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Re: Enemy Territory...

Posted: Thu Dec 01, 2011 8:32 am
by spooner
Rayxor wrote:We probably have enough members to form a support group. Primal screaming and all that.

We got Uncle Dan's Leg, Miyagi, ODB (or is that sask?), ....TBone?...Arachnid?

I know i'm missing someone else.
I'm in Alberta too (Beaumont).

Good luck with the move Rats. As I'm sure you're already aware, there are lots of good hunting opportunities over here. http://www.outdoorsmenforum.ca is a good site to check out - lots of boneheads on there but plenty of good hunters and fishermen too.

Re: Enemy Territory...

Posted: Thu Dec 01, 2011 11:47 am
by rats19
spooner wrote:
Rayxor wrote:We probably have enough members to form a support group. Primal screaming and all that.

We got Uncle Dan's Leg, Miyagi, ODB (or is that sask?), ....TBone?...Arachnid?

I know i'm missing someone else.
I'm in Alberta too (Beaumont).

Good luck with the move Rats. As I'm sure you're already aware, there are lots of good hunting opportunities over here. http://www.outdoorsmenforum.ca is a good site to check out - lots of boneheads on there but plenty of good hunters and fishermen too.
copy that spooner...i actually cant wait till next season. i hunted alberta most of the 90's..
ODB is sask....spidey is tronna

rat

Re: Enemy Territory...

Posted: Thu Dec 01, 2011 2:14 pm
by Rumsfeld
Geez rats, that's a bummer. I hope you don't start thinking sweat pants are formal atire and Lucky lager is the expensive choice.

Re: Enemy Territory...

Posted: Thu Dec 01, 2011 3:08 pm
by rats19
Rumsfeld wrote:Geez rats, that's a bummer. I hope you don't start thinking sweat pants are formal atire and Lucky lager is the expensive choice.
you can take the canuckfan out of canuckville.....but you cant ............ahhh.. you can tak...ahh the fan errr..


ahh fuck I will kick ass no worries...

Re: Enemy Territory...

Posted: Thu Dec 01, 2011 8:01 pm
by rats19
Need help.. how do you all In alberta watch canuck games. Nhl dictates that the postal code of where the dish is installed gets the nhl that's in the area....

So do I have to get centre ice or what..

Re: Enemy Territory...

Posted: Thu Dec 01, 2011 9:42 pm
by CFP!
rats19 wrote:
So do I have to get centre ice or what..
Or pay for all of RSN East, West, Pacific. You might be screwed with RSN Van. Dunno, I dont choose to live in Hamburger country.

Re: Enemy Territory...

Posted: Mon Dec 05, 2011 7:33 am
by rats19
Chances are 5-1 we get there by 9pm .........rat family on the move.....ttys

Re: Enemy Territory...

Posted: Mon Dec 05, 2011 11:05 pm
by CFP!
rats19 wrote:Chances are 5-1 we get there by 9pm .........rat family on the move.....ttys
You loose.

Re: Enemy Territory...

Posted: Tue Dec 06, 2011 12:08 am
by Aaronp18
CFP! wrote:
You loose.
Did you just call rats a slut?

Well he has been in Bountiful for about 2 hours, probably does have a second wife now!

:)

Re: Enemy Territory...

Posted: Tue Dec 06, 2011 6:14 am
by Mr.Miyagi
rats19 wrote:Need help.. how do you all In alberta watch canuck games. Nhl dictates that the postal code of where the dish is installed gets the nhl that's in the area....

So do I have to get centre ice or what..
Back when I lived in Sask, I used a BC address for years and got SNET Pacific and the games weren't blacked out. If you are going to do this make sure that you never hook up a phone line to your receiver and always "phone in" any PPV purchases.

My ex GF hooked up the phone line one time and within a week or two I had recieved a letter and was asked to update my new address.

I pay for Center Ice in order to watch the SNETP feeds of the games nowadays. It's worth it for me, as I have no life and watch every game I can :wink:

Welcome to Alberta Rats! I moved here almost exactly two years ago and its not that bad. If you can put up with a ton of 20-somethings in jacked up 4x4's than you'll be fine.

Re: Enemy Territory...

Posted: Tue Dec 06, 2011 11:32 am
by Arachnid
Heh, anudder Blue Eye'd Sheik!

Now I have one more reason to visit AllBeerTah

Watch the games on the web Ratatatat ;)

They have some good fish'n thar I hur :lol:

Re: Enemy Territory...

Posted: Tue Dec 06, 2011 12:44 pm
by Cornuck
Congratulations on your move. I guess it's about time somebody started educating the cowboys out there. ;)

Re: Enemy Territory...

Posted: Tue Dec 06, 2011 1:54 pm
by rats19
Cornuck wrote:Congratulations on your move. I guess it's about time somebody started educating the cowboys out there. ;)
Thnx cornuck...guess I screwed up our coffee date....

Re: Enemy Territory...

Posted: Tue Dec 06, 2011 1:59 pm
by rats19
spooner wrote:
Rayxor wrote:We probably have enough members to form a support group. Primal screaming and all that.

We got Uncle Dan's Leg, Miyagi, ODB (or is that sask?), ....TBone?...Arachnid?

I know i'm missing someone else.
I'm in Alberta too (Beaumont).

Good luck with the move Rats. As I'm sure you're already aware, there are lots of good hunting opportunities over here. http://www.outdoorsmenforum.ca is a good site to check out - lots of boneheads on there but plenty of good hunters and fishermen too.
Been here half a day and already skated on a home rink...lol
Stayed with friends and will again tonight, then off to innisfail.

I am 5 minutes from beaumont right now...

Almost jack knife the rig going uphill hit some ice.....you gotta love a miss spent youth..kept In under control never missed a beat.

Re: Enemy Territory...

Posted: Wed Dec 07, 2011 9:09 am
by spooner
rats19 wrote: I am 5 minutes from beaumont right now...

Almost jack knife the rig going uphill hit some ice.....you gotta love a miss spent youth..kept In under control never missed a beat.
Right on man. I don't think my wife believes me but I'm pretty sure all of the e-brake pulling/sideways driving I did when I was younger has helped me stay on the road in bad conditions more times than I care to recall. I still like to find a good parking lot to test the skills now and then. Like I tell her, practice makes perfect.