Monday, February 2, 2009

Tony G


I don't think anyone's touched upon this yet, at least this aspect of it. I know a lot of hoopla has been made in the KTH world (at least from me), about the weirdness of Tony G not being in GMC commercials, but perhaps the reason for this is beginning to unfold. During Avs and Nugs games, I've been noticing the Avs coach appearing in Xcel Energy, I don't know exactly what he's saying, but I think it has something to do with saving money on your energy bill.

An environmentalist might say, "maybe he's an environmentalist": promoting energy conservation and not endorsing gas guzzling SUVs.

However, there may be a different explanation. The Rockies's ambassador to Excel is Dinger. I don't think I need to connect the dots for everyone...

On a slightly different note, we're up 4-3 going into the 3rd period, with Marek having a nice game. I'm not singing too little too late quite yet. Come on super-Avs!

6 comments:

TroutDog said...

It sure it nice to see a win for once. Budaj played pretty well and overall the team played hard. Got too dicey in the very end, especially with a 5-3 advantage.


It's obvious why Dinger wants to promote energy efficiency, he's a dinosaur, so he does like people burning up his ancestors. Yes, fossil fuels. (Sidenote: most fossil fuels are not really dinosaur bone remains.)

TroutDog said...

DT, reading between the lines, I think you really took a shot at Tony's manhood with the Dinger comparison.

DeathTruck said...

That's right my friend...

Sonic Tooth said...

Most fossil fuels are predominantly ex-NHL coach matter.

DeathTruck said...

I'm no carbon cycle expert... but if that's the case, we'll be drill baby drillin here in Colorado shortly.

Young Bear said...

What is this, hockey?