Being an MA resident it obviously must be the Patriots.
However, I don't think it's going to be a blowout. Perhaps
similar to their last meeting with the Giants.
But my Irish Setter has been wearing her Patriots bandana
for a couple days now, and the Pats always win when she
is so adorned, so I think the Giant's fate is sealed.
I personally no longer care much for professional sport,
preferring college level. The level of play isn't as
high, but the school spirit often makes for a better
Still, after coming so far, I think it would be a shame
for the Patriots not to make history now: especially against
a 10-6 team (??) after all they've already accomplished.
Besides, I'm sick of hearing about Don Shula and the
I say to hell with 'em both! Let's get the Stoopid Bowl over with and get
on to some REAL sports like the Daytona 500 and send the Cards to Florida
fer spring training! Yup, NASCAR and baseball... like God intended!
Racin' is fun. But with all the bs that surrounds it I'm starting to lose
interest in NASCAR. I'm sooo sick of kenny wallace, jimmy spencer and mike
waltrip. Now that I'm in a area where there are tracks all over, I might
start going to Saturday night show's, that's where the real racin' happens.
Oh, as far as baseball, the Red Sox again of course.
Yada, yada, talk to us when you can beat your daughter.<VBG>
Now there is a manly sport!! I mean it, any guy that will put his balls on a
tee and beat them with a club has my admiration. And they run around in
those cute little outfits.<G>
Although Tiger has taken golf to a new level. He's unreal.
On Mon, 04 Feb 2008 09:10:57 -0800, mac davis wrote:
I dont know if i can give you that one Mac......golf may still have it in
sheer length of time....although its a close runner up or tie?
quite possibly the reason it was on at 3am? ESPN may have actually been
shocked that it had a viewer for that program!
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