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#1 Feb 05 2012 at 9:36 PM Rating: Good
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A team that is named after a state they no longer play in beat a team that does not acknowledge just a single state. The winning play was made with a butt.

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#2 Feb 05 2012 at 10:20 PM Rating: Good
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I always refer to the New Jersey Giants. I didnt see the end of the game, I was too busy watching Dowington Abbey on PBS.
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#3 Feb 05 2012 at 10:29 PM Rating: Excellent
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Watched it in nyc. Didn't have a vested interest in it, but drunk Giants pseudo-fans sure are obnoxious. Not that they're any different than any drunk pseudo fans, I suppose.

Decent game.
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#4 Feb 05 2012 at 10:34 PM Rating: Good
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The only thing I cared about concerning the Superbowl was that I had to dodge drunk rednecks on the way home. Silly handegg.
#5 Feb 05 2012 at 10:42 PM Rating: Good
Another crushing superbowl loss to the G-Men, but this one is somewhat less crushing than that last one. Tommy didn't have the best of games, but I think the Pats D played well all things considered (Only 1 "true" TD, as the last one was kinda a gimme). It was an interesting season & quite honestly, I think the NFC had the better crop of teams this year (Green Bay, New Orleans, SF). I feel bad for Houston on the AFC side, as I truly believe that if they had Schaub they would have at least made the AFC championship.

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I feel bad for Houston on the AFC side, as I truly believe that if they had Schaub they would have at least made the AFC championship.

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Please don't remind me. I've been trying not to think about it. Both the Pats and Giants looked beatable this year.

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#7 Feb 05 2012 at 11:04 PM Rating: Excellent
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I was reading a Java book during the game, and only looking up for the commercials, until the fourth quarter. Glad I started paying attention then, as that is when things got interesting.

My top three commercials:
1. Dog named Wego (Budweiser Rescue Dog Special)
2. King Elton John's Pepsi
3. Mr. Sandman and the Epic Dream (Kia Optima)

An honorable mention goes to the Audi Overweight Dog, and "Commercial That Actually Made Me Want the Product" goes to the Samsung Galaxy Note, with the stylus, that dragged all the Apple hipsters out of their lines and into a street parade.
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#8 Feb 05 2012 at 11:23 PM Rating: Good
Pfft. The Metlife one with all the classic cartoon characters took 2nd only to the car.com one with the crazy singing...head...thing.



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#9 Feb 06 2012 at 12:09 AM Rating: Good
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I feel bad for Houston on the AFC side, as I truly believe that if they had Schaub they would have at least made the AFC championship.

Balls.

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#10 Feb 06 2012 at 6:20 AM Rating: Good
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I don't care about either team, but I care less about the Pats so I'm glad the Giants won. Brady is a **** primadonna crybaby and I love to see him lose.
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Disappointing loss for the Pats. Had some hope for the Hail Mary at the end, but it wasn't to be. Both teams played well; it primarily came out to a couple of costly mistakes for the Patriots that tipped the balance.

As for commercials, none in particular stick out in my mind. I guess the "Wego" one was pretty good. I didn't like any of the Coke commercials. Most of the car commercials sucked too. Oh, the M&M one with "Sexy and I know it" was hilarious. Speaking of which, the half time show I thought was one of the better I've seen in the last few years. Too bad MIA had to flip the bird; likely won't have any "young" (pffft, like Madonna is young) half time show groups for another few years.
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#13 Feb 06 2012 at 8:06 AM Rating: Good
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Disappointing loss for the Pats. Had some hope for the Hail Mary at the end, but it wasn't to be. Both teams played well; it primarily came out to a couple of costly mistakes for the Patriots that tipped the balance.
Pretty much. The Patriots defense played about as well as anyone could have hoped, even forcing two fumbles (neither of which resulting in a turnover, though). Brady played fairly well. I think a healthy Gronk would have been enough of a difference for NE to win.
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I didnt see the end of the game, I was too busy watching Dowington Abbey on PBS.
Why would you voluntarily stop at the most interesting part?
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#15 Feb 06 2012 at 8:12 AM Rating: Excellent
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Ford is demanding that Chevy quit airing the commercial where the ford truck driver doesn't survive the apocalypse.

Something about facts and data that ford says chevy got wrong.
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#18 Feb 06 2012 at 11:38 AM Rating: Decent
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Considering where I live, I was hoping that someone would give me some shit when I went and bought a sixer of Sam Adams half an hour before the game. No one took the bait though. Didn't even cxare about the game; the season ended for me awhile ago.
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#19 Feb 06 2012 at 11:46 AM Rating: Excellent
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Decent game, 2nd half was kind of boring till the last 6 minutes or so. Commercials were weak, though I was a little moved by the Clint Eastwood 2nd half commercial. But then, I'm a fan of his, so I'm biased. The halftime show was as "meh" as I expected. I guess it wasn't horrible or anything, but I was never a big Madonna fan and I didn't have a clue who the **** any of the guests were. I guess I'm getting old.
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#20 Feb 06 2012 at 4:20 PM Rating: Good
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I was happy to see Cee Lo Green out there.
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I was happy to see Cee Lo Green out there.


Is he gay? If not, he's setting records for sequined outfits on a hetero dude.
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He's got a ways to catch up to Liberace.
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#23 Feb 06 2012 at 4:48 PM Rating: Excellent
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Is it your contention that Liberace was a hetero dude?
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Well, yeah. It was his boyfriends that were gay.
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I was happy to see Cee Lo Green out there.

He looked like some weird celestial wizard or something. At least Madonna's outfit had matte areas to break up the starscape.
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#26 Feb 06 2012 at 5:36 PM Rating: Decent
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He had his Galactus vibe going on.
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Decent game, 2nd half was kind of boring till the last 6 minutes or so. Commercials were weak, though I was a little moved by the Clint Eastwood 2nd half commercial. But then, I'm a fan of his, so I'm biased. The halftime show was as "meh" as I expected. I guess it wasn't horrible or anything, but I was never a big Madonna fan and I didn't have a clue who the **** any of the guests were. I guess I'm getting old.


I liked the Clint Eastwood commercial. I liked the etrade baby's friend doing the speed dating, wego the dog, stripping M&Ms, and the VW Darth Vader kid taking his revenge on the guy at the bar. Doritos commercials always seem to be good, I liked the granny and baby teaming up against the little boy.


As much as they were booming about that one Giant's catch near the end there, I wonder what would have happened if one of the NE players had been able to pick that last pass.
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I liked the Clint Eastwood commercial.


When I saw that my immediate reaction was something like: How the **** did they trick Clint Eastwood into doing a political ad in favor of re-electing Obama under the guise of a Detroit Auto Industry ad? Apparently, I'm not the only person who got that impression from the ad either.
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He recently said Ron Paul was as good as anyone else in the race, so I don't think he's following all that closely.
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Apparently, I'm not the only person who got that impression from the ad either.

True. ALL the conservatives were crying about it today Smiley: laugh
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Apparently, I'm not the only person who got that impression from the ad either.

True. ALL the conservatives were crying about it today Smiley: laugh


And ALL the liberals were talking about how wonderful the message was.

What's your point?
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#33 Feb 06 2012 at 9:18 PM Rating: Excellent
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How did they trick him? Is he a Republican? Seriously, I don't know.
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How did they trick him? Is he a Republican? Seriously, I don't know.


He's politically pretty quirky. I don't think he was tricked, personally, unless he has early onset Alzheimer's or something.

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He's a Republican on paper. I can't say I follow his day to day political life.

Edit: Apparently he's parted ways with the Republicans, largely over social issues.
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Clint Eastwood: I was an Eisenhower Republican when I started out at 21, because he promised to get us out of the Korean War. And over the years, I realized there was a Republican philosophy that I liked. And then they lost it. And libertarians had more of it. Because what I really believe is, Let's spend a little more time leaving everybody alone. These people who are making a big deal out of **** marriage? I don't give a fuck about who wants to get married to anybody else! Why not?! We're making a big deal out of things we shouldn't be making a deal out of.

Leonardo Dicaprio: That's the most infuriating thing—watching people focus on these things. Meanwhile, there's the onset of global warming and—

Clint Eastwood: Exactly!

Leonardo Dicaprio: —and these incredibly scary and menacing things with the future of our economy. Our relationship to the rest of the world. And here we are focusing on this?

Clint Eastwood: They go on and on with all this bullshit about "sanctity"—don't give me that sanctity crap! Just give everybody the chance to have the life they want.

Leonardo Dicaprio: It's the great diversion. Politicians are masters at getting you to be on their side so that you don't look at how big business—

Clint Eastwood: I love big business! [They both laugh.]
Clint Eastwood: I love big business if it hires everybody and does all the right things, and if they get off track then they'll have to deal with whatever—

Leonardo Dicaprio: But they often do get off track, unfortunately. See, now you've got us in a political debate!


So there ya go. Likes Big Business, thinks Republicans spend too much time worrying about butt-humping.

Edited, Feb 6th 2012 9:30pm by Jophiel
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Oh shit. This is about to turn into another fifty-page gaysex thread isn't it?? Kao, make sure Alma never sees this!
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He's politically pretty quirky. I don't think he was tricked, personally, unless he has early onset Alzheimer's or something.

Early?? He's 16 years past the diagnostic cutoff age for the early part. If he was a Cardinal, he'd be too old to vote at conclave.

Clint Eastwood is so old that his first beer was a New Milwaukee.
Clint Eastwood is so old that his social security number is 1.
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Clint Eastwood is so old that when he reminisces about the many great advances in technology that have occurred in his lifetime, he's usually talking either about the inclined plane or the discovery of fire.
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Heh, didn't know there were a slew of Clint Eastwood jokes. I like the inclined plane one. I've been really impressed that he's kept on working. Although I don't know how old he actually is, I just know he looks old. And I really liked him in his old movies. Ok, so he's almost 82.
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He looked like some weird celestial wizard or something. At least Madonna's outfit had matte areas to break up the starscape.


TBH, I wouldn't be upset if modern fashion moved into replicating some of those costumes.
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I liked the Clint Eastwood commercial.


When I saw that my immediate reaction was something like: How the **** did they trick Clint Eastwood into doing a political ad in favor of re-electing Obama under the guise of a Detroit Auto Industry ad? Apparently, I'm not the only person who got that impression from the ad either.

Do you think that anyone who's strays from the 'old-boy' republican party line has just been fooled into their political beliefs?

Have you ever considered the alternative?
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Early?? He's 16 years past the diagnostic cutoff age for the early part. If he was a Cardinal, he'd be too old to vote at conclave.


Early as in the beginning stages, not the expected age.

Silly man.
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Apparently, I'm not the only person who got that impression from the ad either.

True. ALL the conservatives were crying about it today Smiley: laugh


And ALL the liberals were talking about how wonderful the message was.

What's your point?


It was kinda funny. When I watched it, I just saw it as a car commercial tugging at people's natural tenancy to be patriots. But as soon as it was over my buddy (who is now an admitted die-hard pubbie) immediately said "There ya go, your tax dollars hard at work. That probably cost 6 or 7 million." Which made me laugh.
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When I watched it, I just saw it as a car commercial tugging at people's natural tenancy to be patriots.

That was my take on it. That (A) Chrysler was still "American" with plants in Detroit, helping make America strong (despite its ownership by Fiat) and (B) that you should by a Chrysler because you love America.

But Obama and the auto bail-out's gotten a lot of positive press from conservatives bringing this commercial up over and over so I say "keep at it" Smiley: grin
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It wasn't even that good of a commercial.
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How did they trick him? Is he a Republican? Seriously, I don't know.


He's politically pretty quirky. I don't think he was tricked, personally, unless he has early onset Alzheimer's or something.

He was totally tricked, by $$.
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Lulz at Karl Rove saying the commercial was "Chicago-style politics". I swear, these people don't even know what "Chicago-style politics" is even supposed to represent and have turned it into a hollow buzz phrase through over-use and slapping it on everything.
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"Chicago-style politics"
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Oh, great, it's 9AM and I want deep-dish pizza.

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I swear, these people don't even know what "Chicago-style politics" is
Most of those people don't even know the difference between pizzas. Expecting more is just asking for migraines.
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Lulz at Karl Rove saying the commercial was "Chicago-style politics". I swear, these people don't even know what "Chicago-style politics" is even supposed to represent and have turned it into a hollow buzz phrase through over-use and slapping it on everything.

Hah. Just for fun, a short list of other words, phrases and events that have been completely stripped of significant meaning via political blathering (I'm sure the older posters could significantly expand the list):
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