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Old 03-03-2007, 01:06 AM   #196
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how bout them basketball teams eh? EH??


I know it's not football or baseball - although I did see a spring training post - and headache is on about the basketball stuff and it's march and that's a madness thing for basketball - i guessed right eh?
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Close enough, Snow. You left hockey out, which saddens Thora and Beav. Spring Training did indeed start this week, I've been active in the thread about baseball. Headache loves his hoops, to watch it and to coach it. Yes.

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I started typing something about 45 minutes ago and the kid went absolutely ballistic. Whoa.
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I started typing something about 45 minutes ago and the kid went absolutely ballistic. Whoa.
She better now? Everything ok?
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I know a little about those sports, but I must admit that my expertise lies in hockey. Okay, maybe not expertise, but I certainly know a hell of a lot more about it than any other sport. I used to be a huge baseball fan in the early 90's, but then got into hockey.
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Yeah - it's pretty sweet - you would think I'd have an easier time luring a guy into the whole you stay home and I'll work scenario - but - give you guys an inch you'd take a mile
When my wife was in advertising, before teaching, and she was poised to make some nice money, I was all ready to stay at home with the kids....or without would've been fine too. Then she wanted to be "happy" and get a job she "enjoyed" or some crazy talk. So now, I have to work. Pfft. nonsense.

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She better now? Everything ok?
I have a limit, man. I gave her off to the wife. She can calm her down, and I have no friggin idea how. We both do the same shit, but the kid stops crying for her. I think the kid is still scared of me or something.
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Close enough, Snow. You left hockey out, which saddens Thora and Beav. Spring Training did indeed start this week, I've been active in the thread about baseball. Headache loves his hoops, to watch it and to coach it. Yes.

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I just sensed you wouldn't be all hot about hockey!!
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When my wife was in advertising, before teaching, and she was poised to make some nice money, I was all ready to stay at home with the kids....or without would've been fine too. Then she wanted to be "happy" and get a job she "enjoyed" or some crazy talk. So now, I have to work. Pfft. nonsense.

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NSW - Is Zodiac supposed to be any good? I like Fincher, but Serial Killer movies don't really do it for me. Maybe a Fincher Serial Killer would though. I haven't heard much about it though. I'm stoked for 300. SPARTAAAAA!
I'm looking forward to 300 as well, but, even more so to Zodiac. It's less about a seliar killer and more about obsession...how the chase for this guy consumed the lives of at least 2 people, and freaked an entire city out. It's also about how information can innundate us and overwhelm us, so it can serve as allegory for today's information age. It has gotten great reviews, and, it is Fincher.
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I just sensed you wouldn't be all hot about hockey!!
I like hockey well enough, just not as much as baseball or american football. I used to go to a lot of Islander games as a kid/teen, and go to a few Kings and Ducks games a year now. But, yeah, hockey would not have gotten me all hot, good call.
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I'm looking forward to 300 as well, but, even more so to Zodiac. It's less about a seliar killer and more about obsession...how the chase for this guy consumed the lives of at least 2 people, and freaked an entire city out. It's also about how information can innundate us and overwhelm us, so it can serve as allegory for today's information age. It has gotten great reviews, and, it is Fincher.
Oh, that sounds kinda cool actually. I'm all for killing seliar too. Fucking seliar killed my dog and ate my pinky toe when I was kid.
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I have a limit, man. I gave her off to the wife. She can calm her down, and I have no friggin idea how. We both do the same shit, but the kid stops crying for her. I think the kid is still scared of me or something.
You need more days off!! I'm sooo lucky I have the job that could facilitate (<----I want to kill this word) a stay at home dad and I'm sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo happy to do it - most of the time.


Thora - I've been paying more attention to OHL as I have season tix - what it your league that competes in the memorial cup - any idea?
I like an unoaked white

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