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01-01-2006, 10:06 PM
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No Blake and Other Thoughts

I attended the Avs/Yotes game last night and with all of the talk about Blake recently, I watched him closely. They guy has definitely lost a step of two. Please DT & TL, do not, I repeat, do not, bring this guy back.

New Phoenix arena: Save your $$ and don't go. Should LA meet Phoenix in the playoffs, there's no way I'd go back to the place. It would be more comfortable watching on TV at home. The building has a small footprint which has resulted in a really steep vertical interior. They crammed as many seats as possible into the place, so unless you are 4'8", 98 lbs, it's not too comfortable. And before comments start, I'm 5'8", 125 lbs., not exactly oversize. The upper section seats are, hang on here, $50. The lower bowl seats are the same size and cost even more. Insane. We were also somewhat shocked to see that they tried to build the place as bare bones as possible. The site will eventually house the Cardinals stadium as well as retail and offices. According to the renderings, the site should be really nice, so why the hockey arena was built as it is, is something that defies comprehension

And yes Kings fans, there's something in this world almost as annoying as those duck calls at the Puddle. Picture an arena full of adults and children HOWLING throughout the game. Still makes me shudder.

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C'mon, ILuvLA, we know you pine for Blake. You're just too embarrassed to share your true feelings. Give in...

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C'mon, ILuvLA, we know you pine for Blake. You're just too embarrassed to share your true feelings. Give in...
Oh pluleeezee. It is New Years Day - are you still hung over?

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Osprey has a Blake shrine in every room of his house.

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Ah, so THAT explains it!

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And Reaper should know.....he gets to spend the night there often.

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No, that would be JT_Dutch... but what I do have in every room is a Modry-on-a-rope piñata

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Picture an arena full of adults and children HOWLING throughout the game. Still makes me shudder.

Hahaha, that sounds quite painful.

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I would listen to adults howl.

I would listen to adults slap their arms together acting like they are shark fins.

I would listen to adults make cosmic sounds if that's how they support their Stars.

But listening to adults making a Duck call is only less painful than hearing Helen Keller try to sing the Star Spangled Banner.

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