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#1 Feb 03 2013 at 3:55 PM Rating: Excellent
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Woo! soup bowl! I call suprise upset dolphins show up and lock the 49ers in theri locker room and win even though they aren't in the bowl of soup this year!
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#2 Feb 03 2013 at 4:18 PM Rating: Good
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Are you drunk? Smiley: dubious
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Woo! soup bowl! I call suprise upset dolphins show up and lock the 49ers in theri locker room and win even though they aren't in the bowl of soup this year!



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I personally hate all the pageantry just to show commercials.
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Are therer manyness dolphins in the avengers?
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Dread Lörd Kaolian wrote:
Are therer manyness dolphins in the avengers?

What is this I don't even
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Are therer manyness dolphins in the avengers?

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Sorry about the power outage. I rebooted both of my upstairs computers just after half time. That and shutting off the new orleans power grid for no apperent reason.
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It just meant more drinking, so yay.
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I just figured that after Beyonce's booty shaking, the massive uploads of video from cell phones caused an inverse polar reaction to the power grid which overheated the system. Naturally after 20 minutes of confusion they found the first IT guy available who replied "Have you tried turning the system off and back on again?"

Obviously you saw the result.
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The half-time dance was pretty fun to watch. I predict that Beyonce's psyche will never recover and she'll end up wackier than Jacko.

It was nice that she allowed Destinies Child to get their 36.5 seconds in the spot light.
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I just figured that after Beyonce's booty shaking, the massive uploads of video from cell phones caused an inverse polar reaction to the power grid which overheated the system. Naturally after 20 minutes of confusion they found the first IT guy available who replied "Have you tried turning the system off and back on again?"

Obviously you saw the result.





They should have listened to Samuel L. Jackson.
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As a male, I found Beyonce's show rather boner inducing. As a responsible citizen, I didn't find it any more particularly family oriented than the JJ debacle. Beyonce is sexy as hell and she put on a good show, but with all the hip gyrating and ass pumping, I hardly think it was appropriate for the superbowl.
Good thing I'm not one of those uptight suburbanites who complains to their congressman about every potential violation of my "family values".
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I turned the game on during the blackout (there's a phrase you don't hear everyday); and said something about how this power thing looks like it's more exciting than the game had been to that point. Also, no-call is good call. Too many tinfoil hats would have been put on if they threw a flag in the end zone and San Fran ended up taking the lead on a subsequent play.
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I asked this on FB, but nobody responded. I noticed several plays during the last scoring drive for SanFran during which the player took the ball out of bounds, but when everybody lined up and the play clock started ticking, the game clock was ticking right along side it.

Was that a serious @#%^ up that benefitted the Ravens, or did NFL rules change regarding game clock stoppage out of bounds? San Fran could have really used what seemed to be at least 20-30 seconds I watched tick off the clock over about 5-6 plays on that drive.
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I thought the clock started once play resumed, not after the snap. But I know @#%^all about football so whatever.
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I thought the clock started once play resumed, not after the snap. But I know @#%^all about football so whatever.

I guess I'm more used to paying attention during the 2 minute play, in which the rules are definitely different.

(a) Whenever a runner goes out of bounds on a play from scrimmage, the game clock is started when
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Good thing I'm not one of those uptight suburbanites who complains to their congressman about every potential violation of my "family values".
So =4 gets it instead. Smiley: rolleyes

I saw nothing to offend the family in her performance. Football, however, promotes brain damage.
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Good thing I'm not one of those uptight suburbanites who complains to their congressman about every potential violation of my "family values".
So =4 gets it instead. Smiley: rolleyes

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Professional football players are already hideous freaks of nature. I can't imagine any of them living normal lives anyway.
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There were commercials about some webpage that describes how they're making the game safer, and all I could think during them is "Why the hell would I want it safer for them?" Like Nascar, I watch it for the life altering/ending injuries/accidents.
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#24 Feb 04 2013 at 11:00 AM Rating: Good
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(3) inside the last five minutes of the second half


Most of the plays I would assume you're referring to had the runner down before they went Out of bounds.

And I heard that Ray Lewis killed the lights.

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Most of the plays I would assume you're referring to had the runner down before they went Out of bounds.


Not at all, but I'm not sure if the game clock was in the last 5 minutes or not, so that may be the difference.
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Football, however, promotes brain damage.

Professional football players are already hideous freaks of nature. I can't imagine any of them living normal lives anyway.

Oh, I thought she was talking about the spectators. Or is that just for us Jets fans?
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Professional football players are already hideous freaks of nature. I can't imagine any of them living normal lives anyway.

Oh, I thought she was talking about the spectators. Or is that just for us Jets fans?
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Professional football players are already hideous freaks of nature. I can't imagine any of them living normal lives anyway.

Not if they're wearing them ass-tight pants around for too long.

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Hold on. us Jets fans? You admit to being a Jets fan? You're either brave or shameless to admit that with the gong show they've got over there.
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As a male, I found Beyonce's show rather boner inducing. As a responsible citizen, I didn't find it any more particularly family oriented than the JJ debacle. Beyonce is sexy as hell and she put on a good show, but with all the hip gyrating and ass pumping, I hardly think it was appropriate for the superbowl.


I don't know if I'd say she's sexy as hell. Somewhat attractive and trying too hard might be a better description. But then again, given the apparent horribleness of her song lyrics (are all her songs basically repeating a handful of words over and over?), she kinda doesn't have anything else going for her. This was arguably the worst halftime show I've seen pretty much ever. Boring. Monotonous. After the first 20 seconds of hip gyration, it was like "Ok. Does she do anything else?". Apparently not.

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Good thing I'm not one of those uptight suburbanites who complains to their congressman about every potential violation of my "family values".
So =4 gets it instead. Smiley: rolleyes

Is there a better place to discuss pointless moral values while fantasizing about women in skimpy outfits?

If so, share plz. Smiley: flowers
I'm so sorry if this is the only place you all have for that.

I'll try and be accommodating. Smiley: nod

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As a male, I found Beyonce's show rather boner inducing. As a responsible citizen, I didn't find it any more particularly family oriented than the JJ debacle. Beyonce is sexy as hell and she put on a good show, but with all the hip gyrating and ass pumping, I hardly think it was appropriate for the superbowl.


I don't know if I'd say she's sexy as hell. Somewhat attractive and trying too hard might be a better description. But then again, given the apparent horribleness of her song lyrics (are all her songs basically repeating a handful of words over and over?), she kinda doesn't have anything else going for her. This was arguably the worst halftime show I've seen pretty much ever. Boring. Monotonous. After the first 20 seconds of hip gyration, it was like "Ok. Does she do anything else?". Apparently not.

Edited, Feb 4th 2013 1:49pm by gbaji

The special effects were good. I liked the fire that spread into the two faces at the beginning and the way they used lights to enhance the dancing stuffs. The music was rather blah, but the grandstand at the Superbowl is not really the place to get into meaningful lyrics. Madonna's music was better (and she can sing), but all-in-all I liked this show better.



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I'm not even asking for meaningful lyrics. Just lyrics. Or even interesting music. Normally, artists show up with a medley of their best and/or most popular songs. While I'm clearly not a Beyonce fan, I'd expect to at least be able to recognize some difference between one song and another. Maybe it was just poor sound work, but I couldn't even make out lyrics at all. Just seemed like a mumble that all sounded the same. It was pretty bad. No. It was really really bad.
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Actually, some of their stuff has a bit more depth to it than most give them credit for. Corey Taylor can write a damn good song if he wants to.
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To be fair a football stadium isn't the best venue to display one's vocal talents, and given all the hub-bub about the fact that she lip-synched the National Anthem for the inaguration, there was no way she wasn't going to do that show live. I won't argue with you regarding the songwriting, most pop songs are rubbish as to the poetry of the lyrics anyways. However, the gal has a hell of a singing voice and as to her looks, there's no question that she's freakishly attractive.

But that's ok gbaji, we all know you hate the brown people.
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#38 Feb 04 2013 at 5:33 PM Rating: Excellent
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Hold on. us Jets fans? You admit to being a Jets fan? You're either brave or shameless to admit that with the gong show they've got over there.

Always have been, always will be. I still remember my Mark Gastineau tee-shirt.

Sometimes things have to get really, really bad before they get better. Hopefully after next year they'll bounce Fatty and his Dumbcat offense, get rid of a QB and finish rebuilding.
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Actually, some of their stuff has a bit more depth to it than most give them credit for. Corey Taylor can write a damn good song if he wants to.
Too bad about all the gimmicky crap. I'd rather see a Lamb Of God Superbowl halftime show. Assuming Randy Blythe isn't in some Czech prison for the next couple years anyway.

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The thing that made Beyonce's performance for me, and many folks my age, was the sudden appearance of the rest of Destiny's Child. They were the formative vocal group of my teenage years.

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I had no Idea who they were until either Stewart or Colbert (I forget who) joked about them being contest winners on Monday's episode.
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Well, that's not really a bad description of them.
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They did this song:

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I spent the performance telling my son "I'm pretty sure those other two were from some trio Beyoncé used to be with... umm... uhh... erm... uh.... [seconds before performance in over]... Destiny's Child!!"

To which I was rewarded with a "That's great, old man" look. Ah, well. At least I didn't say Salt-N-Peppa.
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The thing that made Beyonce's performance for me, and many folks my age, was the sudden appearance of the rest of Destiny's Child. They were the formative vocal group of my teenage years.


I think that was part of the problem though. If you already have an performer with a niche following to begin with, and you're going to introduce another surprise performer(s) to create buzz and appeal, perhaps going with someone who isn't basically in the same niche following would be a good idea. For the probably 60% of superbowl viewers (and I'm probably being kind to Beyonce with that number) who had only heard of Beyonce by name and couldn't recognize any of her songs, tossing out her former bandmates doesn't actually add anything to the show. If you're going to do that sort of thing, do it cross genre so you actually increase the viewer interest in the show.
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I've never used my penis to fire a rifle, but it sounds like it'd be painful.
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Good to see I'm not the only one who read it that way. We are a sad sad lot.
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