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LA Kings, the unhappiest team two wins from Stanley Cup

8 June 2014 | 6:05 am The Los Angeles Kings lead the New York Rangers 2-games-to-none in the Stanley Cup Final, but thats the only lead theyve had against them in the series.–the-unhappiest-team-two-wins-from-stanley-cup-060534973.html

LA Kings outlast Rangers 5-4 in double OT

8 June 2014 | 5:52 am If the Los Angeles Kings ever looked down from the tightrope they're walking in the NHL playoffs, they would surely fall. Willie Mitchell realizes the comeback Kings are on a perilous path, but they haven't fallen off yet. Captain Dustin Brown redirected Mitchell's shot 10:26 into the second overtime, and the Los Angeles Kings outlasted the New York Rangers 5-4 to take a 2-0 series lead. Marian …–nhl.html

Angry NY Rangers have worst feeling down 0-2 to LA Kings

8 June 2014 | 4:54 am When the New York Rangers lost Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final against the Los Angeles Kings, they drew some positives form the defeat. Mistakes to correct. Favorable matchups they could exploit.–worst-feeling–down-0-2-to-la-kings-045421472.html

L.A. Kings Lead Series 2-0. Reset. Refocus. Surly & Scribe

8 June 2014 | 2:00 pm 2012 Game One, L.A. Kings vs. New Jersey. OT win. 2012 Game Two, L.A. Kings vs. New Jersey. OT win. 2014, games one and twotwo OT wins. Hmm. What did we feel after we won game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final against …

An LA Kings Ad Popped Up Next to Madison Square Garden | Extra …

7 June 2014 | 3:30 pm On Friday, New York hockey fans were likely a bit flummoxed to find a video of Will Ferrell asking LA Kings supporters to get pumped up being broadcast on a screen outside Madison Square Garden, home to the New York …

L.A. Kings Put Will Ferrell "Go Kings Go" Video Sign Outside MSG

7 June 2014 | 3:03 pm There is a monstrous video screen with Will Ferrell's mug shouting "Go Kings Go," and other ravings about losing his mind, in the shadow of the Empire State Building. The video screen is on the corner of 33rd and 7th avenue, …

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  • Brian says:

    Can I See Sequoia National Park In 2 Short Days ? I will be camping for a night at Lodgepole Campground in two weeks, so it means I have really less time. But this is all I have. I tried to make a rough plan. Please help me with make it proper and feasible.
    Day-1 Start from LA at 7 AM and follow this route ==> LA – Bakersfield – Tulare – 99 – J19 (RD 80) – 180 (E Kings Canyon Road) – Grant Grove – Cedar Grove. Backtrack till Lodgepole Campground and overnight stay.
    Day-2 Packup tent and head to General Sherman Tree – Giant Forest – Mineral King and start for LA around 5 PM.

    Is there any other route, which will allow me to cover more place on first day, instead of backtrack ?
    Is it ok to follow that route, which I mentioned on both days ?
    Can I cover any other place on day-2 ?
    Should I skip Mineral Kings ?

    Or else, any other suggested itinerary, which will suite my days more ? We are not much into hiking and long tracking, but upto 3 miles rountrip is ok. We are more into scenic places and drives.

  • In My A Bandwagoner? Here’s the teams I’m a fan of:

    *LA Lakers
    *LA Kings
    *LA Galaxy
    *LA Dodgers

    The reason why I’m not a fan of the Angels aka The Halos, because they are mostly from Anaheim then Los Angeles. I never liked the Clippers not because they are underdogs, but they suck with no history. So in my or not? And yes I’m from LA.

    • Curator says:

      Well, if you lived there, I would not say you are. I mean I consider a bandwagoner someone that has no known history of living or residing in a place where the teams are at. Well, wait, that was hypocritical on my part. 49ers is in San Francisco, so you would be on the bandwagon for them. Los Angeles Lakers, believe it or not, use to NOT be a Los Angeles team. It use to be the Minnesota Lakers. So you could, persay, be a bandwagon fan for them as well. Clippers were originally the REAL Los Angeles basketball team.

      All in all, I consider someone a bandwagon fan if 1.) they are not favoring a team that is not from their area as well as 2.) favoring a team that always wins rather than a team that actually is from their area.

  • LewbJob says:

    Recommend Lesser Known Movies Like These? I am looking for some new to me movies to check out. I have a very broad taste in movies. Also, I don’t have any friends with similar tastes. This is a list of movies i think highly of. Anyone have any similar titles i would like?

    Note – I am not just looking for a random copy and paste list that has nothing to do with my tastes.

    Bringing Up Baby
    Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog
    God Bless America
    Home Room
    Run Lola Run
    The Breakfast Club
    The Dinner Game
    The Shawshank Redemption
    The Wrestler
    Ohayo/Good Morning
    Series 7: The Contenders
    Ordinary People
    Office Space
    Animal House
    The Lucky Ones
    Word Wars
    Good Will Hunting
    The King of Kong
    Nanook of the North
    Paper Moon
    North by Northwest
    Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
    The Replacements
    Mozart and the Whale
    The Adventures of Robin Hood
    Saint Ralph
    Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
    The Wizard of Oz
    Pieces of April
    Box of Moonlight
    Clerks 2
    My Flesh and Blood
    Major League
    Confessions of a Superhero
    It Happened One Night
    Joy Ride
    Ben X
    A League of Their Own

    Some movie themes i like are:

    Unlikely Friendship
    Fish Out Of Water
    Small Town Life
    Slice of Life
    Dysfunctional Family
    School Life
    Road Movies
    Screwball Comedy (especially pre 1960s)

    • Curator says:

      It seems like you should try some Mel Brooks movies to fit your Screwball Comedy theme, i.e. Spaceballs, Robin Hood: Men in Tights, etc.

      But it also seems like you like feel good movies. I love watching older movies, such as most Audrey Hepburn movies.

      I would also recommend La Belle Vita, or Life is Wonderful. It’s Italian, so you would have to watch it with subtitles, but it’s a thouroughly good movie. Also, try watching Some Like it Hot, with Marilyn Monroe. It’s a very funny movie with one of the best endings.

    • Curator says:

      The way to achieve rank in the cadets and also in the Army is to look smart at all times – that means hours of boot-buffing and all the rest. You’ve got to look right – the way you stand also your facial expression must be as neutral as possible no matter what is being said to you.

      These via Youtube links will help you get the best boots in your unit.

      Always obey every command immediately and without hesitation – no matter what.

      Something you must do and be seen to be doing, is learning as much about British Army history as you possibly can. Also, focus upon a Regiment which you may like to join or wish to know more about. In other words, become a fan of a regiment if you like.

      Here’s a very famous regiment which you might like to study. They were formed by command of HM King George VI to be known as “The King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery”. This is the troop commanded by the Queen to fire the Royal Gun Salutes here in London.

      41 Gun Salute London 2013

      This next will give you a better idea of drill, by trying to be like a guardsman, you will improve your performance – remember, the knee comes up to belt height and no higher – watch how its done.

      If/when you join the British Army, you will be a soldier of the Queen – here’s the oath. . . .

      Up close with Mister Sousa and the Guards

      Being a soldier is not just drill and parades. There is also the ever present prospect of being sent to the front line somewhere to defend Her Majesty and our Country.

      Always remember this famous line – “Ours is not to reason why but to do or die.” Hard but we’ve got to do it.

      In 2015 we will arrive at the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo – the British are not going to make a fuss about this but I believe the French may be doing something – not sure what. These wonderful photographs taken in c1870 of French Veterans of Waterloo – all wearing their original uniforms will give you a better idea of what it was like.

      Now for one of the most famous cavalry regiments in the world, no, not British, but French.

      This Regiment was at Waterloo and also WW-One – War Horse.
      La Garde Républicaine

      The more you know about being a soldier the more you will look like one.

      This next is my favourite military band – once described by an American critic as sounding like a classical orchestra on the march – absolutely brilliant they are too – the music esp.

      Banda Dell’Arma Dei Carabinieri

      Try also to find out as much about our NATO allies as you can very important.

      D-Day Veterans

      Commander in Chief and Grand Admiral of the British Navy

      Old Soldier British Army 1957-1965 (age 15 to 24) Royal Signals

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