THE PLAYOFFS ARE HERE! And just like at the start of this shortened season, I saw it fit to seek out my good friend China Jack again so his good luck can envelop these Penguins as they take a shot at Lord Stanley. Here was Jack's season opening toast, you can find out his backstory and info there if you're new to the experience. Jack's toasts help the Pens win a Cup in 2009, so it was only right he should help us out again as the team looks to get back to the dance.
So enough of my words. Below are Jack's, along with audio of his entire toast. Jack was a bit upset that there are a couple of digital skips in the file, as if that makes any difference on our end. It can be a pain to get any media files from China. We're just happy he's back and ready for the Pens to dominate.
Jack’s Toast to the Pens
With only a few games left in the season I thought it as good a time as any to once again lift a glass with my all my favorite Yinzers out there.
It’s China Jack coming to you again from China where the beer still isn’t as cheap as the Flyer’s hits.
With Shero wheeling and dealing at the trade deadline the Penguins proved to be the place to be as they signed Morrow and nabbed Iginla from under the Bruins noses. This depth has gone a long way as the, forgive me, “March of the Penguins” made short order of their opponents allowing the Penguins to clinch the conference.
It is now time for the Penguins to maintain their intensity as they once again try to hoist Lord Stanley. If they can keep playing at this high of intensity when Crosby, Orpik, and others return to the line we will hopefully be calling them “Emperor Penguins” as they reign supreme over the rest of the NHL.
So let us lift our Iron Cities, our Qingdao beer, and toast the Penguins to help them on their way through the playoffs.
Let’s go Pens! Cheers!
LET'S GO PENS!no comments
This is George. He's about to belong to some friends of mine who own a horseshoeing business.
George is a beast. It's like George knew what cameras do and posed perfectly. George is pretty smart, probably plotting something as we speak. We need better man-mini pony relations so George only plots cool stuff like parties and family gatherings.no comments
We don't trot China Jack around too often, only when necessary. I mean, last time he was around in May, the Pens won the Cup. Tomorrow is May 1st, the begining of the playoffs, and Jack will once again toast the playoff-bound Pens. Here was his beginning-of-the-season toast, which only brought about 72 points in 48 games and the Eastern Conference regular season championship.
So take your Iggy and Morrow acquisitions. Jack may be more important.
That's Jack above in the past 2 days getting ready for the playoffs. Jack's audio playoffs toast will be posted on PSAMP tomorrow, about 1-2PM EST.
Because it's the Cup.
This is from DC radio guy. I approve of the colors!
Ok, DC! I'll get pumped over a Black and Gold mini pony piñata any day of the week. I wonder if it is filled with Mike's Hard Lemonade, though. Those glass bottles don't stand a chance when you break the piñata unless you have it suspended over a foam pit. Which doesn't really make logistical sense for the dude with the stick.no comments
Thanks to my buddy Steve for this. He says:
just drove past some mini yaks. I will get details.
this is not from the farm I passed but still totally amazing.
I am always down with service animals. We've had about a jillion service mini ponies here on PSAMP, but I can honestly say this is the first service yak I have ever seen or heard of. Some humor blog should start up about sports and mini yaks. I mean come on.no comments
I FOUND IT. YOUR VALHALLA
dude i was so pumped when i came acoss that i sent it to whygavs by mistake
Completely acceptable. Mini ponies have a way of making you bug out to the point where you send pictures to the wrong Bloguin Pittsburgh member. But I know it'll eventually make it my way.
Any way, this dude wants to move close to Pittsburgh and also wants to board his mini ponies. Check it out:
I am looking to relocate to within an hour and a half of Pittsburgh. I have 15 miniature horses and a small pony I need to find board for. They are one herd and pasture all together. Because they are mini horses, mostly weighing about 250lbs they do not need a huge space. Prefer run in shed situation so they have access to come in and out at will. Prefer wooden fencing but they are familiar with electric as well. Friendly, social, easy going family pets. Not looking for a fancy facility and I will provide all care and feeding, just someone with a pasture (dirt or grass) and run in shed they can live in. Please email me if you have space available. Private farm owners who are not using a pasture are welcomed as well as boarding facilities. Willing to pay reasonable board. Thanks.
Gotta be someone looking to help. This dude wants to give you money AND 16 mini ponies. Get real.no comments