Archive for April, 2004

GoalieGeek Alert!

I am on the cutting edge of technology!

I installed our new D-Link Gateway this evening and we are now online with Primus’ Talkbroadband service. I have entered the world of VoIP.

Wayde is on the phone right now giving it the first test. He asked me if it’s a trick, if I really set it up, because it sounds perfect. I did a download test and he said he didn’t even notice me downloading a 20M file at 150-200K/s.

We’re basically giving up our “regular” phone service, meaning that if the internet service goes down, so does our phone, but if it’s really important we can use my cell phone.

With it we get loads of extras, even though we don’t really need it. Best of all, we get unlimited long distance. A HUGE plus considering most of our calls are made to the States. My mom will be thrilled. :)

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Flash Fun Friday

Floats
Insaniquarium

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No news, just a link.

I have no time to fill you in on my life, not that you really care, but here’s some cool news.

They’re making a movie a based on Lemony Snicket’s books!

A Series of Unfortunate Events

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More interesting links.

Two more linkys of goodness.

Tell the chicken what to do.

Please tell me it’s a joke.

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Go Leafs!!

I made a bet. My sitter’s hubby is a huge Flyers fan and he has made a bet with me and his step-son. If the Flyers win, I wear a Flyers jersey to work, and if I win he wears a Leafs jersey to work. I know, it’s the tired old bet, but it works. I’ll be ashamed to wear a Flyers jersey. Everyone at work knows I’m a big Leafs fan.

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Provincials are over.

I guess I should update on what happened at the provincials. I haven’t got around to it yet because, well, we lost all of our games.

Friday morning, versus Durham West, we lost 3-2. It was a hard fought game. Everyone played well, they just got some lucky goals. Seriously, I’m not making excuses. The first one was kicked in, the second was off of the face-off (I have NO idea how they got over that quickly!) and the third was a scramble in front of the net after I had saved one shot and two rebounds. They were all about putting the goalie in the net though, and it was truly pissing me off. My coach even made it a point to tell me that I played awesome, so I don’t feel to bad about it.

Friday afternoon we played the London Sharks. They’re in our league so we’ve played them twice this year, tied one and lost one. We lost this game too, 3-1. It was another tough game and I still managed to play well, even though my head and neck were killing me from the hits I took in the first game.

Saturday afternoon we played Belleville Bearcats (is that even an animal), who had also played the other two teams we played the day before and beat both of them. We lost 5-2. They scored four goals in the first period. Oh. My. I thought it was going to be a slaughter. I buckled down and gave it my best, my team came back and gave it their best and ended the second period with a score of 5-1. We scored again in the third, making the score a final 5-2.

Even though we lost all of our games, I think we played well in all of them. All of the teams we were playing were AA teams, so the competition was sure to be tough. We hung in there and gave it our best. Played some great hockey and went home. It was fun!

I just took a look at the final results of the tournament and it looks like Dorchester took the silver medal. Crap. We play them tonight in playoffs.

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