Don't get me wrong. I still watch every game and get excited every time the Leafs come back from a one - nothing deficit to tie it and eventually lose. Phil Kessel has cheered up my household greatly. I now only swear too loudly and bother the neighbors in the third period when the game is finally out of hand as Toskala lets in another back-breaking goal. Nope, we're all full of good cheer and pessimistic optimism here at Far Away Leaf.
Now for those of you who haven't seen 2012. Let's just say that we may still yet get our Pull-Ups Moment(tm). The clouds will part, the shine will shine through and the Leafs will open the first round of the playoffs. They will look up and Daddy Burke and say, "Daddy.....no more pull-ups!". And we as a nation will CHEER!
When they tell you not to panic... that's when you run!
I'm not scared. No more Pull-Ups.
The moment we stop fighting for each other, that's the moment we lose our humanity.
Like this cup, you are full of opinions and speculations. To see the light of wisdom... you first must empty your cup.
Be careful with the clutch... it tends to slip.
( 这句子是双关？ 1. 小心离合，不好挂档；2,小心谨持，此心易失. )
It's the apocalypse. End of days.
The judgment day. The end of the world, my friend.
Christians call it the rapture, but the Mayans knew about it,
the hopis,The I Ching, the Bible.
This marks the last day of the United States of America
final hour of all mankind.
As we will be visible from the milky way as a tiny little puff of smoke.
I'm watching the earth crumble before my eyes.
The giant ash cloud created by this super volcano
Will first envelop Vegas, and then St. Louis
And then Chicago, and then at long last, Washington D.C.
Will have its lights go out.
That guy is crazy, right Daddy?
Don't think so.