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First time in Super Bowl History.
#11
RE: First time in Super Bowl History.
Clearly Tom Brady met the devil at the crossroad.

Ergo, god exists.

Checkmate, atheists.
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#12
RE: First time in Super Bowl History.
I always found satan more believable than god.  Look at Bill Belichik and Nick Saban.

Both NFC playoff games, TB won because the opposing offense made big mistakes, the kind a team can't make and expect to win a playoff.  All KC has to do is not give Brady the game the way NO and GB did.
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#13
RE: First time in Super Bowl History.
Last night's Super Bowl did not live up to the hype. I really thought the Chiefs would at least keep close to Tampa.
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#14
RE: First time in Super Bowl History.
Rather watch.-

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#15
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I kept hearing about the Superbowl, this was the best one I found:




Boru
‘Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted.’ Ralph Waldo Emerson
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#16
RE: First time in Super Bowl History.
That was the most boring Super Bowl that I can remember. The game was miserable, the halftime show a total cluster, and since all the advertisers went all warm and fuzzy there weren't even any really funny standout ads. Husband went to bed about an hour in and I turned the sound down then off when the Weeknd did whatever it was he was doing with the jock-faced dancers and the seizure inducing fun house. After that debacle I changed stations, left the sound down, and listened to a couple podcasts.

Gads, that was a waste of airtime.

^Boru's picture up above is pretty cool though.
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#17
RE: First time in Super Bowl History.
(February 8, 2021 at 2:46 pm)arewethereyet Wrote: That was the most boring Super Bowl that I can remember.  The game was miserable, the halftime show a total cluster, and since all the advertisers went all warm and fuzzy there weren't even any really funny standout ads.  Husband went to bed about an hour in and I turned the sound down then off the Weeknd did whatever it was he was doing with the jock-faced dancers and the seizure inducing fun house.  After that debacle I changed stations, left the sound down, and listened to a couple podcasts.

Gads, that was a waste of airtime.

^Boru's picture up above is pretty cool though.

I have to be honest, when the team I root for is in a big game, I want a blowout. I don't like it close and biting my nails. But when you have no horse in the race you want to see a high scoring close game that goes down to the wire or into OT.  

When Washington plays Dallas I always want Dallas crushed. But if you are a fan of other teams and simply watching you'd be more likely to want a close game. 

That halftime show was a bit bazaar. The masks made me think of Pink Floyd's "Brick In The Wall". It was not impressive.

(February 8, 2021 at 11:59 am)BrianSoddingBoru4 Wrote: I kept hearing about the Superbowl, this was the best one I found:




Boru

Are you referencing Cobert's "Supurb owl?"
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#18
RE: First time in Super Bowl History.
Loved it. Nothing better than Tom Brady leading the Buccs to another win.
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(February 8, 2021 at 3:33 pm)Brian37 Wrote:
(February 8, 2021 at 2:46 pm)arewethereyet Wrote: That was the most boring Super Bowl that I can remember.  The game was miserable, the halftime show a total cluster, and since all the advertisers went all warm and fuzzy there weren't even any really funny standout ads.  Husband went to bed about an hour in and I turned the sound down then off the Weeknd did whatever it was he was doing with the jock-faced dancers and the seizure inducing fun house.  After that debacle I changed stations, left the sound down, and listened to a couple podcasts.

Gads, that was a waste of airtime.

^Boru's picture up above is pretty cool though.

I have to be honest, when the team I root for is in a big game, I want a blowout. I don't like it close and biting my nails. But when you have no horse in the race you want to see a high scoring close game that goes down to the wire or into OT.  

When Washington plays Dallas I always want Dallas crushed. But if you are a fan of other teams and simply watching you'd be more likely to want a close game. 

That halftime show was a bit bazaar. The masks made me think of Pink Floyd's "Brick In The Wall". It was not impressive.

(February 8, 2021 at 11:59 am)BrianSoddingBoru4 Wrote: I kept hearing about the Superbowl, this was the best one I found:




Boru

Are you referencing Cobert's "Supurb owl?"

I don’t know who ‘Cobert’ is, and I’m not familiar with term ‘supurb’.

Boru
‘Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted.’ Ralph Waldo Emerson
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#20
RE: First time in Super Bowl History.
(February 8, 2021 at 2:46 pm)arewethereyet Wrote: That was the most boring Super Bowl that I can remember.  The game was miserable, the halftime show a total cluster, and since all the advertisers went all warm and fuzzy there weren't even any really funny standout ads.  Husband went to bed about an hour in and I turned the sound down then off the Weeknd did whatever it was he was doing with the jock-faced dancers and the seizure inducing fun house.  After that debacle I changed stations, left the sound down, and listened to a couple podcasts.

Gads, that was a waste of airtime.

^Boru's picture up above is pretty cool though.

Ta. It’s my desktop wallpaper. Owls is cool.

Boru
‘Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted.’ Ralph Waldo Emerson
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