OILERS SIGN KHAIRA

Breaking: Oilers have signed Jujhar Khaira, who will not return to Michigan Tech in the fall. He could end up in the WHL or with the Barons.

 

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  1. BlacqueJacque says:

    If they send him to the WHL, it’s a waste of time.

    I don’t see the need to send him to the AHL yet and I think he had room to grow in college hockey. He started off at a point per game for the first 15 games or so and then really fell off. Lots of room for improvement.

    Anyway, in other news, is TSN going to spend all summer re-opening the Gretzky wound or something? Christ…

  2. fifthcartel says:

    Kinda strange since in the NCAA it looked like he was developing fine. I wonder if the AHL is the right move if that is the case.

    Does any WHL team own his rights?

  3. Ca$h-Money! says:

    No way he goes to the WHL. Most likely AHL, possibly ECHL.

    This kid is going to eat Hamilton’s lunch… and possibly Pitlick’s if he doesn’t continue to improve. I’m high on this kid, it would do wonders to our forward prospect depth if he turned into a player relatively soon.

  4. russ99 says:

    BlacqueJacque:

    Anyway, in other news, is TSN going to spend all summer re-opening the Gretzky wound or something?Christ

    No kidding. Besides it’s obviously not news to TSN, that Bettman/McNall’s southern and western expansion was an abject failure.

    Wouldn’t mind seeing Khaira get a look at OKC.

  5. bookje says:

    I think they should put him on the fourth line that way they can know if he is a real NHLer or not without wasting all of that time with him in the minor leagues.

  6. Jordan says:

    BlacqueJacque:
    Anyway, in other news, is TSN going to spend all summer re-opening the Gretzky wound or something?Christ…

    I think it’s a warning for Oilers fans – don’t underestimate a team’s or owner’s ability to totally screw up a good thing.

    Because quite seriously… while I think the Oilers are more likely to make it to the dance next season than most people are giving them credit for right now, there’s still a lot of room for this to go south on them, and if it does, I’m worried they do something stupid with the young core.

    Less so with Craig at the the helm, but lets face it – he’s not Lou. At least, not yet.

  7. nelson88 says:

    From the discussions around the time he was drafted I believe his rights are owned by Everett. Maybe the Oil King trade for him?

    Seems like an odd move unless he was doing poorly in school? Having said that and based on his comments after being drafted it was pretty clear his #1 priority was hockey and trying to make the NHL so….

    Kid has a tonne of potential so I hope they don’t rush him.

  8. Bar_Qu says:

    bookje:
    I think they should put him on the fourth line that way they can know if he is a real NHLer or not without wasting all of that time with him in the minor leagues.

    Fourth line? You want to stunt his development like that? Put him on the second line so he can bump down Perron. Make that guy sing for his supper.

    No handouts on a DE team. Unless you are a rookie the Oilers want to push out of depth, of course.

  9. Bar_Qu says:

    Ideally, Khaira starts in the ECHL and works his way up to the AHL. But it is more likely we see him in OKC this fall (why would a guy give up a great NCAA situation with actual adult co-eds around to hang out with a bunch of teenagers in the WHL? No way he goes to major junior).

  10. PunjabiOil says:

    Good move by Khaira. Suggested it a year ago that you only get one shot at making the NHL, and it is critical in these development years to get more at-bats. Riley Nash didn’t take the Oilers advice, and who knows, it may have cost him a long-term NHL career.

    I’m not sure why the Oilers have to rush him by playing him in the AHL? He’s only 19. What’s the downside of playing in the WHL for another year?

  11. Woodguy says:

    I have a hard time believing he left school to go the WHL.

    MacT may be able to sell, but that would win the Carnegie award.

    Khaira had .67pts/.gm as an 18 year freshman.

    As a comp, Blake Wheeler had .59pts/gm as a 19 year old freshman.

    This kid is rocketing up the depth chart.

    He also grew to 6’3″ 205 although I can’t remember where I read that.

    He plays in OKC this year.

    Might start in ECHL, but he’ll play in OKC.

    Book it!

  12. Woodguy says:

    PunjabiOil,

    I’m not sure why the Oilers have to rush him by playing him in the AHL? He’s only 19. What’s the downside of playing in the WHL for another year?

    Moving down a level of competition.

    He did fine against men in the WCHA. 4th on his team in scoring. Only 18 year old freshman on the team.

    Moving to the WHL is a step back.

  13. PunjabiOil says:

    Riley Nash averaged 0.89 PPG in his freshman year.

    Khaira’s PPG is okay, but would have preferred seeing more goals from him. That said, the AHL is much higher quality than NCAA. I think it’d be wise to get more at-bats by playing in the dub.

  14. Woodguy says:

    PunjabiOil:
    Riley Nash averaged 0.89 PPG in his freshman year.

    Khaira’s PPG is okay, but would have preferred seeing more goals from him.That said, the AHL is much higher quality than NCAA.I think it’d be wise to get more at-bats by playing in the dub.

    Maybe Nash should have come out early then?

    Forwards peak earlier than Dmen so I don’t have a problem with this if MacT thinks he ready.

  15. supernova says:

    PunjabiOil:
    Riley Nash averaged 0.89 PPG in his freshman year.

    Khaira’s PPG is okay, but would have preferred seeing more goals from him.That said, the AHL is much higher quality than NCAA.I think it’d be wise to get more at-bats by playing in the dub.

    agree completely with this.

    Oilers development system seems adverse to letting Players over ripen.

    Khaira has been progressing fine, and now this. seems like something else at play. maybe school Elgibility or money.

    I wouldn’t mind seeing Khaira go to the WHL and play more than 60 games in a season. Even though AHL is a higher level you have less of a chance of injury (playing against grown men) and he will get probably double the minutes in the WHL.

  16. Lowetide says:

    Vollman’s equivalency for the WCHA is .42, meaning Khaira’s NHLE is 82, 6-17-23.

  17. Truth says:

    Woodguy:
    PunjabiOil,

    Moving to the WHL is a step back.

    Is this legitimate? I realize the age difference, but the majority of elite players come from the CHL, not NCAA. They play many more games in the CHL and are definitely more hockey focused.

    Would a player like MacKinnon be better served playing next year in the NCAA, CHL, or AHL if the NHL was not an option next year and he had the choice?

  18. speeds says:

    Will be interesting to see if Khaira leaving college, for either the AHL or WHL, improves his chances of making the WJHC team this year.

  19. slopitch says:

    Woodguy,

    6″2 182 lbs to 6″3 205. That’s a nice year of physical development. I wasn’t able to do that until age 26 and it was all beer n chicken wings.

  20. speeds says:

    Truth: Is this legitimate?I realize the age difference, but the majority of elite players come from the CHL, not NCAA.They play many more games in the CHL and are definitely more hockey focused.

    Would a player like MacKinnon be better served playing next year in the NCAA, CHL, or AHL if the NHL was not an option next year and he had the choice?

    SEL, IMO. Then again, I had the same thought for Crosby in his pre-draft year, and would be curious if it’s something McDavid looks at if he plays as well in the OHL this year as some are thinking he might.

  21. BlacqueJacque says:

    Truth,

    I’d say college is definitely better for drafted prospects. Primarily the age thing – as opposed to beating up on 16/17 year olds they’re facing something approaching men. But also more time to practice. I really think “at bats” can be offset by practice. It’s one thing to be on an NHL or AHL schedule with limited ice time and less practice than you get with college hockey.

    MacKinnon is NHL-ready. Period. And that’s why so many stars come out of the CHL – its not that the league is the best at development, but rather that almost everyone goes through it at some point. The stars, the best players, make the jump right away. Others languish a year and a half because they’re too good for the CHL but not good enough for NHL and not old enough for AHL. This is why I prefer the college route for defencemen in particular. They develop later and are at huge risk of injury the whole time. College lets them train and grow and practice while limiting exposure to injury

  22. Zipdot says:

    nelson88: Seems like an odd move unless he was doing poorly in school? Having said that and based on his comments after being drafted it was pretty clear his #1 priority was hockey and trying to make the NHL so….

    Highly unlikely. He got Scholastic Player of the Year in his last Jr year. Less speculation, please. You could have googled this. No wonder players hate playing in Edmonton.

  23. PunjabiOil says:

    He got a 3.38 (B+ is 3.3) GPA in Business management this past year, as per this article.

    http://michigantechhuskies.com/sports/mice/2013-14/releases/201308073cq04s

  24. Zipdot says:

    He’s a beast!!!!! A smart beast!!!

  25. wheatnoil says:

    nelson88:
    Seems like an odd move unless he was doing poorly in school?

    http://michigantechhuskies.com/sports/mice/2013-14/releases/201308073cq04s

    From the article, he had a 3.38 GPA, he was doing just fine.

    Lowetide:
    Vollman’s equivalency for the WCHA is .42, meaning Khaira’s NHLE is 82, 6-17-23.

    So his NHL-E is on par with Miller. Not bad for an 18 year old freshman. If he can pull some offense with him in OKC, he’ll rocket up the slim prospect chart at forward. I think this move puts even more pressure on Hamilton / Pitlick / Martindale. If they don’t outscore Khaira, there’s little chance any of them get a second contract (not that it looks great for them as is).

  26. wheatnoil says:

    Scott Reynolds puts this decision in a context I wasn’t aware of. The link is below. I don’t want to quote too much but the main point is that Khaira’s NCAA team was in a pretty good division last year, but this year the teams are getting reshuffled and he’d be playing in a significantly worse division, which may not be as great for his development. So he may have wanted to jump ship to put himself in a better position to develop. Reynolds feels this paves the way for Khaira to go to the WHL.

    http://www.coppernblue.com/2013/8/7/4598950/oilers-sign-jujhar-khaira

  27. LMHF#1 says:

    The one issue I’ve always had with players choosing college hockey is the lack of games. He only had a 37 game season last year…I’m betting he played more than that in Peewee if not sooner. Working up to the NHL schedule of 80+ games is an important part of development.

    Don’t really care if he heads to the WHL, ECHL or AHL as long as he gets more games in.

  28. Kitchener says:

    Best possible outcome is he plays with RNH: “The Nuge … to The Juj … GOAL !! “

  29. iHockeyWpg says:

    Is he a centre or a left winger? Thought he was a centre when the Oil drafted him. Anyone have the straight dope on Khaira?

  30. nelson88 says:

    Zipdot: Highly unlikely. He got Scholastic Player of the Year in his last Jr year. Less speculation, please. You could have googled this. No wonder players hate playing in Edmonton.

    Not sure how you took my post as some sort of offense to the young man? Given your technical prowess, perhaps you should dig through my posts going back to his draft day where I have made numerous comments about how he seemed to have a good head on his shoulders. You should be a Flames fan.

  31. Zipdot says:

    Kitchener: Best possible outcome is he plays with RNH: “The Nuge … to The Juj … GOAL !! ”

    It’s pronounced “Judge’-ahr”, not “Joojar”…

  32. Zipdot says:

    nelson88: Not sure how you took my post as some sort of offense to the young man? Given your technical prowess, perhaps you should…

    Baselessly speculating that he wasn’t doing very well in school is not very tasteful… It’s bad enough that these players have us speculating about real things that they’re going through – the least we can do is temper our speculation to things we can deduce based on clues and evidence.

  33. Woodguy says:

    wheatnoil:
    Scott Reynolds puts this decision in a context I wasn’t aware of. The link is below. I don’t want to quote too much but the main point is that Khaira’s NCAA team was in a pretty good division last year, but this year the teams are getting reshuffled and he’d be playing in a significantly worse division, which may not be as great for his development. So he may have wanted to jump ship to put himself in a better position to develop. Reynolds feels this paves the way for Khaira to go to the WHL.

    http://www.coppernblue.com/2013/8/7/4598950/oilers-sign-jujhar-khaira

    That’s really interesting and changes my opinion a bit.

    Leaving Michigan Tech for WHL didn’t make sense before, now it might.

    I still think he should get at shot at OKC and if an early cut, then go the WHL.

  34. Woodguy says:

    LMHF#1,

    Don’t really care if he heads to the WHL, ECHL or AHL as long as he gets more games in.

    Lots of truth to this.

    By many reports he’s a big body with NHL skating ability already.

    I still think the WHL would do much less for him than the AHL and he wouldn’t get buried there.

  35. Backhand says:

    I don’t understand why he needs to sign with the Oil to move to the WHL? Didn’t Pitlick do the exact same thing without a contract? (I could be wrong).

    He’s going pro.

  36. Cobbler says:

    Backhand,

    Agree. I don’t see why they’d need to sign him to and ELC for him to head to the Oil Kings. The only logical reason for the signing is ECHL or AHL.

  37. BlacqueJacque says:

    I think that’s the advantage of going the college route, isn’t it? You can go to the AHL even though you’re 19, if you played a year in college?

  38. Cobbler says:

    An interesting move given he will occupy a spot on the 50 man if he is in the AHL. Are they that high on him?

  39. wheatnoil says:

    Backhand:
    I don’t understand why he needs to sign with the Oil to move to the WHL?Didn’t Pitlick do the exact same thing without a contract? (I could be wrong).

    He’s going pro.

    This is a good point. I believe he could go back to the WHL if he wanted without a contract (unless there’s a rule I’m not aware of).

    I see four possibilities:

    1) The Oilers and Khaira expect him to be in OKC this Fall.

    2) Khaira wants to challenge for a roster spot in OKC and the Oilers were fine with that, but they’ll keep the option of sending him down to the WHL if he’s not quite ready.

    3) The Oilers and Khaira agreed that the NCAA wasn’t his best development route given the reduced division quality, but Khaira didn’t want to leave college and give up his degree without the security of at least an entry level contract and the Oilers were fine with giving him one.

    4) As an NCAA player, the Oilers retain his rights for four years without having to sign, but as a Major Junior player, he could re-enter the draft next year if the Oilers choose not the sign him. So Khaira was going back to the WHL but the Oilers wanted to ink him to an entry level contract to prevent him from re-entering the draft / becoming a free agent after one more year. (I’m not 100% sure if this point is accurate, so please someone correct me if this is not a possibility.)

  40. dawgtoy says:

    His WHL right belong to the Everett Silvertips. Not sure the Oilers would be keen to send him there. I’d assume he’s headed to the farm where they can control his development path.

  41. supernova says:

    Backhand:
    I don’t understand why he needs to sign with the Oil to move to the WHL?Didn’t Pitlick do the exact same thing without a contract? (I could be wrong).

    He’s going pro.

    Cobbler,

    Backhand,

    Pitlick played his draft year at college, was then drafted and played WHL, then AHL.

    Khaira would do draft year at BCJ, then college.

    Both would be not the norm, but if Khaira jumped to the AHL, it would be more typical.

  42. dessert1111 says:

    I have no idea if this move is good or bad, but it’s pretty interested, and by god I’ll take almost any non-terrible news in August. Slowest sports month of the year imo.

  43. supernova says:

    Woodguy:
    LMHF#1,

    Don’t really care if he heads to the WHL, ECHL or AHL as long as he gets more games in.

    Lots of truth to this.

    By many reports he’s a big body with NHL skating ability already.

    I still think the WHL would do much less for him than the AHL and he wouldn’t get buried there.

    Woodguy,

    lots of truth for sure, i think this is what the Oilers where thinking, it would be a win any route.

    I want him to play meaningful minutes. IF he is playing Martindale type minutes he should go the WHL.

    Of course he needs to earn it, but Martindale was replaced by CJ Stretch in the playoffs, who wouldnt be considered anywhere close to a Prospect.

    I have a big issue with how Nelson has used minutes in the AHL.

  44. supernova says:

    Zipdot: Highly unlikely.He got Scholastic Player of the Year in his last Jr year.Less speculation, please.You could have googled this.No wonder players hate playing in Edmonton.

    Zipdot,

    Whoa easy there, it is a very valid question? and thats all that he asked a simple question.

    it seems the answer is out there that he is a good student but with the timing and development path it was a viable question.

    Any time you pay attention to the NCAA or college route, whether it be football, basketball, hockey etc., you always ask the question about elgibility? school or money.

    Look at Johnny Manziel, or even Ben Scrivens sounding off?

    as a avid NFL fan, you have to stay attentive to NCAA.

  45. Backhand says:

    wheatnoil:

    I see four possibilities:

    3) The Oilers and Khaira agreed that the NCAA wasn’t his best development route given the reduced division quality, but Khaira didn’t want to leave college and give up his degree without the security of at least an entry level contract and the Oilers were fine with giving him one.

    To me, this is the most likely scenario. Khaira isn’t a sure fire NHL player, and to give up a degree is a big risk. Likely only offset by a 3 year entry level deal.

  46. D says:

    BlacqueJacque:

    Anyway, in other news, is TSN going to spend all summer re-opening the Gretzky wound or something?Christ…

    Man did you ever hit the nail on the head with this one. Also, I’m not looking forward to this Friday one bit.

  47. Romulus Apotheosis says:

    This is one of those situations where I have no tangible knowledge, a bunch of assumptions and feel the need to form an opinion quickly. It isn’t very conducive to a credible line of thought.

    For some stupid reason, I liked Khaira where he was. I liked that he was developing well out of the limelight (let’s face it, prospects in College or Euro tend to get overlooked somewhat). I liked that he didn’t cost a contract, that we had his rights forever, that he was playing against men and that he was getting smart in ways off the ice.

    For that jumble of reasons, my initial thought was… they’ve ruined christmas!

    Reading through the comments and Scott Reynold’s very interesting article, I’m much more accommodating to the signing.

    I think I’d like to see him in the WHL. I like the idea of a long sched against good competition. I like the idea that he can play up the depth chart a bit and stave off the pressure of “pro” for at least another season.

    Part of me feels certain that if he’s playing in the AHL this year, that means they’ve rushed him and are already dreaming of his slot on the big team.

  48. Caustic says:

    First time poster, long time reader.

    Not saying that it will happen, but in order to trade a player they need to be signed.

  49. Oil In Enemy Territory says:

    Caustic:
    First time poster, long time reader.

    Not saying that it will happen, but in order to trade a player they need to be signed.

    Not true, see Kyle Bigos for Lee Moffie

  50. Romulus Apotheosis says:

    Caustic,

    Oil In Enemy Territory,

    Indeed, you can trade the “rights” to an RFA, right?

    ———

    Also, here’s an interesting nugget from the Reynold’s comment section:

    if he plays in the AHL, they burn a year
    Does it? I thought 18 and 19 year olds in the AHL didn’t start their contracts until they turned 20. For example, Voynov.

    Capgeek on Voynov lists an “entry-level slide”

    http://capgeek.com/player/1035

    That would be one thing in favor of the A.

  51. Woodguy says:

    wheatnoil:
    Scott Reynolds puts this decision in a context I wasn’t aware of. The link is below. I don’t want to quote too much but the main point is that Khaira’s NCAA team was in a pretty good division last year, but this year the teams are getting reshuffled and he’d be playing in a significantly worse division, which may not be as great for his development. So he may have wanted to jump ship to put himself in a better position to develop. Reynolds feels this paves the way for Khaira to go to the WHL.

    http://www.coppernblue.com/2013/8/7/4598950/oilers-sign-jujhar-khaira

    LT must have cleared out some posts as my inital response to this post is gone.

    Didn’t think I participated in the crap, but sometimes the wheat goes into the chaff bin. :)

    Anyhow,

    That’s new info to me and maybe the WHL makes sense, but I still maintain that given his size and skating ability that the WHL is a step back and would rather he goes to the AHL.

    If he gets cut from the Barons, then WHL is fine, but why hold him back if he’s ready?

  52. justDOit says:

    He really improved in Prince George, and played well in the WCHA as a freshman – so yeah, maybe he needs to be pushed here for a while.

    At least this way, he can’t use the Schultz Maneuver to go UFA in three years. I’m cheering for this kid. Son of a truck driver, no?

  53. Woodguy says:

    Ok, now my old posts are back.

    Weird.

    Ghosts in the machine.

    Hey, that’s gives me an idea.

    LT, next year do the re: series with Police songs.

    No clue if you’re a fan, but I was/is.

    Yak= Walking on the Moon

    There, you’re halfway there already.

  54. Lowetide says:

    WG: I liked the Police, lost track of them after a time but ROXANNE was definitely part of my timeline plus the first maybe 5 albums. Dubnyk gets Roxanne, no?

  55. Woodguy says:

    Backhand:
    I don’t understand why he needs to sign with the Oil to move to the WHL?Didn’t Pitlick do the exact same thing without a contract? (I could be wrong).

    He’s going pro.

    Very good point.

  56. Woodguy says:

    Lowetide:
    WG: I liked the Police, lost track of them after a time but ROXANNE was definitely part of my timeline plus the first maybe 5 albums. Dubnyk gets Roxanne, no?

    *groan*

    Also,

    First 5 albums are almost everything anyhow.

  57. speeds says:

    Woodguy,

    If you were Khaira, would you leave college without the security of an ELC and 3 years of signing bonuses?

  58. Woodguy says:

    speeds:
    Woodguy,

    If you were Khaira, would you leave college without the security of an ELC and 3 years of signing bonuses?

    Nope.

  59. justDOit says:

    Woodguy:
    Ok, now my old posts are back.

    Weird.

    Ghosts in the machine.

    Hey, that’s gives me an idea.

    LT, next year do the re: series with Police songs.

    No clue if you’re a fan, but I was/is.

    Yak= Walking on the Moon

    There, you’re halfway there already.

    Love(d) the Police, up to a point. Those three skinny Brits could really lay it down. Feel, groove and chops. But like any group, there came a time when things started down hill. Mr. Sumner seems like a unique individual, from what I’ve read.

    Some great song titles for REs from them:

    Walking On The Moon (as stated)

    Message In A Bottle

    So Lonely

    Don’t Stand So Close To Me

    King Of Pain

    Bring On The Night

    Man In A Suitcase

    Bombs Away

    Driven To Tears

  60. bendelson says:

    justDOit,

    peanuts

  61. justDOit says:

    Lowetide:
    WG: I liked the Police, lost track of them after a time but ROXANNE was definitely part of my timeline plus the first maybe 5 albums. Dubnyk gets Roxanne, no?

    Embarrassed at not getting that sooner. Nice!

  62. Romulus Apotheosis says:

    Police. I endorse this.

    Who gets “When the World is Running Down, You Make the Best of What’s Still Around”

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAtc9mlX72Q

    Smyth, if by some night-terror he is still here?

  63. Romulus Apotheosis says:

    Canary in a Coalmine for Hall or Yak?

  64. justDOit says:

    Romulus Apotheosis,

    I’ve always felt that song was about someone who was afraid to live life.

    “You say you want to spend the winter in Firenza

    You’re so afraid to catch a dose of influenza”

  65. Romulus Apotheosis says:

    justDOit:
    Romulus Apotheosis,

    I’ve always felt that song was about someone who was afraid to live life.

    “You say you want to spend the winter in Firenza

    You’re so afraid to catch a dose of influenza”

    ya… wow… I really misinterpreted that song. I don’t really pay attention to lyrics and it shows right now.

    I always assumed the title and the frenetic pace of the song meant it was about a loose cannon, first over the hill kind of guy.

    actually… how are all the timid things he lists in the song, “like a canary in a coalmine”?

  66. justDOit says:

    Romulus Apotheosis,

    I do the same thing for most songs, but a few decades ago I used to play a lot of these Police tunes nightly. They have been absorbed as much as learned.

    Well, if it were my job to die before others if a noxious gas were accidentally emitted, I might be very afraid of everything else that might come my way, given my fragile constitution. But really, I’d just want to get the fk out of there!

    So short answer – no idea. Song recorded and royalty cheques cashed. Some (most?) songs are better if they’re not understood, let alone dissected.

  67. Woodguy says:

    I often shout above the din of my Rice Krispies.

  68. justDOit says:

    Woodguy,

    That’ll happen when you put club soda and vodka on them. But that’s silly – vodka/cs is only good with Count Chocula.

  69. prairieschooner says:

    The ECHL worked pretty well for Rajala allowing him to find his feet before making sparks in OKC
    It would seem that a similar development process might allow the young man to transition to the mans game of the pros.
    Oilers have had guys under contract in the ECHL in the past.

  70. bookje says:

    edit – next post…

  71. Dipstick says:

    Didn’t Eddie Murphy do a “kick ass” rendition of Roxanne? Trading Places maybe?

  72. dawgtoy says:

    Dipstick
    48 hours.

  73. RexLibris says:

    “Its a big enough umbrella but its always me that ends up getting wet” seems a great line for some wicked defensive zone starts.

  74. Woodguy says:

    RexLibris:
    “Its a big enough umbrella but its always me that ends up getting wet” seems a great line for some wicked defensive zone starts.

    “”Mother chants her litany of boredom and frustration
    But we know all her suicides are fake”

    - Kevin Lowe

    “Daddy only stares into the distance
    There’s only so.much heartache he can take”

    -MacT before he said, “Fuck this, either I run the show or I leave”

  75. Reg Dunlop says:

    justDOit,

    Since you loved The Police, you know, those 3 skinny Brits… I guess you forgot that the drummer was American.

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