Found August 30, 2012 on The Other Paper:
On Wednesday, the Toronto Maple Leafs actually invited their long-suffering fans to "Watch Paint Dry Live" as a crew painted the ice at Air Canada Centre during a live stream on their website.

From the country that brought you the sport of curling, comes the next most riveting activity on ice that contains a brush or a broom.



Everyone knows winter starts sometime around August up north — and Canadians need a hobby to fill those cold and restless days — but watching paint dry on your computer sounds like it needs the fortification of a couple sixers of Labatt's.

Luckily now you can watch it in time lapse with a dramatic soundtrack to get you stoked.

Sadly, with an NHL lockout looming, this could end up being the most thrilling hockey video of the NHL season.
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