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Olympic Game Day: Switzerland vs. Canada 7:30PM EST. Thurs. Feb 18, 2010

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Switzerland vs. Canada Feb. 18, 2010

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wprager


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Cap'n Clutch wrote:
wprager wrote:Personally I find Monterey Jack to be very similar to Cheddar. Especially if you compare to it to Mild Cheddar. Swiss is entirely different.

Isn't "Monterey Jack" Spanish for "Mild Cheddar"?

Is it me or is there more cheese analysis going on in this thread than hockey analysis? :plen: In case you haven't guessed it the little guy is catching a piece of cheese.

I'm actually more concerned as to where he retrieves it from after he catches it the first time. Is he spitting it out into his hand or is it somehow coming out of his ear?

scratch

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PKC wrote:
wprager wrote:Personally I find Monterey Jack to be very similar to Cheddar. Especially if you compare to it to Mild Cheddar. Swiss is entirely different.

Isn't "Monterey Jack" Spanish for "Mild Cheddar"?

Is that a movie reference or something or are you legitimately asking that question?

It was a joke. Facepalm

sens4win


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wprager wrote:
PKC wrote:
wprager wrote:Personally I find Monterey Jack to be very similar to Cheddar. Especially if you compare to it to Mild Cheddar. Swiss is entirely different.

Isn't "Monterey Jack" Spanish for "Mild Cheddar"?

Is that a movie reference or something or are you legitimately asking that question?

It was a joke. Facepalm
i thought it was a question

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sens4win wrote:
wprager wrote:
PKC wrote:
wprager wrote:Personally I find Monterey Jack to be very similar to Cheddar. Especially if you compare to it to Mild Cheddar. Swiss is entirely different.

Isn't "Monterey Jack" Spanish for "Mild Cheddar"?

Is that a movie reference or something or are you legitimately asking that question?

It was a joke. Facepalm
i thought it was a question

Just to head you of at the pass, I'm not really wondering how that smiley gets his piece of cheese back after tossing it in his mouth.


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wow suisse are keeping it together

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heater scores 1 - 0

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sens4win wrote:wow suisse are keeping it together

Despite the blow-outs, I feel that the compete level for (non-traditional Hockey countries) has been getting better. Germany was quite good yesterday and Norway was good for 2 periods against Canada.

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sens4win wrote:heater scores 1 - 0

I tried to watch on atdhe.net and I guess it must have been the intermission. Instead of hockey they had women's skeleton. In German. Whaaa? And it was the tape-delay stuff I already saw results for.

By the way, why to the call it "skeleton"?


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I have been wondering that for a long time!

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Marleau makes it 2-0.


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2nd period?

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2-1 Canada.

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Uh-oh, just switched on the atdhet.net feed and see them facing off at center ice. 2-1 now.


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TheAvatar wrote:2nd period?

Yep. About half way through. So Brodeur gives up the first goal. Hmm, goalie controversy?


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2-1?

That's a little closer than I'd like! We need to pump the goals in like mad. Goal differential will make or break the medal round for the one of the 4 teams that doesn't win their group....

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Heater takes a Weber slapper in the arm.

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