Playoff hockey is heating up

To be honest, I haven’t seen much playoff hockey this year. But I saw some of the Edmonton Oilers beat the Vegas Golden Knights in Game 2 of their series and it was amazing.

Edmonton took a 5-0 lead and fists started flying. There were fights, lots of gossip, and even a fan who double-fingered Evander Kane in the face of the Oilers wing.

When the fans, even a woman with a can I talk to the manager haircut, get involved, you know the show is going in the right direction.

Now this is playoff hockey action.

If you’re spending money on a playoff ticket and your team gets blown out, you better get your money’s worth. It’s better fought, and if you get a chance to throw up the double birds, you’d better take it.

This series has already scored a lot of goals, the gloves are off and it’s only been two games. With the series even going 1-1 into Game 3 in Edmonton on Monday, you can expect a lot more from this series.

Aren’t you entertained?

Prepare the ice baths, we want this series to span seven games. We want more goals, we want more trash talk and we want more shots.

Snakes live in the walls of a Colorado woman’s new home

A Colorado woman bought a house and moved in with her two children in April. Soon after, she found out her new one was filled with snakes.

42-year-old Amber Hall was unpacking when she found the first snake in her garage. It slid up the wall, where she found more behind the drywall.

“I was unpacking here and one of my dogs crouched and walked very slowly to this corner, so I was like, ‘What’s up, mate?’ I thought maybe it was a spider, whatever. I came over and as I came over I saw the snake sliding up the wall,” Hall said. “I started watching and there were more and more snakes.”

Since the initial discovery, she has found more snakes in the walls and under the patio. Hall hired a snake wrangler who believes the snakes have been in the house for at least two years.

Amber Hall Snakes Colorado Home
(Image credit: Amber Hall)

i know exactly what you’re thinking How is she still living in a house full of snakes? And why didn’t the house burn down to the ground?

Those are legitimate questions. Unfortunately, these answers were not provided.

An American couple tried to smuggle 375 pounds of Fruit Roll-Ups to Israel

Apparently, Americans keep trying to smuggle fruit roll-ups into Israel. Not only do they drop a few boxes of the fruit flavor in their luggage, they try to smuggle hundreds of pounds of the stuff in suitcases full of fruit roll-ups.

Last week, an American couple was caught with 375 pounds of fruit buns in several suitcases. Up to £661 was seized at Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion International Airport in a week.

So what is behind the smuggling of fruit rolls? tick tock A viral TikTok trend has skyrocketed the price of Fruit Roll-Ups.

If only Fruit Roll-Ups were smuggled into the US. I know the authorities in Israel don’t want to waste their time with hundreds of pounds of candy, but it could be worse.

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