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Old 02-05-2007, 09:52 AM   #496
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Cooper, Peyton and Eli.
Someone should have given Archie and Olivia a baby name book.
Instead they used the tires from Archie's tractor, Olivia's favorite soap opera and their favorite inventor (cotton gin) as inspiration for naming the kids.
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perhaps chicager can go after chunky soup man, i heard he's available.

i know i'm still gonna be in the minority here, but prince's half time show (which is the only thing worth talking about after that dreadful game) was better than u2's... maybe i feel that way because i wasn't expecting anything to blow me away like that, where as u2's performance, while touching, was about as hard to predict as death and taxes...

the purple one rocked my world.
Chunky soup man is originally from Chicago too! Nice media story.

I was surrounded by people who could not grasp Prince's, um, awesomeness!? It sucked (for me) knowing how great Prince IS, and would be during this performance. It was a great performance!
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i know i'm still gonna be in the minority here, but prince's half time show (which is the only thing worth talking about after that dreadful game) was better than u2's... maybe i feel that way because i wasn't expecting anything to blow me away like that, where as u2's performance, while touching, was about as hard to predict as death and taxes...

the purple one rocked my world.
Predicable, yes, but with the whole 9/11 element in the air and U2 playing as we expect them to, I still have to rate it higher than Prince.

But believe me, Prince is right up there. He's always been a phenomenal guitar player, something that doesn't always come out in his more pop-oriented songs, but man, can he play that thing.
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I dunno, tough to top Aerosmith with NSync and pre-crotch shot Britney.

And lest we forget just how great the $tone$ looked and sounded last year.
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Despite the fact that i was cheering for the Colts, and will have a GREAT day tomorrow at work now, I feel this game was a bit of a letdown after the AFC Championship Game. The Colts did not play as well, and no offense to the Bears fans, but the Bears are no New England Patriots. If this was the BCS....we would have arguments about the Pats getting votes for #2.
Indeed. Can you imagine if the Pats and Colts had played last night instead of two weeks ago? Brady and Manning together on football's biggest stage?

Sadly, that will never happen.
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I dunno, tough to top Aerosmith with NSync and pre-crotch shot Britney.

And lest we forget just how great the $tone$ looked and sounded last year.
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Predicable, yes, but with the whole 9/11 element in the air and U2 playing as we expect them to, I still have to rate it higher than Prince.

But believe me, Prince is right up there. He's always been a phenomenal guitar player, something that doesn't always come out in his more pop-oriented songs, but man, can he play that thing.
the emotional factor of u2's performance is what i might agree puts it over the top... it was the perfect time for it. as far as sheer performance though, prince was better, imo.

one thing i can't stand about the day after the super bowl is working with old fogies... all they wanna talk about are the commercials and how bad the half time show was.

ugh...
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Indeed. Can you imagine if the Pats and Colts had played last night instead of two weeks ago? Brady and Manning together on football's biggest stage?

Sadly, that will never happen.
Well could happen, Brady and Eli Manning in the Super Bowl.
No wait:

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one thing i can't stand about the day after the super bowl is working with old fogies... all they wanna talk about are the commercials and how bad the half time show was.

ugh...
Hey...the crab commercial was funny...now get back to work whippersnapper.
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Ssshhhhh...nobody wake up Bonochick or Sicy.
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Indeed. Can you imagine if the Pats and Colts had played last night instead of two weeks ago? Brady and Manning together on football's biggest stage?

Sadly, that will never happen.
if the AFC Championship game were, in fact, the super bowl, it would probably go down as the greatest super bowl ever played.

as opposed to last night, which was the worst super bowl ever played. how many turnovers did they end up with for the game... 40? 50? disgustingly bad... and forget the rain. those INTs by sexy rexy had nothing to do with rain, and neither did the INT by pey pey in the 1st, or the botched snaps by sexy rexy, the helmet on the ball by bob sanders... pretty much the majority of the turnovers had nothing to do whatsoever with the weather. i think the only thing you can sorta blame on a slippery ball is the botched PAT, but seeing as that's the 40th botched FG/PAT since week 16, i dunno if we can completely blame that on the weather.

perhaps next year we'll start seeing "kick hold specialists" come into the game. or, perhaps, a wide reciever becomes the holder... you know, someone who catches the ball for a living as opposed to someone who throws it?

i just revolutionized the game of football, much in the same way u2kitten did with her invention of the retractable roof.
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I liked the Bud Light commercial where they slapped everyone.
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I liked the Bud Light commercial where they slapped everyone.
You old fogie. (600 here we come)
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I liked the Bud Light commercial where they slapped everyone.
i was a fan of rock/paper/siscors myself
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Yeah, that was a good one, too.
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