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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 10:20:16 PM   
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That was my first thought but I think it might actually be real.  I notice the one front right huff, bent back rather awkwardly.  Either it's a detailed photoshop job, or it's real.

photo shop if the horse was that big the entire front of the car would be completely destroyed.


I'm not sure about that. I've never seen a horse go head to head with a car, but I've seen several moose and a lot of big deer. Usually , in the case of the moose, the animal survives, but the car and it's diver don't.

yeah lots of people get killed hitting both.


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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 10:21:50 PM   
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these are all images of cars hitting deer notice how much damage a small deer causes.




True, but a horse or a moose is one heck of a lot bigger than even a big deer. And that was a BIG pick-up truck, not a subcompact. The photo looks like the horse had his front legs broken by the cars bumper, so it looks like he dove thru the windshield, right over the hood (instead of thru it). Low cars will do that. One day I had a collie run out in front of my low slung sports car, and it scooped him up right onto my windshield (I'd managed to break so that I couldn't have been doing more than 5-10 miles an hour). No injury whats so ever to the dog. (Except that it scared the crap out him!)

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 10:24:40 PM   
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Bob walked into a sports bar and sat down next to an attractive blonde at the bar and stared up at the 10 p.m. news on TV. They were covering the story of a man on a ledge threatening to jump.
The blonde said, "Do you think he'll jump?"

Bob said, "I bet he'll jump."

“I bet he won't."

Bob said, "You're on!"

Just as the blonde placed her money on the bar, the guy on the ledge did a swan dive.

The blonde handed her $20 to Bob, saying, "Fair's fair. Here's your money." Bob replied, "I can't take your money. I saw this earlier on the 5 pm news, and so I knew he would jump."

The blonde replied, "I did too, but I didn't think he'd do it again."

Bob took the money...

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 10:31:16 PM   
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An old favorite.....

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/8/2009 10:48:26 PM   
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these are all images of cars hitting deer notice how much damage a small deer causes.




True, but a horse or a moose is one heck of a lot bigger than even a big deer. And that was a BIG pick-up truck, not a subcompact. The photo looks like the horse had his front legs broken by the cars bumper, so it looks like he dove thru the windshield, right over the hood (instead of thru it). Low cars will do that. One day I had a collie run out in front of my low slung sports car, and it scooped him up right onto my windshield (I'd managed to break so that I couldn't have been doing more than 5-10 miles an hour). No injury whats so ever to the dog. (Except that it scared the crap out him!)

Notice the similarities in impact, no hood damage, wind shield and roof destroyed. The amount of damage will be a function of relative speed as well as size of the animal (total momentum). The posted pictures are of cars hitting animals on the highway. The horse picture is in the city. The impact velocity could be much lower, yet still could have killed the horse on impact.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 5:28:56 AM   
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Far too early in the morning tithe...

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LOG! - 6/9/2009 5:47:39 AM   
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for Log!'s sake what is it lately with mammal butts and cars?


Starting to feel like Everett WA here......


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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 7:52:24 AM   
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Hi all,

Good morning!


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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 8:56:49 AM   
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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 9:11:51 AM   
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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 12:05:44 PM   
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Good morning - Tithe. 

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 2:48:12 PM   
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Hi all,

Hello "Odin", "Bobo" and Mike!

Time to go home for quick lunch and then to lectures... around 2 more weeks to go...


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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 5:31:31 PM   
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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 5:37:51 PM   
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Lunch tithe.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 5:42:03 PM   
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Got the official word.  They screwed up the evaluation process, and my son should have been the first or second of 4 goalies picked, but the list the coaches used to pick from was wrong.  Too late to do anything about it.  Sorry.  Keep at it.  Look forward to seeing him at next year's tryouts.  Blah, blah, blah. 

The good news is that my son has perked up a great deal since finding out he was actually evaluated as the top 11 year old goalie in the region, even if they screwed up and left him off all the teams.  He'll likely be ready to play in a house league in the fall. 

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 6:17:38 PM   
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He'll likely be ready to play in a house league in the fall. 

At least a victory of sorts for the young guy. And congrats to the long-suffering-in-silence dad, as well.

Next time you treat the budding superstar goalie for his hard work, let him know that there's at least one of the raving lunatics you communicate with out here who's pulling for him and wishing him every success.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 6:25:15 PM   
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umm what is adapted floor hockey

I don't dare start, bobo, or I'm likely to wander off into one of my comedy routines that nobody thinks is funny and offends everybody. In Minnesota, it's a way to let the "physically and emotionally challenged" play a version of hockey, only they don't use skates and whack away with sticks that are about as stiff as soft-drink straws at a puck that is approximately the same hardness as a Hostess Twinkie fresh out of the wrapper. And they play it indoors, so that the little darlings don't have to get their challenged tootsies cold.

They go whole hog for this kind of thing up there (I consider it one of the consequences of living someplace where half your brain cells are frozen, and you drink the other half to death). They have leagues, and even a state tournament. Here's a team pic of one of the recent champs:





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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 6:31:48 PM   
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Well, if you're in a wheelchair, it's probably kinda hard to play on ice. Unless you put the chair on skates as well... Hmm, did I just invent a new sport?

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 6:37:08 PM   
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He'll likely be ready to play in a house league in the fall. 

At least a victory of sorts for the young guy. And congrats to the long-suffering-in-silence dad, as well.

Next time you treat the budding superstar goalie for his hard work, let him know that there's at least one of the raving lunatics you communicate with out here who's pulling for him and wishing him every success.

More than just one. What Pas said. J

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 6:40:01 PM   
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Well, if you're in a wheelchair, it's probably kinda hard to play on ice. Unless you put the chair on skates as well... Hmm, did I just invent a new sport?


I'd pay to watch that

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 6:49:11 PM   
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Well, if you're in a wheelchair, it's probably kinda hard to play on ice. Unless you put the chair on skates as well... Hmm, did I just invent a new sport?


I'd pay to watch that

Ya know? I could see a game that resembles a combination of curling, dwarf-tossing and horseshoes. See, ya get points for shoving your wheelchair-bound guy down the ice closest to the stake, but the other side gets a chance to shove their guy down there, too, so that he can push the other one away from the stake. Can you imagine the fistfights?

Oops. Sorry. I was afraid I was gonna do that...

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 6:55:13 PM   
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Got the official word.  They screwed up the evaluation process, and my son should have been the first or second of 4 goalies picked, but the list the coaches used to pick from was wrong.  Too late to do anything about it.  Sorry.  Keep at it.  Look forward to seeing him at next year's tryouts.  Blah, blah, blah. 

The good news is that my son has perked up a great deal since finding out he was actually evaluated as the top 11 year old goalie in the region, even if they screwed up and left him off all the teams.  He'll likely be ready to play in a house league in the fall. 

what's a house league?

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 6:56:54 PM   
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umm what is adapted floor hockey

I don't dare start, bobo, or I'm likely to wander off into one of my comedy routines that nobody thinks is funny and offends everybody. In Minnesota, it's a way to let the "physically and emotionally challenged" play a version of hockey, only they don't use skates and whack away with sticks that are about as stiff as soft-drink straws at a puck that is approximately the same hardness as a Hostess Twinkie fresh out of the wrapper. And they play it indoors, so that the little darlings don't have to get their challenged tootsies cold.

They go whole hog for this kind of thing up there (I consider it one of the consequences of living someplace where half your brain cells are frozen, and you drink the other half to death). They have leagues, and even a state tournament. Here's a team pic of one of the recent champs:





down here we just let them play normal baseball.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 7:08:00 PM   
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down here we just let them play normal baseball.

I saw some playing T-ball once. The kid at bat hauled off and took a mighty swing that missed the ball, but hit the tee, which went skittering across the dirt out toward the little girl who was playing the pitcher defense position. The ball just dropped straight down on the plate, and the kid started running toward first. Nobody told the little girl what to do in these circumstances, so she ran over, picked up the tee, ran over to the kid and whacked him right over the head with it. Knocked him flat.

She stood there for a second, not knowing what to do next. Then, she looked up at the ump (a fat, middle-aged lesbian type who was waddling confusedly up the baseline with an aghast look on her face that said, "Oh, no, how do we turn this into warm fuzzies"), and asked, "Well? Was he safe or out?"

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 7:10:31 PM   
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umm what is adapted floor hockey

I don't dare start, bobo, or I'm likely to wander off into one of my comedy routines that nobody thinks is funny and offends everybody. In Minnesota, it's a way to let the "physically and emotionally challenged" play a version of hockey, only they don't use skates and whack away with sticks that are about as stiff as soft-drink straws at a puck that is approximately the same hardness as a Hostess Twinkie fresh out of the wrapper. And they play it indoors, so that the little darlings don't have to get their challenged tootsies cold.

They go whole hog for this kind of thing up there (I consider it one of the consequences of living someplace where half your brain cells are frozen, and you drink the other half to death). They have leagues, and even a state tournament. Here's a team pic of one of the recent champs:





down here we just let them play normal baseball.


That's because if you watch Texas teams, you won't know the difference! Why do you think they call a short pop fly a "Texas leaguer"?



For the benefit of our Euro-friends and non-baseball payers out there , A Texas leaguer is a term for a pop-fly ball that is so pathetic and anemic that it doesn't get out of the infield (that's the diamond that has the four bases). It's such a short , wimpy hit that the players have to run in for it, and they can seldom catch it. Due to a vaguarity in statistics keeping , it's treated the same as a "line-drive", a good , solid respectable hit. The phrase is also used to mean looks good on paper, not in real life.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 7:10:51 PM   
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Early day tithe...

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 7:40:16 PM   
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Bob walked into a sports bar and sat down next to an attractive blonde at the bar and stared up at the 10 p.m. news on TV. They were covering the story of a man on a ledge threatening to jump.
The blonde said, "Do you think he'll jump?"

Bob said, "I bet he'll jump."

“I bet he won't."

Bob said, "You're on!"

Just as the blonde placed her money on the bar, the guy on the ledge did a swan dive.

The blonde handed her $20 to Bob, saying, "Fair's fair. Here's your money." Bob replied, "I can't take your money. I saw this earlier on the 5 pm news, and so I knew he would jump."

The blonde replied, "I did too, but I didn't think he'd do it again."

Bob took the money...



Blind Bob walked into a bar (with his guide dog) and sat down at the bar. When his beer arrived he says to the bartender "Do you want to hear a good joke about blondes?"

The bartender replies "Listen buddy, I'm blonde, you're sat next to the women's Olympic Judo champion who's also blonde. The doorstaff are both blonde, and the women's wrestling champion is sat behind you, she's blonde as well. Are you sure you want to carry on with that joke."

Bob answers back "No, not if I have to explain it five times"


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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 8:31:14 PM   
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He'll likely be ready to play in a house league in the fall. 

At least a victory of sorts for the young guy. And congrats to the long-suffering-in-silence dad, as well.

Next time you treat the budding superstar goalie for his hard work, let him know that there's at least one of the raving lunatics you communicate with out here who's pulling for him and wishing him every success.

More than just one. What Pas said. J


Thanks, Pas, JWE, and all.

The budding superstar goalie has actually met 3 of the raving lunatics from THE THREAD!!! in person. Two were on hockey trips last year.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 8:35:44 PM   
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Got the official word.  They screwed up the evaluation process, and my son should have been the first or second of 4 goalies picked, but the list the coaches used to pick from was wrong.  Too late to do anything about it.  Sorry.  Keep at it.  Look forward to seeing him at next year's tryouts.  Blah, blah, blah. 

The good news is that my son has perked up a great deal since finding out he was actually evaluated as the top 11 year old goalie in the region, even if they screwed up and left him off all the teams.  He'll likely be ready to play in a house league in the fall. 

what's a house league?


"House league" is the hockey equivalent to your local baseball little league. You play the other teams in the league from your neighborhood or in hockey, your rink (house). My son has been playing on a travel team for the last 2 seasons, similar to American Legion baseball. They travel to other cities to play the top teams from those areas, for better competition.

Playing in a house league is still hockey, but it wouldn't be the same competition level, or coaching level. We would do it for the fun and time on the ice. Combined with some private lessons, we can probably keep him up to speed at a competitive level for next year's travel team tryouts.

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RE: THE THREAD!!! - 6/9/2009 8:41:01 PM   
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He'll likely be ready to play in a house league in the fall. 

At least a victory of sorts for the young guy. And congrats to the long-suffering-in-silence dad, as well.

Next time you treat the budding superstar goalie for his hard work, let him know that there's at least one of the raving lunatics you communicate with out here who's pulling for him and wishing him every success.

More than just one. What Pas said. J


Thanks, Pas, JWE, and all.

The budding superstar goalie has actually met 3 of the raving lunatics from THE THREAD!!! in person. Two were on hockey trips last year.


Mike, I hope that you are not letting it rest there? I find it very hard to believe that there is nothing that they can do, but I find it very easy to believe that there is something that they can do THAT WILL TAKE SOME EFFORT. Why not push the up button? This strikes me as a major mistake, and it may well not be their 1st. Alex may not be the 1st kid that got screwed by them. OK, so they made a mistake. Does that mean that it shouldn't be reported to their superiors? And if no one else is interested, how about the team sponsors? These folks are usually stand guy, small business, and community minded entrepreneurs.They usually have a well developed sense of right and wrong , and screwing an innocent kid because some "official" is too lazy to correct his mistake is always wrong.

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