This is exactly what this thread is for. C’mon.Craig Berube is a racist shitbag
Sorry, Dummy.Jesus fucking Christ...this is an off-season gamethread, not a hockey forum. I realize for some people grieving means thinking about next season and cap room and whatnot the second a nine month season ends in heartbreak...well this isn’t the place- take it to RMPS. This is for people in denial and stupid canoe stories and golf outing plans and bragging about men’s league (or disc golf ) and general goddamned offseason game-threading.
This is exactly what this thread is for. C’mon.
How is that rink? I got invited to play on a Sunday night team there. They said it wasn’t bad but these guys are used to Hockey Town. Is it actually not bad or just less of a shit hole than Hockey Town.Fucking 10:40 game in Malden tonight. Just hope nobody hits the roof with a puck because it's that time of year where there's a big condensation buildup that will lead to raining upon the unlucky party that happens to be under the hit area.
Mediocre. Locker room is pretty brutal. Ice is fine. Can be decent, can be shit. Isn’t really ever great.How is that rink? I got invited to play on a Sunday night team there. They said it wasn’t bad but these guys are used to Hockey Town. Is it actually not bad or just less of a shit hole than Hockey Town.
I've played, it's quite fun. i have friends who go often. A bum shoulder made it hard for me to play for a while though- it's been a few years.I have played muliple rounds a week since I moved close to a course. You all should try it. You could buy a bag of discs for the price of one club.
It happens sometimes, but every week is not cool. You should all chip in and make a big ceremony of presenting him his own soap.I hate the person that showers after hockey every week and never brings his own soap. Every single week.
You should have waited 2 months and gone to Palm Springs insteadI'm going to Mexico on Saturday. If I drank a gallon of tap water and ate pound of raw chicken, I still wouldn't shit myself as bad as Kelly Sutherland did
Re: pricing. Wellesley residents are supposed to get discount prices, since it’s town-owned land. I remain skeptical, but am crossing my fingers.Looks like it's on Route 9 between Weston Road and Overbrook Drive
900 Worcester St.
Wellesley, MA 02482
That's like 5 minutes from where I grew up / my parents still live... given the area I'm guessing it'll be an arm and a leg for ice time / stick and puck at the outset but shot them an email to ask
Been to a couple of the weekly Babson pickup games on Friday, those are pretty solid - I imagine a good amount of those guys will shift over
I’ve had a 2 hour, 3 state each way commute before that featured a 15 min walk, PATH ride, subway, MetroNorth, and a shuttle to the office, so it’ll never get worse than that.Do you have an MLS login or have any friends / family who are realtors? Being able to scout out listings pre-market on there was the only way I found mine.
I didn't have that "this is it" moment or anything, but after seeing other things in the Dorchester/Savin Hill area, a couple major pros (lot of light, central air) sold me.
Are you commuting to NYC? How far outside the city is too far? Slash is there a proximity inside which you wouldn't want to live?
If that's the case, why not keep renting? Looking for something bigger? I think the whole "renting is throwing money away" saying is largely a myth and the added flexibility of renting is a nice benefit, in addition to being mortgage-free. Of course if you're looking to get something bigger, or places around you don't accept pets, then yeah I can understand the desire to buy.we’re looking at doubling what we pay in rent when you account for insurance/utilities/mortgage/taxes...scary stuff.
Something bigger would be nice but yeah half the time my thinking leans toward this. People throw the "it's an investment" line at me until I put pen to paper and see that with all the money that goes into the house but not towards equity, that pretty much feels like bullshit. Feels more like I'm paying a huge premium to maintain a steady/mandatory savings vehicle that I happen to be able to live inside. So I guess it's a matter of how important the quality of life upgrade is. Trust me, I have been the Devil's Advocate through the entire process so far to make sure we don't dive in to something.If that's the case, why not keep renting? Looking for something bigger? I think the whole "renting is throwing money away" saying is largely a myth and the added flexibility of renting is a nice benefit, in addition to being mortgage-free. Of course if you're looking to get something bigger, or places around you don't accept pets, then yeah I can understand the desire to buy.