Dear readers I have some bad news. James did not show up to the WTYKY office this morning. Apparently he has gone on an emotional walkabout to sort out his feelings concerning the Senators’ performance of late in an attempt to turn his trepidation into #fearless(ness) #pesky(ness) fuel that he can use to light our hearts’ brains every game day. (except on weekends) Please wish James (@wtyky) a speedy enlightening or perhaps submit ideas for the WTYKY power animal to perhaps avoid future crisis’ of vision.
Writing is not my thing. I make pictures (tries to insert joke, sprains ankle), but I will say this. I generally don’t like these hyptastic revenge matches especially when it’s in the spirit of avenging a teammate’s injury. “Why’s that Steve(n)? Is it Steve or Steven? I don’t know, he doesn’t write much.” Well because these games tend to trend towards the dumbest penalties in the planetarium category rather than the goalapalooza dinner and buffet happy hour (steals James’ bit: CHECK). However, given Ottawa’s recent run of play, if revenge on the C.H.U.D. collective of Ottawa’s recent history inspires the Sens to get the bats going, SO BE IT. Granted one is a past-his-prime $3.8 million per point pylon and the other is potentially career ending piece of human garbage (emotional). I think that the Sens should let the fans dish out the hate and emotion and in return they can turn this team inside out.
Keys to success TOUGH LOVE EDITION:
1) pretend like you paid attention to the X’s and O’s instead of posting fake Jim O’Brien tweets.
2) play like a team that deserves to win from the puck drop, not after going down two goals in the first, feeling sorry for yourself in the second and finally getting it together in the third to tie it and lose in the shootout.
3) Anderson has to stop the first ten shots
Also James left this on his desk
Enjoy the game everyone. I miss you James
Oooh! Steven! Oooh! I’m good at power animal suggestions! I suggest the narwhal (you could name it Narwhtyky SEE WHAT I DID THERE) because of the majesty of its lower tooth and the elusive nature of its sleek habitudes. But ahhhhh was James that person bawling his eyes out next to the freshly caught trout near Dow’s Lake because I tried having a heart-to-heart with him — he was going to be my 3rd patient for this case study I have to do in my Therapy Unlimited Registered Nursing course — but he was near catatonic so maybe you should go check on him, Steven. Tell him to be strong for WTYKY’s readers! Thank you!
(Really, I just want us to win. ;___;)
Last report from James said that he was listening to his pump up song (live recording of John Cage’s avant guarde masterpiece 4’33”) so I’m expecting a full recovery. Early prediction for jokes: we do not wish alfredsson’s groin well, considering he kicked us in our collective bathing suit area.
Narwhal as power animal? The parallels are brilliant. First off. Our teeth are often mistaken for horns. Secondly; most humans regardless of education, don’t know that we exist.
Thanks for not pointing out my horrible grammar. High Fives!
Steven, I owe you a round of Atomic Rooster duck gumbos.
How’s about we watch the sound city documentary simultaneously with David Byrnes’ How Music Work audiobook and create a black hole?