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01-27-2013, 03:28 AM
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Ha, I feel your pain, and thus I have no worthwhile advice.

But maybe u did break the ice.
Maybe. I guess I'll know more on Monday.

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Never really liked the taste of coffee. Love the smell though.

More of a tea drinker.
I love a good tea. The caffeine in coffee is just too raw for me. I don't mind the taste, but it makes me crash after a couple hours. I don't need it in the morning to stay awake, so I don't bother.

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01-27-2013, 10:52 AM
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Drinking coffee is bad for you, I'm glad I never started. It helps that I think it tastes gross. Oddly enough, however, I like coffee ice cream.
It's actually good for you in moderation.

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Speaking of ****** energy stuff, Scott, I still have that British stuff Tottenham left behind in my cabinet. Still scared to try it
The 5 hour energy type sized bottle? Or was it something else? I remember having the energy shot, and the granola bars... at the same time. I didn't die or anything, but I was a little on edge after taking it. Probably half my fault, probably half because of the stuff itself.

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5 hour energy doesn't do jack ****. At least to me. Kind of expensive too.

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Coffee haters?

It's ok, I'm doing my part.
None of that flavored, sugary, ice cold, chocolate drizzled "coffee", though. Gross.

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The 5 hour energy type sized bottle? Or was it something else? I remember having the energy shot, and the granola bars... at the same time. I didn't die or anything, but I was a little on edge after taking it. Probably half my fault, probably half because of the stuff itself.
It's like a gel. Same company though

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It's like a gel. Same company though
Unless the thing in the 5 hour energy sized bottle was a gel, I don't have/didn't have that one. I would be pretty creeped out. I already am just thinking of a "gel"

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Coffee is a gift from the Gods. Right up there with beer, wine, and really good whiskey.

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It's actually good for you in moderation.
That's what they say about everything that is bad for you.

First rule of toxicology: In excess amounts, literally everything is toxic.

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That's what they say about everything that is bad for you.

First rule of toxicology: In excess amounts, literally everything is toxic.
For all we know, oxygen is toxic after long-term exposure and just takes between 60 to 120 years to fully kill us. /conspiracy

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For all we know, oxygen is toxic after long-term exposure and just takes between 60 to 120 years to fully kill us. /conspiracy
It's very possible. Oxygen is normally a very corrosive gas, just look at metal rusting.

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Are you including the area code? You have to from cell phones now...
everybody knows this. we did spend 3 weeks in area code camp, after all..

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everybody knows this. we did spend 3 weeks in area code camp, after all..
Your making less sense then usual...

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For all we know, oxygen is toxic after long-term exposure and just takes between 60 to 120 years to fully kill us. /conspiracy
faster than that; especially at pressure

hyperoxia & oxygen toxicity

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Your making less sense then usual...
he's suffering from hypoxia - the opposite effect.

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Your making less sense then usual...
what if, instead of area code camp, I had said 'everybody knows this, especially because of the leaflets they dropped from the space shuttle' ?

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01-28-2013, 01:20 PM
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what if, instead of area code camp, I had said 'everybody knows this, especially because of the leaflets they dropped from the space shuttle' ?
Well, yeah, that would make way more sense.


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So I had my first two team practices as a puck-collecting assistant this weekend. It was quite amazing, drills, drills, drills in high tempo. I'm just trying to pick up as much as I can, such good drills for breakouts, regroup, gap control, the whole thing. Such a gift that landed in my lap really.

Also got a lot of shooting done, since they had three goalies and while the other two were busy in the drills I was shooting on the third guy. Got very pissed though that I mistakenly grabbed my reserve stick from the car, which is a 100 flex, WAY too hard for me so my shots were pretty labored to say the least.

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So I had my first two team practices as a puck-collecting assistant this weekend. It was quite amazing, drills, drills, drills in high tempo. I'm just trying to pick up as much as I can, such good drills for breakouts, regroup, gap control, the whole thing. Such a gift that landed in my lap really.

Also got a lot of shooting done, since they had three goalies and while the other two were busy in the drills I was shooting on the third guy. Got very pissed though that I mistakenly grabbed my reserve stick from the car, which is a 100 flex, WAY too hard for me so my shots were pretty labored to say the least.
http://www.amazon.com/The-Hockey-Han...ockey+handbook

Go buy this now.

Also, I don't know when the sessions will be, but find out when you can take the USA Hockey coaching certificate courses. They give you a TON of great material... If you want more info on that, drop me a PM.

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Well, yeah, that would make way more sense.

what if i prefaced all of that by saying 'this is a token reference to a particularly yellow animated family, and the hilarious hijinx experienced by the father upon learning that he now has to dial an area code'? and also, that The Who is in the episode? and i also supplemented that by saying 'this is a quote from the simpsons'

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what if i prefaced all of that by saying 'this is a token reference to a particularly yellow animated family, and the hilarious hijinx experienced by the father upon learning that he now has to dial an area code'? and also, that The Who is in the episode? and i also supplemented that by saying 'this is a quote from the simpsons'
Yeah, with the giant wall of junk they build between the town? Gotcha.

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http://www.amazon.com/The-Hockey-Han...ockey+handbook

Go buy this now.

Also, I don't know when the sessions will be, but find out when you can take the USA Hockey coaching certificate courses. They give you a TON of great material... If you want more info on that, drop me a PM.
This I am buying NOW. Looks fantastic.

Did you do the online certificate? I tried, but they are closed down for the moment. I will take the first one as soon as I can.

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This I am buying NOW. Looks fantastic.

Did you do the online certificate? I tried, but they are closed down for the moment. I will take the first one as soon as I can.
No, I took a class. It's not required for all leagues and everything, but you can only do 1 level a year, so you're better off starting now and working your way just in case. At least, that's the majority of why I started. You do like 8 hours in person being lectured and then you do these age-specific modules on line where you watch videos/read stuff and take a quiz at the end. It took me like 2 weeks to finish that portion. It's a lot of work.

More info: http://www.usahockey.com/coaches/coaches.aspx

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