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Equipment guy is the coffee connection

SAN JOSE -- The San Jose Sharks' dressing room might become a good site for a Tim Hortons commercial.

Signs were strategically placed throughout the dressing room area this weekend stating: "I have found a source for Tim Hortons coffee - $85 per case, plus shipping."

Equipment manager Mike Aldrich is behind the signs.

"We will probably have half the team order some," said Aldrich.

With 13 Canadians on the current roster, he might not be that far off.

The real source of the boxes of Tim Hortons coffee is Detroit equipment manager Paul Boyer.

The Red Wings, Blue Jackets and Capitals already import the wildly popular Canadian coffee for their dressing rooms.

I love how the Sharks equipment guy is a dealer and his supplier is the Red Wings equipment guy. So shady.

bkm5191's anonymous secrets thingie is really cool. I love the one where someone faked a person's life. That is just so fascinating to me. I don't mean in either a positive or negative way, really, because it doesn't sound like she did the standard OMG she died in a car accident!!! (yeah you know who I'm talking about) thing, which is awful because you are causing real grief to people, and I think that's just mean.

There's one person on my friends list who I'm absolutely convinced is a completely phony person. Or at least 90% a phony. But really, what's the harm? Her phoniness is really fun and crazy, and she doesn't try to lure people to her base of evil where she chops them up into little pieces, so we just all get to enjoy this phony person, kind of like reading a book or watching a movie.

All the honesty is very interesting to me. With online people, I'm only honest with people who I think it would actually have some kind of positive effect on. I don't bother with stupid and irredeemable people. Or well, I actually have no issue with stupid people, just stupid people who think they're smart. It's kind of ironic, they think they're smart because they're too stupid to realise that they aren't smart. :P So if I ever say anything negative to you, it means I like you, otherwise I couldn't be bothered, haha.

And I am never ever going to lie that I like a fic when I don't. I think it's such a shame that everyone is caught up in this... obligation to say something nice about someone else's fic because they're your friend, or because you want them to say something nice about your own fic. And it's also a shame that people take criticisms of their fics to be criticisms of them, like someone just told them they have a defect or something. Which I suppose is the root cause of all the lying. Of course everyone is hurt by feedback pointing out something the person didn't like, but that's a distinct thing from feeling personally attacked, which it almost never is.

Also, "Jordan Staal has AIDS and dies" is one of my favourite sentences ever. I'm going to add it to my interests.

[Edit: Fuckers. Interests have a word limit of 4. I could do "Jordan Staal has AIDS" but that isn't as good. :(]

[Edit 2: Going with crankygeek's suggestion of hyphenating it. Success!]

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-- love how the Sharks equipment guy is a dealer and his supplier is the Red Wings equipment guy. So shady.-- Hee that could be like the beginning of a hilarious satire fic! *pokes* I hear a lot about Tim Horton's but I've never tried it...or seen it to tell ya the truth. Is it really that good? Or is an addictive chemical in it or something, like with KFC, makes one crave it nightly?

I'm constantly finding myself wanting to be honest with people, especially online, I see them posting these like desperate rants and please and woes and I keep thinking to myself "well if they would just... then that would fix everything" but I know they won't and will never do it so I don't tell them, and then I start resenting them. I hate that, bah!

I have never seen or tried this mythical Tim Hortons either! Their commercials sure make everything look yummy, though.

You know, I think everything in Starbucks has some addictive substance. I've been obsessed with their green tea latte, peppermint hot chocolate and cupcakes at different times.

For the most part, people are responsible for their own misery. But most people don't want to be accountable so they prefer to just blame everyone and everything around them for the state they're in instead.

Hee! One of the things I miss about having that NHL CenterIce Package is the regional commercials, so that's when I first saw Tim Horton's commercials. I was like wtf is this coffee?

Ha! I bet Starbucks pours liquid heroin in their stuff, I find myself twitchily craving their chai, and that Berry Blossom tea and everyone seems to have that one starbucks they crave. And I want to hate Starbucks cause they scout out areas where there are cute little delis and coffee shops and put them out of business. but on the other hand they deal in fair trade products so they're like the head cheerleader/prom queen of the high school who also spends weekends feeding the poor and reading to the elderly. Bah! At least I can still hate KFC lol. I've never tried it before but everyone around me literally drools when we pass one by. *le shudder*

Now I want to see "So I married and Axe murderer"--havent seen it in years but the only part I really remember is the Mike Meyers KFC rant.

Yeah, online seems to be a place people use to vent. I've been trying not to stress myself over reading some people's problems because I wonder if they're lives are really that bad at all. LIke did they post in the moment and felt okay later? That kind of thing.

LIke my paper journal is where I vent my most woe-est of woes and hatey-est of hates. If someone picked that thing up and read it they'd thing I was some naked little orphan trapped in a dank dungeon somewhere in afghanistan.

I have been tempted by the white tea for a while, but just found it kind of ridiculous that a tea bag in hot water would be $1.35, but got one finally because you said it's good and I do like it!

I find that most people make their own misery. There are a few people who are genuinely the victim of circumstances, but most people do make the choice to be miserable so I'm not bothered as much.

OMG doesn't it smell like...I don't know like the yummyest perfume ever? And I love it with a splash of soymilk (or cream if you prefer) and with a couple packets of honey. Then it's worth the 1.25.

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