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    How's my stickmanship?



    Peace,
    Preston

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    Stick with it Preston, you'll get better

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    Winter doesn't suck!

    It's -25 here and there is 4 feet of snow on my lawn, but I took the dog for a walk down at the bay, not a wisp of wind and very sunny and clear. The harbour is covered in skate sailers and ice fishing huts, and the waterside rink is packed with people skating.

    A beautiful winter's day.
    It is now my duty to completely drain you.

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    I think it looks good. You would have had to drink a whole lot of beer to do it another popular way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianStraps View Post
    Winter doesn't suck!

    It's -25 here and there is 4 feet of snow on my lawn, but I took the dog for a walk down at the bay, not a wisp of wind and very sunny and clear. The harbour is covered in skate sailers and ice fishing huts, and the waterside rink is packed with people skating.

    A beautiful winter's day.
    If I wasn't so broken up everywhere with this f'd up body of mine I'd have a different opinion! Trust me ☺

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    Preston

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    Winter doesn't suck!

    It's -25 here and there is 4 feet of snow on my lawn, but I took the dog for a walk down at the bay, not a wisp of wind and very sunny and clear. The harbour is covered in skate sailers and ice fishing huts, and the waterside rink is packed with people skating.

    A beautiful winter's day.
    If there is sarcasm hidden in this statement, you did a great job of working over it......
    "Either He's Dead, Or My Watch Has Stopped....."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nokie View Post
    If there is sarcasm hidden in this statement, you did a great job of working over it......
    Nope, being straight up on that one. I'm a red-blooded Canadian, you can't scare me with cold. It's the driving wind and puddles of slush that drive me to drink.
    It is now my duty to completely drain you.

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    I don't mind the cold either. It's being trapped under about 4 to 5 feet of snow right now that's the issue!

    You're aware of what's happening on the east coast, right? ☺

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    Yep, that's pretty high up on the ol' Suck-O-Meter. Stay warm!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianStraps View Post
    Winter doesn't suck!

    It's -25 here and there is 4 feet of snow on my lawn, but I took the dog for a walk down at the bay, not a wisp of wind and very sunny and clear. The harbour is covered in skate sailers and ice fishing huts, and the waterside rink is packed with people skating.

    A beautiful winter's day.
    Yeah, yeah; that's what all the canucks say, when they can't go south.

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