Elementia sports



By Magnolia Home Entertainment
Rated by admin
May 22, 2020

Canceling hockey amid a global pandemic was the socially responsible thing to do, I remind myself regularly. In the absence of watching actual games, I've been re-watching some movies with hockey themes. The first one I bring to you is the heartwarming, comedic, and frequently violent, story of Doug Glatt in the movie Goon.

Doug (Seann William Scott) is a pretty simple man, not very smart but very strong. His strength and fighting ability make him the perfect bouncer for a local bar in his Massachusetts hometown. While he has ample ability in brute strength, Doug has a very simple moral

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Don’t worry.

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SMACK! I get knocked down, but then I get right back up.

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The diver and the coach as still as a rock Because the diver failed her dive because she balked The coach’s eyes were filled disappointment and fear But do not worry she will better next year She will be better next year


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Someone’s skin tells a more powerful story than that person can, more often than not. Marbled skin stretched flawlessly over tight muscles and thin bones, rough skin piled over fleshy arms and tree trunk-like skeletons.