blackjack68 wrote:When you're done slapping yourself in the face, disprove it.
Disprove that juju exists? Are you a ****ing moron? First of all, you are already under the assumption that this "juju" or "karma" or whatever you want to call it, in fact, does exist. I can't help you there. If you think you are important enough that your (or our) actions on a fan message board in any way, shape, or form influence what happens between the players on the Pittsburgh Penguins and Boston Bruins that is your own faulty logic. That just goes to show how self-centered humans are in the grand scheme of things. You are not important. The sooner you realize this, the better your life will be.
DontToewsMeBro wrote:Disprove that juju exists? Are you a ****ing moron? First of all, you are already under the assumption that this "juju" or "karma" or whatever you want to call it, in fact, does exist. I can't help you there.
Actions undertaken in the name of juju cannot make the team play better, nor will they grant the refs a sudden understanding of what constitutes an interference penalty, nor strike the opposing team down with a plague of brian boyles. The purpose of juju related adventure is to pacify the sea serpents which live in the fragile psyche of every fan, who become agitated and thrash about wildly when things aren't going particularly well. The act of moving from the armchair to the end of the couch, replacing your tortilla chips with some kind of fluffy cheese flavoured snack or posting a series of images of buxom Biermaedchen on a somewhat popular message board can disorient the serpents for a time, allowing the fan to refocus his mental energies on making Brad Marchand's head explode, like in that scene in scanners.