May 18, 2002
So this is a tradition, then?
Even more disturbing than the fact that someone thought it was a clever idea to bring a dead octopus to a hockey game, is that they managed to hold onto it patiently and wait until 15 minutes into the last period to fling it onto the ice....
Let's hear it for McCarty, though.
| from inside the mind of krix at May 18, 2002 02:52 PM
ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww. hey can you believe I finally figured out how to comment. jebus sometimes I freakin amaze myself.
how are you, I have missed you tremendously this week but havn't had time to even turn around. lots of heavy work related shit going down, it sirusly better not fuck with the trip plans next month!!!
take care sweets
ps this only goes to you right?
Um, no...this goes to everybody, tess.
It's the new. improved, interactive keanuvision.
Ah tess, what a hoot! At least you didn't tell any secrets. And we have confirmation on Bret's show. I'll email you about the plans.
Oh, and how deranged is that whole octopus thing? Talk about ruining a perfectly good hockey game!
a dead octopus. what in a person's mind would cause them to think that up? insane.
heh, I don't know kd. I was watching the game and I thought it was an isolated weird incident , but then I read in one of the articles about "keeping with Detroit tradition". I'm not sure if it's a hat-trick tradition or what, and if so, what do the fans do with the octopi if there's no hat-trick?
(fyi a hat-trick is 3 goals by the same player in a game. On the 3rd goal, fans often throw their hats onto the ice)
Yeah, dead octopus couldn't smell too good either. They've been doing that for years, but I don't see the intrigue frankly. But I gotta say Watching the Red Wings plays is way cool! Hockey is one of those last strongholds of "male testostorone" that separates the men from the boys! Go Red Wings! Rhonda
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