Thursday, February 23, 2006

The Day Of Reckoning

Hey Peeps and anyone else checking in. A special "Hey" goes out to Hazel Mae.

Canadians will no doubt still be talking about what happened in the Olympic hockey tournament - with little if any focus being given to the fact that the Canadian Olympic Team has won 18 medals, and can expect a couple more before the games are over. I'm not saying we shouldn't discuss the fate of the hockey team - after all, this is hockey country...but you would think that after the last few olympics where we have complained about a lack of results - we would spend some time talking about this year's success.

Today will be a day of second-guessing, especially with the SenaTards calling in to discuss the Olympics. In the aftermath of the loss yesterday, the talk was all about who should have been there - people up here were actually discussing "who should have been there and who should NOT have been there" AFTER the damn tournament. Keeping in mind that these are SenaTards, it should be no surprise that the whipping boys were McCabe, Bertuzzi, Thornton (though I don't understand the latter...Tards have never hated Thornton)...they wanted to see Chris Phillips (meh), Jason Spezza and Eric Staal - Crosby was also mentioned. I don't think those guys would have made a difference - the whole team played poorly...and therein lies the issue - these so-called astute fans up here won't discuss the play of the team, they won't hold the players accountable for their play...they would rather spend time being armchair GMs. It is going to be a long day.

Speaking of which...I gotta book. Have a great one peeps.

Trying to learn something will be frustrating. Refrain from pointing the finger at someone else or complaining about something you know little about. Take a break if possible away from everyone else and rethink your strategy. 2 stars

Hazel, I hope things are groovy in your world.

Song of the Day on Hazelspeeps - for Team Canada

No Excuses - Alice In Chains

Peesth Out!


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