batman photos taken at moose game march 20, 2011
First of all: huh? What the heck are you actually looking for, and secondly: Why the heck am I a hit off this one? I punched that into Google and checked the first 10 pages of results and I'm no where on it. Ahh well, just another mystery to ponder I guess..... or so you'd think.
I wrote that in April and decided to dig it up for today's Fortuitous Friday Post
Unfortunately for you (or perhaps fortunately if you are an fan of Moose-related mysteries) I have an inquiring mind, and I want to know. Part of what I do on a daily basis to earn the money which keeps She Who Will Be Named Later in the manner to which she's become accustomed (mostly broke I'm afraid, but like I said, she's used to it now) is...well, never mind all that., it is Top Secret, after all.
Let's just say I've done some digging and (much like every murder-mystery I watch lately) have figured it out in rather short order.
The solution to this mystery, (Mit Fotos!) is as follows:
I live in a province called Saskatchewan, which is large, and rural (yes it's as grim as you think it is)
We are bordered to the east by a province called Manitoba (even more grim)
|Canadian stereotypes exist for a reason.|
Manitoba has a hockey team called the Moose.
On March 20, 2011 the Moose had a family day promotion in which Batman made an appearance:
The Manitoba Moose are hosting 'Family Day' at MTS Centre when the Moose take on the Texas Stars in a matinee face-off on Sunday, March 20th. Game time is 2:00 PM. In the afternoon Moose home game, fans will be treated to in-game entertainment fit for all ages. Fans will get a chance to meet Batman: The Dark Knight who will be in attendance at the game to take pictures with fans. There will also be jugglers, face painters and other entertainers spread throughout the MTS Centre concourse for young fans
|Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada 2011-06-13|
There, I've said it, let the deportation proceedings begin. Rioting idiots aside, what's not to like about Boston? Original 6 team, hard-hitting, come-from-behind story-tale, and oh, did I forget to mention: FULL of Canadian players. Boston had more Canadian players on their roster than Vancouver so I think we've won (as a nation) no matter what city the cup rests in. Besides with all the f***ing diving the (sorry, but it has to be said now) European players were doing you'd think they were playing a game of football. Given the massive (un) popularity of that game here in North America (yes, world, we know you love it) it should stand to reason that football tactics aren't welcomed.
|It's Friday and I couldn't be arsed posting a picture of some sweaty guys I don't know holding the cup. That's why.|