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Old 05-22-2003, 12:24 PM   #106
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That's where I am living now.
Cheers.

If you ever make it over this way (before I move back) - give me a shout.

Now back to your scheduled hockey thread.
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will do, then we can work on that problem of expanding your original six
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chiz, i see you have this under control

thanks, i will be away for a while. hold down the fort for me.
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Old 05-22-2003, 01:03 PM   #109
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have fun in Mobile.
They have hockey there?
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i dunno but thanks my one day trip to mobile will be joyful

i am doing a bit of traveling the next few days. so make sure to contact me on my cell regarding the coldplay concert. ok.





adios chaps and gals, this little internet 'ho is off to have a life and is planning to enjoy it.
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a life?

whats that?

have a ho'ish time
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i dunno but thanks my one day trip to mobile will be joyful

i am doing a bit of traveling the next few days. so make sure to contact me on my cell regarding the coldplay concert. ok.





adios chaps and gals, this little internet 'ho is off to have a life and is planning to enjoy it.
See you Miss Velvet! Have a wonderful time. We will miss you, and the serious hockey talk as well
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this guy is performing a hockey stop



notice he turned sideways and leans back so the sides of his skates stop his momentum
Man, my hockey stop is still so pathetic. Sometimes I spray a wee bit of snow.

My left stop is getting there, but my right skate still hops and I fall.
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That's pretty cool, AvsGirl! I'm sure you'll get your hockey stop down. We need more chicks playing hockey.


I need to learn how to skate...
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That's pretty cool, AvsGirl! I'm sure you'll get your hockey stop down. We need more chicks playing hockey.


I need to learn how to skate...
You should! Skating is fun!

I am meeting more and more girls who play...there's actually several women's leagues here in Colorado. I'm not sure if I will join them as they seem super competitive.

Even though I threaten to sell my equipment after each session, it is fun.
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Ah, the days when I played hockey *nostalgic sigh*

*wishes he didn't sell his equipment*
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my sister in law played hockey. she would like to start up again however being a mother of 4 very young children is preventing her from playing. so she just opts to roller blade with the kids instead. she almost convienced me to sign up for lessons a few years back, hence the fact i own a pair of hockey skates.

maybe i should sign up for skating lessons too. it is great exercise.
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Hockey is a game played on a field of slippery, frozen water; although it is actually a form of ritualistic combat where men tie sharp metal knives to the bottom of their boots and arm themselves with hooked clubs with which to beat, slash and maim their opponents.
This is incorrect. Hockey is not played on a field of slippery, frozen water. It is played on a field of grass, although they often use synthetic grass nowadays (just like they have at some American Football fields). Thus, there is no reason to skate, as players can walk on the field with their sticks.
Stick, another essential attribute in a hockey game. It has the pecularity that...
Ah ! Look for yourself on this page/site:
http://www.fihockey.org/vsite/vconte...m-item,00.html

Or were you maybe interested in ice hockey???

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Ah, the days when I played hockey *nostalgic sigh*

*wishes he didn't sell his equipment*


You played hockey?


Oh, right. You were probably born with a pair of skates on, lol.
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