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Re: Olympics

Post by Mr_Blues » 28 Feb 2010, 14:35

blueskev wrote:
Mr_Blues wrote: I REALLY WOULD LIKE TO USE CURSING WORD RIGHT HERE, WE WON 5-3 AFTER 1-3 LOSE SITUTATION, 4 GOALLS IN LAST ROUND !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D :D :D :D :D :D 8)
Wow, great come back :-)
It sure was and it was worth to get up 4.45am to see the game :D

Good luck Canada and USA, time will tell which one will get the gold. My guess is that Canada will win
it because they are having the home tournament which will give extra kick AND they lost the earlier game,
Canada wants to settle the score with USA :)

Cheers Jim! :)



WELL JIM, you won the gold medal, you wanted to win more than USA wanted, cool :)
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I better just sit back and drink beer. :)

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Re: Olympics

Post by Jim M » 01 Mar 2010, 17:51

Yes it was a GREAT wekend in Vancouver !
Congrats to Finland on a fantastic comeback to win silver !
I think everyone in Canada watched that gold medal game and our hearts all stopped when the game tied up w/ 26 seconds left ! What a party after ! THere were well over 100,000 people downtown clogging all the streets.
Very peacefull celebrations and a FANTASTIC party.
Jim
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Re: Olympics

Post by Mr_Blues » 01 Mar 2010, 19:05

Jim M wrote:Yes it was a GREAT wekend in Vancouver !
Congrats to Finland on a fantastic comeback to win silver !
I think everyone in Canada watched that gold medal game and our hearts all stopped when the game tied up w/ 26 seconds left ! What a party after ! THere were well over 100,000 people downtown clogging all the streets.
Very peacefull celebrations and a FANTASTIC party.
Jim
Well, one tiny thing, we didn´t get silver, USA got that when they lost to you :)
We won bronze :)
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Re: Olympics

Post by Jim M » 01 Mar 2010, 20:13

Sorry typo on my part !
At least I tried to upgrade Finland !
I know your comment from below re; winning Bronze but loosing gold and getting silver.
If you watched the award ceromony the U.S. team looked very upset w/silver even though they had nothing to be ashamed of and should be proud of silver!
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Re: Olympics

Post by Mr_Blues » 02 Mar 2010, 06:37

Jim M wrote:Sorry typo on my part !
At least I tried to upgrade Finland !
I know your comment from below re; winning Bronze but loosing gold and getting silver.
If you watched the award ceromony the U.S. team looked very upset w/silver even though they had nothing to be ashamed of and should be proud of silver!
Jim
Thanks for the upgrade :D
I didn´t see award ceremony but know what you mean. Well the losing of the gold was in their heads, enjoying the silver will start a bit later. That is rather common sense I guess...
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