Say what you will, but there is an intangible here. It's called attitude. One has an attitude that is a little hard to work with. One has an attitude that you love to see. I'll let you figure out which is which. Some might think that means next to nothing, but you'd be surprised.
HHOF? One, maybe. One, I should think so. Again, I'll let you figure out which is which.
My housemate isn't talking to me (a die hard Bruins fan). And I have all I can do to keep the smirk off my face. Inwardly, I'm singing "Happy Happy Joy Joy", and outwardly keeping as straight a face as I can. What a beautiful goal my Pasha scored, and how wonderful that it was he who wielded the dagger for tonight. Thank ye, me darlin'...'tis grateful I am to you.
I have to be so circumspect this time...my housemate is a die hard Boston fan. I really have to tread lightly until this is over. Of course, if we win, it will get worse, but I don't care. GO WINGS!!!!
I love the fans in Winnepeg. They call him "Mario's pool boy". He's cornering the market on ****** baggery, that's for sure. Let's put it this way, if we do get them, it's open season - not one player is safe from slamming and Photoshopping the hell out of them. I've seen more diving from them than the loons on the lakes around here. But I love the loons.
Sometimes it takes something like this to bring a problem to the surface. My husband had a stroke at 33 Scared the absolute hell out of both of us. But it showed something that we knew he had, but hadn't been properly diagnosed. They did an EEG (electroencephalogram), and it showed that he has temporal lobe epilepsy. We knew he had the problem but they told us that up until that time, they didn't really know how to read the EEGs to find it (this was the mid-80's, mind you).
Since then, we know that science has vastly improved. By something like this happening now, it might just have saved his life. Hopefully with time to heal, proper medication and care, he can have a long life. May cut his career short, but in the long run that would probably be a small setback. Good luck, Kris - I hate your team with a purple passion, but I wish you well.