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I wonder if he realized that Tinkie Winkie was said to be the gay character? At least per Pat Robertson....


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Ha Ha Ha, 0.30!? - Drunk?

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This is what, unfortunately, happens to some of the unemployed. The lock out this hockey season is taking a toll. These guys need to get back to work!
AHL. He is playing. Given the quality options for beer t's pretty tough to get through GR without getting bombed. I'd have suspected him of inebriation as soon as I found out he was a hockey player.

Funny story, I'll try to keep it short. End of HS senior year. Big keg party planned at a fellow grads house. School AD gets wind of party (his son was a class mate). Hoping to prevent party, AD threatens to call the coach of any college bound athlete caught at party (I was attending on a hockey scholarship). AD stakes out party and invites himself in. I, and a couple others called his bluff and did not ditch our beers when he showed up. Following through on threat he makes the phone calls. My coach, a Canadian and former NHL veteran started laughing when he got heard the news; "Drinking? The boys a hockey player! Hell, I'd be worried if didn't drink!" Keep in mind that this was over 35 years ago.
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This is what, unfortunately, happens to some of the unemployed. The lock out this hockey season is taking a toll. These guys need to get back to work!
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Funny story, I'll try to keep it short. End of HS senior year. Big keg party planned at a fellow grads house. School AD gets wind of party (his son was a class mate). Hoping to prevent party, AD threatens to call the coach of any college bound athlete caught at party (I was attending on a hockey scholarship). AD stakes out party and invites himself in. I, and a couple others called his bluff and did not ditch our beers when he showed up. Following through on threat he makes the phone calls. My coach, a Canadian and former NHL veteran started laughing when he got heard the news; "Drinking? The boys a hockey player! Hell, I'd be worried if didn't drink!" Keep in mind that this was over 35 years ago.
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