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  1. koho

    Your 2018/2019 Toronto Maple Leafs

    not in favour at all of bring Dion back at all😱🙄 and why the fuck are we still living in the past, when the future is right here in front of us😉 we are right now, as of this minute the best squad the Leafs will put on the ice in at least 25 years
  2. koho

    2018 Offseason

    Thank-you Ryan Ellis
  3. koho

    Framework for Marijuana Bill

    i'm not offside with this idea in fact i think it's better then the idea of CCBO, it will be successful no doubt, the ontario licencing will be handed out like candy to all of Dog Ford's cronies, which is a shame
  4. koho

    Who is America

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/sacha-baron-cohen-gets-joe-arpaio-to-accept-blow-job-from-trump OWNED Sacha Baron Cohen Gets Joe Arpaio to Accept ‘Amazing Blow Job’ From Trump Former sheriff Joe Arpaio also told Baron Cohen it ‘wouldn’t surprise’ him if the president has had a ‘golden shower.’ MATT WILSTEIN 08.05.18 10:49 PM ET After an underwhelming Who Is America? episode last week, Sacha Baron Cohen came roaring back Sunday night with a brand new character and “America’s toughest sheriff,” Joe Arpaio. Arpaio, who was recently pardoned by President Donald Trump for illegally detaining Latinos in Arizona, is vying for the Republican nomination for Senate in that state. His appearance with Baron Cohen isn’t likely to help him get any closer to his goal. Playing a Finnish “unboxing” celebrity named OMGWhizzBoyOMG with a shock of bright orange hair, Baron Cohen sat down with the former sheriff and first asked him to explain “what communists are doing to stop people having guns.”
  5. koho

    Last Song: Youtube Edition

    you talkin bout Roy Buchanan? if so the guy is from Ozark Arkansas
  6. koho

    Last Movie

    it was awesome and definitely the best movie of what i consider a great franchise
  7. koho

    2018 Offseason

    https://thehockeynews.com/news/article/31-outlandish-predictions-reality-checks-summertime-musings-on-the-2018-19-nhl-season It’s been two months since the NHL’s last game and it’s two months until the next one. In other words, we’re stuck in the dog days of August, the quietest time in the NHL schedule. With that mind, we’re keeping things light with 31 outlandish predictions and reality checks, one for each and every NHL team: Anaheim Ducks Outlandish prediction: Rickard Rakell scores 50 goals. Reality check: Coming off back-to-back 30-plus goal campaigns, the 25-year-old Rakell has clicked at a 0.45 goals-per-game rate over the past two seasons, which ranks ninth in the NHL. Fifty goals? OK, that’s a stretch. But 40 is well within his reach. Arizona Coyotes Outlandish prediction: Antti Raanta wins the Vezina Trophy. Reality check: Raanta went 13-4-1 with a 1.80 goals-against average and .945 save percentage – for the Coyotes, remember – after the all-star break last season. He’s got the talent, he just needs a little more help from the rest of the team. Boston Bruins Outlandish prediction: David Pastrnak hits 100 points. Reality check: After 27 and 26 points in his first two NHL campaigns, Pastrnak has posted 70 and 80 points in the past two seasons. He’s still only 22 and he’ll play with Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand on one of the league’s very best lines – 100 points feels more inevitable than outlandish. Buffalo Sabres Outlandish prediction: The Sabres make the playoffs. Reality check: I’m just going to keep predicting this until one year it turns out to be right. Calgary Flames Outlandish prediction: The Flames win the West. Reality check: Star power and reasonable depth up front, a solid defense corps and Mike Smith in net. It’s not as outlandish as you may think. Carolina Hurricanes Outlandish prediction: The Canes return to the playoffs after 12-year drought. Reality check: The last two times the Hurricanes qualified for the playoffs, they made it to the Stanley Cup final, winning in 2006 and losing in 2002. If they sneak into the post-season this year, they might have a sneaky-good enough team to take another run at glory. They need to figure out their goaltending situation first, however. Chicago Blackhawks Outlandish prediction: The Hawks finish last overall. Reality check: Three years removed from their three-Cups-in-six-years mini-dynasty, the Blackhawks are a shell of their former selves. Corey Crawford’s status is up in the air, Jonathan Toews has slowed down, Brent Seabrook has really slowed down, and the supporting cast ain’t what it used to be. If anything happens to Patrick Kane, look out below. Colorado Avalanche Outlandish prediction: Nathan MacKinnon wins the NHL scoring race. Reality check: MacKinnon finished fifth overall last season with 97 points and his 1.31 points-per-game rate was 0.01 behind Connor McDavid’s league-best 1.32, so this isn’t exactly a shocking prognostication. Then again, it means MacKinnon would have to outscore McDavid and nobody’s supposed to do that for the next decade or two. Columbus Blue Jackets Outlandish prediction: The Blue Jackets win a playoff round. Reality check: Columbus has only made the playoffs four times in 17 seasons, and they’ve never won a round. They’re due for a post-season breakout and they’ve got the pieces to make it happen. Dallas Stars Outlandish prediction: The Stars win the Jennings Trophy as the NHL’s best defensive team. Reality check: If you can’t play defense under Ken Hitchcock, you can’t play defense. Detroit Red Wings Outlandish prediction: It gets better in Detroit. Reality check: It gets worse. Edmonton Oilers Outlandish prediction: Ryan Nugent-Hopkins finishes in the top 10 in NHL scoring. Reality check: When you play with McDavid, anything is possible. Florida Panthers Outlandish prediction: Roberto Luongo wins his age. Reality check: The 39-year-old stopper has battled injuries the past two seasons, but he’s still got the goods. Luongo ranked third in save percentage (.929) among goalies who played at least 20 games last year. Thirty-nine wins? Why not? Los Angeles Kings Outlandish prediction: Ilya Kovalchuk wins Rocket Richard Trophy in return to NHL. Reality check: The prodigal Russia sniper was one of the NHL’s best pure goal-scorers when he bolted for the KHL five years ago. Now he’s a 35-year-old coming back to a league that’s faster than ever. Thirty goals would represent a highly successful season. Minnesota Wild Outlandish prediction: Eric Staal reveals he’s actually Jordan, Mikko Koivu reveals he’s really Saku. Reality check: Ryan Suter reveals he’s actually Gary. Montreal Canadiens Outlandish prediction: A calm, quiet season in Montreal with little drama on or off the ice. Reality check: Mais non. Nashville Predators Outlandish prediction: The Preds miss the playoffs. Reality check: You wanted an outlandish prediction, and that’s about as outlandish as it gets. New Jersey Devils Outlandish prediction: The Devils trade Taylor Hall to Edmonton for Adam Larsson. Reality check: C’mon, who would make a lopsided trade like that? New York Islanders Outlandish prediction: The Islanders are a better team with John Tavar… Reality check: Couldn’t even finish typing that one. New York Rangers Outlandish prediction: It gets ugly for Henrik Lundqvist. Reality check: So much handsome, so little time. Ottawa Senators Outlandish prediction: The Sens keep Erik Karlsson, trade owner Eugene Melnyk instead. Reality check: The locals would like it, but, yeah, it seems unlikely at best… Philadelphia Flyers Outlandish prediction: Carter Hart wins the Calder Trophy. Reality check: The Flyers’ goalie-of-the-future is still a year or two away. But there’s hope that Philadelphia’s perennial search for a franchise netminder will finally be over once he arrives. Pittsburgh Penguins Outlandish prediction: Sidney Crosby takes a shift off. Reality check: The Penguins put a treadmill behind the bench and Crosby runs on it between shifts to stay fresh. St. Louis Blues Outlandish prediction: Vladimir Tarasenko scores at a goal-a-game pace. Reality check: That’s crazy talk, but the Blues gunner has a 50-goal season in him, at least if linemates Jaden Schwartz and Brayden Schenn can stay healthy. San Jose Sharks Outlandish prediction: Brent Burns and Joe Thornton shave off their beards. Reality check: Nobody wants that to happen. Tampa Bay Lightning Outlandish prediction: Every Lightning forward scores at least 20 goals. Reality check: A few of the defensemen might do it, too. Toronto Maple Leafs Outlandish prediction: The Leafs win the Stanley Cup. Reality check: It appears we’ve reached the outer limits of outlandishness. Vancouver Canucks Outlandish prediction: It’s discovered that Bo Horvat and Brock Boeser are actually long-lost twins. Reality check: Somewhere, the Sedins smile knowingly. Vegas Golden Knights Outlandish prediction: They do it again. Reality check: No, they don’t. Washington Capitals Outlandish prediction: They do it again. Reality check: No, they don’t. Winnipeg Jets Outlandish prediction: There’ll be hockey (and snow) in Winnipeg in June. Reality check: I’m standing by this one.
  8. koho

    Your 2018/2019 Toronto Maple Leafs

    shouts can be heard ""The Leafs do not need Cody fuckin Franson"
  9. koho

    Last Movie

    Mission: Impossible – Fallout wow
  10. koho

    Your 2018/2019 Toronto Maple Leafs

    https://www.hockeybuzz.com/blog/Mike-Augello/Gilmour-reflects-on-Tavares-Rasanen/120/94211 Doug Gilmour knows what it is like to be the center of attention in Toronto, since the former Leaf was one of the best players in the NHL and led the Leafs to consecutive Western Conference Finals in 1993 and 1994. The Hockey Hall of Famer indicated at Smashfest charity ping-pong tournament on Wednesday that the free agent signing of John Tavares was a great move for the Leafs, that the 27-year-old former Islanders captain will take some pressure off youngsters Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner and that he has been aware of the qualities of the Mississauga, ON native since his days with the Oshawa Generals. “(Tavares) made the decision to come here, it was the right decision and he will make (the Leafs) that much better.” Gilmour said. "I was on the Board of the OHL when he got let into the league (Tavares was given exceptional player status at age 15). I looked at the kid and was like 'He's pretty small’, but I forgot that I was 130 pounds when I came in, so he was pretty big actually and he deserved to (be there). He’s a first class player.”Gilmour (who is head of hockey operations for the Kingston Frontenacs) also spoke about Leafs defensive prospect Eemeli Rasanen. The big 19-year-old blueliner was selected 59th overall by Toronto in the 2017 NHL Draft and played two years for the Frontenacs, but opted to sign with Jokerit of the KHL and not to return to the OHL club.“(Rasanen)had a great year his first year (2016-17). Last year, he was kind of up and down and didn’t play as well.” Gilmour said. “I wish we had him another year. He’s big, he’s mean. He’s got to work on his footspeed a little bit, but he’s a good player (and) I wish we had him back.”By the 6’7” 226 lb. defenseman deciding to play in the KHL extends the Leafs ability to retain his rights by an additional two seasons, whereas a return to Kingston would have forced GM Kyle Dubas to make a decision to sign Rasanen to an entry-level contract by June 2019 and re-enter the draft. Working on his skating, playing against professionals with Jokerit and possibly being a member of Team Finland’s squad at the upcoming World Junior in Vancouver/Victoria are all aspects that could help Rasanen’s development and leave options open for the Leafs, while not taking up a professional contract spot.
  11. HEY! aint nobody as good as the Monkees
  12. within you without you is the perfect followup to Strawberry fields outro the themes of alienation stagnation are then addressed by the revitalism themes of within you without you so yes perfect