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RicardoObviouso

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RicardoObviouso last won the day on March 9 2015

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  1. i have done quite a few transactions with StubHub. Also if you are going to buy from someone on craigslist, ticketmaster has a feature where they will actually transfer the e-tickets to your ticketmaster account. this is the ONLY way to ensure that the e-tickets you bought weren't printed off multiple times and sold repeatedly. other than that, if you buy an e-ticket from someone the only way to guarantee entry to the venue is to be the first one to get scanned in at the gate. as of right now on stub hub there are over 2500 tickets available, all are guaranteed and your lowest price at the moment is $205 per.
  2. what the hell are you talking about.
  3. holy shit RACHEL! man i was in love with her... and totally forgot about that.
  4. http://passages.winnipegfreepress.com/passage-details/id-208829/name-Christoffer_Haugen/ username: sodamntired
  5. great finale. i had high expectations and when i turned the tv off i was satisfied.
  6. "arrows of desire.... good luck with it" bipolarity, not bipolarism
  7. apparently (may just be a rumor) there is a breaking bad spin off in the works. saul goodman is the protagonist.
  8. as soon as the vid started, i thought to myself "it would be cool if he walked off the street, into a bar and then on stage and started playing"
  9. i random yelled once. at a small club in vancouver at the plaza of nations played a band called limb lifter. they literally ran out from behind the stage, picked up their gear and started going at it. the first song was horrible, they were way out of sync and i yelled something to my friend... it couldn't have been worse timing because i had raised my voice so he could hear me over the loudness, but right as i started saying it they finished, so literally the song ended and the first thing everyone in the place heard was "THESE GUYS SUCK!" anyways, fast forward about 6 or 7 years and I'm at a party. there's this guy there and we're getting along swimmingly. I sort of recognize him, but it's dark and we've been drinking for a while. We end up going to his place which is a couple doors down and sure enough its ryan dahle. i'm like "dude, i have a confession" and as soon as i started painting the picture he's like "THAT WAS YOU!?.... AWESOME!"
  10. probably because your parents don't love you and girls never looked at you.
  11. off topic, but: it's not NHL players, it's Junior hockey players, specifically Canadian ones. and it's not an anomaly, it's a direct affect of the cut off dates for registration in minor hockey, which is the last day of the year. When you're 8, 9, 10 years old, 7-11 months of maturity makes a huge difference. The kids born in January, February and March have almost a year on those born in October, November & December. they're bigger and stronger and more experienced. in hockey, if you're bigger and stronger you're given more opportunity to succeed and thus they are at a developmental advantage because they are given more opportunity to improve. by the time they get to major junior level, they have logged more ice time (i'm sure you're aware of the 10,000 hour "rule"?), have played on better teams with better coaches and given more connections... however, when it comes time to be judged against those who have made it as professional athletes, the sample size is much bigger and so is the talent pool, so their abilities become less impressive and the natural skill and vision become more important. essentially, your birth month can only get you so far, then the stars need to align ;)
  12. i've been to the biodome in montreal. vancouver aquarium is way better. no matter where you go snowboarding you're going to spend $100. it costs $40 just to get up and down grouse on the gondola and the actual on-snow experience isn't as good. as for the gluten free places/dishes, if it says it's gluten free, how would there be any confusion? sounds like you're making excuses to not go. if you decide to, try sweet cherubim on commercial drive. totally gluten free and tasty.
  13. the big c is good, too. watched the first two seasons on netflix, havent watched since then. i cant find anything more recent on netflic or apple tv.
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