In 1986, Jon Bon Jovi was already contemplating moving the Buffalo Bills. The song “Livin’ on a Prayer” has a backwards masking sequence near the end where Bon Jovi reveals his intention to move the Bills. I have isolated the audio below. The reverse clips reveals the truth.
Section of “Livin’ on a Prayer” played normal.
Same section of “Livin’ on a Prayer” played in reverse.
You can clearly hear him say he is going to move the Bills.
If evidence was lacking on what Jon Bon Jovi wants to do, it’s now clear to me that Jon Bon Jovi had his sights on ripping a whole through the heart of the Buffalo Bills faithful for almost thirty years. He is the pure definition of evil.
I saw the below video this morning. If it doesn’t bring a tear or two, there is something wrong with you.
What the San Jose Sharks and the Make-A-Wish Foundation did here was simply beautiful. The Sharks signed 17-year-old Sam Tageson to a one day contract. He participated in pregame warm-ups, he got his own jersey, he skated through the famous shark head at San Jose’s SAP Center as the team took to the ice for their game and he stood with the team on the ice for the national anthem.
One simple photo speaks volumes as to why the current Buffalo Convention Center should have never been built. In a perfect Buffalo magical world, we’d be able to go back in time and tell the people who came up with the bright idea to do this not to do this. So it goes.
It is hard to believe that John Candy left us twenty years ago today. The only and proper way to to mourn him is by sharing the funny he brought us.
Uncle Buck is one my favorite films ever. It is fantastic on many different levels. John Candy was simply amazing and one of the funniest people ever. I wish he was still with us. He was the lovable loser in all of us.
The above clip is when Uncle Buck goes to his niece’s school for a meeting with the assistant principal. The walk and then the talk with Mrs. Hogarth are both funny and brilliant.
As the smoke starts to clear from Pat LaFontaine’s departure, one of the big questions out there is how it’s going to impact Ted Nolan’s future with the Buffalo Sabres. I thought he handled his first encounter with the media today well.
Here are a couple of quotes that stuck out.
We traded our franchise player, we traded our captain, that’s tough enough as it is. All of a sudden, a situation happens with Patty. So right now, I really have to put how I’m feeling away to the side and deal with the team.
Right now I can’t even discuss that. It’s such an emotional roller coaster. Right now is not the time to discuss that because of the situation that just occurred. When you’re emotional, you never want to make emotional comments on anything.
What does the future hold for Ted Nolan here in Buffalo? Your guess is as good as mine. If speculation holds that LaFontaine’s leaving had little or nothing to do with Nolan’s future with the club, he’s probably got a legitimate shot at having the interim tag removed. The Sabres are playing a lot better with him at the helm. The question is does he want to stick around after what just happened.