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12-12-2008, 12:00 PM
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"ice melt" is a wonderful product...

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12-12-2008, 01:10 PM
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Oy, I'd like to think Joe would be smarter than my former step-father in not having a northfacing drive way. He probably is, because I doubt he designed the home that way... in the mountains.

At least it means a three-month break from "Sakic would love to finish his career in Vancouver."

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12-12-2008, 03:19 PM
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Didn't you say the exact same thing in regards to Q last season?
I may have. Look how that turned out. :-)

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12-12-2008, 03:23 PM
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You mean Griese getting punched in the face by Trevor Pryce?
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Griese tripping over his dog and Barmes being injured carrying deer meat immediately came to my mind.
Jake Plummer was the one who tripped over his dog and sprained or broke his ankle.

Brian Griese said he fell and tripped and broke his face running down TD's driveway after a party, but Al Wilson had punched him in the face.

Barmes used that story as a cover up too for flipping his ATV/four wheeler in the woods.

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12-13-2008, 09:46 AM
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Actually, if I remember correctly, their driveway is kind of northeast aspect in some shade, so it might not be that quick. I was driving past his street today, and I almost turned down to see if his driveway was, like, half snowy and half clear. Maybe I'll be more voyeuristic tomorrow.
Given the weather we're about to endure over the next several days, maybe you can just pop over and make sure someone else is handling Joe's walkway this week?

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12-13-2008, 10:33 AM
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Given the weather we're about to endure over the next several days, maybe you can just pop over and make sure someone else is handling Joe's walkway this week?
He and Smyth live on the same street, so assuming Ryan doesn't do his own (I doubt he does, a lot more concrete at his house), he should just send the workers down to Joe's house.

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The "truth" about the accident......

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12-15-2008, 09:44 AM
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"ice melt" is a wonderful product...
Might have to make use of that this time.

Nothing like a brisk -19 F overnight to kick start the day!

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12-15-2008, 09:53 AM
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Might have to make use of that this time.

Nothing like a brisk -19 F overnight to kick start the day!
Wow! Greetings from a relatively balmy Fairbanks y'all. (It's only -10F today.)

[edit...Had to throw in some useless trivia...Did y'all know that there is only one time where you don't have to designate between degrees F and C? The two temperature scales cross at 40 below. And yes...we do spend a fair amount of the year hovering around that point here.]

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