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Stihlman
Love RHJ, but he's a little to hot blooded to my liking.Looks like the crew is aware of this,but it would be to bad for him if he fucked it up for himself being to emotional and all.Guy just got to chill a little.
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DocHolliday
Stihlman wrote:
Love RHJ, but he's a little to hot blooded to my liking.Looks like the crew is aware of this,but it would be to bad for him if he fucked it up for himself being to emotional and all.Guy just got to chill a little.


not going to judge off of one moment. I personally love the competitive fire. Love the passion and pride he brings to the court. It’s infectious
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JeffB
Stihlman wrote:
Love RHJ, but he's a little to hot blooded to my liking.Looks like the crew is aware of this,but it would be to bad for him if he fucked it up for himself being to emotional and all.Guy just got to chill a little.


You need a player or two like that imo. This fanbase always wants everyone to be a choir boy.
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0nekhmer
Acie wrote:
From a dude on RGM



 sounds like he was just frustrated at himself and the teams defence after giving up 49 points in the quarter. he must have felt the team was gonna let this one slip away and he was gonna have to sit on the bench and watch it happen. I love the passion
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Mo_fusion
Yah I mean storming off to locker room might have been a bit theatrical. But that passion comes from a good place. Between him, Motherland's own pure and the Spanish blood, We have a decent offering of emotion !
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Carlito
Mo_fusion wrote:


Booya.

You speak of the Italian foods as I (re)watch the Irishman!

(Seen in Toronto during limited theatre release!)


Booya to you too brother ... watched the Irishman earlier in the day as well ... great day !!
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JeffB
Acie wrote:
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What makes this interesting is Powell was the one that knocked RHJ toque off his head while he was getting interviewed last week and he got pissed. He blew it off, saying he was kidding but I wonder if those two aren't getting along for some reason.

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LOG
LX wrote:
Second half was all post-coital with an over ingestion of thc-infused perogies to boot. Had to make it tough for sure, but they fought through it enough.

I somehow get a feeling it's a shot at me, oh it is! Whatever, i don't care, great game for the most part
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LX
Acie wrote:
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maybe still holding onto the gripe with norm over taking his toque off in a scrum as well
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LX

LOG wrote:

I somehow get a feeling it's a shot at me, oh it is! Whatever, i don't care, great game for the most part


what shot? It was an encapsulation of the general discussion in the first half. Nothing critical at all meant by my comment. Simply playing along, and i felt that the analogy worked for what the team was probably feeling, similar to how we were all feeling. 


i think your sarcasm meter is a bit off. No sarcasm meant at all. A high five if anything, so Rock and Roll baby.

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JeffB
So, apparently last nights game wasn't a sellout (18,132). This ends our home sellout streak at 245 games which started on November 11, 2014. Obviously the weather is likely to blame. Kind of a bummer, but still an impressive run.
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LOG
LX wrote:


what shot? It was an encapsulation of the general discussion in the first half. Nothing critical at all meant by my comment. Simply playing along, and i felt that the analogy worked for what the team was probably feeling, similar to how we were all feeling. 

 


i think your sarcasm meter is a bit off. No sarcasm meant at all. A high five if anything, so Rock and Roll baby.



Shot might have been a wrong word, I really didn't get offenfed in any way. My sarcasm meter might have been slow because all the cookies (those things are delish, my wife is a magician!)
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