Tuesday, May 31, 2011


Since I was busy all weekend long I will do a two-fer today. Things that I learned and a Bruins recap. So lets jump into it.

This is what I learned this weekend:
1. It is always funny when someone gets shit on by a bird.
2. I guess in Jamaica when you gotta go you gotta go, so you drop trow and let it all out no matter where you are at.
3. People secretly stalk my Facebook status every day, even though they don't comment.
4. Apparently today is my 2 year anniversary of when I got engaged.
5. Why did it go from Winter to Summer? I like Spring!
6. Why is it when people owe you money they always disappear?
7. The Bruins make it to the Stanley Cup Finals and all of a sudden everyone wants to be my friend.
8. Georgetown, Ma. is really nice.
9. Backyard wedding receptions sometimes are just back yard bbq's!
10. Look who learned how to swim:

11. Chrissy's stache is making him extra sweaty...YUMMY!
12. It is super hard to get rid of Sox tickets this year.
13. Always wear sun block when you mow your lawn.
14. People don't respect the Miller High life...ITS THE CHAMPAGNE OF BEER FOR A REASON PEOPLE.
15. Are you officially old if you are getting rain checks for items that stores are all out of but are on sale?
16. I think I like Lowes better than the Depot.
17. Nut Island is a nice place to go fishing, Just ask Willie.
18. Why is it so difficult to get to get a quote to trim one of my trees?
19. When you get on Chanel 5 news people will let ya know!
20. West End Johnnys isn't that bad of a bar, Tic Tacs anyone?

21. This is only the 2nd time ever that the NHL Finals have started after the NBA Finals.
22. Whoever wins game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals wins the Cup 77.6% of the time.

I am sure there is tons of things that I have forgotten. I mean a 3 day drunk weekend is never a great time for remembering things.

Now it is on to the Bruins game 7 review:

The Wolf Pack is back - Big Bob, Mario, MikeyT, Albie, Jay and Towelman is ready to roll. MikeyT and I grabbed some eats at the Grand Canal, as been the custom for most of the playoffs. As we were eating, Ed Hardy from Channel 5 started interviewing us. To say the least it was funny. (Please stand by while I try for Stanley Cup tickets - NO LUCK!!).
We started out drinking at The Northstar but their AC was beyond busted. It had to of been 92 degrees inside the bar. We bailed and went over to West End Johnnys(which was Johnnys on the side), where Little show, Gunnah, and Wynn along with Smashley and her cousin Lil all met us. It's Friday night aint a damn thing Funny...BITCH BETTER HAVE MY MONEY! If I am gonna be splitting a bill and people are doing shots, you are god damn right that I am gonna do some - Tic Tacs bitches!  Right before we head on over to the Garden I slipped on the Towelman gear and headed in:

Before the start of the game the whole place was a buzz. It was the loudest the Garden has been in the 4 years I've had tickets. I know in hind sight this will sound boastful but there was a feeling in the air that Thomas would not let us lose. The 1 period was fast paced with lots of action. Both teams were feeling each other out but no one was shy about hitting. After 1 we are tied up 0-0. We are headed to the Hub Bar.

Oh look its Simon Gagne's dad:
(His son will be a free agent, he wants us to know.)

Wait is that Bob and Lynn Marchant?
We are headed to the 2nd period and we are ready to roll. The team that makes the 1st mistake is likely going home? How can this game be any better? Action everywhere and I still can't believe there hasn't been a penalty. MAN OH MAN This crowd wants it, 0-0 after 2. Back to the Hub bar. Now for the past 3 home Bruins games as soon as the 2nd period horn goes off -  I stop drinking, I buy a hot dog and a pretzel then I secure a table. I am a creature of habit and even though its a Friday night I can not change things. Hell I wear only red boxers during the Bruins playoffs games. I took a lot of shit from the guys but I can not be swayed.

It's the 3rd period,  20 minutes till glory, win or go home, JUST ONE PERIOD TO DECIDE WHO PLAYS FOR THE CUP AND WHO IS GOING GOLFING!! I can not be any more excited. As I told Ed Hardy earlier in the day "This is the calm before the storm". Back and forth, ebb and flow, hits and shots - this game is becoming an ESPN Instant classic. Just over 7 minutes left and Nathan Horton lights the lamp. THE PLACE GOES BONKERS! Everyone's hugging and high fiving but we still have a ways to go. Anything can happen. NO ONE SITS DOWN AFTER THE GOAL. We stand for the next 7 minutes holding our breath. We know that any goal can tie this game and no one wants to go to game 7 sudden death overtime. The Lightening came after the Bruin's with just 4 minutes left with a bevy of shots but Thomas stood tall. The final horn rings and the Bruins are headed back to the Stanley Cup for the 1st time since 1990.

See ya tomorrow for game 1.

We tried to get back into West End Johnnys after the game but the line was too long. Rio and Big Bob went to the Harp but his phone was dead so I couldn't get in touch with him so we went over to the Hong Kong to have a celebratory beer. We cut that long ass line and finally exhaled. This has been a wild season and the ride is far from over - Let Go BRUINS!

Claude Julians speech before game 1

"Far better it is to dare mighty things, than to take rank with those poor, timid spirits who know neither victory nor defeat."
Theodore Roosevelt:

Also for the Next 3 Weeks I shall be known as Lord Stanley ChiefDude Thanks im out!

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Clode Julian's speech before game 7

The next time you see sky, it'll be over another town. The next time you take a test, it'll be in some other school. Our parents, they want the bestest stuff for us. But right now they gotta do what's right for them, 'cause it's their time. Their time, up there. Down here it's our time. It's our time down here. That's all over the second we ride up Troy's bucket.
Never say that, Andi. Goonies never say die!

Always enjoy the ride folks !

Friday, May 27, 2011

Worlds Harshest Job?

Italian Seismologists Charged With Manslaughter for Not Predicting 2009 Quake

Published May 27, 2011 | FoxNews.com


Italian government officials have accused the country's top seismologist of manslaughter, after failing to predict a natural disaster that struck Italy in 2009, a massive devastating earthquake that killed 308 people.

A shocked spokesman for the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) likened the accusations to a witch hunt.

"It has a medieval flavor to it -- like witches are being put on trial," the stunned spokesman told FoxNews.com.

Enzo Boschi, the president of Italy's National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV), will face trial along with six other scientists and technicians, after failing to predict the future and the impending disaster.

Earthquakes are, of course, nearly impossible to predict, seismologists say. In fact, according to the website for the USGS, no major quake has ever been predicted successfully.

"Neither the USGS nor Caltech nor any other scientists have ever predicted a major earthquake," reads a statement posted on the USGS website. "They do not know how, and they do not expect to know how any time in the foreseeable future."

John Vidale, a Washington State seismologist and professor at the University of Washington, agreed that earthquake forecasting is simply impossible.

"We're not able to predict earthquakes very well at all," he told LiveScience.

"One problem is, we don't know how much stress it takes to break a fault," Vidale told the site. "Second we still don't know how much stress is down there. All we can do is measure how the ground is deforming."

Not knowing either of these factors makes it pretty tough to figure out when stresses will get to the point of a rupture, and an earth-shaking quake, LiveScience explained.

The seven scientists were placed under investigation almost a year ago, according to a news story on the website of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) -- the world's largest general-science society and a leading voice for the interests of scientists worldwide.

Alan Leschner, chief executive of AAAS, said his group wrote a letter to the Italian government last year -- clearly, to no avail.

"Whoever made these accusations misunderstands the nature of science, the nature of the discipline and how difficult it is to predict anything with the surety they expect," Leschner told FoxNews.com.

The case could have a "chilling effect" on scientists, he noted.

"It reflects a lack of understanding about what science can and can't do," he said. "And frankly, it will have an effect of intimidating scientists ... This just feels like either scapegoating or an attempt to intimidate a community. This really seems inappropriate."

Judge Giuseppe Romano Gargarella said that the seven defendants had supplied "imprecise, incomplete and contradictory information," in a press conference following a meeting held by the committee 6 days before the quake, reported the Italian daily Corriere della Sera

In doing so, they "thwarted the activities designed to protect the public," the judge said.

Boschi's lawyer, Marcello Melandri, has been taking the news badly, reported the AAAS story. He was particularly stunned because -- despite of the near impossibility of predicting earthquakes Boshi had been indicating that a large earthquake would be coming, though he did not say when.

Melandri told the AAAS that Boschi never sought to reassure the population of L'Aquila that there was no threat. On the contrary, the INGV head made it clear that "at some point it is probable that there will be a big earthquake.

Man I'm glad I don't have his job. What do you even say to this ? You should of known we where going to have a earth quake and by the way your under arrest for 308 counts of manslaughter so that's 308 life sentences see you when you get out after 208 life sentences on good behavior..................

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Game 5

I just want to start by saying "I do not want a game 7". I do not know if I can handle it. But if there is one I will be there, Towelman and all.

As the games go on, the tickets get more expensive and our crew is dwindling. That's the sacrifice for trying to reach the Cup.  MikeyT and I start out at The Northstar  for some dinner and drinks. No Big Bob today but we have Mario and Smashley going to the game. As we head up the escalators to go into the game they are filming and I am sure we were on TV, either NESN pregame or the national Versus coverage. That dude had me on the escalator for three quarters of the ride and then screaming go Bruins. If he didn't use it well then it's his loss!

We get into our seats 10 minutes before the puck drops. Apparently, Phil the guy who screams every second of the B's games is no longer coming to games this season, as he puts their season tickets in jeopardy. You get spoken too by one usher for foul language and your family takes your tickets away? I am calling BULLSHIT!
There is a feeling of high anxiety from the crowd. They are loud yet apprehensive. Just over a minute into the game and the B's are down 1-0. You could feel the air being sucked out of the building for the next 5 minutes. But the crowd slowly gets back into it with a "LETS GO BRUINS" chant. The Garden is humming and you can feel like this may be our night. Timmy Thomas does what Timmy Thomas does and makes save after save. We are ONLY down 1-0 after 1. I can't honestly remember the B's taking any shots.

Albie couldn't make the game but his sister did and she wanted to touch  the Towelman pouch:
I mean who doesn't? Wayne-oh from the Garden staff even sought out Towelman to give him a fist pump.

The start of the second period has the B's buzzing and that can only be a good thing. A couple of dumb calls on Horton doesn't seem to slow their momentum. Horton more than makes up for his gaffes with a nice one timer, HORTON HEARS A HORN - WHOOOOOO!! MIKE SMITH WELCOME TO THE PLAYOFFS. The game is all tied up 1-1!( At this point the camera man officially hates Towelman. he will put everyone in our section up on the Jumbotron but me - I guess there is Towelman Hate out there people). After some hard work the B's finally take the lead on a goal by Brad Marshmont, B's up 2-1.

In between the 2nd and the 3rd period we are just hanging out when Dave Andreychuck, a former NHLer wants in on the Towelman action:

The action in the 3rd was fast. Tampa was doing anything it could to try and tie up the game. Thomas' save of the year with just over 10 minutes into the 3rd really amped up the team and the crowd. You could tell that Thomas would not let us lose. The final was 3-1 due to an empty netter from Rich Peverly. Let's hope they close this out tomorrow night in Tampa Bay. If not we are back at the Garden, Friday night for a Game 7 showdown.


It was good to see Rajon Rondo and Bill Belicheck at the game last night. 

Transformers 3

Modern Warfare 3

Monday, May 23, 2011

It is Almost June

Since the sun has been out for a total of 6 hours in the past 9 days and that in itself is quite depressing.

I am going to go straight into the things I learned.

This is what  I learned this weekend:
1. Cutting grass is a lot more time consuming than I thought.
2. Lawn furniture is not cheap.
3. Anytime you go to the vet its an automatic $250.
4. I still don't want to speak about the B's game 4 collapse.
5. When you are in love you don't care who knows it. Unless you are William J Smiddy, who loves all and tell no one!
6. I am not a fan of the term "smoke show". I think hot can sum up a hottie more than smoke show. Basically if you use the term smoke show you are a tool(or you are on Barstool sports 24/7).
7. The Barilla spicy marinara sauce is no joke. Ruined a perfectly good pasta dish.
8. Weed wackers are heavier than they appear.
9. I can not grow grass to save my life.
10. How the hell is a  trash can $50?? I mean its a trash can Mr. Rubbermaid!
11. I guess Smiddy is too cool for school. He doesn't get back to any of his old co-workers.
12. Chrissy is starting to think no one will pay up for his year long stache parade! I have my $52.00 right now.
13. Is there anything weirder than 6 degrees of separation between 2 totally different groups of friends? I am not usually a fan of the name game.
14. Congrats to Mark "Welchie" Welch who took home the 33rd annual Norfolk County Classic’s championship trophy Division 2 title. If you see him buy him a Guiness, the kid deserves it!
15. You clean up and get a hair cut and everyone acts like you lit the world on fire.
16. Has anyone see Brian Folan? I have been trying to meet up with him for a few beers.
17. A whole weekend(Including Thursday) without beers and I figured I would feel like a million bucks today. Feeling more like $150 bucks.
18. Cracker Barrel has new shredded cheeses for nachos, salads or straight up snacking. They are yummy.
19. I am pretty sure I have sleep apnea. Just have to go and get it tested.
20. MikeyT owns the Preakness. I am thinking bout putting a trip together next year for the races then an Orioles game that Sunday. Anyone interested?
21. I finally watched Edge of Darkness. I don't know what part was worse - Mel Gibsons accent or the movie plot.
22. There is a new power couple on the North shore people - Mario + Ashley = Mashley. EAT IT SMIDDY! You and your endless train of ladies.

Tonight, head on over to Whiskey Priest, 6pm -10pm,  for a fundraiser  for Liam Stapleton and Chris O'Rourke. There is a $20.00 donation at the door. They are raising money to cover medical bills and lost wages for these 2 guys who were victims of being in the wrong place at  the wrong time.

If you can't make it and would like to still help out. Please donate here:

Sunday, May 22, 2011

1 down....51 to go

Who doesn't think this looks good?

They are certainly into it:

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Dark Knight Rises

Here is the first picture released of Bane played by Tom Hardy in the Dark Knight Rises. Im a huge Bat head this dude looks pretty bad ass i like that they didnt go with a super huge character this time playing Bane. Character looks more realistic and very dark.

Friday, May 20, 2011

Brockton High

BROCKTON — Forty-eight police officers and 23 trained dogs descended on Brockton High School in a surprise lockdown drill Thursday morning designed to simulate response to a real emergency.

For 90 minutes, no one in the building of more than 5,000 people moved from behind locked doors – not students, teachers, secretaries, cafeteria staff or custodians, said Principal Susan Szachowicz.

By the time a search of all seven school buildings and its parking lots was completed by drug- and weapon-sniffing dogs, police had seized the following contraband: six small bags of marijuana, two marijuana pipes and two knives, Szachowicz said.

All of the contraband came from students, although faculty rooms and vehicles were also searched. Szachowicz said no arrests were made because the quantities of marijuana were small, but “school discipline will be imposed,” she said.

School Superintendent Matthew H. Malone said later that seven students were suspended as a result of the findings “and will face due process hearings.”

The lockdown drill – the first of its scale ever held at the high school – was top secret, with only a few people knowing of plans in advance. It began about 9:10 a.m. and ended at 10:30.

“It was hard for the kids not to move for an hour and a half,” said Szachowicz. “They really understood the seriousness. They were great.”

No telephone calls were taken by the school office during the drill. Students and staff remained in whatever classroom or office they were in when the drill was announced.

Callers to the high school were assured there was no emergency, crisis or problem at the high school, but that a drill was under way. Police blocked all entrances.

Parents received an automated, pre-recorded telephone call from Szachowicz at the start of the lockdown.

“God forbid you ever have a real situation where you have to do this” because of an intruder or disaster at school, Szachowicz said. “It was the first time we ever tested ourselves in this way and it was a success.”

Lt. Donnie Mills, head of the school police, coordinated the police response, Szachowicz said.

Participating departments came from Brockton, the state Department of Correction, Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department, Barnstable County Sheriff’s Department, Stoughton, Middleboro, Foxboro, Quincy, Scituate, Weymouth, Braintree, Hingham, Winchester, Rehoboth, Pembroke, Massasoit Community College and the Probation Department at Brockton District Court.

Mills said, “for a high school this size, with such large land mass, buildings and population, Brockton High School is extremely safe.”

Last year, the School Department received a two-year $300,000 Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools grant from the U.S. Department of Education to improve its emergency management plans, focusing on prevention-mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery.

The seven-building high school complex encompasses 548,000 square feet, according to the School Department.

Man what kind of pansies go to this school now ? Don't these kids know they have an image to uphold talk about a big time let down. I am utterly disgusted that clearly they are now going to school for an education, and not gang banging, prostitution, running drugs, drinking in school, riots what is this world coming too?

HarpoonFest 2011

HarpoonFest 2011: Save the Date!

Join us on May 20th and 21st as we kick off the summer here at the brewery at HarpoonFest. Celebrate 25 years of Harpoon with good friends and great beer!

What is HarpoonFest?

A celebration of the best of Summer – Fresh beer and live music
Boston’s Harpoon Brewery offers the ideal outdoor venue for celebrating summer
A wide selection of different styles of fresh beer from Harpoon and UFO
Delicious food sold by a variety of vendors
Come sit back, relax and enjoy the summer with friends at the Harpoon Brewery
Featuring popular Boston bands and DJs (check out the band schedule here)
Come run in the Harpoon 5-Miler on Sunday morning, May 22

When is HarpoonFest?

(Rain or Shine)

Friday, 5/20 5:30 - 11:00 pm at 9:30 pm
Saturday, 5/21 2:00 - 9:00 pm at 7:30 pm
all times are subject to change

Where is HarpoonFest?

At the Harpoon Brewery, 306 Northern Ave., on Boston's Waterfront
Click Here for Map/Directions

Where is HarpoonFest?

FREE SHUTTLE - from the South Station area. Departs from behind the Federal Reserve along the Fort Point Channel off Summer Street. Look for the Shuttle Sign.
TAKE THE "T" - hop aboard the the Silver Line at South Station. Visit http://www.mbta.com for schedules, rates and bus routes. Take SL2 or SL3 and get off at Harbor Street.
PUBLIC PARKING - available for a fee at the Brewery in garage across the street

More Details:

Cover charge $20.00 and includes a souvenir Pint Cup and one (1) drink ticket (does not include food or additional beers
Must be 21 or older and have proper I.D.
Cash bars offer a selection of fresh Harpoon & UFO beers for $5.00 a pint
Plenty capacity, come anytime!
For more info, call 888-HAR-POON ext 3

Band Schedule:

check out the band schedule here

Designated Drivers:

Remember to plan ahead and figure out how you will be getting home. Harpoon supports a Designated Driver program at each Festival. All designated drivers should visit the Customer Service booth when they arrive at the Festival where they will receive complimentary non-alcoholic beverages.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

German insurer Munich Re held orgy for salesmen

One of the biggest insurance companies in the world held a party for salesmen where they were rewarded with the services of prostitutes.

Munich Re is the world's biggest re-insurer - in other words, the company acts as an insurance company for other insurance companies.

One of its divisions, Ergo, told the BBC that the party had taken place to reward salesmen in 2007.

A spokesman said the people who organised it had since left.

The gathering was held at a thermal baths in the Hungarian capital Budapest as a reward to particularly successful salesmen.

'Whatever they liked'

There were about 100 guests and 20 prostitutes were hired.

A German business newspaper said the prostitutes had worn colour-coded arm-bands designating their availability, and the women had their arms stamped after each service rendered.

According to Handelsblatt, quoting an unnamed participant, guests were able to take the women to four-poster beds at the spa "and do whatever they liked".

"After each such encounter the women were stamped on the lower arm in order to keep track of how often each woman was frequented," the paper quoted the man as saying.

"The women wore red and yellow wrist bands. One lot were hostesses, the others would fulfil your every wish.

"There were also women with white wrist bands. They were reserved for board members and the very best sales reps."

A spokesman for Ergo told the BBC that the party had happened, but said it was not the usual way of rewarding their employees.

In another story HR for Munich Re had a increase in job applicants by 100%. Most frequently asked questions where.
1. Where tha hoe's at.
2. You still get fringe benefits right?
3. What exactlty intails a paid lunch break?

Game 3 tonight...

Game 2

There is a whole new wolf pack:

We are rolling deep this game - Supah P, Jared, Big Bob, Rio, MikeyT, Lanci, 6 of his friends and as you can see Towelman. Doing anything we can to try and work some B's magic. There was no Brian Folan though (a first this playoffs) as Supah P and him appear to be headed for a divorce.

I love how the playoff game times have switched to 8:00 pm start times. Just what this crowd of heathens needs - an extra hour of drinks!

We kicked off the night with beers at The North Star. Apparently Jared no longer kills the Budweiser heavies and has moved onto the Bud Lights. Good move my man, good move! We paid our tab early so that we could be in our seats before the drop of the puck. Thinking back I kind of wish I missed that 1st soft goal that Thomas let in.  The B's were down 1-0 before I even had a sip of my beer. I don't know if Thomas isn't focused or if he is too amped up but back to back games with quick goals like that SUCKS! A goal by Horton tied this bitch up and we got a whole new game. God damn sloppy goal with a few seconds left sucked all the air out of the joint. It went from rock concert loud to being in the middle of a library(do people still use the library?). I figured the team would come out to start the 2nd with a sloppy, forcing everything type of effort but man was I wrong. The kid, Tyler Seguin, tied it up at 2 and the team took off from there scoring 4 more goals to make it 6-3 after 2. With the exception of 2 total minutes the Bruins dominated the 1st 2 periods.

I know most people in the Garden, including Lanci, were saying this game was in the bag but I wasn't feeling that. Timmy Thomas looked like both Pete Peeters and Blaine Lacher rolled into one. I figured that it wouldn't be easy and it wasn't. After making some spectacular saves on at least 3 break aways Thomas let in at least one goal that he would like back and probably 2.  It was 6-5 with 7 minutes left and the B's had to dig in. The Lightening were not going down without a fight. This game was turning into an instant classic. Great goal tending, Tyler Seguins coming out party and a raucous crowd can can do that. The B's held on for the win. The series shifts to Tampa for games 3 and 4. KevBarry will be in attendance for Saturdays game. I hope he can bring the B's some luck.

I do not know if Savvy is traveling with the team to Tampa but it must be real hard for him to come to the games. I mean you play for one reason - to win a Cup! He looked like he was mad as hell in his luxury suite but his 2 sons seemed to be enjoying every minute of being on the Jumbotron.

Lets win it for Savvy!!

I would like to thank the kid behind me who was asked by the ushers to calm down and stop with the use of profanity. I can finally hear out of my right ear.

Monday, May 16, 2011

Chrissys stache

Here it is:
Who is in for my mustache challenge - Derek, Supah & Martells sister, Laura have signed up. I think Furi said he's in. Thought Jeffrey did as well? I have signatures for 3 of them. I don't really remember due to fact I was so fucked up.

All I ask is $1 a week to be paid at the 5th Annual Mustache Pub Crawl, Saturday May 12th, 2012.

Ill go the whole year with just a stache and trim it occasionally. I will donate half the cash to the cause. The other cash to drinking that day.

Who else is in.

Overall success

Other than a minor scuffle and some ex-lover drama. I would say the 4th Annual Mustache Pubcrawl was a success. We raised $1115 from t-shirt sales, plus another $105 in donations the day of, and yet still I have a $25 check and waiting on some other donations. When they all come in I will have a grand total and send the check to Dana Farber.

Just so you can start planning accordingly next years Mustache Pub crawl will be Saturday, May 12th. I promise I will buy more shirts. As far as the mishaps with the bars, that ain't my fault. I contacted each and every bar but if they decide to mislead me well they are just off the list.

This is what I learned this weekend:
1. You can not argue with fate (mustached french fry):
2. If you stop calling a girl, that happens to be your friend's sister and you end up on the same pub crawl - expect to be called out! I'm just saying!
3. Shots and mixed drinks are not a good idea on an all day pub crawl.
4. People look at you weird when you have a stache but they look at you weirder when you have a weak ass stache.
5. I am pretty sure this guy had a nice time on the crawl, Jackie Moon:

6. I can not get out of BJ's without spending less than $200 bucks!
7. Dot day is just 20 days away. I hope that everyone is prepared for the bowl off.
8. Nothing is worse than wanting a nice steak and cheese after a day of drinking and you get one of the worst ones ever.
9. Too cool for the green shirt:
10.I don't know why anyone would go to a techno brunch but they are gonna start having them every Saturday at the Red Sky.
11. They may have redone Trinity and made it look modern but the place still sucks.
12. Gavin's friend has some nice vocal pipes. Sounds like an angel.
13. Danny Douglas can't have enough chicken teriyaki at the Hong Kong. Dude was triple fisting that shit.
14. I love how the day after the crawl. Everyone has an excuse as to why they didn't show. Like I care.
15. Some people complaining that this years crawl didn't have the same turn out but I know there were tonds of new people that I didn't know and people were asking for shirts at the 5th bar.
16. Fake staches are quite expensive.
17. I can't believe that Smallville is officially ended.
18. When did Boston, Massachusetts turn into Seattle, Washington? RAIN AND COLD FOR 10 STRAIGHT DAYS?!

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Darts Update...Final Edition

On Thursday night we lost our playoff match marking the end to a very disappointing season. The playoff format is the first to win 13 games moves on to the next round and the other team goes home. With our terrible performance on Tuesday losing 8-4 it was not going to be easy to advance. Unfortunately, we made it tougher by giving away the first 2 games on Thursday to fall to 10-4. We could have folded up the tents and went home but we have too much pride for that. We also had a few bucks left in the suck and nothing better to do so we kept playing. We went on a run winning 5 of the next 7 games to get the match to 12-9, but in the end it was not enough. The final score was 13-9.

There is talk of changes for next year. New captain, players, new home bar, new blog updater to name a few. With 115 days until the start of the 2011 Fall season there will be plenty of time to make the necessary adjustments for the future of this franchise.


Friday, May 13, 2011

Sorry people

Doesn't seem like i'll be making it this year...stay stachey- the artist formerly known as Dale Sr.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Man Meat of the Week

In honor of the Pub Crawl this weekend I decided to put together a little montage of men with moustaches. Some can rock them, some should just shave them off and never, I repeat NEVER bother growing them again. As to which one is which...I'll let you be the judge.

I'll see you and your staches this weekend. After seeing some of the pictures posted they will no doubt be bigger and better this year!