Stars and Stingers: Sept. 19

Stingers to the noisy sky diving plane... no wonder people jump out of it!

  • Sep. 19, 2012 11:00 a.m.

Stingers to the noisy sky diving plane… no wonder people jump out of it!

A Star to the Rockwater for bringing some great shows to Golden

Stingers to the NHL. You know why.

Stars to Kicking Horse Culture for securing a great Fall Kicks line-up.

Stingers to my neighbours for keeping me up all night with your fighting.

Stars to Cops for Kids for donating the final amount for the new pediatric crib at the Golden Hospital.

Stingers to all the people who think they can budge their way to the front of the crowd at a concert, and block the people who were smart enough to get there early.

Stingers to my jeans that are much tighter than they were a couple months ago. I did not grow, you shrunk!

Stars to Curt for putting together a fun afternoon before the Rockets home opener.

Stingers to all the people who can’t hold onto their drinks when they’re in the bar.

Stingers to the tech guys who changed my entire computer system at work without telling me beforehand.


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