"There is always a philosophy for lack of courage."—Albert Camus

Friday, September 16, 2005

A Puckish Review Of Ice Escapades

A Messier retirement has reminded us of that sport again. You know, the one populated by all those whale-a-fellow-in-a-helmet guys. After extensive research, I have an update.

Hockey last year played hookey. The players had grievances and they were not going to let the owners skate. The owners held the keys and they would not let the players skate. At first, they tried to keep the season on ice until they could ice a deal but the icy atmosphere between the two sides prevailed. So with eyes open, they closed their ice.

Now they say all is well. But I think that they crossed my red line, so I just might take a pass.

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