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Either the library moved into that space or it became Mark's Work Warehouse.

Ya probably bought your Lee Stormrider there before ya headed for Nowheresville, AB... Pho sure ;)
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You wanna hear something funny, i bought a storm rider last year out here

:lol:

I was in a workwear/western wear store in stettler and low and behold what did I see...?
(a Lee Stormrider looking back at me!)

I snagged it for working outside in fall as well as it brings me on back to the glory days
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HAHAHAHA!!! :lol:

No way! Do they still make Stormriders?

You had to buy it, right? I mean, it's destiny.

Still going to mock you for it, though :lol:

You also need one of these underneath:

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Damn straight i had to buy it. Lee doesnt exist any longer but another outfit makes them exactly the same as back then

Alberta has plenty of period people all over the place. Full on mullet dudes, big haired women, time travelling metal heads right out of the 80s only now they're in their 50s.
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ThankYouDoc @NHLonNBCSports
After 3,750+ Professional and Olympic hockey games, 100 different verbs used to describe a pass or shot, and 22 Stanley Cup Finals,
the legendary Mike "Doc" Emrick has announced his retirement from broadcasting.
From hockey fans around the world, we say ThankYou Doc!
6:07 AM · Oct 19, 2020
https://www.sportsnet.ca/nhl/article/ha ... ar-career/ ...Comes with a little video.
Mike 'Doc' Emrick, the voice of hockey in the United States, is retiring from the broadcast booth after a 50-year career covering hockey.

Emrick, 74, has been the lead NHL broadcaster for NBC Sports for the past 15 years. Earlier in his career, he was the radio voice of the New York Rangers and called New Jersey Devils and Philadelphia Flyers games on local TV broadcasts. He started his career as a writer, covering the Pittsburgh Penguins in the early 1970s.

In total, Emrick has called 22 Stanley Cup Finals, 19 NHL outdoor games, 14 NHL All-Star games and by his estimate more than 3,750 professional and Olympic hockey games. Known for his colourful ways to describe the game, words like "waffleboarded" will always be a part of Emrick's legacy.
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Strangelove wrote: Fri Oct 16, 2020 2:39 pm I haven't eaten at Trocadero's for quite a few decades

... but once upon a time it was the place to go if you were a punkass teen.
Wow that brings back memories of when I was at BCIT way back in the early 70's. We always hit Trocadero's. It was my favorite pizza place at the time. Is it still there? Is it as good as it used to be?
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The Brown Wizard wrote: Fri Oct 16, 2020 8:36 pm Damn straight i had to buy it. Lee doesnt exist any longer but another outfit makes them exactly the same as back then

Alberta has plenty of period people all over the place. Full on mullet dudes, big haired women, time travelling metal heads right out of the 80s only now they're in their 50s.
Yeah, that describes Edmonton and surrounding parts :lol: :lol:
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When I travel to Mulletville, it is out of necessity not enjoyment or exploration.
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theman wrote: Mon Oct 19, 2020 9:57 am When I travel to Mulletville, it is out of necessity not enjoyment or exploration.
I live in Alberta and I stay away from Edmonton. But then again, I stay away from Calgary as much as possible too. I like the hockey team, but hate the city.
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BCExpat wrote: Mon Oct 19, 2020 2:39 pm
theman wrote: Mon Oct 19, 2020 9:57 am
BCExpat wrote: Mon Oct 19, 2020 9:46 am Yeah, that describes Edmonton and surrounding parts :lol: :lol:
When I travel to Mulletville, it is out of necessity not enjoyment or exploration.
I live in Alberta and I stay away from Edmonton. But then again, I stay away from Calgary as much as possible too. I like the hockey team, but hate the city.
Cities in Alberia suck but then again cities in BC suck too so its hard not to think that cities themselves are the issue not where they are
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The Brown Wizard wrote: Mon Oct 19, 2020 2:48 pm Cities in Alberia suck but then again cities in BC suck too so its hard not to think that cities themselves are the issue not where they are
Yeah you're right - cities suck no matter where they are. It may not be for everyone, but living in rural Alberta is just fine by me.
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DOYLE WOULD’VE RATHER HAD KEVIN HAYES AT 7 YEARS 7 MILLION PER INSTEAD OF J.T. MILLER FOR A LATE 1ST RD PICK
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Chef doesnt like leaving the safety of the city. Hes still processing the Ned Beatty Deliverance scene all these years later
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Lol Dude, it never gets old! :D

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Strangelove wrote: Mon Oct 19, 2020 7:06 pm Lol Dude, it never gets old! :D

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It’s my favourite, Doc. Right up there with:

DOYLE WOULD’VE RATHER HAD KEVIN HAYES AT 7 YEARS 7 MILLION PER INSTEAD OF J.T. MILLER FOR A LATE 1ST RD PICK
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