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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBeatGoesOn View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf View Post
    I'm working on supporting the local PD, FD, FBI, and NFL for the Super Bowl here in Glendale. Other than that, I really don't care.
    I have only went to ONE Superbowl, ever, in my life, and that was in Minnesota in... 1993? I can't remember now. The Redskins won. It was chaos and so darn COLD. I hated it. I'd rather be here with my boys in the comfort of my warm living room!
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    We're in Glendale, Arizona, and it's a completely enclosed stadium. I'm not at the stadium (I was there yesterday). Instead, I'm in the Emergency Operations Center (rather than the Joint Operations Center, which is a royal pain in the ass to get to, even with a police car).
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    Just caught the Super Bowl TV spot for Iron Man, looks fucking awesome! I just hope Jon Favreau doesn't screw it up like he did with Zathura, which I hated.

    (Couldn't give two shits about football, though.)

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    omg that was awesome. i'm so happy the patriots lost. woooooo
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    What a disappointing game.
    I couldn't believe how much Brady kept getting hit!
    The Giants certainly earned the win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scantilyclad View Post
    omg that was awesome. i'm so happy the patriots lost. woooooo
    I didn't care either way. But that was definitely an awsome game.
    Good to see the NFC win one again.

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    Yes, amazing game.

    The Patriots' drive was solid when they went ahead.

    I'm still not sure how Manning got out of the sack and connected with his receiver on probably the most crucial pass there in the last few minutes.

    Just incredible.
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    The biggest disappointment for me was that they didn't show the trailer for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

    Didn't pay attention to the game. I find sports highly illogical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Yes, amazing game.

    The Patriots' drive was solid when they went ahead.

    I'm still not sure how Manning got out of the sack and connected with his receiver on probably the most crucial pass there in the last few minutes.

    Just incredible.

    I couldn't believe he got out of that sack. it was amazing.
    and it was so cute how happy his brother was for him.
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