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The Habs Lounge and Le Cabaret, Part VI... Return of the Rabbi (Brisebois edition).

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07-21-2008, 10:53 AM
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Why grow a beard?
In order to also grow a mustache of course!

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'Cuz it itches, and it's summer and it's TOO DAMN HOT to grow one... no?
Yeah, but it bugs my wife. I made a bet with myself that when I told her that I was growing it because Ken was, I'd immediately shave if she said, 'if Ken jumped off a bridge would you ?' I'd find that funny and that was my inner deal. She just shook her head, so, I let it grow.

Ken said that he hoped that if he did jump off a bridge, I would too, just out of loyalty, whigh I guess I would feel obligated to do. Long time friends and all.

We agreed that it would be a good last laugh having everyone wonder why Mike & Ken jumped off a bridge.

Personally, I'd hope that he'd choose one of those little covered bridges you see around here over the Rasin River, and avoid Pont Jacques Cartier, but who knows.

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07-21-2008, 11:03 AM
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Jumping off bridges is sooooooooo cliche.


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07-21-2008, 11:10 AM
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Yeah, but it bugs my wife. I made a bet with myself that when I told her that I was growing it because Ken was, I'd immediately shave if she said, 'if Ken jumped off a bridge would you ?' I'd find that funny and that was my inner deal. She just shook her head, so, I let it grow.

Ken said that he hoped that if he did jump off a bridge, I would too, just out of loyalty, whigh I guess I would feel obligated to do. Long time friends and all.

We agreed that it would be a good last laugh having everyone wonder why Mike & Ken jumped off a bridge.

Personally, I'd hope that he'd choose one of those little covered bridges you see around here over the Rasin River, and avoid Pont Jacques Cartier, but who knows.
Well, jumping off that bridge (PJC) would require a lot of athletic skills nowadays with those metal fences... I just wonder why people never thought of actually jump ON the bridge. With all those cars, it's tough to miss your shot... and if you really want to end with a bang, well, that's maybe the best way. Meh.

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07-21-2008, 11:22 AM
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Why grow a beard, taking advance for next year playoffs?
To camouflage long growing nose hairs?

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07-21-2008, 11:29 AM
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Well, jumping off that bridge (PJC) would require a lot of athletic skills nowadays with those metal fences... I just wonder why people never thought of actually jump ON the bridge. With all those cars, it's tough to miss your shot... and if you really want to end with a bang, well, that's maybe the best way. Meh.
I don't want to end anything, I'm just supporting a friend, I think he's ok for now, so hopefully, no giant leaps.

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07-21-2008, 11:46 AM
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To camouflage long growing nose hairs?
I thought that moustache was used for this purpose...

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I don't want to end anything, I'm just supporting a friend, I think he's ok for now, so hopefully, no giant leaps.
Just try to convince him that dying of old days is the better way to go. So underrated...


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07-21-2008, 11:56 AM
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I thought that moustache was used for this purpose...
True, but sometimes the hairs just grow too damn long.

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07-21-2008, 12:04 PM
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True, but sometimes the hairs just grow too damn long.
If so, just go Dreadlocks Style. Never gets old.

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If so, just go Dreadlocks Style. Never gets old.
Interesting solution, I'll definitely keep that in mind.

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07-21-2008, 12:34 PM
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Interesting solution, I'll definitely keep that in mind.
What's fun is that you can tie them into a little bow in the back of your head when they're really too long. So cute.

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What's fun is that you can tie them into a little bow in the back of your head when they're really too long. So cute.
So what? I can do that with my beard!

Top 5 reasons to grow a beard:

1. Warm winters (if they are long enough, they can be used as earmuffs too!)
2. Look wiser (Dumbledore, Gandalf, and other great men like for example me)
3. No morning shaving (though I wouldn't know).
4. Leftovers (in case you are stuck in a desert or the bathroom or something)
5. Hiding spot (it is a known fact that Jews in 1940's Germany used to hide their children in their beards, which is why there are so many concentration camp survivors still alive today).

Also, you can do so MANY things with beards. You can tie them in a bow, put dreadlocks on them, make several mohawks going across your face so you look like one a powertool from the back of my shed. You can color them white, blue, and to impress someone (like a girlfriend or wife for her birthday) you can light it on fire.

They are so much fun my sister is even growing one.

Johan Sedin, the third Sedin triplet, isn't.

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07-21-2008, 01:33 PM
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I like 4 of your 5 points Brisebois. I don't care about warm winters or not, in fact, I love winter, so that one would be a non-factor.

No need to grow a full beard though. Those who know me, know what I'm talking about. Those who don't, should.

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07-21-2008, 04:59 PM
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No need to grow a full beard though. Those who know me, know what I'm talking about. Those who don't, should.
Why, are you from Chernobyl?

Johan Sedin once played against a Chernobylized goalie. Couldn't score.

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07-21-2008, 10:13 PM
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Why, are you from Chernobyl?

Johan Sedin once played against a Chernobylized goalie. Couldn't score.
With all those extra arms and legs from that Chernobylized goalie, who'd expect him to score?

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07-22-2008, 03:40 AM
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Just comes to show us:

Never underestimate nuclear power!

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Rabbi Brisebois,

If there was a crumb on the table and you cut it in half, would you have two crumbs or two halves of a crumb?

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Rabbi Brisebois,

If there was a crumb on the table and you cut it in half, would you have two crumbs or two halves of a crumb?
Never underestimate the effects of nuclear power on a dog as well, it seems.

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Cycling from Ottawa to Sherbrooke

Hey guys, I thought I'd post this here instead of the main page (I don't think the mods like me as it is, being the regular hfboards-law-breaker that I am).

I am biking (bicycle, not motorcycle) from Ottawa to Sherbrooke and thinking about going through Montreal. I've done the trip before (from Ottawa to Montreal), but I'd like to avoid the city altogether this time, since, as you can imagine, it's quite scary when you're on a bike with big bags of gear riding along semi's and the crazy Montreal motorists.

My father has recommended going through Valleyfield, but I don't see a straight route from Ottawa to there. I also thought about taking the subway from Laval to Longueuil so as to bypass downtown.

Any thoughts? I'm asking because a lot of you live in Montreal or around there. Some may be cyclists themselves.

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07-22-2008, 02:33 PM
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Rabbi Brisebois,

If there was a crumb on the table and you cut it in half, would you have two crumbs or two halves of a crumb?
Good question, and very relevant too, since Johan Sedin just did that with the daily portion of food I gave him!

The answer is: 2 crumbs, since each would then have its own unique taste (think if one side of knife had some butter residue on it).

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Good question, and very relevant too, since Johan Sedin just did that with the daily portion of food I gave him!

The answer is: 2 crumbs, since each would then have its own unique taste (think if one side of knife had some butter residue on it).
So, Rabbi Brisebois, uniqueness of taste is what defines a crumb then?

If then two crumbs taste the same are they really the same crumb? Do they know that there exists another crumb that is simultaneously same and distinct from them? If so, does the one hurt when the other hurts?

I have so many questions and so much to learn Rabbi Brisebois.

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07-22-2008, 05:23 PM
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So, Rabbi Brisebois, uniqueness of taste is what defines a crumb then?

If then two crumbs taste the same are they really the same crumb? Do they know that there exists another crumb that is simultaneously same and distinct from them? If so, does the one hurt when the other hurts?

I have so many questions and so much to learn Rabbi Brisebois.
Just eat the damn crumbs!

P.S. Can you pass me the Tums?

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Just eat the damn crumbs!
Oh, I was only speaking metaphorically Rabbi Brisebois.

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Weird. No thread about the impact qualifying for the CONCACAF.

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Oh, I was only speaking metaphorically Rabbi Brisebois.
Ah, it must be my indigestion

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