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Topic: Game 63 - Pens @ Sens - Tue Mar 12th, 7:00pm

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RE: Game 63 - Pens @ Sens - Tue Mar 12th, 7:00pm
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First game on the year where the sun is still up at the final horn.



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Russell wrote:
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Do we prefer full tank or belligerent spoiler?


 I believe tJ hates the pens, so I’m good with the win. 


 Anything we can do to screw up the Pens playoff chances is good with me.



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Homer wrote:

I need two goals in 90 seconds and for Chuckie to do something that cause someone to lose their lid. 

The Chuckie and Lid one often go hand in hand.


 I goal in 52 minutes…I think you might be asking for a lot on that first one.



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Russell wrote:
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Do we prefer full tank or belligerent spoiler?


 I believe tJ hates the pens, so I’m good with the win. 


 They are not good enough to hate anymore, moving forward with the penguins having The boy wonder GM and the senators still sucking which team do you think will be a true title contender first?



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Homer wrote:
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Joseph… "I'm not touching you! I'm not touching you! I'm not touching you!"


 Sounds like that commercial he does with his brother and mom.  lol


 Forgot there was another one, don't think I saw it before now. I think the Joseph family is better actors, and Mama Joseph has a much scarier mom look than Mama Chuckie.



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Russell wrote:
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Sen Dman opens the scoring.


 Did it qualify as a one timer? It was a snapper. 


 Snapper, there wasn't a wind up.  NHL.com scoring summary lists it as a snap shot. 



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Alright. Finally a dab. I won't be shut out.



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Strug gull ling.



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I need two goals in 90 seconds and for Chuckie to do something that cause someone to lose their lid. 

The Chuckie and Lid one often go hand in hand.



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Cathy wrote:

Do we prefer full tank or belligerent spoiler?


 I believe tJ hates the pens, so I’m good with the win. 



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Homer wrote:

Sen Dman opens the scoring.


 Did it qualify as a one timer? It was a snapper. 



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Do we prefer full tank or belligerent spoiler?



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Cathy wrote:

Joseph… "I'm not touching you! I'm not touching you! I'm not touching you!"


 Sounds like that commercial he does with his brother and mom.  lol



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Homer wrote:

Sen Dman opens the scoring.


 My card prefers the other goal.



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Joseph… "I'm not touching you! I'm not touching you! I'm not touching you!"



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Sen Dman opens the scoring.



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senior wrote:
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Wife bought me a piece of free range apple pie. Not sure that it will help this team but might as well give it a try.


 I'm a bit scared to ask…what part of the pie is free range??


 No sugar. No taste. And to top it of they leave the peels on.


 With a small dice, skins wouldn't be that bad. But if they are regular pie slices…bleh.



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senior wrote:

Wife bought me a piece of free range apple pie. Not sure that it will help this team but might as well give it a try.


 Fat bastard!



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Homer wrote:
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Goal under review.


goal disallowed. 

Mama Joseph boy was in the crease.


 They should have let the Joseph parents decide. 



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data_sprite12 wrote:
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Question for you guys, do you have any big box or grocery stores that lock up a bunch of items and/or check receipts before you can leave?


 Costco checks your receipts on the way out.


Lol, any stores that don't make you sign an agreement saying you will show your receipt on the way out?


 Walmart used to check receipts, but I don't think they have enough employees to do it anymore.

The only items that are locked up/security mesh/empty box with pick up at cash are usually expensive items with high resell value (e.g. video games, 150$+LEGO sets).  And cold medication that requires a pharmacist to be present in the building.


 A regular grocery store. I used a *staffed* checkout lane. 5 feet from the exit door. Security guard watched the whole transaction. Then demanded a receipt before I could leave.  The irony is they only check for a receipt dated for that day, I could have had tons of stuff in my bag, pockets, etc. And this is in the hoity toity part of town.


 That seems excessive.... The grocery store I go to has one-way barriers into the main grocery store (with RFID tag detectors), but check out exit is clear.

 

At the pharmacy, they don't even lock up the 50$ face creams.


It's very excessive. I thought they just did it in the early morning hours, walked out with no bags and just a $7 bouquet of flowers…they asked for a receipt. If I'm gonna steal, I'm gonna steal more than one bouquet of carnations.



 
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