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Brass last won the day on November 13 2015

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  1. Sooooooooooooo, see you next week?
  2. Too similar to the Lightning/Maple Leafs for my taste. The script also looks a little hokey. Maybe just stick with the roundel? Perhaps a shoulder logo, too?
  3. "AH! It's not hot!"
  4. This is the reason Ric Flair is regarded as one of the greatest of all-time.
  5. That was...weird. While technically a "blowout" I never got the feeling it was. It always seemed close. Next week will be extremely tough, regardless of whether it's Kansas City or Pittsburgh. Here's to a great game! Good luck to both teams tomorrow.
  6. Wait until personal drones become a thing and everyone can live stream themselves 24/7, as if they're important enough to do so.
  7. I did remember that shortly after posting. Fair point, but despite what Vegas says, any sensible fan knows you never downplay your opponent or act overconfident in the playoffs. The amount of annoying overconfidence from the 2007 Super Bowl was enough for a lifetime around these parts.
  8. I don't know where certain Patriots fans get off saying this game was going to be a blowout. It's shaping up to be a tough game for the Patriots against a tough team that has something to prove. This is going to come down to the wire.
  9. I think the thing that's really put life into perspective for Jericho was the death of a lot of his close friends. If you read his first book, one of his traveling buddies in Japan or Mexico (I can't for the life of me remember which one) died pretty early into Jericho's career. Then, everything that happened with Eddie Guerrero and Chris Benoit. In his second book, there's a great picture of Benoit, Guerrero, Malenko, Jericho, and another guy whose name escapes me. Of the five guys in that photo, only Jericho and Malenko are living and Jericho provides a caption that essentially pleads that the next time he writes a book, hopefully those remaining in the picture are still alive. I think those experiences have: A.) given him empathy to understand a death in the business and the affect it can have on those close to them (in the case of Timothy Well) B.) and the potential that no help can do to those in the business who are begging for it (in the case of Saturn and Rico) Good. Guy. Jericho.
  10. Not really a "jersey" find, but stumbled upon thousands of hockey cards on the cheap. Nothing huge, just commons and inserts from different eras. If anybody wants some, PM me. I could throw together lots of 100-200 of them for cheap and ship them out.
  11. At least he provided substance this time. I saw a few people make comments on Twitter about his stance, and his response would routinely be "and which level of professional hockey have YOU played at." What a dunce.
  12. I'm thinking of working a hockey blog under the pseudonym of Dale Lazo and I already have a few article topics, in the same vein as our hero, that I'm working on. Great reads, such as: "Why every fan who has ever bought a jersey should be euthanized" "Why Sergei Krivokrasov belongs in the Hall of Fame" "The Top 6 Connor McDavids in the NHL" "TRUMP: This article has nothing to do with sports, I just need hits on my page to justify my pay from VICE" "Why everything in the NHL everyone likes is wrong and why I'm the only one allowed to be right"
  14. "What the did I do?!" - Keenan Allen responding to this picture
  15. Synopsis: The Chargers and Rams caused World War III. Seems about right. Disclaimer: We really shouldn't make fun of people with the level of severe mental illness that this gentleman exhibits.