I do not live near Boston, I am not a citizen of the United States, I don’t pray, I do not have family there so quite frankly there isn’t much I can do in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon tragedy. I even got laid off recently and can’t spare any money or I would give, but no amount of money is going to help in this case anyway. However I recommend anyone living near Boston or in Boston or any readers here that knows someone from Boston to remind to donate blood because after such a high number of injuries in one locality it is guaranteed the local blood supply will drop dramatically. Again this will not help immediately, nothing can, but blood is always in need and needs to be kept at a high and safe level, because we never know. Also if you feel you can spare a few dollars this is a good time to give a few to the American Red Cross. Here is the direct link to the Boston Donation Center info page of the American Red Cross;
Philadelphia Flyers won both games at home and it is now 2-2 in the series.
It seems that both teams want this cup… duh! Go! Flyers Go!
I had to make a second one… good luck to both teams.
Here’s a cheer up composition for all unconditional fans, me first. As I write this there are still over 16 hours of wait before the first game between the Flyers and Boston. Good Luck Flyers !!!
Image Explanation On the left side the players is Arron Asham #45, he’s trying to pass trough Bryce Salvador #24 in game five against New Jersey. Take note of Arron Asham’s flexing hockey stick, nice image. (Original photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images) On the right side its Brian Boucher #33 looking at the center timer screen during a timeout, again in game five against New Jersey. (Original photo by Andy Marlin/NHLI via Getty Images) On the far right, that’s Rocky’s statue, strong icon of Philadelphia and I personally take it as a symbol of determination. In the middle I inserted the Liberty Bell, the reason is that I found amusing changing some letters and make it more for the occasion. On the original picture the inscription on the Bell reads Pass And Stow, I changed it to Pass And Score. ;) The rest of the image do not need an explanation…