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#1 Dec 30 2013 at 1:50 PM Rating: Excellent
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I've got my ticket to the Seahawks' first game, assuming I can talk the wife in letting me out of the house for the day. We're working on a variety of bribes and whatnot in compensation, and negotiations look hopeful at this point.

Of the possible opponents I find myself fearing Green Bay the most. Them being the only one of the 3 possible teams (SF, GB, NO) that have played us close at home over the last couple of years. So much for hoping the Bears or Lions would stumble their way to the playoffs. Smiley: frown

They say it's our year if we can do it, and wow I hope they're right, we might not get another chance for a while. Next year's schedule looks grueling already. Smiley: frown

Edited, Dec 30th 2013 11:50am by someproteinguy
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Forget negotiating, just stab her with a ceramic squirrel.
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Speaking of "stumbling into the playoffs". Um... Go Chargers! Or something like that.
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I'd say I was the most sorry for the Steelers, who had to sit through the final minutes of that game, and that lengthy ensuing overtime period, knowing some impossible series of cards had already fallen their way, and this was the last thing that needed to happen for them to make their miraculous appearance in the post-season. Having the dream almost be real, over and over again...

But I can't. Smiley: grin
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someproteinguy wrote:


They say it's our year if we can do it,
Also, it's always in the last place you look.


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#7 Dec 31 2013 at 8:46 AM Rating: Good
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It is very unfortunate that the Saints did not get home field advantage. It will be rough going for us, especially if we end up back in Seattle Smiley: frown.
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Oh hey, the Pats are in the playoffs again.
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Cant believe the Eagles are in the playoffs. They were projected at the start of the season around here at a .500 club at best. Im so happy that they beat the Cowgirls to win the NFC east and send them home. The look on Jerry Jones face was priceless.

Go Birds!!!
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#10 Dec 31 2013 at 2:52 PM Rating: Excellent
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Vataro wrote:
It is very unfortunate that the Saints did not get home field advantage. It will be rough going for us, especially if we end up back in Seattle Smiley: frown.
If it helps, we'd love to have you visit. Smiley: smile

But really for all the road woes it's not like Philly is great at home thankfully, it sounds better on paper than trying to go visit Green Bay this time of year at least.
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#11 Jan 02 2014 at 3:56 PM Rating: Good
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someproteinguy wrote:
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It is very unfortunate that the Saints did not get home field advantage. It will be rough going for us, especially if we end up back in Seattle Smiley: frown.
If it helps, we'd love to have you visit. Smiley: smile

But really for all the road woes it's not like Philly is great at home thankfully, it sounds better on paper than trying to go visit Green Bay this time of year at least.


Very true, but at the same time it's supposed to be very cold at the very least, and we are not very good in the cold, much less in snow if there is any.
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Vataro wrote:
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It is very unfortunate that the Saints did not get home field advantage. It will be rough going for us, especially if we end up back in Seattle Smiley: frown.
If it helps, we'd love to have you visit. Smiley: smile

But really for all the road woes it's not like Philly is great at home thankfully, it sounds better on paper than trying to go visit Green Bay this time of year at least.


Very true, but at the same time it's supposed to be very cold at the very least, and we are not very good in the cold, much less in snow if there is any.
Grats, we'll see ya next week. Smiley: wink
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#13 Jan 13 2014 at 9:56 AM Rating: Excellent
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Can't speak, voice is all but gone, and a little bit of a cold on top of that. Consequences of standing out in the driving rain with 68,000 other people for hours it seems.

Awesome fun though, you can forget how much energy there be in a stadium. All happy to win and move on, moving up from last year and such. That being said I wish we weren't so turtle happy. I get the concept behind the whole "keeping everything in front of you" scheme, but it burned us in Atlanta last year, and there were some dreadful flashbacks this past game. Thank goodness Marques Colston can neither tell time or pass the ball. Smiley: rolleyes

Were going to have to play a heck of a lot better next week. If Carolina comes to town I don't care so much if we win or lose, but SF, there's some bad blood there.
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I was really hoping SD would win. I felt a little better about the prospect of them coming to Foxboro than I do about NE going to Denver.
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Payton vs. Manning round XV, with all the usual hype. Smiley: lol

Scary thing about that is Denver found a defense somewhere in a back pocket or something last game. The thought of having a defense with that kind of top-teir QB? Sends some chills down the spine.
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Payton vs. Manning round XV, with all the usual hype. Smiley: lol


Um.... Brady

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Scary thing about that is Denver found a defense somewhere in a back pocket or something last game. The thought of having a defense with that kind of top-teir QB? Sends some chills down the spine.


Not really. Michaels was gimpy and SD didn't adjust their game accordingly (continued trying to build a power run game long after it should have been obvious it wasn't working). If SD had come out with a more pass focused game (or even pass/run balanced) out of the gate, that game would have had a completely different ending. SD was successful at slowing down the Denver offense, but not at stopping it. Which would have been more than sufficient to win if they'd been able to put points on the **** board in the first 3/4ths of the game.


Brady isn't going to have the same issues IMO. I still give the advantage to Denver, but not by much.
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Payton vs. Manning round XV, with all the usual hype. Smiley: lol


Um.... Brady


Smiley: um

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#18 Jan 19 2014 at 9:16 PM Rating: Excellent
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Horrible officiating, that's all I'll say.

I don't feel so bad about the fumble at the endzone we kept, given we coughed it up the next play anyway, not a game changer thank goodness. The 15 yard penalty that wasn't though, that's the kind of thing that takes a kicker out for a game, not cool to miss that. Seahawks scoring a TD on the ensuing drive just rubs salt on it.

Oh well, guess I can't complain too much. Interception to end the game off a Sherman tip was a storybook ending. Some ugly Kaepernick passes towards the end.
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There were enough turn overs and missed opportunities that the officiating didn't lose it for them.
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No for sure, out of the 4-5 questionable calls nothing ended up causing a huge difference (thank goodness!). That lack-of-a-15 yarder on the punter stands out, but there was still a lot of yardage left to pound through if the 49ers keep the call, no for sure points at least. The goal-line "fumble" or whatever it was, that could of been ugly if the Seahawks punch it in on 4th down, but that really turned out better for the 49ers anyway. Having the ball on the 10ish instead of the 1ish and such.

Looking forward to watching the best offense in the league play the best defense in the league. Smiley: grin

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I mean, the officiating was quite bad. As you said though, Kaepernick was determined to lose anyway with some of those passes. That end play by Sherman was awesome though, and his post-game comment was hilarious.

That being said, I'll continue rooting against the Seahawks in the SB because I'm still bitter about our two losses.
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And we now have a superbowl controversy on our hands, and not one that involves whether or not Richard Sherman is an ***. Family was one of the winners of the team lottery among season ticket holders, and we can purchase 2 tickets to the superbowl. Funny thing is there's about 7 or 8 of us that rotate through 5 seats normally, so choosing which 2 people go might be fun, or not.

We're still deciding what to do...
Pass on the opportunity, and not spend $3,200.:0 (0.0%)
Stay home and resell the tickets for an easy $5-6,000.:6 (75.0%)
Cage Deathmatch to decide who goes.:2 (25.0%)
Some other less reasonable choice.:0 (%)
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The Superbowl won't even be good this year. Sell the tickets and watch the game from home.
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I think the killer if nothing else will be the horror stories about the traffic (My parents view a car on the road ahead of them as a "bad traffic" day), and the cost of lodging. Besides doubling your money in a week by simply reselling the ticket?

That's kinda tough to pass up. Smiley: lol
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I think the killer if nothing else will be the horror stories about the traffic (My parents view a car on the road ahead of them as a "bad traffic" day), and the cost of lodging. Besides doubling your money in a week by simply reselling the ticket?

That's kinda tough to pass up. Smiley: lol

Yeah the traffic in that area is already bad enough, i mean its between Philly and NYC. It gets nasty traffic, and the cost of a hotel that weekend will be crazy expensive if not already booked up.
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Tell the wife you're off to Joisey but then sell the game ticket and go to NYC for a couple days.







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Cage deathmatch, sell tickets anyway.
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I don't know Steve personally, but he sounds like an upstanding, god-fearing fellow.

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The following letter has been posted on alternative news sites over the past couple of days. Since the letter was first posted a couple of days ago a man has come forward to say that he had a vision on January 7th detailing a similar attack involving the Superbowl. Please take this to the Lord in prayer and ask that it not be allowed.

The Treason Bowl February 2, 2014 at the Meadowlands Sports Complex
Hello,
For reasons soon to be obvious to you, I will not introduce myself, nor any of the others who have contributed to this notification. We have been involved with the construction and operation of the new MetLife Stadium at the Meadowlands Sports Complex. Some of our involvement precedes the groundbreaking, and some of our involvement is current.
From here on, I will refer to the upcoming Super Bowl as the “Treason Bowl”.
From the start, from design stages, plans have been made for the stadium, and the American Dream Meadowlands complex, to host a well-planned false flag event, so grand that one would think it was planned in the offices of Josef Goebbles himself. This has been in the works for at least six years.
The highlight of this treason will be the world-wide live television coverage of this abomination of civilization. This promotion of fear and horror is hoped to inspire the masses of the world to willfully submit to the eradication of rights given to us by God.
In the very design of the stadium, spots were planned for the placement of bombs, not to immediately kill the stadium guests, but to entrap the guests. The bomb placements are for the creation of choke points to control the movement of the guests.
Remember, the highlight is the international live broadcast of desperate human suffering. It will first be answered by military-ized police and thug-like New Jersey state police, but to ONLY be resolved by US Army troops from Ft. Dix.
The fix is in; racketeering at its finest hour.
You may notice that the New Jersey State Police Sports Complex Unit has a noticeable high percentage of troopers that are very big, look like thugs, and we assure you – act like thugs. Seven of us have witnessed experiences with them, with varying degrees of rudeness, misery and disgust. There are traitors within this local state police force who will be enabling the apparent foreigners, in the stadium and in the whole complex. It has been harder for us to be exact with numbers of US federal agents in on the false flag fix, but we have confirmed they to be from DHS, NSA, FBI and Blackwater.
For the Treason Bowl, there may be as many as 11 armed “foreign terrorists” in the stadium itself, being another 8 of them in the rest of the complex, including Meadowlands Station.
A heavier-than-air poison gas will be brought in with the C02 canisters that are used by soft drink vendors. It will not be a quick killer as chlorine gas, but rather a gas that causes more physical contortions and suffering, for high-impact live video. This heavier-than-air poison will first target the field level, most notably the athletes on the field. Specific placement of bombs will insure that no one leaves the field level, ala the closed choke points.
False flag Islamic demands will be posted for the release of “freedom fighters” in Guantanamo, but primarily for the exit of U.S. forces from Afghanistan.
For those of you who haven’t figured it out yet, about the extensively drawn out Afghan occupation by a supposedly mighty military (with untold hundreds of billions of dollars worth of military resources AND high-tech intelligence resources), against an out- manned (and out-gunned) rebel alliance with a mysterious decade-plus bottomless supply of resources -> it’s all about the three pipelines – the now-complete Caspian Sea oil and natural gas pipelines to China and points in between, and the heroin pipeline to developed countries in the west, especially our country. The continuing vagueness of the Afghan occupation should be as obvious as the nose on your face, and should consume your curiosity. The lot of us here are amazed how this realization escapes the most of you. Of course our senses are heightened on this matter, having learned for the past 6 years of the pending evil and doom of the 2014 Treason Bowl.
There were scattered warnings before the successful treasonous coup de tat of Sept 11. The warnings were not heeded, mostly because such a display of treason wasn’t so believable at the time, as much as it is believable now. After that event, those previous warnings were given the status as if they came from the Bellevue nut ward, even though the event itself showed the warnings to be very accurate.
An aside here: one of us has a relative who was one of the many NYFD officers who heard the meticulous floor-by-floor demolition explosives in the World Trade Towers.
The obvious, but never to be explained, breakdown of the tax-payer-financed multi- hundred-billion-dollar-a-year U.S intelligence community is well underway, again.
You must recognize that treasonous orchestrations of such grand scale can only be accomplished with the bottomless pockets of intel agencies, with secrecy as their ally.
Rest assured that “treason” is the correct word for the event. The former military explosives experts of contractor Blackwater will be placing the bombs.
We’re told that the FBI is complete with the fabrication of evidence.
(This reminds me of the NY State Trooper C evidence-fabricating scandal. This time it’s federal, with NJ state police help, and much bigger targets.)
DHS gumshoes have covertly infested the operations of the whole complex, supplying reports as to the progress of the logistics of this fabulous false flag murder fest, and hoping to identify any Meadowlands Complex workers who may be getting savvy to the treasonous ploy of federal agencies, and subversive NJ state police.
The daily security of Met Life Stadium currently is **** retentive and far beyond what our contemporaries at other sports arenas have reported in their facilities.
Specific state police officers are tasked to enable the alleged “terrorists” to their assigned placement for the horrendous and sinister festivities in the first half of the third quarter, when this conspiracy theory will no longer be a theory.
DHS appears to be the overall planners and coordinators, while drawing upon the resources of other federal groups, especially the NSA. The NSA seems to have the planned psychological blueprint for the multiple-day death, horror and hostage event. Psychological operations have been part of their original mission since 1952, to counter the brainwashing of Korean War captives. NSA has always done psycho activities, and blamed the CIA for most of it.
Our hope here is that the Treason Bowl could be abated per this warning. Much depends on high-visibility circulation of this warning. Just the same, you may want to cheer for your favorite team to lose in the conference finals, in triple overtime of course. (end)

Prophetic vision of a similar event sent into Steve Quayle's website
Hi Steve,
My wife and I were just reading with much curiosity your post about the Super Bowl 2014 false flag event letter that was sent to Before It’s News and other news site. The Super Bowl has been quite a topic of conversation for us in the last couple of weeks because on January 7 the Lord gave me a picture of the event and what may come to pass. I really wasn’t sure what to make of it honestly, but so much of what is written in that letter resembles what I saw.
Here is a transcript of what I wrote on January 7 in my journal. I also scanned the page and attached it to the email so you can see that I really did receive a picture on that day.
Superbowl 2014
As in all Super Bowls, there are interesting accidents and disclosures.
Janet Jackson. Beyoncé.
But be careful about calling everything a conspiracy, what is only smoke and mirrors.
However, this Super Bowl will be different.
Do you see the picture I am giving you?
Helicopters flying overhead.
Panic in the bleachers.
A mysterious fog released into the air.
On such a cold night!
Now do you see the explosions?
Look at the date of the game: 2/2/14.
The vans parked outside.
Mass hysteria.
Men in backpacks, as in the Boston bombings.
The same players.
The Dark Knight.
The explosion of something–a missile?–entering the stadium from above, through the dome.
Many will die.
For a time the location of the president will be unknown.
These things I have shown you so that you might know that the time is getting short.
The day of the LORD is at hand.
Destruction and chaos resound.
There is mayhem in the marketplace.
But always remember that those who call upon the name of the LORD shall be saved.
{End of vision}
I emailed Dave Hodges and Nathan Leal about the Super Bowl a couple of weeks ago. Dave Hodges reminded me that there is a movie called Black Sunday about a terrorist attack that takes place during a Super Bowl. I am sure there is other Illuminist symbolism here for the trained eye. I would love to know if the LORD has given any prophetic words/visions to anyone else, or if anyone has any more insight/intel as to what might be going on. I guess we will know soon enough on February 2. In the meantime I suggest we all be praying fervently that any plans in the making would be thwarted by the King of Kings and His body of prayer warriors and soldiers who are willing to stand with Him in this late hour.
Thanks Steve. I appreciate you and love hearing your radio messages, particularly the recent ones you have been doing with Pastor Langford on the Hagmann report.


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Oh boy, a free trip to the Super Bowl. Sweet.
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God hates Jersey.


It's true.

Side note: my brother laughed at me for quite a while yesterday because I called the Super Bowl the "World Series Cup"

Stupid sports.
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Who doesn't?
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Who doesn't?
Well someone made money building all those roads.
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But somehow she loves skee ball.
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someproteinguy wrote:
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God hates Jersey.
Who doesn't?
Well someone made money building all those roads.


Ugh. Our major highways (or all the major highways I ever find myself taking) have pretty much all been under construction for a solid 4-6+ years now.

Really fun.
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Side note: my brother laughed at me for quite a while yesterday because I called the Super Bowl the "World Series Cup"

Stupid sports.
Just how *** are you?
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I COULDN'T REMEMBER AND THAT SEEMED LIKE A FULLY ACCEPTABLE SUBSTITUTE.

The only redeeming quality of football is butts.
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How hard is it to remember "super bowl"? And you can watch rugby instead, it's basically the same sport but more entertaining and they wear tight shirts instead of tight pants.
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Oh, there is a very special place in my heart for rugby players. Smiley: inlove

And bowl is such a weird word.
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
I COULDN'T REMEMBER AND THAT SEEMED LIKE A FULLY ACCEPTABLE SUBSTITUTE.

The only redeeming quality of football is butts.

Smiley: nod

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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
And bowl is such a weird word.
Clearly the name has it's origins in the workings of the anti-plate movement. Have to keep these things in the correct historical context.
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Well, bowls ARE the superior mechanism for food delivery.
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They don't look half as good as a nicely made up plate of food though.
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You need the wide and shallow bowls, best of both worlds; sporks have nothing on them.

Edited, Jan 27th 2014 1:11pm by someproteinguy
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
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Spoonless wrote:
someproteinguy wrote:
God hates Jersey.
Who doesn't?
Well someone made money building all those roads.


Ugh. Our major highways (or all the major highways I ever find myself taking) have pretty much all been under construction for a solid 4-6+ years now.

Really fun.


Richard Sherman wrote:
New Jersey has been great. It's a nice city.


Smiley: lol
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#48 Jan 28 2014 at 12:10 PM Rating: Good
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someproteinguy wrote:
idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
someproteinguy wrote:
Spoonless wrote:
someproteinguy wrote:
God hates Jersey.
Who doesn't?
Well someone made money building all those roads.


Ugh. Our major highways (or all the major highways I ever find myself taking) have pretty much all been under construction for a solid 4-6+ years now.

Really fun.


Richard Sherman wrote:
New Jersey has been great. It's a nice city.


Smiley: lol


Lol, pretty much, yeah.
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#49 Jan 28 2014 at 12:13 PM Rating: Good
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Well, bowls ARE the superior mechanism for food delivery.
Coffee, both regular and melted ice cream variety, as well.
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#50 Jan 28 2014 at 1:33 PM Rating: Good
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someproteinguy wrote:
And we now have a superbowl controversy on our hands,
[/poll]

So what's the decision?

Are you going to be the Zam rep to the Superbowl?
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#51 Jan 28 2014 at 1:39 PM Rating: Excellent
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Elinda wrote:
someproteinguy wrote:
And we now have a superbowl controversy on our hands,
[/poll]

So what's the decision?

Are you going to be the Zam rep to the Superbowl?
Mom won the cage fight without even stepping into the ring. She's going and taking one of her girlfriends. They cashed in some airline miles, have friends to stay with, and all that stuff.

Got it all planned out suspiciously quickly... Smiley: lol

Smiley: tinfoilhat
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