Skier Bode Miller had just made history becoming the oldest alpine skier to medal in the games when an interviewer hounded him about the death of his brother in 2013. Did this interviewer go to far?
This article compares him to some pretty good young players. He is small, so here’s hoping Burke doesn’t pass him by. It’s nice, as a Flames fan, to be optimistic about the future. What do you guys think about Johnny Hockey?
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Apparently you don’t want to make Putin look bad…
Reports say the man who screwed up the olympic opening ceremony finale was found dead in room? See article here
6 straight loses for the Canucks and the latest a 5-2 drubbing at the hands of the Habs. Story Here. One of the Sedins is hurt and the Canucks have already been having scoring woes. So Canuck fans let’s here it. What can be done to right this ship? Anything?
Well everyone has been waiting for this…
The May Long Weekend Tradition Continues!
Canmore 2014 – May 16-18th
If you have been then you know how awesome this tournament is. If you have never been, once you come to one you’ll never want to miss another one. Canmore sells out very quickly so if you’re interested don’t waste any time. You can register here:
For specific details please contact David Legg.
The Oracle of Omaha, a.k.a Warren Buffet will give you 1 billion greenbacks, all you have to do is put together the perfect March Madness bracket. What exactly would be the odds of that?
According to Joe Weisenthal, of Business Insider – “The odds of a perfect bracket being picked is 1 in 9.2 quintillion. A quintillion is a billion billion. So everyone on earth could fill out millions of brackets each, and there probably wouldn’t be anyone to hit the prize.”
Stranger things have happened, lets assume for a minute there is someone that does by the luck of the draw put a perfect bracket together. Lets say it is you. What would you do with a billion and can anyone really comprehend how much money that is?
As it happens to be, Warren, is worth 58B and change. This means he would be giving away 1.7% of his wealth to you. Lets put this in perspective, if you make 60K/year, it would represent $1,020. Not to mention that the prize money would be insured anyway, so Warren won’t have to pay a dime out of his pocket.
In other words, this is pocket change for Mr. Buffet but the stunt is priceless, isn’t it?