I have no idea what in the world happened last night in New Jersey. It reminded
me of a great line spoken by comedian Lewis Black who after having heard someone
say something truly idiotic, says "that's when the left side of my brain looked at the right
side of my brain and said, 'it's pretty dark in here' ".
In congruence with the massive confusion felt over what the Habs have done in the past few
days please allow me to turn the reins over to two people who may shed some light on the state
HF4: Mr. President, can you...
President Obama: Yes! Obama here!
HF4: Mr. President, you are here with former Liberal leader Stéphane
President Obama: Yes, yes. Here I am, I mean I am here, Barack
Hussein, here, I am, I, with Mr. Dion.
S.D.: Do you mean to say that the President Obama is going to be
here former one day?
HF4: Could you repeat that?
S.D.: Well you said he was here with the former leader, you mean
a before I am a former leader, not now, now I'm not the leader,
only before, that's when I am the leader.
President Obama: Are you feelin' ok?
HF4: Gentlemen, let's just move straight to the game. Mr. President,
what did you think about the game?
President Obama: I mean, the chief justice told me the game was at 6.
So I'm like, cool, this is cool, I'll just run down, have myself my
pick-up game, drink my gatorade and watch the game. So I do that and
HF4: But the game was at 7.
President Obama: Yup. It was at 7. So I missed the first period.
HF4: Mr. Dion, did you expect the Canadiens to have such a hard
even with Martin Brodeur out with an injury?
S.D: Oh, for sure, Brodeur is great goalie, and if he play today,
today if he play, he be the best in the world, but it's impossible,
because he's not playing today, so Montreal don't know, so he can't.
President Obama: Sir, any relation to Dan Quayle?
S.D.: I don't really eat quail, it's not time for the hunt, you know,
not today, today we can't hunt, so you ask me about the quail today or
in the summer? Today?
HF4: Mr. Dion, why is Carey Price playing when he's going to be
risking an injury. Did you find his play a bit rusty last night?
S.D: Look, for sure, if he play like this in November, he be bad,
but its not possible, because it's now January, so it's not an injury
you know like that.
President Obama: Anyway, so I call up the chief justice on the phone,
and I tell him that he gave me some bad info. And so he tells me to
leave the gym and rush home for the second. He tells me he knows
this great shortcut and I'm like, alright, you know best. So the
driver follows these directions and now we're drivin' around in
circles. We're totally lost with the judges false directions.
HF4: And so you missed the second period.
President Obama: Voilà.
S.D: Same thing happen to me many year ago. I suppose to see
my friend in Westmount. He tell me, take Dorchester all the
way down. So I think when I drive, it's not possible. Today,
today, this is René-Lévesque, not Dorchester, so when do you
want me to take Dorchester, before when it was called that? When
did you invite me to your home, before? When it called Dorchester?
HF4: Folks, the game. I want to know if you think the Canadiens
losing back to back games will affect them going into the all-star
President Obama: Listen, I Barack Hussein Obama,...
HF4: Yes, Mr. President, what do you think?
President Obama: CAN I FINISH A DAMN SENTENCE IN THIS MUTHERFUCKER?
S.D: You can finish it now, but you started it before, so it's like
you already finished before and now you are starting it again.
HF4: Go ahead Mr. President, I won't interrupt you.
President Obama: Look, what you want me to say! I did it all backwards!
I finally got home and saw the third, then I watched the second that
Michelle had taped on the RVP and then I saw the second, so from my
perspective, they finished strong. But that Kovalev went to bed
before it all started.
HF4: Any last words?
S.D.: Good morning!
President Obama: Habs Go Habs!