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#3761595 A H L Discussion

Posted bigguyren68 on 27 September 2017 - 07:20 AM

Killing some time looking at old commercials.

AHL commercial from the 1990's

This is your brain

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This is drugs

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This is your brain on drugs

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#3761022 The Hottest Of Takes

Posted SuitedAces21 on 05 September 2017 - 04:41 AM

View PostEssay21, on 18 September 2015 - 08:03 AM, said:

donald trump running for president is the beginning of the end of America.

looks like someone was in on the ground floor here.

#3760915 A H L Discussion

Posted Untilted on 30 August 2017 - 04:05 PM

Sad day in Broadwayville. We say goodbye to an original member
Mats Zuccarello was there from day one and was an intricate part of all 7 playoff seasons
Its time to move forward but today we say thank you to Mr Broadway Blue "Mats Zuccarello"
The official press release of the trade reads as follows:

To the Delicious: Mats Zuccarello, Joonas Donkey and $.50 in cash
To Broadway: 1st rd 2017 (PK Dealers), 2nd rd 2017 (PuckWarfare), Arten Anisimov, Evgeni Malkin and Steven Stamkos

Broadway's fans where super excited to learn the possibility of Stamkos in a Broadway uniform for 17/18 but there enthusiasm was short lived after they realized they mixed up AHL and FCHL rules and thought Steven was a tier 4. Oh well

#3760887 Game Of Thrones

Posted hank213 on 29 August 2017 - 04:30 PM

View PostDubey, on 29 August 2017 - 02:55 PM, said:

well, it's better than:

multiple episodes of scenes hinting that there is a major rift between Sansa and Arya helped along by Littlefinger, followed by:

"I charge you with murder and treason..."


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*double gasp!*


#3760757 The 100 Greatest Comedies Of All Time From The B B C

Posted BigDMcGee on 25 August 2017 - 08:57 AM

South Park is the second greatest satire after Dr Strangelove, it should be much higher

#3760448 Recreation Hockey League

Posted Babying on 14 August 2017 - 07:42 PM

My last weekend was spent at the ballparks for my girls. My older daughter played on Saturday and my younger one played on Sunday.

The Saturday started out pretty wild. Our first game was against Windsor. Back and forward game but we were able to tie the game in the bottom of the inning. We had a girl on 3rd and for some reason she ran to try and steal home plate (she is not fast). I was right behind the plate and the ball beat her easy but the tag was close. The ump called her safe and our team freaked. The head coach from Windsor lost it. He screamed at the Ump and belittle him. Also told him he is done umping, etc. He then told his girls not to shake our hands. We than had to leave the diamond for another diamond. I went to the car and the Windsor coach was standing next to his car and yelling at his daughter (she was the pitcher and is very good). The coach yelled at his crying daughter saying she is done. She is not pitching anymore today. She actually did pitch and they came in 3rd place.

Our team however won our next 2 games easy. My daughter is still struggling at the plate and striking out. We head into the semis and it did not start out good. They got 7 runs in the top of the first. Our team was dejected. However we scored 7 runs ourselves with my daughter getting the 7th rbi on a sharp grounder to 2nd. The game was close throughout when my daughter came up. Girls on 2nd and 3rd and 2 out. She hit a hard liner right up the middle and to the fence. She is fast so it was an easy home run. We eventually won easy.

In the finals against Brampton, she came up to bat with girls on 1st and 3rd. She hit one that had the left fielder just turn around and run back as it went over her head. I absolutely freaked. The game however got really close as Brampton was able to tie it with 4 runs in the top of the last inning. We were at the bottom of the battling order and the first 2 girls got out fast. The next one got a double and the next girl hit a single for us to get a walk off win.

The team of 13-14 year old girls were thrilled as were the parents. Best tournament we have ever played. The best part of it was that on Sunday my wife and I hosted a team party. Needless to say the girls were still pumped and we all got to sit back and enjoy the victory. Otto came by to get some extra food. I told him to get going since I don't think it would be appropriate to have a 20 year old guy with 13/14 year old girls in swimming suits.

My younger daughter had her tournament on the Sunday. I felt a complete letdown since we were on such a high the Saturday. I feel the younger daughter can have a good team if the coach played to win instead of using his daughter and another girl as pitchers (they both stink). But hey I am not the coach and never will be so I remain silent. The funny part is I was speaking with one of the moms. I told her that Otto was going to pick up my daughter since I have to prep for the party. She immediately said don't I will drive my daughter home. I than find out that she has 5 kids ranging from 13-3 years old. I told my wife and she said the reason she has 5 kids is because she shows her assets. I think the younger team is getting stronger since we have the addition of 2 stronger girls come back from summer vacation.

The issue now is when the provincials occur in 2 weeks. Both of my girls have it on the same weekend. So either I am heading to either Brampton or Brantford while my wife goes to the other one.

#3760445 Game Of Thrones

Posted BigDMcGee on 14 August 2017 - 07:18 PM

Shit is moving too fast, After years of going to slow, now they are trying to jam shit in.

#3760329 Game Of Thrones

Posted BigDMcGee on 08 August 2017 - 10:13 AM

I want the series to end with the 7 kingdom's under the heel of the night king. I want the last shot of the series be the night king, on the back of a Skeleton Dragon (formerly Drogon), is flying, with his Lich Bride Cersei, across the narrow sea ( The White walkers fear water, if you recall, but a zombie dragon could fly them over it)

#3760221 Off Off Topic: Cool Toronto People's Thread

Posted Babying on 31 July 2017 - 07:05 PM

I played golf at Caledon Golf and Country Club on Sunday. I found the course to be very nice and scenic. Never played there before and shot 43 on the front 9.

Best hole was #5, hit a 9 iron and nearly hole it. A tap in for my only birdie:


Next best hole was #9. Standing in the tee box the single who join with us said are we going to wait and go for the green. I said hell yeah we go for it. Hit my drive to the left side of the green and 3 putted for par:


Was waiting for the next hole that I read about. Hole #14. 592 yard par 5 off the top of the hill. I went first and probably my best drive all day. Hit it over the huge trees and the single said to me "hit another ball, I have never seen anyone hit over the trees and clear it". So I did and blew past 250 yards and lost the ball. We drove down the cart path and saw my ball. It was right down the middle of the fairway. Eventually scored a 6 from a bad chip shot.


However I was wondering more about this:


He had to be joy riding fast down the hill to make the cart flip over.

#3760040 Vegas Baby Vegas

Posted Dubey on 19 July 2017 - 12:47 PM


up at about 9 on Saturday Morning. quick dip in the pool with my morning coffee, facetime with the wife and kid, then back downstairs to the same breakfast spot before Darts. Darts was amazing again. There were 8 players left so they played 7 matches on Saturday (4 QF, 2 SF, 1 final). Some really great matches and another great crowd. The 2 Canadians got dusted pretty bad which was expected. Drank a lot of beers and had a really great time. I definitely want to go back again someday, and I encourage anyone who is even remotely interested in darts to try to make it there some time. Darts wrapped up around 4:30 and we headed back to the Palms to change, Grabbed some food court Pizza and placed a $50 bet on the A's to beat Cleveland (+190). There were only 3 games to choose form at that time. Played a quick session of craps with my brother and won $250. After changing, we headed to Aria where we all hopped into a poker game. My brother and I played 2/5 and I bought in for 500 and doubled up really early with AK vs AQ on an A high board. Table got pretty bad after that though and I ran into some tough spots. Slowly bled money till I left down $80 after about 5 hours. We decided we had to take Matt to a certain famous vegas establishment. I told him that he was probably going to spend whatever was in his wallet and don't go into the back room, He didn't listen to me and spent a lot of money but had an excellent time anyway. We got a table and a couple bottles of Jack and spent about 4 hours there and had a good time, but I swear I'm not going back there. It feels more and more slimy each time I go there (definitely not the first time I've said I'm never going back). needless to say, everyone's pockets were quite a bit lighter after Saturday night.

Sunday morning I miraculously didn't have a hangover and was up around 9 again. Dev and Adam were both flying out Sunday morning, so we saw them off, ordered room service for breakfast, and had a beer to clear the cobwebs, then went downstairs to cash my sports bet from the night before (boom, As won). $50 returned $145, so I pocketed the $100 and put $45 on a 2-game parlay for the angels and red sox (2nd game of double header) to win. Then headed to the Wynn to play some more poker and check another big room off the list. The new Wynn poker room (at Encore) is easily the nicest room in town. Great tables, lots of space, excellent drink service. Unfortunately, the play was kind of grindy, but I guess that's to be expected on SUnday afternoon. played there for a few hours and grinded out a $50 win while watching the Angels win a close 3-2 game. We decided to head to the Rio seafood buffet for dinner, which was pretty good, then walk over to the WSOP to see the set-up for the final few tables. It was pretty cool, though the players were on dinner break. We did watch a few hands of the little one for one drop final table and saw one of DN's VLOG main event seat winners win a big all-in on the river with AA.

After that we decided to head back to the Aria for some more poker. Got into a good 1/3 game that had more action than my 2/5 game from the night before. At one point, I raised $13 UTG with KcQc, got called on the button and the big blind. Flop was TcJsAc. I bet $25 and got one caller on the button. Turn 9c and I bet $60, and the button shoved for $240 with 6c3c. easy game. As I played I watched the red sox beat the Yankees on the screen above our table and my $45 bet returned $176. 2/2 on sports bets. Played till about midnight and won $430. My dad and Matt also had really good sessions, and erased most of their losses from the previous night's excursion. had an 11 AM flight the next day so headed back to the room for one last night sitting in the pool and drinking the rest of our duty free booze.

Woke up the next morning hangover free again (I run good), and packed up and went downstairs to cash my sports bet. Also placed a $100 bet on the Titans to win the super bowl (40/1). had 1 last degen blackjack session where I bought in for all my non-$100 bill cash ($145) and tried to run it up. Ended up getting up to $400 and had a $100 bet on there with a 6,4 against dealer's 6. I doubled and made a 20, but the dealer went T, 5 for 21 and I cashed out $200 (up $55). headed to the airport from there and back to reality.

honestly, one of the most fun Vegas trips I've had in a long time. Lots of poker, but the Darts really broke up the grind, and had a lot to drink and a lot of fun every day, and won money as a bonus.

#3760037 Random News Observations

Posted GOCUBSGO on 19 July 2017 - 10:32 AM

View PostGOCUBSGO, on 18 July 2017 - 06:46 PM, said:

Let's see how quickly Trump backtracks on the whole "let's let Obamacare fail, it will be easier" statement.

I'm guessing tomorrow. Within the week for sure. They'll throw together another awful plan that they will try to shove down everyone's throats or maybe they'll realize its hopeless and just punt all together. It's comical how bad they've bungled what should have been their biggest win.

Obamacare isn't failing fast enough for waiting to be a viable strategy. Unfortunately for them, they can't agree on how healthcare should look moving forward and refuse to work with the Dems because they know they would lose all leverage. Basically they are screwed.

Nailed it.


#3760035 Vegas Baby Vegas

Posted Dubey on 19 July 2017 - 09:30 AM


(Since Biatch asked over at FCHL. thought I'd post it here though)

Just got back on Monday from a 4-night trip. Had a blast, as usual.

The group was a little different than usual.

-Brother-in-law 1 - Matt: (My Wife's Brother) was on his first Vegas trip. I'd been promising to take him since he was 21, and he turns 24 this year. Really good guy. Plays a ton of poker, is a Leafs fan, and has just the right amount of degen in him for an enjoyable vegas trip.

-Brother-in-law 2 - Adam: (My Sister's Husband) A vegas vet. My first ever Vegas trip was with him and his buddies back when I was 22 or 23. He plays a lot of poker as well but he's a nit. Great guy and an easy person to hang around with.

-My Brother. Obviously a Vegas Vet. Likes to Gamble. Plays a lot of poker but doesn't live for it like the rest of us.

-My dad. Plays a lot of poker. Is kind of a nit. Vegas Veteran. He's been along on a few of our boys trips (the bachelor parties), so we don't have to act different or hold anything back with him around.

Arrive Thursday with just 4 of us, my Brother was coming the next Day. Head over to the Palms. First time staying there. Dev knows a guy who knows a guy who is really high up the chain at the Palms. Not sure what favours were exchanged, but somehow we got a 6,100 square foot sky Villa with a friggin swimming pool in it for FREE. The pool was on the patio and it overlooked the strip and it was awesome. Pretty much capped off every night sitting out there and having a few drinks before bed.

Made a few drinks and ordered room service, which was absurdly cheap for Vegas room service (one of the perks of staying off-strip). After a few hours at the room we headed out. I wanted Matt to see al the big Vegas rooms so we headed to Bellagio first. It was crazy jammed and unfortunately some of us were seated out at some tables in the sports book area. Overall, I was disappointed at how poorly the room was being run. Empty seats for 20+ minutes with a 30 person wait list. Generally chaotic and out of control. With that said, I got into a good game. Played very, very well. Made a couple of pretty big folds against a guy who I had a really solid read on. Made a thin value bet for about $100 against the same guy on a KT77A runout with KT. Was fairly certain he had KJ or KQ and he paid me off. Normally a spot where I just check the river but I was on my A game. Unfortunately Matt punted off a few stacks right away and was feeling pretty down. I assured him it's a Vegas right of passage to run bad on your first day of your first trip, and that it would turn around. I cashed out with a $400 profit after 4 hours or so and we headed to Noodles at Bellagio for dinner. It was great, and we decided to go check out Planet Hollywood and play a little poker there. Game was bad and it was too loud. Plus I had been up since 2:30 AM that morning because we had an early flight. I was having trouble staying awake at the table. Cashed out about even after an hour or 2 and Decided to head back to the room around midnight. Made a Crown and coke and we all sat around in the pool enjoying the sights and company for a few hours before heading to bed.

Friday Morning was up around 8. Went downstairs to a breakfast spot at the Palms called Lucky Penny or something? Service was terrible but food was, again, absurdly cheap and good. Dev's flight landed at 10:45 so we ad a few beers and just waited for him at the room. Once he arrived we headed over to the Tropicana. Had 5 tickets for the first day of the US Darts Masters PDC event which I was really looking forward to. I'm a pretty big darts nut, and I had no idea what to expect from a North American crowd. There hadn't been a major darts event in the USA since 2009, and the game has changed a lot since then. Turns out, the crowd and event was even better than I ever could have imagined. the matches on Day 1 were great. The crowd was amazing. Lots of loud cheering and chants and singing and whatnot. 2 Canadian qualifiers actually won their matches on the first day. Dave Richardson, who is a reasonably well known Canadian, beat Max Hopp, world number 40 from Germany. And a 21 year old kid named Dawson Muschell (nickname Awesome Dawson) from Medicine Hat beat the world #6 James Wade. The crowd went absolutely bananas when he hit the winning shot in the deciding leg. I had 2 tickets for the final day on Saturday, but I managed to buy some extras from a New Brunswick couple we were sitting next to, since everyone agreed that they wanted to come back again the next day. It was kind of perfect, because it ran from noon-4, which is a good time to fill with a fun activity that isn't gambling, and the beers were cheap too.

After Darts we headed over to Caesar's palace. There was a 7 PM tournament for $150 that we all wanted to play, so we headed over there and had dinner at a noodle place there before the tournament started. Bought into the tournament a bit late and there were about 75 entries. I busted my first bullet after about 4 hands after raising 86s and getting like 7 callers and flopping middle pair and a flush draw. Just shipped 18k into a 12k pot and got called by AQ and couldn't suck out. Bought back in and had my 20k stack up to about 50k within a half hour. Table was great. bunch of pushovers and the blinds were big enough I was able to build a stack without much resistance. I don't really remember many hands but the tournament progressed pretty quickly, and I found myself at the final 2 tables with about 13 players left (8 got paid) with 130k in chips and blinds at 5k/10k. aggressive Asian guy raised to 30k from mid position and I shipped in 130k form the button with AQ. He called and tabled TT. A beautiful Ace on the river gave me a big double up and made me chip leader with 13 left. Went into the final table as the chip leader and my Dad and Adam were both at the final table as well. My dad busted 9th (got his money back as everybody chipped in 20 to pay the bubble). Adam came in 5th for $595. Final table was pretty swingy as usual, but I ended up getting down to heads up with about a 2-1 chip disadvantage against the same Asian guy who doubled me earlier with TT vs AQ. He had a pretty terrible heads up strategy, and I was able to chip up pretty easily. Once I had him 3-1, I pretty much just started shipping every time since he had like 6 BBs left and was folding too much. Eventually he called with A4 against my A7 and I held on to win the tournament for $2450.

It was midnight by this time and I didn't feel like hopping into a cash game, so most of us headed back to the room to order some room service and drink and hang out in the pool. Matt stayed behind for a bit since he was at a good table. We were all happy to see him about 2 hours later and he had booked an $800 win to get him back to even on the trip.

I'll continue this later...

#3759881 Off Off Topic: Cool Toronto People's Thread

Posted Babying on 13 July 2017 - 03:51 AM

Too funny. I always tell Otto when he goes out with guys to keep his nose clean and don't do stuff like this

On a side note the pizza pizza is very close to the former Jillys. A bunch of guys took me there on June 7, 1991 and I got drunk after 2 drinks. On June 8, 1991 I was married

#3759869 Random Baseball Observations

Posted SuperJon on 12 July 2017 - 09:44 AM

Aaron Judge is related to Mungo Jerry?

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#3759764 Essay's Top Ten

Posted CobaltBlue on 10 July 2017 - 11:54 AM

View PostFCP Bob, on 09 July 2017 - 05:44 PM, said:

I think he really really relates to Home Alone just for the title.
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