Posts belonging to Category 'The Foolish'
I make mistakes all the time, but it’s much funnier when a large broadcast conglomerate makes them. A little tap-o-the-sticks to The Last Angry Fan for this golden goody of hilarious copy editing. The Devils clearly have the advantage if Zajac has the stamina to uh, carry his teammates through this series.
Our good friends at CapitalsOutsider and Gunaxin pointed us to this clip from the intermission at last night’s Capitals/Senators game that features Washington Redskins tight ends Chris Cooley and Fred Davis racing tricycles on the ice. Not exactly a stunning feat of athleticism here, but I bet both of these guys would take a pass from these ice girls over Jason Campbell any day.
As a Toronto Blue Jays fan I’ve seen this shit take place live a good six or seven times a year. The problem, though, is that it’s usually between a couple of frat house puss-cakes. Thanks to Fandome, we get to have a look at this here epic fan battle from last night’s Canucks/Ducks game. As a rule of thumb, it’s best to avoid chucking knuckles with the guy a row behind you. That extra few inches of height can really mess with your technique.
Nobody ever said being a ginger was easy. Just ask Corey Perry, who at 24 already has a Stanley Cup to his credit. After getting caught off-guard by Ryan Kesler in the United States’ upset win over Canada, a golden future for Perry was looking grim.
Cue his performance last night versus the Russians, or as Mad Mike Milbury refers to them; “Eurotrash”. Perry’s two goals helped Canada knock off the Russian machine 7-3. Perry, a lifelong ginger has some extra motivation to shoot for the gold medal: the gold medal winning skeleton performance of fellow Canadian and ginge Jon Montgomery.
The Anaheim Ducks sniper has a history of winning championships, capturing a Memorial Cup in junior with the London Knights as well as a World Junior Championship. The title of Canada’s top Olympic ginger is still to be decided.
Childish? Yes. I have to admit I love this “X-Tra Normal” stuff. Here we have Roberto Luongo giving word to Martin Brodeur that he’s no longer number one in goal. Go Canada Go!