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Thread: Game 6: Kings vs Habs - October 18th, 2017 7:30 PM PST

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    Default Game 6: Kings vs Habs - October 18th, 2017 7:30 PM PST

    Bet, y'all!

    Remember to lick/karma your fellow gamblers.

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    GKG! {First baby!}

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    Gkg
    at the draft party a couple of years ago, and under a considerable haze, i heard Birdman yell out the following (about 4 or 5 times, i think) - "don't marry yourselves to players!" he went on to reiterate that idea more than once on the boards, and i believe it to be absolutely sage.

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    Go Kongs!

    Keep the train a-roll'n!!

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    Too much fun to watch! I'm in on these strangers with home plates on their chests.
    "SUCK MY D**K!!" -Drew Doughty, October 8th, 2019 @ CGY GWG quote.

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    Montreal lies within the St. Lawrence Lowlands, between the Precambrian Shield to the northwest and the Appalachians to the east, and is underlain by slightly deformed and faulted sandstone, carbonate rocks and shales of Cambro-Ordovician age. Mount Royal, the large hill from which the city takes its name, is one of a series of Mesozoic plutons that intruded the sedimentary rocks. Surficial deposits are of Wisconsin age or younger, and include tills, interstadial silts and sands, marine clay, marine and estuarine beach materials and recent peat deposits.

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    geo: got too faded to bet last time, you just press the button, right? my bad.

    note to jam: who needs to be clever when you can be obscure? one guy gave me buffalo 66 karma and it was soooooo worth it. Don't over think it. =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by geogirl View Post
    Montreal lies within the St. Lawrence Lowlands, between the Precambrian Shield to the northwest and the Appalachians to the east, and is underlain by slightly deformed and faulted sandstone, carbonate rocks and shales of Cambro-Ordovician age. Mount Royal, the large hill from which the city takes its name, is one of a series of Mesozoic plutons that intruded the sedimentary rocks. Surficial deposits are of Wisconsin age or younger, and include tills, interstadial silts and sands, marine clay, marine and estuarine beach materials and recent peat deposits.
    Way north of Montreal but still interesting
    http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/ea...ield-1.4028576

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    Another bet on the boys in black! GKG!

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    Quote Originally Posted by geogirl View Post
    Montreal lies within the St. Lawrence Lowlands, between the Precambrian Shield to the northwest and the Appalachians to the east, and is underlain by slightly deformed and faulted sandstone, carbonate rocks and shales of Cambro-Ordovician age. Mount Royal, the large hill from which the city takes its name, is one of a series of Mesozoic plutons that intruded the sedimentary rocks. Surficial deposits are of Wisconsin age or younger, and include tills, interstadial silts and sands, marine clay, marine and estuarine beach materials and recent peat deposits.
    That means there is granite in them thar hills

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