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Old 04-05-2007, 12:15 PM   #361
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Didn't Gretzky play in Edmonton?
It's a punk bar. One guy that was with us was all into the punk scene.

Yeah, he started out in Edmonton. He opened a restaurant/sports bar in Toronto, not far from Skydome (Rogers Center now, Headache...happy? )
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Didn't Gretzky play in Edmonton?
National Hero - didn't matter where he played...
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How was the bovine - I've always wanted to go there and always forget when I'm there. It's hard to actually end up where you intend going cos all the little bars on the way distract you istractedeasily:
If I'm remembering the right one, it was downstairs, dark, small and cramped, with a lot of punk-ish people.

It's funny, you hear about all these legendary Toronto bars, then you go to them, and they're generally kind of run-down and not what you expected, but the atmosphere's great. I found that with The Horseshoe, too.

I'm easily distracted, too.
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National Hero - didn't matter where he played...
Ah, that's make sense. Michael J. Fox should open a patio as well.
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If I'm remembering the right one, it was downstairs, dark, small and cramped, with a lot of punk-ish people.

It's funny, you hear about all these legendary Toronto bars, then you go to them, and they're generally kind of run-down and not what you expected, but the atmosphere's great. I found that with The Horseshoe, too.

I'm easily distracted, too.
I'll get to check it out one day...yeah - so many are like that, luckily my standards run to atmosphere over shiningly clean lol
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They don't give Brantford people free drinks there, just because they're from Brantford. I know this from experience.
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Ok, if I leave work now I can be in London by at least three, give or take holiday traffic.


I wish! Damn school and being broke.

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It's funny, you hear about all these legendary Toronto bars, then you go to them, and they're generally kind of run-down and not what you expected, but the atmosphere's great.
I find that's true with most old cities. NY, Boston, Philly. You hear about places where they used to have all these shows and then you get there and it's a dive. I kinda like that, actually. It's sort of anti-cosumerism.
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They don't give Brantford people free drinks there, just because they're from Brantford. I know this from experience.
- I never even thought about that - you are my hero
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Why do they hate Brantford in toronto?
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Ok, if I leave work now I can be in London by at least three, give or take holiday traffic.


I wish! Damn school and being broke.

DO IT! Traffic here is nil because the schools are closed for Passover.
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I find that's true with most old cities. NY, Boston, Philly. You hear about places where they used to have all these shows and then you get there and it's a dive. I kinda like that, actually. It's sort of anti-cosumerism.
Exactly. Everyone who's anyone has played The Horseshoe - I'm fairly certain that even the Stones have played there (although when they're rehearsing/opening a tour, they generally play the El Macambo in Toronto...sells out in seconds). When I first walked in, it was tiny, the bar and tables and floors are all wooden and scuffed, it reeks of beer, the stage is tiny...so cool.
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I wish! Damn school and being broke.




You should leave after class on Sat...I can have the drinks all lined up!!
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I think I've been to the El Macambo, to see Elevation once upon a time.

I so would, Beav, if I didn't have school or a shortage of cash, as stated above. Damn real life getting in the way of things.
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