To Be the Stache, You Have To Walk in It's Shoes

Danny CarberryContributor IMarch 24, 2009

NEW YORK - MARCH 14:  Paul Harris #11 of the Syracuse Orange dribbles the ball downcourt against the Louisville Cardinals during the championship game of the Big East Tournament at Madison Square Garden on March 14, 2009 in New York City.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

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This past weekend Katie and I had the opportunity to hit the slopes "Hot Dog The Movie" style up at Whiteface Mountain in Lake Placid. Although conditions were not that great, it was still fun to get out on the mountain after a long winter of traveling and no skiing.

If you noticed in the picture, I decided not to shave for awhile and the rudiment of a Poncho stache was being emancipated. Katie was nice enough to point that out, so I figured where better to post a picture than on my shitty little blog.

If you have never been to Lake Placid, we highly recommend this lil' gem up in the Great White North of Upstate New York. The town has a great brewery, abundance of horrible beers on tap and great food. We also had the opportunity to sit next to some douchebagery at the bar at the Interlaken Inn and hear such choice words as:

~We just made Partner at our firm.
~I used to be a Tennis Pro
~You must love to hunt quail
~I just put $100,000 into my house recently
~When we pop him out. (Douche husband talking about his future son "Finn")

We had the opportunity to watch 'Cuse Sharla the Sun Devils on Saturday while taking a break from skiing the slush. They definitely turned it on during the right time of year and have some momentum heading into the Sweet Sixteen.

Here are some thoughts on the game by our conundrum of Syracuse blogs with much more sophisticated writing talent than myself.

(The Orange Report) Sweet like bear meat

(The Axeman) Sweet sixteen interview

(Big Orange Bloggin Chuck) Video footage of 'Cuse dominance

(Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician) His witty and always insightful recap of Orange doings.

(Daily Orange) Game summary that's always very PC

A week out, but the sensational Kenny with a Dewey's plug and High Brow dialogue.