I need to understand this meme format.
Montresor:I need to understand this meme format.
Sometimes I see someone type something like
“Everyone: I doubt anyone will die at the end of Infinity War
Marvel producers: Let me stop you right there”
Yeah yeah that was lame but when it’s written like Ive written I get the meme format. There is text written after the colons.
I don’t get this “absolutely no one” and “Jeremy bracco” stuff. I see other memes use this same format. There’s nothing written after the colon for either of them. What is that? I need this explained like I’m a five year old lol.
Would Bob make the Panthers a playoff team?
Some other stuff in that article.
Lol stay where you at boy. Get us that 1st rounder.
Duchene going to Nashville would spell the end of Turris in that lineup, no?
Avs should be happy with their season. They beat Calgary and almost beat SJ. Grubauer showed that he can excel in the playoffs and they can move on from Varlamov. Makar is a stud. And they have the 4th pick in the next draft.
The Avs look good and should be dangerous next year but I can easily imagine the Stars falling out of the playoffs - their core is just old enough (ignoring two defencemen) that they could all take a step back and sink the team. I think the Oilers will miss the playoffs again, along with the Ducks and Kings. I also think the Wild could finish just outside again. Sadly, Binnington looks legit like a league average at worst starter and if so the Blues should challenge for the Central title again.The West was kind of a tire fire this year, but next year could be fun.
Dallas and Colorado took steps forward in the playoffs. Arizona just missed and will be healthy next year. Old powerhouses LA and Anaheim have aging cores with closing windows, and even though SJ has a shot at winning it all this year, they can't keep everyone going forward. Calgary will be back, and maybe Edmonton will turn it around. Vegas had Leafs luck with regards to the playoffs format but they're well built.
Chicago won the lottery. St. Louis is still competitive. Winnipeg and Nashville have their windows still open but they will run into cap trouble. Minnesota is a perennial wild card candidate.
Vancouver will overpay for some middling free agent, a goalie will get injured, Petey hits a sophomore slump, the power play will be terrible, fans will criticize Green's deployment of a middle-six winger, and they'll miss the playoffs again. Benning gets canned, Aquilini hires some old fossil as GM, and they drop in the draft again.