Monday, May 05, 2008

Pack them up!

Hey Peeps and anyone else checking in. A special “Hey” goes out to Hazel Mae if she is checking in.

This page has long maintained that at least 50% of the retards enlisted in “Sens Army” are refugees from the camp of “Les Canadiens” – the exponential rise of “Tards Army” early on in the millennium coincided with the decline of the “tri-colors” and the rise of the Tards. This theory was scoffed at by residents here in the land of the Tards, and explained by the fact that hockey fans here were getting behind the hometown team.

An interesting turn of events over the last couple of weeks following the Tards ouster from the playoffs at the hands of the Pittsburgh Penguins. One might of thought that the 2007/08 hockey season would officially be pronounced dead here in “hockey country” (as referred to by Tards Army) – but a sudden, and rather alarming/sickening proliferation of the dreaded car flag is once again the rage in the land of the Tards; only this time, it’s the dreaded red, white and blue of the Habs that adorns cars all over the Nation’s Capital (that’s Ottawa for our American friends).

You can’t spit without hitting a car with a Montreal Canadiens flag – pull up alongside one of these cars and 9 times out of 10, the douchebag driving the car is adorned in at least one piece of SenaTards paraphernalia. Should you feel the irresistible urge to ask one of these donkeys about their choice in car flags, the most likely answer you’ll get is “The Habs are my second favourite team – they used to be my favourite until Ottawa came to town.” While it sounds like a reasonable, albeit pitiful excuse to put up the car flag, most of these “fans” couldn’t name five pre-2000 SenaTards. Coincidence or proof positive that fans of the Tards and Habs are one in the same – shameless fence-sitting turncoats?

Time to pack those car flags douchebags – or are the Penguins now your third favourite team?

The NHL’s Conference Finals are set, with the Penguins facing off against the Flyers and the Wings taking on the Stars – no predictions, as it would simply be a choice of the lesser of two evils in both series. A Pens/Stars series would be ok here.

When the Bruins traded Joe Thornton to the Sharks, yours truly was particularly critical of the deal – claiming the Bruins didn’t get nearly enough. While the argument holds true in terms of regular season performance – the playoffs are a completely different matter. Another poor playoff performance for Joe Thornton – he was practically invisible during the six games against Dallas – will this guy ever show up and dominate when it counts, or is he destined to be a playoff disappointment year after year? Unfortunately, it is looking like the latter. The sentiment here is that come April, Marco Sturm would get the nod before Joe Thornton.

Oh yeah, how about Ronaldo huh? No, the Brazilian player who got involved with transvestite hookers in Rio de Janeiro; Cristiano Ronaldo scores two more goals over the weekend to bring his season total to 40 goals in all competitions – FORTY FREAKIN GOALS.


Ok, the weekend didn’t end with a flurry of winners – but it didn’t end with a flurry of losers either. Today’s suggestions:

Los Angeles over Kansas City – Ervin Santana goes against former Dodger (and what seems like countless other teams) Brett Tomko – good enough to suggest Santana. Lay $100 on the Angels - $140.

Chicago over Cincinnati – Ryan Dempster doesn’t exactly inspire a world of confidence, but neither should the Reds. Lay $100 on the Cubs even.

That’s it for today gang – thanks for taking the time to check in.

Hazel, here’s hoping things are groovy in your world.

I’m Out!


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