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Wednesday, July 13, 2005
The babies stopped crying

Yes, there is light at the end of the tunnel. The NHL and the NHLPA have come to terms on an agreement, in principle, on a new collective bargaining agreement.
But I still feel antsy about the whole "in principle" thing. It seems like a situation I remember from the ever foggy Golden Words days of university.

Homer, IN THEORY, having an elephant as a pet is a bad idea.

In theory Marge. In theory, communism works. IN THEORY.

Well, you can get the idea. Everyone's jumping for joy. Yay hockey's back. IN THEORY. The players have yet to OK it and the owners have yet to ratify it. But it's not going to stop rampaging hordes of Canucks fans buying up tons of overprice tickets. Me, though I'm happy Vancouver's seat tickets, on average, are $100 per seat less than those of the Make Me Laughs Maple Leafs, owners, if your fans are this loyal, pay them back. And pay them back huge.

Bring the cup back to Canada. Vancouver would be nice, but just don't confuse anyone from Toronto from being 100% Canadian.
neolithic pondered at 20:28
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