Friday, June 8, 2007
But hey I guess we got so used to watching Jason Spezza sleepwalk through the finals, we thought it was ok.
What a great picture
But needless to say, we don't have much to bring you this post.
It is the offseason. Sometimes sleep is more important.
But don't worry we will be back tonight.
Until then, enjoy this Photoshop
And this piece of up lifting news about the arena
A few things discussed at the meeting:
- Enter into a lease with the Penguins on the new arena, one that will run 29 years and 11 months, based on the terms agreed to in March, plus an accompanying agreement that will bind the team to Pittsburgh for at least that long. The formal lease documents are still being finalized.
- Buy the former St. Francis Central Hospital from the team for $8.5 million, $500,000 more than the Penguins paid for it in 2000. The property is needed for the arena construction.
- Enter into an extension with the Penguins covering the time the team will play at Mellon Arena until their home is ready. Under the extension, the Penguins could take over from SMG as master tenant of the building in July, giving them more control over revenue.
Everyone also agreed Big Ben is a joke.
One thing that doesn't fall asleep:
Since the 9:00 deadline is too early, closing time will be 11:00 PM.
White Rabbit/Don’t You Want Somebody To Love
“Eat a banana while you’re watching…or smoke a banana…”---good times
Wilco is “F-ing awesome.”
(Thanks for the video & your quote, theNick)
Amazing Hotel California performance
(Thanks for suggesting The Eagles, Spencemo)
Foo Fighters are unreal
Beastie Boys made quite an entrance
(Thanks Jonny V)
Minor Threat - Out of Step
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