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Old 02-01-2008, 10:00 AM   #871
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Ok, they had a segment on Today about healthy Super Bowl food.

Um, I have a question... Such a thing exists?
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Old 02-01-2008, 10:52 AM   #872
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The Giants defense has done a great job on Tampa, Dallas and Green Bay, all on the road.

Eli limiting his mistakes has enabled the offense to do just enough to win those games.

IF the Giants D comes up with a great game on Sunday, I think they can keep it close.

Somehow, I think the Pats D gets to Eli and we see a 14+ point win for New England.
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A for effort!

If I speak up, I might be called Mr. prycklistener.
so that's how you roll
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Old 02-01-2008, 01:15 PM   #874
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Do you guys usually start a seperate thread for the Superbowl? (fine with me)
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I would have nothing to add to it except "Go Giants" "that commercial was stupid/cool" and "wow, Tom Petty is fugly" but that's a decent idea.
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Do you guys usually start a seperate thread for the Superbowl? (fine with me)




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Old 02-01-2008, 01:49 PM   #877
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Guess that's that.
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Old 02-01-2008, 01:59 PM   #878
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A true Eagles fan would never root for a New York team.

(I'm looking at you, Dave.)
Dave is from Nova Scotia, so perhaps he chose which teams to root for and against for reasons other than locality. A lot of people do that.

My bro told me In my little nephew's daycare they have two boxes for "Souper Bowl" can collections for the poor. Each can put in each box is a vote for that team to win. The Giants box is overflowing onto the floor, and the Patriots box is less than half full-

and they live in Redskins territory. The Redskins are rivals of the Giants too. Looks like people are rooting for the Giants not because they really want the Giants so much as that they DO NOT want the Patriots. A lot of people really do dislike them, Bellicheck, Moss, Brady especially, and do not want to see them get a perfect season.
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Guess that's that.
Yeah, Headache really hates it when people write Superbowl as one word.
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This one is probably going to hit 1,000 posts during the Super Bowl anyway, so we should just do a new one now.
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Yeah, Headache really hates it when people write Superbowl as one word.
Oh, ya rite.




Two words, people.

I'm a little slow on the uptake today. But at least I know it's two words. (Sorry, sis. )
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I think April should start our Super Bowl thread, since she knows it is two words.
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Sweet, the Bills will be playing a cumulative eight regular season/exhibition games in Toronto starting next year and continuing for the next five years. One a year, for the regular season ones.
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A true Eagles fan would never root for a New York team.

(I'm looking at you, Dave.)
If I lived in Philly, I would probably agree with you.

But if you lived here, you'd be rooting for the Patriots bandwagon to explode, too. If they win, I won't ever stop hearing it from the 48,208 retards here in Halifax who've paid attention to the team beginning in November but act like they've been following the team since they were 3, and talk trash like it, too.

I hate the Giants, I really do. But everyone and their dog on this forum knows how much I hate the Patriots, and it's more than the Giants. My Pats hatred is personal, whereas my Giants hatred is simply a sports rivalry. Gotta go with the (slightly) lesser of two evils.

I honestly thought after Championship weekend that I would not pick a team at all, and root for a good game regardless of who wins. But there is no physically possible way that I can NOT root against the Patriots going 19-0. I cannot bring myself to accept that result, and thus I must follow my spirit.

Now, if it was Dallas-New England, it would be a different story.
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