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Old 11-17-2007, 04:41 PM   #421
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Old 11-17-2007, 04:43 PM   #422
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fucknuts, all of you.
my house = random cd's, haphazardly no less, scattered throughout all the rooms in order to force variety. books? fiction and non fiction and chick lit and sci fi happily mingle the days away on various shelves and bookcases. you'd all shrivel up and die in my house probably. c'mon over, I dare ya



ps. cdn uni sports = stoned a lot of the time
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ps. cdn uni sports = stoned a lot of the time
It's really the only way to be able to sit through most of 'em.

I'd never be watching Canadian university football if it wasn't the national semifinals.

Take a lesson from Canada, Americans: playoffs for college football are okay.
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fucknuts, all of you.
my house = random cd's, haphazardly no less, scattered throughout all the rooms in order to force variety. books? fiction and non fiction and chick lit and sci fi happily mingle the days away on various shelves and bookcases. you'd all shrivel up and die in my house probably. c'mon over, I dare ya



ps. cdn uni sports = stoned a lot of the time
This information does not come as a surprise.
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Stupid Leafs beating my Sens

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Considering how much the Leafs have sucked at home this year, it's good to hear they won one.... esp. against Ottawa
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Yea that's the funny part too. The Leafs are my old school team, family tradition to like them.. I was really into them for years.. then I got weary and sort of shifted over to Ottawa in the last year or so.. well, until this spring.. when I was absolutely livid with Alfredsson. Then summer came.. I calmed down and forgave the Sens.. in the way I always used to forgive the Leafs.

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Yea that's the funny part too. The Leafs are my old school team, family tradition to like them.. I was really into them for years.. then I got weary and sort of shifted over to Ottawa in the last year or so.. well, until this spring.. when I was absolutely livid with Alfredsson. Then summer came.. I calmed down and forgave the Sens.. in the way I always used to forgive the Leafs.

lol

It's a strange, strange world.. Canadian NHL hockey loyalties
I'm not a Leafs fan anymore myself, but you can't drop a team to go to the other side of the rivalry. That's like deserting the Canadian Army during World War II and going over to the Nazis.

At least go somewhere like Australia.

Did that make any sense or am I just tired as hell right now?

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Sure

Well for me the big rivalry was always Toronto/Montreal. I would never consider going over to the dark side of the Canadiens.. but I like the Sens. I know alot of folks don't.. but I do. With or without Alfredsson, mind you

How's Halifax this evening?
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I was going to say switching allegiances to Montreal might've been better, but RB's nixxed that (Mind you, as long as they aren't playing TO I'm more than willing to cheer for Montreal *g* Most Cdn teams actually, as long as they aren't playing TO )
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I like the Sens, they're like a machine when they play. I like watching them. I don't see how Comrie was supposed to fit in there, but whatever. Probably an awesome to be on though, I bet you could learn a lot there.
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I'll still go for the Leafs, when they're not playing the Sens.

Oh so confuzzling!
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fucknuts, all of you.
my house = random cd's, haphazardly no less, scattered throughout all the rooms in order to force variety. books? fiction and non fiction and chick lit and sci fi happily mingle the days away on various shelves and bookcases. you'd all shrivel up and die in my house probably. c'mon over, I dare ya
My wife files like that. Drives me up the goddamn wall. I had to adopt all of her CDs and give them nice homes next to other CDs with similar alphabetic upbringings. The books she keeps scattered about in piles and in boxes, and my bookshelf is full, so her delinquent, dirty strung out books don't come into that neighborhood. Plus they're all weird art books and anatomy and shit. Though I did adopt some of the fiction stuff and a history book or two. And I admit, I'm eyeing up Siena's Dr Suess and all those other kids books, and I'm getting itchy to either organize them or put them in my bookshelf - but I also know that she's mess that system up in about 6 seconds, so I'm waiting til she's older and bit more OCD like her old man. Though all early signs (books in piles or just strewn about) indicate she's more like her mother. I'm never going to see 40. Fuck


In other news, Led Zeppelin Day continues. YAY!
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How's Halifax this evening?
Cold, rainy, and boring. I was trying to go out this weekend, but my friends (95% of whom are in Commerce) have term assignments due this week, so everybody's holed up for the night.

So I'm watching football, reading my Roman History text book, and eating chicken fingers.

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