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Bike rider on lucky day

Hold up, what was that?

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

When you come across a feel-good thing.

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.








  1. I'm not surprised that he spoke more positively about his roster player. The surprise comes from him not grasping the question. "Based on their skillset" is the initial part of the question and gets completely ignored. Sutter answers the question "Who has won a Stanley Cup and gone farther in the playoffs?"

  2. I've said it a few other places in this thread: knowing how to win is considered a skill. Think about the talks around McDavid or Taveres or Mackinnon (before last year). All great hockey players who don't know how to win. I could be wrong but thats how I interpret his answer

  3. Okay, so knowing how to win is 1 skill, not a skillset. Your interpretation proves that he didn't answer the question.

  4. Lmao. Think of it this way: Sutter thinks they're comparable except one has won a cup and the other one hasn't. I still don't think any of this is "insulting" to Tkachuk

  5. October 2001 would like to differ with you (Fuck me, typing it out made me realize how fucking long ago that was...)

  6. eek, I don't want to talk to you about this. At least AZ has been back to playoffs a number of times.

  7. In the vein (no pun intended) of Gold, check out the Sergio Leone-directed trifecta of Fistful of Dollars (1964) For a Few Dollars More (1965) and The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (1966).

  8. I don't know why, but I woke up with this song in my head this morning. It's such a good combination of story and musicianship and I couldn't find where it had ever been posted in this sub before.

  9. I always thought that Reilly's play could mesh really well with Eichels play. It might work really well, either way, we are back to having three electric top lines like the good old days

  10. I'm stoked for that 4th line!! That seems like an excitement line ala Carrier-Carpenter-Reaves

  11. Depends on what "something bad" is. Did they make a mess and not clean it up, or did they throw a rock through someone's windshield?

  12. Great, thank you - can't even read the second option without Lose Yourself erupting into my mental jukebox haha.

  13. Yeah, I know. But it really is a good movie to watch given when you're looking for.

  14. Theory of a Deadman, Nickelback, Shinedown, Black Tide, Hybrid Theory, Foreigner, Meat Loaf, Jorney etc...

  15. Whenever I see Go suggested, I have to pipe up and say, do a double feature with that and Groove.

  16. I love Carson Park, but I'm also 40 with kids in elementary school. If I was in my 20's I would not be living here as I enjoyed the the night life back then. There are lots of parks, good schools, and good people. No issues with crime outside of random catalytic converter thefts which seem to happen everywhere. We've made quiet a few friends in the neighborhood and regularly get together for BBQs, beers, block parties, etc. It's somewhat bike friendly and we can walk to handful of restaurants or Dempsey's (haven't been in years though).

  17. UGH, Nextdoor. My wife had me put it on my phone because people give away stuff all the time, and she likes to rehab old dressers and shit. But oh my goodness, some of the "posts" on there of people complaining....talk about a fucking vacuum chamber of old white people complaining about old white people things (And FWIW I'm a 41 y.o. white guy)

  18. It's the worst. The only reason I kept my account was to alert neighbor's when we are giving away stuff.

  19. Obviously we can’t know for sure if there was some type of emergency, but assuming it’s what it looks like, I 100% agree with you.

  20. Fuck the bike rider, he and the car are speeding, run a red light and cause a crash.

  21. There is not a single button I can press on my pit ☺️. I can see from a dog sitters point of view though not being the dogs ACTUAL owner and all.

  22. I've already replied to a few people in this thread with links to 4 different stories of owners getting killed in their own homes by their own pits. I'm willing to bet those owners also didn't think their dog could be a danger to them

  23. I don’t think you will ever find enough accounts of that happening that will make it okay to label EVERY pit a “danger”. There are so many environmental factors that play into mood and behaviors for all dogs. A dogs level of danger should be judged on a case by case basis.

  24. As a breed, they are more dangerous than any of the typical breeds we see in the United States, and it's close-minded to say otherwise

  25. Honestly I haven’t put much thought into proximity to larger cities, and I’m sure that we will fly and rent a vehicle so I doubt we would have a problem with a little bit of a drive as long as the camping was good! Any recommendations you have will Be greatly appreciated!!

  26. Nevada- Check out Valley of Fire State Park, just outside Las Vegas, or Kershaw-Ryan State Park a little farther north near Caliente.

  27. I actually did this but I did have a floor to sleep on at my friends house

  28. So you DIDN'T actually do this, you at least had SOME plan before you came, someone to let you crash for a minute. When I moved here from Las Vegas, it was with a job offer already in hand, and my cousin's camper trailer to stay in until I found a place of my own.

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