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Server issues laid an open-ice Scott Stevens hit on Habs Inside/Out tonight.
But rest assured, we’ve got our best IT people on it.
if any help is needed in assessing you server infrastructure let me know if you would like some help.
“Best IT people”…. you keep using that word (best). I do not think it means what you think it means.
Where have I heard that before?
This road trip is now officially worse than the one during the centennial slump. The one where they went bowling.
The server’s performance equalled that of the Habs’ on-ice efforts last night: strong first period, slow decline through the second period, and non-existent in the third.
For both, the sun still rose the next morning.
Go Habs Go!
Top photo from left to right: Perry Pearn, Jacques Martin and Kirk Muller.
Bottom photo: Jacques Martin’s MRI brain scan at the time he turned our season around by brilliantly deciding to bench PK. The message was that we do not need creativity, energy and enthusiasm on this team. In other words “I’m the boss, let it be in my image”.
HI/O servers gone fishing again…
“Hey Richard, two minutes for looking so good!”
Hey look, it’s the HI/O servers:
Hopefully your “best IT people” are different ones than the other “best IT people” who have been working on the problem for the last three months. Seriously.
You should go back to former hosting company or a similar company. Your existing host sucks.
Oh, you’re probably the kind of negative person who thinks the Canadiens are crap.
Im so pretty,unlike the play of the habs in tampa tonight.
It probably saved you a lot of grief in terms of having to moderate comments tonight.
….plan da parade boys….we lookin’ good ….
Sometimes booney boy they are.Tonight?Yup.It was embarassing,and i was at a loss for words on their performance.Zero passion.
I try my best not to convey the negative words to Les Boys when they lose, but still negative to the hosting company. If you need donation to connect to a decent hosting company, I do it, seriously, put your PayPal account here, and I believe I am not the only guy.
On a lighter note,Scott Gomez made over $97,500 tonight for what was essentially a brisk skate..and I use the term “brisk” liberally..
Are ya kiddin?That pattented rush then drop pass to nobody at the blueline is well worth that salary!
Did thousands of people pay to go watch you work today? Thousands more watch you on TV? Wear shirts with your name on them? Blog about what you did today? Uh-huh.
At least that great three stooges pic is cheering me up a little after that game. Maybe we should have links to some slapstick comedy after games like this.
<<<<—-I deserve a raise boss.My boys are rollin’!
Lose the avatar or you’re history.
Any relation to Nellie Furtado?
As a matter of fact,they did.
May I now have my cheque for $97,500 please?
Montreal should be the best place for young pro players to develop to their fullest potential. I am worried about PK, Pac and Eller right now, and maybe even Price still. I feel like these young players could lead the Habs to glory somewhere down the road, if only they had the right people supporting them and a better environment in which to learn and develop. This should be priority number one for the people who own and run this team.
Funny enough, that’s the very same computer that JM uses to come up with line combinations.
I thought it looked awfully familiar!! Good eye!!
Did you try plugging the server in? Jus’ sayin’.
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