Monday, May 23, 2011

Canucks Flasher Caught On TV

VANCOUVER -- An extremely enthusiastic Vancouver Canucks fan was caught on live television pressing her bare breasts up against the penalty box during the team's victory over the San Jose Sharks, the Vancouver Sun reported Thursday.
The woman's uncensored show of support seemed to be directed towards Sharks forward Ben Eager, who was sat in the penalty box during the third-period of Vancouver's 7-3 win on Wednesday night.
Eager didn't visibly react when the woman lifted her Canucks jersey and bared herflesh. However, the six-second display was picked up by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) and shown across the country.
CBC head of media relations Jeff Keay explained that the footage was picked up by an in-house camera that CBC didnot control.

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2. High Liquidity: Liquidity is the ability of an asset to be converted into cash quickly and without any price discount. In forex this means we can move large amounts of money into and out of foreign currency with minimal price movement.

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