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09-30-2013, 09:53 PM
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Hey man, we're going to make a boatload of money with the iPhone stache simulator app. November's gonna be our breakout month, I feel it!

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09-30-2013, 09:55 PM
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Amazing GDT.

Prediction: 4-1 Habs

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09-30-2013, 10:37 PM
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Roy at it again! What an AMAZING GDT!!!
If the habs put just 25% of the effort you put on this GDT it's a win!

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Great GDT...respect. Hoping for a competitive season ahead. Having said that I predict 4-3 Toronto ot win...

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09-30-2013, 11:34 PM
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As everyone else has already said on here, fabulous GDT!
So excited hockey's back! I say Habs win 5-2...
At least I hope!

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Excellent (loser's) GDT


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09-30-2013, 11:59 PM
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Terrible GDT. It's one of the worst I've ever seen.
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10-01-2013, 12:02 AM
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I have a huge dilemma guys.

I have an exam Friday and haven't started studying for it, and my teacher is known for making really tough exams. Like, tougher than the Bruins.

I therefore have to start studying for it. Sadly, the only way I can be motivated to study is by staying at university. If I stay at university tomorrow, I obviously miss the game because I'd take the bus at 9:45PM.

So... Habs home opener against TML or studying ?

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10-01-2013, 12:04 AM
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So... Habs home opener against TML or studying ?
Weak...

You can study whenever you want. You can fail your exam and do it again.

But Habs-Leafs 2013 opener happens only once. Habs can NOT fail!

The choice is obvious.

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10-01-2013, 12:08 AM
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Weak...

You can study whenever you want. But Habs-Leafs 2013 opener happens only once.

The choice is obvious.
No it is not. My exam is in 4 days. I have 5 "chapters" to cover, each with about 20 exercises to do. 30 exercises of between 5 and 15 minutes each. And also, some reading to do and I have to revise my CEGEP stuff because our teacher does her exams as if we master this stuff at 100% already. That's about 17 hours of exercises and I plan to revise CÉGEP for 3 hours and read the textbook which would be another 2-3 hours. 23 hours in just 4 days.

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10-01-2013, 12:19 AM
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No it is not. My exam is in 4 days. I have 5 "chapters" to cover, each with about 20 exercises to do. 30 exercises of between 5 and 15 minutes each. And also, some reading to do and I have to revise my CEGEP stuff because our teacher does her exams as if we master this stuff at 100% already. That's about 17 hours of exercises and I plan to revise CÉGEP for 3 hours and read the textbook which would be another 2-3 hours. 23 hours in just 4 days.
Then stop wasting time writing on a bloody forum when you should be studying!

Tomorrow stay at the university, study as much as you need to, stay away from any and all news outlet that could spoil the score and when you come home, watch Canadiens Express before going to sleep. Only costs you one hour in your day and you'll need to unwind anyway.

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No it is not. My exam is in 4 days. I have 5 "chapters" to cover, each with about 20 exercises to do. 30 exercises of between 5 and 15 minutes each. And also, some reading to do and I have to revise my CEGEP stuff because our teacher does her exams as if we master this stuff at 100% already. That's about 17 hours of exercises and I plan to revise CÉGEP for 3 hours and read the textbook which would be another 2-3 hours. 23 hours in just 4 days.

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No it is not. My exam is in 4 days. I have 5 "chapters" to cover, each with about 20 exercises to do. 30 exercises of between 5 and 15 minutes each. And also, some reading to do and I have to revise my CEGEP stuff because our teacher does her exams as if we master this stuff at 100% already. That's about 17 hours of exercises and I plan to revise CÉGEP for 3 hours and read the textbook which would be another 2-3 hours. 23 hours in just 4 days.
you can retake a class.
you can't relive a party or a habs game

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Wait........ NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I have a 3 hour lecture starting at the same time as the game!!!!!!!!

**** econ, I'm streaming the game live.
you can skip a lecture im sure your prof would understand religious reasons.

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Huge amount of detail. Humorous and ironic. Visually sophisticated. Great theme, and consistent. You get an A+ in any art school. Really well done. 'Upside down picture of the day' Fantastic.

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you can retake a class.
you can't relive a party or a habs game
Exactly. A class is, essentially, a reversible thing.

Habs games are IRREVERSIBLE! HAPPENS ONLY ONCE!

How long do we have to explain?



No, seriously, just do a blitz of studying and then watch the game.

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10-01-2013, 12:57 AM
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I have a huge dilemma guys.

I have an exam Friday and haven't started studying for it, and my teacher is known for making really tough exams. Like, tougher than the Bruins.

I therefore have to start studying for it. Sadly, the only way I can be motivated to study is by staying at university. If I stay at university tomorrow, I obviously miss the game because I'd take the bus at 9:45PM.

So... Habs home opener against TML or studying ?
Study you muppet. It's obvious. Think long term.

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10-01-2013, 01:03 AM
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only nerds think in long term

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10-01-2013, 01:07 AM
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you can skip a lecture im sure your prof would understand religious reasons.
That's just... I know I would understand!

But then again, you've got to be careful. Wearing a Habs shirt could soon be seen as an ostentatious religious sign...


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10-01-2013, 01:17 AM
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Humorous and ironic.
More like ''Humongous'' and ''Beeg''.

Good job, Roy Munson

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Lost it at "Prices five hole spills the beans" .

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I have a huge dilemma guys.

I have an exam Friday and haven't started studying for it, and my teacher is known for making really tough exams. Like, tougher than the Bruins.

I therefore have to start studying for it. Sadly, the only way I can be motivated to study is by staying at university. If I stay at university tomorrow, I obviously miss the game because I'd take the bus at 9:45PM.

So... Habs home opener against TML or studying ?
How about you record the game?
You can also download it for a torrent later.

The real question here is:
Do you need to see this in real time?

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For the sake of my back, I will not stay at university. Because it means I would have to bring my 2 giant math textbooks + my binder along with my giant thermodynamics textbook + my binder and my geophysics notebook + binder at school tomorrow.

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Gonna try to motivate myself to study before the game a little, and after. 2 hours before game, 2 hours after, gives about the same time I would've studied had I stayed at school.

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