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Ah, back to you again Kylie Manhogue, let's just put it this way... you know not to what extent Boston is the Mecca of hockey whose great wonders you cannot even comprehend. In Boston, despite the NHL cockout/hari cari, hockey was still thriving as the BEST college squads year in year out waged their various wars in preparation for the REAL NCAA tirle touney known as the Beanpot. OMG you cannot even fathom this holy mount of puck slapping amazingness. It is the game in its purest form on display for 3 nights each yerar at THE GARDEN on the very ice manned by our Bruins, not some latter day expansion teal wearing commercial upchuck of an aberration,but one of the original 8 and seminal historic bithplace of the pro game itself, with retired sweather bering the names of Shore and Orr and so many others who wouldn't play the great game in a slappy trap shitehouse called the SHARK TANK for all the money in the world. How disastrous. And oh those Bs... to have been in the OLD GARDEN for a playoff game in the old days, when it was legal to drink too much, and ecouraged, as was fighting on the ice and in the stands, when the entire crowd would be absolutely humuiliating the opposing goalie to the point of distraction shouting "{insert name}{insert name} YOU SUCK!" OR "IT'S ALL YOUR FAULT" until they erred again and then went into a mad frenzy giving us the finger and rving us into gales of joy. The building, decrepit and wholly disgusting, would literally move and rock and roll as our black and gold champions battled on into the playoffs EVERY YEAR. Someday, son, someday, do yourself a favor and visit these hallowed halls. Hell, these days you can even wear you rSharks jersey without fear of getting completely beat to sh*t like you would ahve in the good old days when men were men and talking smackl meant you better be ready to back that sh*t up with your face bro, because this is our house, and you better respect it. I have been to the sharks. It's a nice night out, Thorntons a player (still hurts), a favorable crowd who has taken surprisingly well t the frozen game of the north given the local climate... i think its great there a viable sports franchise in town as it sure seems to help lend some character and continuity, much needed. But my son, as it would seem with other matters of sport and not undertanding the true interwoven nature of sport and local cultural persona... you just have no idea. I would gladly accompany you to the Garden some night in your favorite awesome electric teal sweater and let you invoke your kind words of above. Look at it this way, after you get mauled by guys named Sully and Fitz, Nuge and Tommy Two Shits you really wont need to worry about the back slouching thing, you'll get a fresh start when your crushed spine heals, and likely a new face too.... come, come to Boston and the Gahden and witness real hockey in a real hockey town, I much less care for it over the celts, Sox and my beloved team of the decade Patriots... but truthfully, unless you move there and convert or something... you'll never even get it. It'sin the blood, the water, the beer...earned from 5am practices at frozen rinks with stinking equipment and toothless guys spitting in your face under the guise of coaching, refs laughing at you as you look up plaintively having just been wronged in the foulest of manners unders ome unwritten code of the game you cannot learn having not played it, and close to there... suck a nut, haha, you're funny my lad. Keep talking friend, and sometime I'll tell you some of the stories I heard when I used to caddy for Terry O'Reilly and Derek Sanderson, the last player in the NHL to smoke butts in the locker room between periods. You have no idea what it's all about.

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First, congrats on 1k posts

Second, you seem to forget I lived on the east coast, and my mom's family still lives there. I've been to hockey games in the gahden, where I've worn Sharks apparel, I've been to Fenway where I openly rooted for the Mariners (I would have rooted for whatever team they were playing that day) so all of this stuff you are talking about is just silly. I think I have proven my love of sports, and as much as I hate the east coast, I can and do show respect where it's deserved. Yes the B's are one of the original teams, still doesn't mean I won't like them just because of that fact alone.

And as far as college hockey I stick to where my dad played and where his side of the family usually went to school, UND. Go Fighting Sioux!!!
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After years of lurking and saying nothing I finally became a part of NGC in 2012, or at least I tried and was roundly ignored and rejected for a good while for varying reasons ranging from seeming insanity of writing style to lack of automotive aesthetic to age avg 10-15 years older than most participants (except Wes of course). I must say it is an honor and a pleasure to now be personally loathed by most of you for the right reasons, because I'm an obnoxious, annoying, profane, outspoken and narcissistic demi-***** in your midst, pouring every free cent of spending money I can rip away from my family to do things to my car that few of you support and most of you hate, and coming here to insult you about cars, life and everything in between all the while. It's quite nice to have like-mindless people to jabber with and see sometimes IRL. I realize that most would even scoff at making so much hay for mere post 1000 (Frank has done as many in a day I believe) but I'm doing so anyway, as always just because I can. From Drew and Miles (and their erstwhile sensei Kalim The World's Most Interesting Halal Hispanic Gentleman) who have dutifully helped me deface and undermine the design of my car, to the Franks, Briangles, Dangles, BCyruses, Griffs, 55yo Asian Dentists, MCRs and Ramins who have merely (kind of) befriended me, to the Mangos and Blue and Whites I still spar with, and yes, especially to the Albees and MtnDaves who have forgiven my online transgressions and eventually come to tolerate me on some level, I thank thee for allowing me to be part of this community, and I do hope to meet more of you in the coming months and years. You may even find that irl I'm not quite as vile as online, or evenmore so, dpending ontime of day and level of caffeination. As for you Kyle... well, it seems as if I'm stil destined to teach you a few things before you recognize my overwhelming genius... more of that down below my little back brace wearing pal, I hope you know I only verbally assail the ones I actually like, or hate, and by no means do you fall in the latter group, just the wider assemblage of humanity I'd identify as those who need moreof my instruction and wisdom to succeed in life... you might call them... goobers. I'm sure youmight identify with this breed... (Apologies if I've forgotten anyone, and free Drewdown please).

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I recognize my tardiness but I'm working on it, stop looking on my gut, I don't feel tardy, is that so wrong? I love dropping pop cultures references that none of you are old enough to get, its so funny since I'm so much less mature than most of you. I knew I was really old when I found out I've been sleeping with my wife longer than Dangle (pick one) has been alive. C'est la vie, it still works for me (and no Cialis needed).



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Oh Franklin, such a genuinely nice and kind person, friend to all he encounters it might seem, his openness and lack of (noticeable) underlying agenda used againsty him by the wanton women of LA's electro strewn night. Abandon not your friendzone for in the long run it wuill deliver you the delicious debutante desserts you so deserve.... it just might take a bit longer. Phillipina is surely toying a bit but only you know what lies between here... ears. Good louck and godspeed and let us not deter you from the task at hand ... unless we have to.



Why you so ugree Mires? Why you so butthurt latery? You need to makeup with your teach Kalimalijuwon and make up for needlessly assailing his beater M3 so publicly. We all wonder, what was he doing at his neighbors for so long, but it was a bold and imprident prank you let Albee goad you into. Stop being defensive, you sound just like me and no one wants that. also, help get Drew back on here. Friends are too few in life and he may have wronged you on some level but, it is not worth staying mad over, few things in life are. Extend the Olive Garden branch and let him toss your salad sometime soon.



Oh Mires, so so ugree and judgemental. What would we have to do all day around here if we couldnt assail you for everything you do and say. But you ruv it Mires, you do, so letsnot pretend otherwise, this is the way of NGC.



There, now that's better. Next time try not to lock your own keys in the van as you criticize my tardiness and smugly review all the things you dislike about my car and the way i approach it... the karma gods were laughing at you, as was I, hee hee hee.



Ah, back to you again Kylie Manhogue, let's just put it this way... you know not to what extent Boston is the Mecca of hockey whose great wonders you cannot even comprehend. In Boston, despite the NHL cockout/hari cari, hockey was still thriving as the BEST college squads year in year out waged their various wars in preparation for the REAL NCAA tirle touney known as the Beanpot. OMG you cannot even fathom this holy mount of puck slapping amazingness. It is the game in its purest form on display for 3 nights each yerar at THE GARDEN on the very ice manned by our Bruins, not some latter day expansion teal wearing commercial upchuck of an aberration,but one of the original 8 and seminal historic bithplace of the pro game itself, with retired sweather bering the names of Shore and Orr and so many others who wouldn't play the great game in a slappy trap shitehouse called the SHARK TANK for all the money in the world. How disastrous. And oh those Bs... to have been in the OLD GARDEN for a playoff game in the old days, when it was legal to drink too much, and ecouraged, as was fighting on the ice and in the stands, when the entire crowd would be absolutely humuiliating the opposing goalie to the point of distraction shouting "{insert name}{insert name} YOU SUCK!" OR "IT'S ALL YOUR FAULT" until they erred again and then went into a mad frenzy giving us the finger and rving us into gales of joy. The building, decrepit and wholly disgusting, would literally move and rock and roll as our black and gold champions battled on into the playoffs EVERY YEAR. Someday, son, someday, do yourself a favor and visit these hallowed halls. Hell, these days you can even wear you rSharks jersey without fear of getting completely beat to sh*t like you would ahve in the good old days when men were men and talking smackl meant you better be ready to back that sh*t up with your face bro, because this is our house, and you better respect it. I have been to the sharks. It's a nice night out, Thorntons a player (still hurts), a favorable crowd who has taken surprisingly well t the frozen game of the north given the local climate... i think its great there a viable sports franchise in town as it sure seems to help lend some character and continuity, much needed. But my son, as it would seem with other matters of sport and not undertanding the true interwoven nature of sport and local cultural persona... you just have no idea. I would gladly accompany you to the Garden some night in your favorite awesome electric teal sweater and let you invoke your kind words of above. Look at it this way, after you get mauled by guys named Sully and Fitz, Nuge and Tommy Two Shits you really wont need to worry about the back slouching thing, you'll get a fresh start when your crushed spine heals, and likely a new face too.... come, come to Boston and the Gahden and witness real hockey in a real hockey town, I much less care for it over the celts, Sox and my beloved team of the decade Patriots... but truthfully, unless you move there and convert or something... you'll never even get it. It'sin the blood, the water, the beer...earned from 5am practices at frozen rinks with stinking equipment and toothless guys spitting in your face under the guise of coaching, refs laughing at you as you look up plaintively having just been wronged in the foulest of manners unders ome unwritten code of the game you cannot learn having not played it, and close to there... suck a nut, haha, you're funny my lad. Keep talking friend, and sometime I'll tell you some of the stories I heard when I used to caddy for Terry O'Reilly and Derek Sanderson, the last player in the NHL to smoke butts in the locker room between periods. You have no idea what it's all about.

See y'all soon.

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The trail kinda disappeared in a few places, and usually involved crawling under or over some trees.
Rape van, chloroform-soaked rags, and now deserted trails...
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First, congrats on 1k posts

Second, you seem to forget I lived on the east coast, and my mom's family still lives there. I've been to hockey games in the gahden, where I've worn Sharks apparel, I've been to Fenway where I openly rooted for the Mariners (I would have rooted for whatever team they were playing that day) so all of this stuff you are talking about is just silly. I think I have proven my love of sports, and as much as I hate the east coast, I can and do show respect where it's deserved. Yes the B's are one of the original teams, still doesn't mean I won't like them just because of that fact alone.

And as far as college hockey I stick to where my dad played and where his side of the family usually went to school, UND. Go Fighting Sioux!!!
Shakes head. In the good old days we used to heckle horrible teams like the Marinhers so bad the players would try to come into the stands. I was there once when we made third base coach Rusty Kuntz (real name) give us both fingers for taunting him so bad he was then thrown out, boy that was magic, and you would have gotten drenched in beer and utterly owned for that ghey loser team shirt in our priceless museum of baseball. Era of PCness is so ghey.

Fighting Sioux are the real deal, gladly conceded, and love the nickname and its support by tribe in rejection of pc peeps who want to ban it. If your dad played there hes a stud.
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