Obligatory Ottawa boy hockey blogging

My secret shame: I'm Canadian, but not much of a hockey fan (well, not a fan at all, really. Hal Stern's 1000 times the fan that I am.) Heck, I can barely skate.

Still I'm an Ottawa boy, so I guess I should say something about the Senators being in the Stanley Cup. Mostly, I just can't believe that they put Don Cherry on NBC. Nice to see that he still has the same tailor. I guess he got to meet the governator, which is nice for him.

The Sens came to Ottawa after I'd left, but my Mom says that the people there are pretty excited. Apparently, my niece and nephew are getting a lot of mileage out of the fact that Brian Murray, the coach of the Sens has a cottage on the same lake as our family cottage.

So, Go Sens Go!

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Regarding the deck refactoring, I once had a simple shower door refactoring turn into a complete bathroom refactoring. Were you able to complete the project prior to the birthday party?

Posted by Rick on June 07, 2007 at 01:06 PM EDT #

Hey, holy crap! How's it going, Rick?

I'll let you know about the deck when I get a chance to work on it this weekend. Luckily the boy's birthday party isn't until the 16th, so I've still got time :-)

I'm reluctant to post my email address here, but surf on over to: http://research.sun.com/people/mybio.php?c=686 and send me an email!

Posted by Stephen Green on June 07, 2007 at 02:08 PM EDT #

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