsgirl could be the nicest looking goalie ever... even better than Jose Theodore!

*cujo is pelted maliciously by French Canadian women*

... what else is new?

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Old 06-19-2003, 09:40 PM   #63
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Ok fine, you can be my bodyguard too LMPA.

I just thought you wouldn't want to deal with my stalkers... i.e. Michael... and seeing as MVD will have her NASCAR experience in crowd dispersal, she's the perfect fit for the job.

Any other applicants?
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Old 06-19-2003, 10:31 PM   #64
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baby i have crowd control experience and service experience, if you know what i mean.
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Old 06-19-2003, 10:35 PM   #65
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I don't, please elaborate for the sake of ignorant whores like myself.



It somewhat disturbs me that I end up using the sexy wink in the sports forum moreso than any other place.
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yes i am disturbed by your use of the as well.

no need for elaboration, if you don't know you are not doing a good job at your whoreness.
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Old 06-19-2003, 10:40 PM   #67
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Oh, I always do a good job.

Except with Michael's therapy...

Oh no! He's gotten into his stash of ProStars Cereal again... looks like we're back to step 1.

And to think, we were already at step 2.
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how many steps are in this intervention?
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Old 06-19-2003, 10:47 PM   #69
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Normally there are twelve arduous steps to Gretzaholic freedom... but in Michael's case we have to break him down to a child like hockey mentality... one close to the level of zonelistener; and then through several indoctrinating *ahem* healing visual barrages *ahem* suggestions... we might finally have the cure.

The first step is the worst... I think Michael can attest to that, having gone through it before.

But as no one as my witness, I will win this battle of Weaning Michael of Wayning.

Now, let's get going. Cold Turkey Griffey. Cold freakin' Turkey.
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ah, thanks for the education. i believe griffs is avoiding this thread for reasons that he actually maybe following through w/ his 12 step process.
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Old 06-19-2003, 10:52 PM   #71
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You're so smart MVD.

Will you be my bodyguard?

I can call you Al.

You can call me Betty.
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long as you meet me with julio down in the schoolyard.
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Old 06-20-2003, 12:27 AM   #73
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Oh, Cujo, I have depressing news...I ordered those Oilers' Stanley Cup winning games (all 4 with Gretzky), and they'll be here around mid July. I won't be able to stop myself from watching each, individual one....I may pace myself though: intstead of watching all of them at once, I'll try and spread it out over an entire 4 days, one per night. It will be like my little treat before I go to bed...you know, just a relaxant, nothing more. Besides, a Gretzky tape *cough* an Oilers tape a day is harmless...no?
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Oh, forgot to add...I have some positive news as well! Two nights ago, I saw The Life and Times of Mario Lemieux on CBC. It was GREAT. Prepare all of yourselves for a mighty statement: I've always debated this in my own mind, but after watching that program, I sincerely believe Mario Lemieux was more talented than Wayne Gretzky. He was SCARY good in his prime, and even in junior. He scored 133 goals in his last season in junior! The game in which he broke Guy Lafleur's record, he scored 6 goals! The things he could do on the ice with the puck were mad, I mean *mad*. He started having back problems right at the very beginning of his career, even in junior...and they got really bad in the late 80s early 90s...yet he still dominated and won scoring titles and MVPs. The guy was unreal, and I have sooo much respect for him. I honestly don't know who was better, him or Gretzky...but I'd probably take Gretzky cause Gretzky always had the X factor, always pulled the rabit out of the hat somehow. But on pure talent, Lemieux is by far the best ever. There, I said it. Now scat!
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Griffdawgs head is frozen.
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