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Old 20-04-2004, 09:01 AM   #46
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I saw them in every concerts that I saw in front of the door trying to sell tickets. They must have reserved some for those who couldn't get tickets

Go Canucks Go, torture Kiprusoff
i'll definitely try to get tickets at the door.
but i'd like to get my hands on them before the concert of course.

all i have to say is:
down with the F-lames!!!
i'm rooting for detroit like there's no tommorow.
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Old 20-04-2004, 09:12 AM   #47
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Old 20-04-2004, 01:57 PM   #48
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i'll definitely try to get tickets at the door.
but i'd like to get my hands on them before the concert of course.

all i have to say is:
down with the F-lames!!!
i'm rooting for detroit like there's no tommorow.
good luck with getting the ticket.

as with the Cancuks, 4 straight playoff appearance with only a series win, that's pretty sad. I feel sorry for Hedberg too, playing an average game gave him the fate of sitting on the bench when you are supposed to be the first goalie after Cloutier.

when can Linden hold up the Stanley Cup ?

Sorry that I made it as an hockey forum

anyway, Muse Rocks, so does Canucks !!!

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Old 20-04-2004, 02:01 PM   #49
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Oh!I'm a typical Chinese,you can see that I'm from Shanghai
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nice to meet you, I have never been Shanghai, sadly
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Old 21-04-2004, 05:28 AM   #50
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I'm from Hong Kong too.
here's another honkie from down under
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Old 21-04-2004, 05:43 AM   #51
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good luck with getting the ticket.

as with the Cancuks, 4 straight playoff appearance with only a series win, that's pretty sad. I feel sorry for Hedberg too, playing an average game gave him the fate of sitting on the bench when you are supposed to be the first goalie after Cloutier.

when can Linden hold up the Stanley Cup ?

Sorry that I made it as an hockey forum

anyway, Muse Rocks, so does Canucks !!!
thanks
i'm definitely crossing my fingers.

argh. its so disappointing year after year.
i put all my hope in them and this is what happens.
and i still don't get why crawford decided to play auld instead of hedy.
auldy was good and everything, but i just think hedy would've been much better one on one.
and it just didn't seem fair to hedy either.
and now he's gonna leave
i love hedberg!

yeah i know!
it really sucks.
and with naslund wanting to retire like REALLY soon.
i duno where the team's going next year
sigh.
i guess we'll just have to wait and see when september rolls around.

anywho, i enjoyed making this a partial hockey forum. tee hee.

both muse and canucks rule! woot
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Old 21-04-2004, 01:19 PM   #52
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argh. its so disappointing year after year.
i put all my hope in them and this is what happens.
and i still don't get why crawford decided to play auld instead of hedy.
auldy was good and everything, but i just think hedy would've been much better one on one.
and it just didn't seem fair to hedy either.
and now he's gonna leave
i love hedberg!

yeah i know!
it really sucks.
and with naslund wanting to retire like REALLY soon.
i duno where the team's going next year
sigh.
i guess we'll just have to wait and see when september rolls around.

anywho, i enjoyed making this a partial hockey forum. tee hee.

both muse and canucks rule! woot
yes, totally.

At least now Hedberg can play at somewhere that he gets some respect. He is supposed to be a number one goalie, but not deserved to be under Crowford's doghouse at all. All Crow sees in his eyes is Cloutier, Cloutier and Cloutier. I feel bad for Skudra last year, it's even more ridiculous with how Crowford handled the goalie situation this year. He is too biased.

yes, next year will be very likely Nazzie's final year. I really respect him, he could easily earn much more by playing at somewhere else, but I also think he's carrying too much pressure on his shoulders.

by the way, the jovo jumping up and down thing is one heck of an unforgettable scene for this disappointed series

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Old 21-04-2004, 01:26 PM   #53
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see, another person from Hong Kong

that's why I said Muse is quite well-known in Hong Kong
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Old 21-04-2004, 02:23 PM   #54
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Sadly, muse only go to play in Japan. I've sent an email to tom before and he metioned that they have talked about coming here.

I wonder how long we will have to wait!
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Old 21-04-2004, 02:45 PM   #55
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There is surprisingly a large amount of muse fans from HK. thats good to know.
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i discovered muse when they released showbiz in australia in 2000, but yeah i reckon every honkie just started listening to muse since suede split lol
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Old 22-04-2004, 01:30 AM   #57
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i discovered muse when they released showbiz in australia in 2000, but yeah i reckon every honkie just started listening to muse since suede split lol

I get to know them when I wandered aroud the basement of Sino at Mong Kok when they have their Showbiz released
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Old 22-04-2004, 02:00 AM   #58
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See i don't know where all the cool music shops are in HK. I can only find the HMV's in Tsim Sha Tsui and Central, also the odd cd shop in the shopping centres like the one above Mong Kok KCR station.
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Old 22-04-2004, 04:29 AM   #59
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See i don't know where all the cool music shops are in HK. I can only find the HMV's in Tsim Sha Tsui and Central, also the odd cd shop in the shopping centres like the one above Mong Kok KCR station.

The cds in HMV are overpriced, it's just good to hang out there, I never consumed a single CD in there.

Places like 搖擺廊 at Wanchai 英皇, Zoo Records at 信和底層, the Panic at 西洋菜街, just to name a few
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Old 22-04-2004, 06:10 AM   #60
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yes, totally.

At least now Hedberg can play at somewhere that he gets some respect. He is supposed to be a number one goalie, but not deserved to be under Crowford's doghouse at all. All Crow sees in his eyes is Cloutier, Cloutier and Cloutier. I feel bad for Skudra last year, it's even more ridiculous with how Crowford handled the goalie situation this year. He is too biased.

yes, next year will be very likely Nazzie's final year. I really respect him, he could easily earn much more by playing at somewhere else, but I also think he's carrying too much pressure on his shoulders.

by the way, the jovo jumping up and down thing is one heck of an unforgettable scene for this disappointed series
Yeah, hedberg definitely wasn't given a fair chance. It really sucks because I love hedy. He's so awesome one-on-one and playing the puck. Well I think Cloutz is FINALLY coming into his own. He's improved a lot and was awesome during the playoffs. It's too bad he got hurt. I really think hedy could carry a team through the playoffs, whoever it may be next year. I'll miss him

Well Burke just announced today that if he stays, we're gonna have to make some pretty big changes with the team, even with the top players. So it's gonna be sad to see who's gonna go next year I just hope mo, nazzy, bert, cookie and the sedins will all be together. They can't break those guys up! Yeah, nazzy wasn't just carrying a load of pressure, but he was still injured from that damn steve moore hit. He has to get surgery right away for his elbow now. There's still bone fragments lying around. Damn that steve moore incident The dumbass commentators were all saying nazzy should go to the net, but I mean, he can't really afford to injure himself even more. But I guess they didn't know his elbow was still bothering him.

The jovo jump was CLASSIC. It was so adorable seeing him like that! It was even more heartbreaking seeing them interview the team after the game. Cookie looked like he was gonna cry I was so sad. I LOVE cookie to death. I'm hoping for next year now. No point in dwelling. I still love them
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