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Topic: Game 13 - Sens @ Devils - Thu, Nov 10, 7:00pm

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RE: Game 13 - Sens @ Devils - Thu, Nov 10, 7:00pm
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Russell wrote:
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Thanks for the tips, guys.  

 

TWSS


 Brain doesn't work as well in the cold, walked right into that one.



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Russell wrote:

FYI,

in case you missed it while trying to stay warm, DJ had Motte, a winger, take that final face off in their own zone, on the PK, in OT. 9 seconds later, its in their net. Just think about that. 


 I have, they haven’t had a proven head coach since Murray and Martin and the guy who took them to 2017 semifinals. Let DJ go and hire a proven head coach this time. He’s proven that this job is too much for him. As a hall of fame coach said “You are what your record says you are” 



-- Edited by tjlincoln on Friday 11th of November 2022 10:20:49 AM

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FYI,

in case you missed it while trying to stay warm, DJ had Motte, a winger, take that final face off in their own zone, on the PK, in OT. 9 seconds later, its in their net. Just think about that. 



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my card, no cigar:

https://www.focusring.ca/bingo/SensBingo.html?board=gVPinmFoeQRsdWKJlTMOXqkC&scored=473193&tscored=220001002200&bname=Russell



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Cathy wrote:

Thanks for the tips, guys.  

 

TWSS



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Cathy wrote:

Please keep in mind I lived in SoCal for DECADES before laughing at this question...

 

Seriously, how do y'all stay warm in the winter? Crank the heat (I don't have central heat so the heating efficiency sucks), bundle up with 3-4 layers *inside*, never stop moving, what?


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I didn't see it, but does Hasek reference = AYKM?


Forsberg did a leg stretch like Gumby, but Hamonic also got a piece of the puck to slow it down before getting to Forsberg. 

So maybe with the two of them together?


 I dunno, feels like a stretch.

 

 TWSS



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Cathy wrote:
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ummm... did TSN just air a commercial in the middle of the broadcast?


 Yes, yes they did.


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Homer wrote:
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See you guys for brunch on Saturday! 


 Oh yeah... I'll start the thread now before I forget tomorrow morning. 


 Yeah, the number of conflicts hockey has been having with the last few weeks of F1 is getting annoying.



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SensKat wrote:

Also layering is a bit of an art form. You will figure it all out!


 OMG, thank you for this comment. I thought it was more science and couldn't figure out why A + B wasn't working!



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Who won?

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SensKat wrote:

Also layering is a bit of an art form. You will figure it all out!


With layers, you can always take one or two off it you overdid it.  Sometimes in the morning, you'll have all you layers, but afternoon, take a layer off.  (or vice versa).  You definitely pay closer attention to the weather forecast to go somewhere and to come back.  Sometimes it can be a big enough of a difference to change how you dress. 



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Also layering is a bit of an art form. You will figure it all out!

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Final card, no dice:

 

s://www.focusring.ca/bingo/SensBingo.html?board=OdPIBYmgNEFQSGeZLAfRMCjp&scored=20009994&tscored=1101122121112220&bname=data_sprite12_game13



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Homer wrote:
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See you guys for brunch on Saturday! 


 Oh yeah... I'll start the thread now before I forget tomorrow morning. 


 Afternoon game again?  Boooo!



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Cathy wrote:
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 If not polyester, what? Almost all the cold-weather clothing is synthetic (unless I'm looking in the wrong place). I tried a couple wool base layers but they were too itchy.


 Natural fibres resist static better.  Synthetics are pretty much a necessary evil outside, but for indoors I try to avoid them.  I can't do wool either, although Alpaca is better than sheeps wool.   Linen and flannel are good too.

If you have to do synthetics try to at least do a high cotton percentage blend.  


 

Um…so indoor and outdoor clothes aren't the same? I mean, obviously the *outer* layer is different but…moving to WA has made me feel very stupid. lol


 Well I don't know how cold it's expected to actually get where you are.... so you may not need quite as much as we do in full blown winter


 It also depends on whether you like to do outdoor activities in winter, and their energy output.  


 I am exerting myself enough at dog park that I understand why you DO want the wicking fabrics outdoors. But then I come home, take a shower, and just put a different base layer on. Based on this conversation, I seem to be doing it wrong. lol

The list of "things I didn't know before moving to WA" is getting longer. 


 You want to wick water away from your body to prevent hypothermia when you slow down.   I'm still experimenting with layers.  Luckily I like spending my disposable income on Arc'teryx gear :)



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See you guys for brunch on Saturday! 


 Oh yeah... I'll start the thread now before I forget tomorrow morning. 



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See you guys for brunch on Saturday! 



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 If not polyester, what? Almost all the cold-weather clothing is synthetic (unless I'm looking in the wrong place). I tried a couple wool base layers but they were too itchy.


 Natural fibres resist static better.  Synthetics are pretty much a necessary evil outside, but for indoors I try to avoid them.  I can't do wool either, although Alpaca is better than sheeps wool.   Linen and flannel are good too.

If you have to do synthetics try to at least do a high cotton percentage blend.  


 

Um…so indoor and outdoor clothes aren't the same? I mean, obviously the *outer* layer is different but…moving to WA has made me feel very stupid. lol


 Well I don't know how cold it's expected to actually get where you are.... so you may not need quite as much as we do in full blown winter


 It also depends on whether you like to do outdoor activities in winter, and their energy output.  


 Yep!  So many factors go into a winter wardrobe.... These days, like Homer, I quite enjoy the 30 second commute to the office and the lack of need to go outside if I don't want to.


 

It's the damn dog!

(Just kidding puppy, I love you.)

I walk 60 minutes to commute 30 seconds.



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 If not polyester, what? Almost all the cold-weather clothing is synthetic (unless I'm looking in the wrong place). I tried a couple wool base layers but they were too itchy.


 Natural fibres resist static better.  Synthetics are pretty much a necessary evil outside, but for indoors I try to avoid them.  I can't do wool either, although Alpaca is better than sheeps wool.   Linen and flannel are good too.

If you have to do synthetics try to at least do a high cotton percentage blend.  


 

Um…so indoor and outdoor clothes aren't the same? I mean, obviously the *outer* layer is different but…moving to WA has made me feel very stupid. lol


 Well I don't know how cold it's expected to actually get where you are.... so you may not need quite as much as we do in full blown winter


 It also depends on whether you like to do outdoor activities in winter, and their energy output.  


 I am exerting myself enough at dog park that I understand why you DO want the wicking fabrics outdoors. But then I come home, take a shower, and just put a different base layer on. Based on this conversation, I seem to be doing it wrong. lol

The list of "things I didn't know before moving to WA" is getting longer. 



 
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