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Game Day Thread For the Forty-Eighth Playing of the NFL’s Super Bowl: Broncos v. Seahawks

| February 2nd, 2014

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There are no Bears but an argument can be made that the two most deserving teams are appearing in this year’s Super Bowl. As always, you can follow my commentary on the contest by checking out my Twitter feed on the right rail. You can also go to Twitter, join and follow me by CLICKING HERE.

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  • Trac

    The “Super Bowl” is only “Super” if your team is in it. Otherwise, it’s a great opportunity to get together with friends. That to me is “Super”.

    • SC Dave

      For excessive indulgence… ah… The Great American RItual!

      Enjoy, compadre.

  • Viva
    • MB30SD

      he is such a little cunt. always hated him.

    • CanadaBear

      Not saying he’s innocent but he probably deserves a trial first. People have looked into those claims back when Mia and Woody split up. Woody taking up with her adopted 14-year old doesn’t exactly throw most people off the trail. He’s a weird fucker any way you look at it.

      • AlbertInTucson

        “Weird…” is an understatement.

      • AlbertInTucson

        I’m sure Roman Polanski stands by him.

    • Irish Sweetness

      Hasn’t she just ruined any court case she might have against him by doing that? Doesn’t that get thrown out of court because she put it to the media first ?

      • NewBearInTown

        No. But if her testimony in court doesn’t match the letter, the defense can “impeach” her testimony, i.e. show that the story is inconsistent. Plus the defense can claim that the whole thing is an attention grab.
        But the court case isn’t ruined. If anything, she might be going public to force the prosecution’s hand in pressing charges.

        • Irish Sweetness

          Ahah – I knew you’d have the goods NBIT. Thx.

        • Irish Sweetness

          And if somebody else had written the letter – like Mia Farrow had
          written the letter – does that then damage her case, or equivalently
          force the prosecution’s hand? Allen can hardly call slander at that
          point because that would open up a trial anyway, yay or nay?

          • NewBearInTown

            Nah. If some third party wrote the letter, the prosecution and defense would both be barred from using it in court – the letter would be hearsay. But they could call that person to testify, and then use the letter to impeach the witness.
            A slander trial is a totally different animal by the way.

      • Trac

        I don’t think it’s about that Irish. This young lady cannot stand the injustice of if all. She will get her day in court one day. A much higher court.

  • MB30SD

    I don’t really give a rat’s ass about the game today. The only thing for me is that I love that seattle D. That’s about it… that and I have my babies today, so any drunken philandering will be taken all the way out. It’s basically just a game with two teams that aren’t the bears. Meh.

    Have fun today everyone, be safe, don’t drink and drive, tip your waitresses, try the meatloaf.

    • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

      Back at you. Enjoy your celery with quino! bwhaaha

      I too like the SEA D. I like that they talk a little. I mean, didn’t the 85 Bears put a bounty on QBs every week? C’mon man. D’s should have a little swag, and a nickname if possible.

      But I’m gonna be pulling for the Broncos. I think Manning deserves it. (and I don’t believe he beat us in the SB. Injuries to Harris/Brown and Lovie/Rex is our QB doomed us from the start).

      I just want to see a good game, but if the Broncos get up early (this really does depend on how loosely the refs call PI), then the commercials might be more entertaining than the game.

      • MB30SD

        i respect manning for the qb he is… but fuck peyton manning.

  • Irish Sweetness

    Okay – the two photos up top. Ya got me Jefe, that’s not Secretariat’s colors, and the other guy has .. .well … kind eyes.

    • gpldan

      Gilligan was played by a guy named Bob Denver.

      • AlbertInTucson

        But before THAT he gained a bit of fame as High-School-Beatnik -Classmate MAYNARD G. KREBS on DOBIE GILLIS.

        • CanadaBear

          My definition of a hipster; beatnik with a trust fund.

          • Cormonster

            We call them Trustafarians at jam band shows.

      • Irish Sweetness

        Okay – I am the only person in the world who has never seen Gilligan’s Island. Even Aussies looked at me funny when I mentioned that.

    • RenoBear

      Horse is Seattle Slew I’m thinking…

    • MB30SD

      Those aren’t kind eyes… he’s just high

  • Irish Sweetness

    IBNO – from the last thread, I’ve got five euro on my hombre George Foreman over your Brown Bomber. No elastic ropes, no crazy temperatures, no ‘flu. Two champs toe to toe. I’ve got George in the second.
    DING!DING!

    • CanadaBear

      Wow! A George Foreman apologist.

      • AlbertInTucson

        Maybe he like’s George’s grills?

        • Irish Sweetness

          He sold the rights to those in ’99 for close on 200 Million.

      • Irish Sweetness

        Greatest of all time Canada. I worked it out on a piece of paper once, through a line with Joe Frazier, Ken Norton etc.

        Ali was the self-styled ‘Greatest’. He fights Frazier three times – he wins one controversially, couldn’t physically get out of his seat for the last but was lucky Frazier’s corner threw in the towel first (even though Frazier was ready to go) …. and Frazier beat him fair and square in the first. Ali never got Frazier to the ground once.

        Frazier goes up against Foreman and gets knocked on his ass 5 times inside two rounds before getting knocked down for the last time. Foreman fights Ali whilst suffering from the ‘flu, on cartoon elastic band ropes that absorbed most of the energy George was putting into Ali, in ridiculous temperatures and humidity – taking a worse toll on the bigger man. If Foreman fights Ali under normal conditions elsewhere, he’d beat him 9 times out of ten.

        But the real test of greatness – he walked away at his peak, came back ten years later and STILL had the chops at 46 to be world champ. My hero.

        And he responds to my emails.

        • CanadaBear

          Woulda, shoulda, coulda. He lost to Ali. I was an Ali fan and I thought for sure George would kill him. Sometimes your brain is your best weapon. Let’s be honest, George coming out of retirement and beating a tomato can at 45 is impressive but not exactly HOF stuff. I don’t think Michael Moorer was anyone’s idea of great champion. I like Big George and I’m really happy he’s been able to make money long after boxing. But like the Big Tuna says, “You are what your record says you are.”

          • Irish Sweetness

            And Ali got dumped five times too …. I find it hard when people knock him for being a champ at 46, nobody else could do it. It’s hard enough to become champ when you’re young, fit and ready, but as a senior? And it wasn’t just Moorer he had to fight – you don’t fight one fight for a title, it’s the twenty or thirty before it. Ten of his best years spent in the wilderness. He would have hammered them all senseless – it was sad that his ego couldn’t take the Ali loss. A rematch or two back in the USA would have taken some of the shine off Ali’s ‘legend’. My $0.02.

  • RenoBear

    That Bart Hubbuch tweet about Eli’s career being like the Florida Marlins is SPOT. ON. … Perfect comparison, catch lightning in a bottle for two random seasons and nada zilch besides that…

  • CanadaBear

    Pulling for Denver because I dislike Pete Carroll way more than John Fox. Fox to me is a smarter version of Lovie. I mean no disrespect to Lovie when I say that. It truly is meant as a compliment to Fox.

  • AlbertInTucson

    “More people should confront Tony Dungy – who seems to have anointed himself as some kind of moral authority w/out having the resume.” +1

    Especially considering how well his moaralizing worked out for one of his own sons.

    I would remind you, Blogfather, that one of the regular conduits for Dungy’s blather is THE DAN PATRICK SHOW.

    • Trac

      Morality can’t save a person, on the other hand, mocking him through his sons death is not the way to go. Dungy is by all accounts a man of good character.

      • AlbertInTucson

        I disagee that I was “mocking” him and I said nothing about his character but he’d be better served to stick to talking football.

        • MB30SD

          not a dungy fan.

    • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

      I think the bigger issue with coaching and how their offspring turn out (like Reid) is the work hours.

      Your father can be Ghandi, but if he’s always out of the house, then a kid is going to look elsewhere for guidance and even grow resentful of his father for valuing work over him (which leads to rebellion).

      It’s a problem with a lot of fathers who work long hours.

  • NewBearInTown

    So I’m going to a Superbowl party with the same people I usually watch the game with every year. My partner hosts at his place, in past years he made turduckin (which is awesome, btw). This year he’s making chili to save on labor. We always get wings. There’s a nice TV. There’s (lousy) beer.
    But I’m looking for ideas for a little something extra to liven up the party. I did some googling. I’m not kidding you, every single article I have seen suggests buying paper plates with footballs on them.
    If any of you suggests bringing paper goods with footballs on them I will find you and make you watch Brett Favre highlights 8 hours a day until the draft in April.
    I’m thinking to bring good beer, but we’re all driving, so nobody is going to drink more than a couple anyway. Any other last minute suggestions?

    • CanadaBear

      If you have a little time a spinach dip or guacamole is always nice (if you have good recipes). Beyond that cheese, nice crackers or fruit plate. Sorry not much help.

    • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

      I was gonna say jalepeno poppers, if some of them like it spicy.

      I personally like mushrooms, and it’s a little different. The girl I went out with made meatballs/mushroom appetizers.

    • NewBearInTown

      Funny that it always goes back to the food. The wife is baking a quick batch of cookies. Everybody always loves fresh baked cookies 🙂

      • Cormonster

        NBIT, Google buffalo chicken dip sometime. Fabulous with scoop chips. My cousin makes it when we tailgate before a game. Cream Cheese, chicken, ranch dressing, regular cheese, and Frank ‘ s Red Hot.

      • Irish Sweetness

        Cookie dough. Yes. One of the things like christmas cake mix that tastes better before it’s cooked.

  • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

    Why do I get the irking feeling that Strahan made the HOF based off his personality?

    Kevin Greene and Charles Haley (who was instrumental on 5 SB teams) seemed like more worthy candidates. I can even make an argument of Tim Brown over Strahan (but I guess they let Reed in instead).

    I’m glad as hell that CB Aeneas Williams got in. He was awesome, just happened to play for crappy teams.

    At least Tony Dungy didn’t get in. Of all the candidates, I think he’s the least qualified. I’d rather K Mort Anderson get in before Dungy.

    And congrats to Ray Guy. Punters are ppl too!

    • Irish Sweetness

      Ray Guy got in ! Sweet. Apparently he’s the only guy (sorry!) to punt a ball out of a stadium – well, it went into the players tunnel …..

      Haley – five SBs, should be a lock. He’s out on his own there I think.

  • MB30SD
    • CanadaBear

      That bites. He was a great actor. Even when he was in shitty movies he still managed to rise above it.

      • MB30SD

        yeah, probably not shocking unfortunately… seems like jeff knew him from hit tweet. Bummer.

        • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

          Heroine overdose by most accounts. Are the 90s making a comeback?

          Acting de-stabilizes IMO, esp if an actor is method.

          • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

            Also, I really liked him in two bit roles. As the villain in Mission Impossible, and as the weaselly Inquirer reporter in Red Dragon.

          • Irish Sweetness

            Or the de-stabilized … act.
            Being borderline between the worlds of sanity and insanity gives you a more global view of ‘reality’.

            {You’d know all about about that, Irish!}

            Hey! I resemble that remark …

      • Irish Sweetness

        Truly, truly sad and shocked to see that. That’s why I logged in, not to gloat over Turtlehead’s demise, but to mourn the untimely death of a great actor.

        His fragile sensitivity was visible as early as Scent of a Woman for me. In the tense scene at the end, he was right in there and it was one of those few times on screen where a man does not appear to be acting but simply is that part. The tortured sensibilities of his character in Boogie Nights. The sensitivity came out again in Flawless, where he brilliantly played speech therapist to De Niro’s tough stroke-stricken cop. There were the quirky little movies like Love Liza where he was addicted to sniffing petrol as I recall. Then there were the gem movies like Magnolia, Almost Famous. Anyone see the animated Mary & Max ?(sad, touching – quirky little Aussie girl has a grumpy old penfriend in NY). Then he could switch to tough, sassy guys (The Master / Charlie Wilson’s War).

        But the troubled soul was never far from the surface. Oh man, The Needle and the Damage Done – “every junkie’s like the setting sun …” – but he won’t be remembered as a junkie or a drunk, just a wonderful, wonderful actor. The best.

        There will be tears shed at a certain point of this year’s Oscars, and mine will be amongst them.

        R.I.P. Philip Seymour Hoffman.

  • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

    Kellen Davis inactive. There is a God, and he is just.

    Hey, if you’re inactive for SB, you don’t get a ring if your team wins, right?

    • CanadaBear

      Nah. The entire 53 get rings.

      • MB30SD

        I think it was a wishful jest canada… but you knew that.

        • CanadaBear

          I know. I love being a wet blanket!

        • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

          Someone on twitter suggested that Davis should get an onion ring instead.

          • johnnywad

            Maybe one of Coach’s Mustache’s old cock rings.

          • Irish Sweetness

            Nah, Crown’s ….

            If there was anyone on the blog I had to bet has a cock ring, it’s Crown.

          • MB30SD

            Hahahahahaha

    • Irish Sweetness

      I told you guys he’d shine somewhere else – I did. I just didn’t think it would be his ring doing the shining.

  • MB30SD

    any one care to compare and contrast KC to our very own Major dogshit?

    http://seattletimes.com/html/seahawks/2022815228_seahawksjenks02xml.html

    Dave?

    • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

      I read that Major was ranked dead last of all starting safeties by Scouts Inc (or one of those Emery pays for analysis).

      • Irish Sweetness

        I am shocked and stunned, Butch…. was our Chris #63?

        • MB30SD

          194

  • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

    So does this mean that Jobs will be rooting for the Broncos? Hmmmm….

    https://twitter.com/BillGates/status/430107147398307840/photo/1/large

    • Irish Sweetness

      Wow. Did a dude ever look more out of place than in a football fan’s uniform – I mean and actual fan … I know he was born there, but that’s just wrong.

  • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

    Here’s a decent article on sea dhttp://www.suntimes.com/sports/25310668-419/scary-seahawks-could-be-template-for-rebuilding-bears.html

  • gpldan

    How is Payton Manning not like Linda Lovelace?

  • tobijohn

    Newman looks pretty good but boy, has Jerry aged. That’s about the only thing of note I can add to tonight’s event…

    • MB30SD

      He was so pathetic in jurassic park… perfect part and perfectly played

  • Trac

    Totally loving this blowout.

  • MB30SD

    Is it too late to change my prediction from Seattle by 14 to Seattle by 42?

    • Trac

      You’re slipping mate!

      • MB30SD

        At least I called for a big margin.

        And I did float Wagner for a possible mvp… close.

        My boy kam c. Blew it up too.

        • Irish Sweetness

          Denver were 3.5 point faves, right? Anyone take the plunge?

          • MB30SD

            I don’t gamble, but almost everyone on the blog was picking Denver by 3ish and I just didn’t see choker pulling anything even remotely close to that off against that d.

  • AlbertInTucson

    “There is no way on earth for Aikman to make the argument that punt is the right call there.” MOMENTS after he and Buck were saying the Broncos wouldn’t punt unless they were “…backed up..”

    • Trac

      Just read a funny article on how the press corp are burning up because of the heat lamps. Maybe Troy needs to go sit with em.

  • AlbertInTucson

    If this were a prize fight they would have stopped it.

    • Trac

      This game sucks so bad I love it.

  • AlbertInTucson

    Haven’t even seen any commercials I would call “stand out”.
    The Maserati spot was a waste of time and as for Coke’s “America the Beautiful” spot, I actually hit the “mute” button about 15 seconds into it.

    • tobijohn

      They’ve pretty much been uninspiring for a while now…

    • Irish Sweetness

      Anyone who watches the ads .. .you guys realize they win, right? The fact that you’d sit through them when you could be getting Crown’s halftime BJ or … I don’t know … taking a piss …. they win. And who the hell do they think they’re selling to? Almost every American ad I see is a facepalmer. Check out Scandanavian ads sometime, they’re aimed at actual people.

      Scary thought : the people responsible for Geico ads are probably seen as ‘crazy hilarious out-there’ geniuses by their ad companies …”they’re guys who really think outside the box” that kind of misguided twerkery. And they’re on obscene salaries.

      Ombudsman for the society of not treating people like dickheads.

  • AlbertInTucson

    “Putting a Microphone on Earl Thomas”. Who thought THAT was good idea?

  • AlbertInTucson

    O-O-O-O-h! Super Bowl record for completions for Peyton and catches for D. Thomas.

    CO-MVPs?

  • AlbertInTucson

    Appropriately, for Bronco fans anyway, Turner Classic Movies was showing THE LOST WEEKEND.

    • Irish Sweetness

      Great movie. A must-see for any hard drinkers / alcoholics (cos there ain’t no difference!)

  • johnnywad

    First Super Bowl I’ve missed in forever. Went to see Lone Survivor instead. Looks like I made the right choice.

    • Irish Sweetness

      Good movie, right? Pashtunwali. I hope people are made aware of that now, and don’t tar them all with the same brush.

      Anyone seen the Wolf of Wall Street yet?

  • johnnywad

    The Bears were a dropped Major Wright INT away from beating those very Seahawks 14 months ago.

  • gpldan

    Every time Denver wears Orange to the Super Bowl, it’s they who get the Crush.

    They wore it this year specifically to try and break the curse, I think Elway asked for it. Bad call, Johnny. Bad call.

  • gpldan

    In the mock 30 for 30 by Caliendo, he debuts his Ditka and his Berman.

    It’s right off the 4-letter home page.

  • gpldan
  • Artoo

    Irish was at the Super Bowl! Let’s see how many of you figure that one out.

    • Irish Sweetness

      Dude ! Where you been Son !!?

      I told you, my ride does 10 x light speed ….

  • AlbertInTucson

    Reports are that Philillip Seymour Hoffman OD’d.

    What waste. He did some ecellent work..

    From CHARLIE WILSON’S WAR:
    Charlie Wilson (Tom Hanks): “You’re no James Bond.”
    Gust Avrakotos (Hoffman): “You’re no Thomas Jefferson, either. Let’s call it even.”

  • BerwynBomber

    Happy for Seattle. What a performance. Btw, can we finally put to bed the “if Peyton wins this one he willl be the greatest ever QB” storyline? How many post-season mulligans does this guy get? Hey, he’s the best regular season QB ever — and that’s saying something — but the post-season is a different season altogether. Wilson should have been given the MVP, btw. Flip the score and give Peyton Wilson’s stats and we would be listening to media dick-sucking for months. Anyway, good for the ‘hawks. Nice to see defensive teams prevail in this day and age.

    • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

      It was a pitiful performance by the Broncos all around.

      I wrote that the Seahawks don’t win without 3 turnovers and specials teams, and that’s exactly what they did. Didn’t even need that much work since the Broncos from the very first snap just were giving it away.

      The Bronco’s O looked scared, tentative, like they didn’t have a game plan.

      But really they lost the edges and couldn’t protect Peyton. When Peyton has to shuffle his feet and bootleg, party’s over.

      Strahan in the pregame predicted the Hawks would win because they would pressure a dangerous QB, just like his Giants against Brady and that’s exactly what happened.

      • Johnathan Wood

        Seattle just wanted it more. Take that pick 6. The ball flies up in the air when Peyton is hit as he throws. The Seattle guy runs to the ball while the Denver receiver (who had better position) just stands there and watches it. Then the same guy halfheartedly jogs after him and pulls up at the 20 when he has a chance to tackle Malcolm Smith short of the end zone. The effort was sorely lacking by Denver tonight all over. Horrendous tackling. They just looked like they didn’t care. They got hit in the mouth early (the safety + some hard hits by the Seattle D on the 2nd drive) and never bothered hitting back.

        NFC was much tougher than the AFC this year, and that showed tonight. Not just in quality of teams, but in toughness. The top 3 NFC teams were all just TOUGH (SF, SEA, CAR), while the AFC only had CIN in that category, if anybody.

    • Johnathan Wood

      Wilson played a good game, but it’s nice to see this go to somebody besides the QB sometimes. I personally would have gone Harvin, as he made the huge play on ST and opened the offense up with a few plays early on.

      • BerwynBomber

        Yeah, Harvin would have been fine too. And hey nothing against the LB kid they gave it too. I was just pointing out how QB reputations sometime determine these game awards.

      • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

        I think Harvin made an impact, but that LB was johnny on the spot. That run-back was the dagger I think.

        He also racked up like 9 tackles, 5 solo. Glad he got it.

        Case could have been made for the pass rushers who forced those INTs.

    • Irish Sweetness

      Joe Cool remains the man. Cometh the hour, cometh the man.

  • Still a Doug Plank Fan

    NBIT…..WHEW! So, the site will be spared my attempt at football fiction. YOU on the other hand…you might want to look into Prozac before writing your lead.

    I look much forward to your piece.

    • NewBearInTown

      Posted on the last thread by mistake last night. Here it is, with a couple of minor tweeks (with a nod to Butch and Irish for the idea):

      Well that was an underwhelming Superbowl. An overshot snap for a safety on the first play of the game that was the closest the score would be before the final whistle. We saw the record set for completions in a Superbowl as well as catches by a wide receiver, and those
      were just for the losing team. We saw Troy Aikman say the last shutdown corner in the league before Richard Sherman was Dione Sanders. We saw the press box try valiantly to talk about Russell Wilson when he did nothing of note during the game except avoid being tackled by a Denver defense that couldn’t wrap up a train set for Xmas. And we saw one of the most dominating defensive performances in recent memory (though I think the Bears, Bucs and first time Ravens were all more impressive personally). But what we didn’t see, and what would have made it a real game, was the Green Bay Packers.

      The Packers SHOULD have won this year. So what happened?

      Well, it’s a conspiracy. The Green Bay has been trying for decades to get out from the shadow of the Chicago Bears. Playing the Bears is like betting $20 in a knife fight. Even if you win, you’re so beat up afterwards its not worth the trouble. Look what happened to poor Mr. Rodgers this year. And the Pack have to play the Bears twice!

      Ever since interception-gate with the replacement refs, the Pack have wanted another shot at the Seahawks so they could embarrass them on the world’s biggest stage. After forming a warm relationship with the Rothchilds (who came up with the idea to sell worthless stock to the masses) and signing a 20 year endorsement deal with State Farm insurance (Green Bay loves anything involving cows, including farms), the Pack had the money and influence to switch conferences and cities with Oakland. That way, they’d be eligible to play Seattle in the Superbowl, and they’d finally move to a city with some culture and class in the fan base.

      But it was not meant to be. Recent revelations about spying which are available to anyone with an unfiltered web connection who searches “Snowden and Asteroid Belt” nearly unearthed the Rothchild’s efforts to harness the earth’s cheese supply to power a race of human/warthog hybrids (commonly known as Packer fans) to form an unstoppable army meant to colonize Jupiter’s moons. Fearing discovery, the Rothchilds were forced to remove their influence from the NFL for most of the season (thus explaining Cleveland’s appearance of competence for a few games and the collapse of Matt Shaub).

      By the time a couple of well timed “lunar” eclipses had pulled the cheese head back over the eyes of the American public, it was too late. While the Packers were able to mount a late season surge to take the division, they would not be permitted to best the Seahawks if not on the world’s biggest stage. They trounced the Niners before allowing them a last second comeback. They would again plot their revenge the next time the Rothchilds reached the zenith of their powers (on Saturn’s next winter season).

      Until then the world was robbed of seeing Clay Matthews best Pete Carrol in a game of who’s got the best psycho-smile; of seeing Aaron Rodgers’s touchdown dance, a close approximation of the mating call of the Common Reed Frog (made famous in Jurassic Park for spontaneously changing gender); of seeing John “cannonball” Kuhn best Marshawn Lynch in a game of who can get CTE the fastest while running for less than 50 yards! And of seeing the Packers cheerleaders, the Gouda Gals (who also double as their defensive line) show the Red Hot Chili Peppers how to really get America’s attention by performing shirtless.

      • MB30SD

        Excellent

      • Still a Doug Plank Fan

        Ah yes, the Jupiter Connection. 500 blog points for revealing that once and for all, and 1000 for Gouda Gals. A damned fine payoff, NBIT. Rest easy now, sir. Your nightmare is over…

  • CanadaBear

    Well Bruno Mars was fun and uneventful. Everything he does sounds like something you’ve heard before. Oh well, at least he was energetic and the band seemed to be having fun. RHCP were the same as always. Will Ferrell plays a mean drum kit for them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

      I was disappointed the Peppers didn’t play more songs. Just one? c’mon now. At least two songs. They have so many upbeat ones.

      Bruno’s talented, for a pop guy. He can sing, dance, has style. Wasn’t lip syncing or pretending to be something he’s not (Madonna).

      Prince might still be on top of the halftime show list, but this wasn’t too shabby for NFL standards.

      • MB30SD

        I think we were all disappointed that peppers didn’t play more this year

  • MB30SD
    • johnnywad

      $219 to look like an asshole. Even the guy that’s getting paid to model it knows he looks like an asshole. You can see it all over his face. I’ll just stick to my Big Bird styled Snuggy thank you very much.

  • MB30SD
  • Irish Sweetness

    “46-10 in jeopardy. Hang on, Broncos.”

    Hold up, Jefe, didn’t Joe’s Niners hang 52-10 on the Broncos (55-10, I just googled it)?

    • Irish Sweetness

      The Halftime show for SB XXIV ?

      Pete Fountain, Doug Kershaw, Irma Thomas
      Joe Cool threw 5 TDs and Jerry caught 3 of ’em.

    • Trac

      Yeah I didn’t get that either. Fact checking on Twitter needs improvement I guess. Oh and I guess preseason does count.

  • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

    “9/11 truther disrupts Malcolm Smith’s press conference”

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/02/02/911-truther-disrupts-malcolm-smiths-press-conference/

    Irish, the floor is yours…

    • Irish Sweetness

      Glad to see not everyone has forgotten, twelve years on. Fifty years after JFK and no one gives a damn. But laying it the government’s feet…? The government have no idea what’s going in America, least of all what’s going on beneath Dulles, Wright-Patterson, Norton AF base, Indian Springs ….
      ….. but we’ll get to that.

      #FlyingSaucerReverseEngineering #Dematerialization #FreeEnergy

      • Irish Sweetness

        BTW –

        Anyone got Google Earth?

        Can you run these co-ordinates ?

        36° 48′ 07.75″ N 115° 40′ 31.94″ W

        I’m told that’s the specific areas 52 and 53 inside area 51 where the TW base is, but I’ve got babies to mind, witness testimonies to watch and tanks to kill …..

        • Irish Sweetness

          and further BTW – the Navy has had all the high land around Groom lake seized so that no longer can the intrepid explorer go up there on Wednesday nights to observe stuff (when traffic is said to be at its lowest volume and they test their saucers of the tenth fleet). You can now be shot on sight, with no discussion for entering ground belonging to Area 51 – called 51 because it is the 51st state and is outside U.S. jurisdiction. They can literally do what they want in there because it is not part of the USA constitutionally. Don’t bother asking your congressman about that, they were quick enough telling Governor Ventura to fuck right off when he went up there.

          And who hands out the Federal territories? Who owns them? You, the American citizen? Nope. The Federal reserve, who hold all Federal lands and territories and national parks, and your birth certificates in perpetuity as collateral on that loan which can never be re-paid because of the money-as-debt scam which has been in operation for 100 years now.

          And who owns/controls the banks that make up the privately-owned ‘Federal’ Reserve? Yup. The Rothschilds, owners of the Bank of England, all the gold on the planet …etc etc ad infinitum.

          Wait, there’s somebody at the door ……

          • gpldan

            Wait, there’s somebody at the door ……

            It’s Bruce Jenner. He’s homeless now that he looks like Marina Navertalova.

  • Irish Sweetness

    Oh wake up you pussies! Isn’t there ANYONE on a post-SB bender right now? It’s the friggin off-season already. I’VE BEEN WAITING !!!

    I want to talk about alien bases on the moon for chrissakes! COME OOOON !!

    • Trac

      You can’t compete with Hollywood Irish. They already have it covered.

    • Nope. See you guys around draft time.

    • MichiganBearFan

      I think as a community we need this. I know I do, because I’m not getting the right information watching Ancient Aliens. Do tell.

      • Irish Sweetness

        See? SEE? Someone wants to talk …. guys ….guys?
        Hey, I heard somebody cough! … I know you’re in here ….
        …guys ?

        • MichiganBearFan

          Moon bases!!! I need to know!
          Really any alien/government collaboration theory really gets my attention. My mom had a friend who would set us down and tell us all of these stories. She was a multiple doctorate whack-job to most people. But the way she told the tales, connected the dots, it was amazing.
          Most everything is simple truths hidden in plain sight. We are just not trained to see; and most don’t even care if they could.

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