It’s Monday.

Morning Folks. Does your alarm look like mine?

Turn Off Your Computer.

Who remembers this? 😀

Like a Boss.

Boston Bruins Win Stanley Cup!

Game 7 just ended and the Bruins beat the Canucks 4-0 on home ice. I have been criticized a lot for cheering for Boston, with people telling me Vancouver is “Canada’s team” and that I should want the Stanley Cup on Canadian soil. However, 17 of the 22 players on the Bruins roster are CANADIAN, making them a hell of a lot more Canadian than the Canucks. And about that Stanley Cup being on Canadian soil; Its always on Canadian soil. They store it in Toronto at the Hockey Hall of Fame! So theres that! haha

The Boston Bruins won their first Stanley Cup in 39 years, defeating the Vancouver Canucks 4-0 Wednesday night in the seventh and deciding game of the National Hockey League’s annual championship. Still can’t believe they were shutout, couldn’t even put one passed Timmy T who received the Conn Smythe as MVP. Good ol’ Nova Scotia boy Brad Marchand with 2 goals and 1 assist in the game. Tyler Seguin became the youngest rookie to win the Stanley Cup at age 19, second to none other than his teammate Mark Reechiwho also did it way back when.

The Bruins now have won the Stanley Cup six times, fourth-most among all NHL franchises, but hadn’t captured the sport’s most coveted prize since 1972. They had been to the finals five other times since they last won, but this time marked their first appearance since 1990.

The Canucks have been to the finals three times in their 41 seasons in the league, but have never won. Holding the home-ice advantage, they won the first two games of the series, but lost all three games played in Boston before losing at home on Wednesday.

They were seeking to become the first Canadian team to win the NHL title since the Montreal Canadiens in 1993.

Football? Handegg!

Finally a picture that shows what I have always been saying. WHY do they call it FOOTBALL?

Osama bin Laden Killed by US Special Forces

“When we saw the compound, we were shocked by what we saw: an extraordinarily unique compound.”

The plot of land was roughly eight times larger than the other homes in the area. It was built in 2005 on the outskirts of town, but now some other homes are nearby.

“Physical security is extraordinary: 12 to 16 foot walls, walled areas, restricted access by two security gates.” The residents burn their trash, unlike their neighbors. There are no windows facing the road. One part of the compound has its own seven-foot privacy wall.

And unusual for a multi-million-dollar home: It has no telephone or Internet service.

This home, U.S. intelligence analysts concluded, was “custom built to hide someone of significance.”

Besides the two brothers, the U.S. “soon learned that a third family lived there, whose size and makeup of family we believed to match those we believed would be with bin Laden. Our best information was that bin Laden was there with his youngest wife.”

There was no proof, but everything seemed to fit: the security, the background of the couriers, the design of the compound.

“Our analysts looked at this from every angle. No other candidate fit the bill as well as bin Laden did,” an official said.

“The bottom line of our collection and analysis was that we had high confidence that the compound held a high-value terrorist target. There was a strong probability that it was bin Laden.”

This information was shared “with no other country,” an official said. “Only a very small group of people inside our own government knew of this operation in advance.”

The raid
The operation went smoothly except for a mechanical problem with a U.S. helicopter, which was lost, the senior officials said. No U.S. personnel died. All were able to leave on other helicopters. the officials would not name the type of helicopter or say how many U.S. personnel were involved.

“Ths operation was a surgical raid by a small team designed to minimize collateral damage. Our team was on the compound for under 40 minutes and did not encounter any local authorities.”

Bin Laden himself participated in the firefight, the officials suggested.

“Bin laden was killed in a firefight as our operators came onto the compound,” an official said.

Did he fire, a reporter asked.

“He did resist the assault force, and he was killed in a firefight,” an official said.

Four adult males were killed: bin Laden, his son, and the two couriers.

“One woman killed when used as a shield,” and other women were injured, the officials said. The women’s names were not given; it’s not clear whether bin Laden’s wife was among them.

Handling bin Laden’s body
Officials said they will take care with bin Laden’s body.

“We are assuring it is handled in accordance with Islamic practice and tradition,” an official said. “We take this very seriously. This is being handled in an appropriate manner.”

The officials also said they expect attacks from bin Laden’s loyalists who may step up the timing of attacks.

“In the wake of this operation, there may be a heightened threat to the U.S. homeland. The U.S. is taking every possible precaution.” The State Department has sent advisories to embassies worldwide and has issued a travel ban for Pakistan.

“Although al-Qaeda will not fragment immediately,” an official said, “the death of bin Laden puts al-Qaida on a path of decline that will be difficult to reverse.”

By Bill Dedman Investigative reporter
msnbc.com msnbc.com

Tennis Love.

Charl in Charge! Mcilroy tweets after Masters

After winning the Masters Charl Schwartzel lept on a private jet to Malaysia. On board with him was the 21 year old Irish sensation Rory Mcilroy who led for 54 holes.

I would of rather seen the Irish lad wearing the green jacket however.

Ferrari Enzo.

If only I had a Milli.

Gank Pic of the Day x American Underwear

Ain’t that the truth, Y’all come back now hear!

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