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Old 01-27-2003, 04:43 PM   #46
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same with Celine Deon, how could you have a foriegner sing your national song?? I wouldnt be too happy.

that didn't bother me at all...she could have been singing Jingle Bells and it would still make me want to jab my eyes out with a hot poker.
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Old 01-27-2003, 05:34 PM   #47
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So, there was like a game yesterday and stuff?
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last year was great no doubt about it, and it probably will be one of the greatest super bowl performances

and i hope i dont get beat up but as a big Police fan I was actually really pleased when Sting came out, gwen stefani kinda ruined it not to mention her voice during Just a Girl .

I live close to the stadium so I really wished i couldve of just gone there to watch Sting
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Old 01-27-2003, 10:54 PM   #49
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I thought the Super Bowl Halftime Show was the most original and entertaining experience I've had in a long time. It made up for a lame-ass first half, and everything from the jokes to timing was pitch-perfect. I mean, how can anyone say that the performers were missing their cues. Come on, Saturday Night Live's cast did a brilliant job They deserve a spot in Super Bowl history for their coverage.

As for the OTHER Super Bowl Halftime Show, I didn't watch it. I'm not falling for that one again. I still remember how awful Michael Jackson was back in 1992 when the Bills played the Redskins. With the exception of U2 the halftime is something to miss.
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Old 01-28-2003, 12:14 AM   #50
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Keep Our Canadian Crap

My country has been known to disown its "greatest" performers. I do not refute that comment. In fact I fully support it; on behalf of all Canadians, take our Shania, Celine, and Avril, and keep them for all your superbowls.

We don't want them (well at least the intelligent people who neglect the elevator renditions of "my heart will go on"... if I hear that again my BARF will go on).

Anyway that's enough from up north. I would now like to politely thank America for taking our unwanted and embracing them as their own pop stars.

I salute you
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Old 01-29-2003, 10:20 AM   #51
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Cujo, dont forget the "Barenaked Ladies" another prime example of Canadian musical genius.

In spite of all these terrible bands/perfomers Canada did somehow manage to produce Daniel Lanois who, of course, really is a genius.
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Ahh... I stand corrected, but there is an overwhelming supply of pop that we pump out. Sometimes I do neglect the quality acts like Lanois, Cockburn, and Joni Mitchell (I think she's Canadian?)... but they deserve better.
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Old 01-29-2003, 07:17 PM   #53
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Isn't Neil Young from Canada too? If so, he's another one your country can be proud of, cujo.
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Old 01-29-2003, 11:43 PM   #54
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yup, he's a canuck too... I was just listing a few of our best. It would have taken a while to list them all. I'm sure we're proud of everyone deep down. But it's like Bono says about fame in Ireland... people walk by the big mansions and look up and say "Someday I'm gonna get that Bastard"...

something like that
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