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Aboot last week.

I know. I know. It’s not that I mean to disappear for a week at a time, leaving Norm wondering where I’ve gone to and if I’m getting in trouble and how on earth it can be so darn difficult to track down a monstrous killer death lizard on the loose in Pittsburgh, it’s just that, it’s very hard to find a senator ripe for the taking.

As it happens, while I was stalking Senator Casey in DC, I learned the Pens managed to beat the Senators because Jake texted me with the score (you should see the size of my cell phone; it’s called an iPad).

I returned to Pittsburgh to find Norm waiting with guns blazing and with solidified plans to chain me down when he goes to sleep at night.

Either way, the Pens move on to round two, where I’m either eating a Bruin or a Canadien.

I’m hoping for a Canadian because I have no clue on earth what a bruin is.  It could be a car or a tree for all I know.  At least with a Canadian, I know I’m getting some bloody carcass, eh?


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  1. If Canadians, I recommend Justin Bieber

    Comment by Russell Skaggs on April 27, 2010 @ 8:02 pm
  2. And risk the wrath of every tween on the planet?

    I accept.


    Comment by Rex on April 27, 2010 @ 8:30 pm
  3. Per wikipedia, a bruin is any type of brown bear. If I had to make a bet, I would say a T. Rex could beat a brown bear.

    Comment by Paul on April 27, 2010 @ 9:46 pm
  4. Be careful of the one named “Trouble.” You’ll know when he’s coming, because someone will say, “There’s Trouble Bruin.”

    Comment by bluzdude on April 27, 2010 @ 10:39 pm

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