Hockey is my favorite though!
Hockey is my favorite though!
Haha, ok. Of course, I'm a Sharks fan. But I know well enough when there are non-calls on both sides of the ice, and both the Sharks and the Wings have had plenty. I saw the hit on Franzen and then the ref specifically saying that he didn't see it, and thought that it was a pretty bad non-call. Even so, Detroit still had four power-plays with no goals, a bunch of turnovers, and just didn't play as well as the Sharks.
11 Bravo wrote:oh whats the matter? arent you gonna cry aboot the refs and that shit with franzen? oh thats right, you just cry when its the sharks.
Marconius wrote:Suck it Detroit! Go play golf! Holy hell what a game. Round three here we come!
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Live Oak Dress Code wrote:The school has the right to request that any student dressing inappropriately for school will change into other clothes, be sent home to change, and/or be subject to disciplinary action.
Fourth of July happens in the summer. We don't go to school in the summer. *facepalm*
Ilocano wrote:So, what's the policy at Morgan Hill on 7/4?
Pfft, I was at the final Sharks vs Coyotes game. Everyone looks great on the team, apart from Demers. At least now all of our players are healthy and aren't entering the playoffs after coming back from medical leaves like last year. This is the year for the Sharks, for sure. I'll be shaving tomorrow to start my playoff beard!
Poseidon wrote:I'm predicting a 2nd year in a row fail from the Sharks.
looks like san jose is falling apart before the playoffs even start . . .
Nah, I like it here. Stop trying to regress my country.
[email protected] wrote:Move to Canada.
Marconius wrote:As imperfect as the bill is, I'm more than happy it passed. At least something is being done...with the ball rolling now we just might be able to see real reform come to healthcare in this country for once.
Evidently he only believed in breaking the rules.
lowing wrote:Nope, he felt entitled t okeep his job because he felt he was right in his effort to fight for what he believed in. Not one of you fall in line sheeple to be sure.
PWNED! Yeah, you got told.
lowing wrote:You actually used the phrase, "Oh snap"? Oh well. What is next with you?, "pwned"?
Marconius wrote:Oh snap!
I thought conservatives were already allowed in?
Helping remove the stigma away from HIV/AIDS is a good thing, plus medical research isn't being capped anymore by an anti-science government. It allows infected people a modicum of hope in the ongoing trial and treatment studies, rather than having them viewed as lost causes.
Article wrote:Obama made the announcement shortly before signing legislation extending federally funded HIV/AIDS treatment for hundreds of thousands of underinsured, low-income Americans.
BN wrote:I thought conservatives were already allowed in?
lowing wrote:He wants to open our borders to the plague of the 21st century.
*facepalm* Sorry, if it involves "God" then it is religious. It was only added into the Pledge to try to set ourselves apart from the "godless communists" of the Cold War era back in the 50s. The Knights of Columbus and many other religious institutions were able to push that through since calling them on it would've been a 'communist' thing to do. In fact, quite a lot of people were mad about it as it effectively destroyed the "indivisible" part of the Pledge that was emphatically written to honor the outcome of the Civil War (One nation indivisible). Adding "god" to it ended up dividing the country yet again, as not everyone believed in the same god, let alone believe in a god at all. If you outed yourself about the latter back then, you'd be blackballed from society and effectively hunted by the government, especially if you were in a position of political power. So drop the bullshit.
lowing wrote:By the way, One nation under God, is not a religious expression. It is a patriotic one. You will find that quote in no religious text.