Drunken stick handler guy out maneuvers a phalanx of Vancouver Police. There were so many people celebrating NHL Canada versus NHL USA on Sunday afternoon. People were very well behaved, and it is a good thing with all those hockey sticks around. Apparently the stabbing in Red Robin on Davie was even a very polite one.
Sometimes one needs not say much at all. Enjoy.
New intertube sensation I am sure. Thanks to Mad Doctor Saucy for putting me onto this gem. The image links to the youtube video. I chose to use a frame grab and link instead of embedding the youtube because I love the passion and vitality that the screen capture shows.
If you were aware of the sick bus on the Granville Street Bridge then you are aware that there are some transit issues in Vancouver during the Cool Sports Event. Here is the proposed new transit system for dowtown Vancouver.
I had the pleasure of attending a most amazing exhibit of the works of Leonardo Da Vinci. Hundreds of his original sketches are on display at the Vancouver Art Gallery. The exhibit is also free. There was a huge line at Robson Square apparently 6 hours in length. But it was not for Leonardo. It was for people waiting to get a ticket to ride the 8 storey high zip line that dangles above Robson Street. The red arrows are the line up for the zip line the yellow arrow is the start of the zip line. It is cool. Click on the image to see it in action.
The sad thing was that there was no real line for Leonardo’s sketches. Which a collection of 200 that is unlikely to appear anywhere again in our lifetime.
It is hard to get around in Vancouver. I was on my way to see the Leonardo Da Vinci exhibit at the VAG. Transit gets especially hard when your bus pops a connection to its electrical power on the Granville Street bridge. Our brave transit driver ventured out into traffic to get us restarted. The video shows the empty driver seat and the Granville Bridge out the window.
Tin foil hat people all over refer to this movie as celluloid prophesy. Watch closely while a stellar scene of compelling acting reveals something ominous about ‘2010 in British Columbia.’ Listen with both ears at 1:13 especially.
I was walking home from the Leonardo Da Vinci exhibit at the VAG (Vancouver Art Gallery) and I saw the Bare Naked Ladies busking at the corner of Robson and Burrard. They had spontaneously appeared and started playing with a street musician. I think that they were raising money to try and buy tickets to the Men’s Hockey final.
We are no longer allowed to have cameras inside the Village because of some pictures involving Russian athletes, Smerfs and a giant moose. Unfortunately the nice man making the speech was cut off. I know what the word was that he was about to say because I was there. What do you think he said?