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10-10-2012, 12:09 AM
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http://www.spirithalloween.com/

Pretty sure they'll have it. There's a few locations.
This.

There's also a place on west pender. Not sure the cross road, but if you go on west pender and Granville and walk east along pender (north side of the street) and keep going you'll eventually get to a place that sells those kinda of suits. I really wish I could remember exactly where, but I recall they had those suits displayed in the window so you'd be able to see them.

...if you get to Carrall you've gone too far.

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10-10-2012, 01:27 AM
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Hey, got any grapes?

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10-10-2012, 12:20 PM
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It's not that bad, is it?
Not bad but a little too easy. I'd love to see you try & make a lockout song to "Woman is the N***** of the World"


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Not as bad as how much Imagine17 enjoys Lennon. That won't be phrased properly ever but what I'm trying to say is that Imagine17 really likes Lennon so yeah.
Its true...

This makes me ask the question:

If you guys were forced to choose between music or hockey & had that as your entertainment for the rest of your life which one would you choose?


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I can live without hockey but I can't live without music so I'd have to choose music.

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Just having a think about casinos and something bubbled up from the past.

Anyone ever seen Run Lola Run? I think it was that film. There's a scene where the local mob use a casino to launder money. They go to the roulette table and put half on red, half on black and that makes whatever they win legal. Or something. It's been a while.

What do you think they do if it lands on 0?

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10-10-2012, 01:02 PM
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Not bad but a little too easy. I'd love to see you try & make a lockout song to "Woman is the N***** of the World"



Its true...

This makes me ask the question:

If you guys were forced to choose between music or hockey & had that as your entertainment for the rest of your life which one would you choose?
Hmm it's possible but I would probably be banned almost immediately

I don't think I could live without hockey. Very very tough question though. Music is great for relaxation and setting the mood for whatever you're doing, but I just don't get as excited for music as I do about certain events in hockey.

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10-10-2012, 02:57 PM
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Hmm it's possible but I would probably be banned almost immediately

I don't think I could live without hockey. Very very tough question though. Music is great for relaxation and setting the mood for whatever you're doing, but I just don't get as excited for music as I do about certain events in hockey.
The more I think about it the more of a possibility it could be... "The Players are the N****** of the Hockey World" ?
Also I'm sure if you reasoned it like this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYjEz441I4M (2:00 in)

you wouldn't get an immediate ban.


Also my answer would be music. The biggest factor is that my music has never let me down or made me feel as sad as hockey has (Im looking at you Game 7 SCF). No matter what music is going to make me happy & can cheer me up but with hockey it is all depending on the outcome of the game. In saying that hockey will always win when it comes to excitement, I have never been as excited as I was after Burrows Game 7 OT goal vs the Hawks..... but when I found out Paul McCartney was coming to Vancouver that was as close as I've come to matching that level.

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10-10-2012, 10:35 PM
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Its true...

This makes me ask the question:

If you guys were forced to choose between music or hockey & had that as your entertainment for the rest of your life which one would you choose?
I can't have both? This isn't fair. Honestly, if I had to eliminate either one I don't think that would be a life worth living.

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Raul Ibanez ties the game with a solo HR in the 9th, then hits the walk-off HR in the 12th.


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Raul Ibanez ties the game with a solo HR in the 9th, then hits the walk-off HR in the 12th.


....****.
It was a performance for the ages, amazingly clutch on the biggest stage an athlete can be on, Yankee Stadium in October.

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10-11-2012, 12:41 AM
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http://gossipingpens.wordpress.com/2...-in-vancouver/

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This really upsets me. What a joke.

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At least she was dumb enough to write her name. Hopefully she is found, and gets a bucket off soapwater and a sponge.

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At least she was dumb enough to write her name. Hopefully she is found, and gets a bucket off soapwater and a sponge.
Better, fine her and use it to help with mindcheck.

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10-11-2012, 04:03 AM
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Better, fine her and use it to help with mindcheck.
This is a better idea than anyone on Twitter bashing the girl has said.

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10-11-2012, 06:24 AM
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Tonight I witnessed a level of entertainment in two different baseball games that the NHL has failed to match in a very long time. The more this lockout goes on the more I realize the Americans have it right. Nfl and MLB are premier leagues, NHL is a fringe league. Im starting to think I only watch hockey because I've grown up with it. It's not a good tv sport and i can't afford to buy tickets to go see a game live anymore so why do I support it? Ive talked to lots of others that feel the same way. They better end this lockout soon because they are losing me more and more day by day. Just wish we had an NFL or MLB team in this city to support, they actually play their seasons, in entirety, every single year.

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10-11-2012, 07:17 AM
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I assume everyone has heard of Marx's "religion is the opiate of the masses" line. Sometimes I think our new opiate is sport as we argue and obsess about that 100x more than we do about politics. When something like the lockout happens we all seem to go into withdrawal or switch our particular drug of choice for a new one.

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10-11-2012, 10:49 AM
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This is a better idea than anyone on Twitter bashing the girl has said.
The bad of twitter, giving stupid idiots a voice.

What that girl did was wrong but what these faceless bullies did on twitter just makes it worse.

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10-11-2012, 01:07 PM
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10-11-2012, 01:14 PM
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The bad of twitter, giving stupid idiots a voice.

What that girl did was wrong but what these faceless bullies did on twitter just makes it worse.
Maybe people on twitter who are voicing their displeasure are just sick of idiots like that girl doing stupid things like defacing a memorial? Just a thought.

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10-11-2012, 04:58 PM
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Maybe people on twitter who are voicing their displeasure are just sick of idiots like that girl doing stupid things like defacing a memorial? Just a thought.
Voicing displeasure is one thing, but some of the tweets that were directed towards that girl are horrible and just as bad. I'm not defending the girl but what she had to put up with after the fact was far beyond the relm of acceptable.

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Voicing displeasure is one thing, but some of the tweets that were directed towards that girl are horrible and just as bad. I'm not defending the girl but what she had to put up with after the fact was far beyond the relm of acceptable.
I haven't seen the twitter comments so I can't really comment; however, I can honestly say that is something that will never happen to me. I don't just walk around writing stupid things on random walls.

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Are we allowed to talk about David Booth's latest hunting picture? HOLY CRAP that Goat is big.

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10-11-2012, 05:17 PM
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Are we allowed to talk about David Booth's latest hunting picture? HOLY CRAP that Goat is big.
He's getting Simran Mann level of outcry every time he posts.

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He's getting Simran Mann level of outcry every time he posts.
Haters gonna hate. Personally I admire how open Booth is about who he is. Fans want athletes to be more open and honest about their lives away from sports but it's hard to when whatever they do they get chastized and hated upon when they do.

People need to accept the fact that athletes are people just like the rest of us with opinions and hobbies that may or may not align with what your opinions and hobbies are.

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