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01-12-2013, 12:30 AM
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01-12-2013, 12:45 AM
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Agree with MH. Saying Backes is more than PPG is like when we couldn't find the tree in NYC, and when we all went full retard

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01-12-2013, 12:47 AM
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Agree with MH. Saying Backes is more than PPG is like when we couldn't find the tree in NYC, and when we all went full retard
Even worse. It's when I called my dad and he went double-tard.

"Where's the tree dad?"

"Rockefeller Center"


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01-12-2013, 12:50 AM
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01-12-2013, 12:56 AM
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01-12-2013, 01:08 AM
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Even worse. It's when I called my dad and he went double-tard.

"Where's the tree dad?"

"Rockefeller Center"

You guys couldn't find the tree?

You really don't know your way around the city if you don't know where rockefeller center is.

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01-12-2013, 02:57 AM
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I say we unleash Bob at Vidic15 the next time he attacks Pat AKA NYGRYK21.

Bob Richards hasn't been fed for awhile.

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You guys couldn't find the tree?

You really don't know your way around the city if you don't know where rockefeller center is.
We were there, in the area (by the NHL Store)

We knew the tree was like 2 blocks away, but not which direction

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01-12-2013, 09:05 AM
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01-12-2013, 09:46 AM
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Sooo... I'm gonna be a snob here for a second.

In guitar stores, Sweet Child O Mine is today's version of Stairway to Heaven or Smoke on the Water. Serious musicians don't play it. No one wants to hear it.

And also, really Hank? A Dean guitar? Really? Have some class.

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01-12-2013, 09:58 AM
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Sooo... I'm gonna be a snob here for a second.

In guitar stores, Sweet Child O Mine is today's version of Stairway to Heaven or Smoke on the Water. Serious musicians don't play it. No one wants to hear it.

And also, really Hank? A Dean guitar? Really? Have some class.
You are being that guy, but I personally think the riff to Seven Nation Army is the modern equivalent ringing through guitar shops. Fine with me, it's awesome!

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01-12-2013, 10:02 AM
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I work in a guitar store every day. I never hear Seven Nations Army.

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01-12-2013, 10:09 AM
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Really? Odd. It's always referred to as that. I mean, it must be one of the most pure rock songs of the last decade.

Either way, I thought Hank did a great job. He deserved more than a minute spot, but I hope it creates a small increase in ratings for their first game.

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He played it wrong Stick to hockey Hank

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Yeah a little dissapointed in song choice but hey he can't be the best in the world at THREE things, that would just be too unfair haha

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That's still pretty bad. Oh well, gotta learn somehow. I guess I definitely remember when I couldn't navigate as well, it just feels like it was so long ago now. But then I also don't feel as old as I am.

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01-12-2013, 10:47 AM
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I asked in the jersey thread but only got two responses, one which said "all of them are good" and one "Staal" so I'll ask here, and I want your own opinions, not "all of them are good". I just bought a new authentic and I'm torn between getting Staal, McDonagh and Girardi on it. I would lean towards Girardi, but I've never owned or worn a single digit jersey and I'm not sure how I feel about it. McDonagh is probably my favorite of the bunch (slim, slim margin) but I feel his jersey is rapidly becoming extremely popular. I see a lot less Staal, which is appealing to me, and even less Girardi (I love having a "unique" jersey). Staal has the A which also appeals to me.

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Pretty sure he didn't pick the song, Fallon probably did.

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01-12-2013, 11:00 AM
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I asked in the jersey thread but only got two responses, one which said "all of them are good" and one "Staal" so I'll ask here, and I want your own opinions, not "all of them are good". I just bought a new authentic and I'm torn between getting Staal, McDonagh and Girardi on it. I would lean towards Girardi, but I've never owned or worn a single digit jersey and I'm not sure how I feel about it. McDonagh is probably my favorite of the bunch (slim, slim margin) but I feel his jersey is rapidly becoming extremely popular. I see a lot less Staal, which is appealing to me, and even less Girardi (I love having a "unique" jersey). Staal has the A which also appeals to me.
didnt you ask this already? anyways I'd go with McD. I already have a Staal jersey (because they were out of stock of McD) Im probably getting the 85th jersey though

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I asked in the jersey thread but only got two responses, one which said "all of them are good" and one "Staal" so I'll ask here, and I want your own opinions, not "all of them are good". I just bought a new authentic and I'm torn between getting Staal, McDonagh and Girardi on it. I would lean towards Girardi, but I've never owned or worn a single digit jersey and I'm not sure how I feel about it. McDonagh is probably my favorite of the bunch (slim, slim margin) but I feel his jersey is rapidly becoming extremely popular. I see a lot less Staal, which is appealing to me, and even less Girardi (I love having a "unique" jersey). Staal has the A which also appeals to me.
I have a white Staal, and its my favourite jersey I own.

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01-12-2013, 11:08 AM
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Pretty sure he didn't pick the song, Fallon probably did.

Ya think? I'm pretty sure it was supposed to be HUMOROUS that he was playing sweet child o' mine. Jeez, people NEED to lighten up. We need some hockey, ASAP.

...wait, like that's going to get people to lighten up; tensions will be as high as ever as soon as games start and we disagree on... everything.

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