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Saturday, October 11, 2008

6th Floor Blog Rocks!

Welcome to the 6th floor.

Today's contributors are: Ann, Sara, Frank

Subject: Opening Night at the Rock


It's Friday night and Sara Is sitting at the table with a beer and a book of second degree black belt level Sodoku when Ann and Frank come home.


Hey guys, where were you tonight?”


We went to the Rock.”


The Rock?”


Yup. You know, the Prudential Center.”


You went to Newark? Eww..”


Devils opening night! Hockey Hockey Hockey!”


Ahh..I almost turned the Rays/Sox game on, but then I didn't.”


Islanders put on a poor show sadly. They really could use a shooter.”


Devils Win! They even looked a little rusty too. The whole game was a little bit sloppy.”


I don't know why DiPietro didn't start.”


Me neither. That arena is very nice though.”


Oh yeah? I'd heard it was a nice place. Better than the Garden?”


Hell yeah..The Garden's not exactly top of the line you know.”


And neither are the Rangers!”


Hey now!”


And neither are the Knicks!”


Better. Did you know the Knicks are actually named for beer?”


Really? I might have to like them a little more now.”


Yeah, the Rock was great. It was wide open and pretty spacious. Had some decent food. The only drawback is it's Newark. And the Devils.”


Beer selections not bad, though they might play off the building being called “The Rock” a bit too much. There was a beer stand that sold only Rolling Rock, and Michelob Amber Bock, and said 'Rock the Bock'.”


Glad you guys had fun. Maybe I'll come with you if you go again. I haven't been to a hockey game in a while.”


Sure, we were thinking about going the next time the Islanders go there.”


And hopefully the Islanders win that time...” Ann mutters.




1 comment:

michaelpanda said...

I saw a 6 year old (I guess) kid here once with a prudential t-shirt on. which was so weird because I was like, I didn't know Japanese elementary school students were all that into american financial companies.