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  Posted: 05-Feb-2006, 05:59 PM
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1. Where did you watch it?
2. Who did you watch it with?
3. What kind of food was there?

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1. My parents' house as I am housesitting this weekend.
2. No one.
3. Beer (Miller Genuine Draft), Spicy Nacho Doritos and a individual pizza at halftime.


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My answers:

1. At work
2. No one.
3. Some subway and a coke

I lead an exciting life! ha!


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1. Not watching

2. No one else here

3. Waiting for steak at dinner

I have NEVER watched a super what-ever-it-is and don't plan on starting today!
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The commercials were not very good.

The best one was for the Sprint Music Store, where the guy is demonstrating what songs he has for different occasions. The second guy tells then tells the first "Your couch is on fire" and then you hear the "Benny Hill" theme biggrin.gif .
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1. At home
2. With my youngest son (17)
3. Diet Rite and Cheese. Boy, we need to do some serious work on our snackage!


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  Posted: 06-Feb-2006, 02:12 AM
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QUOTE (haynes9 @ 05-Feb-2006, 10:31 PM)
1. At home
2. With my youngest son (17)
3. Diet Rite and Cheese. Boy, we need to do some serious work on our snackage!

You do know that in grocery stores, the next aisle over from the pop aisle is where they put the chips and salsa biggrin.gif ...
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OK, first order of business.

WAY TO GO STEELERS!!!! WAY TO GO!!! WOO HOO!!!!!

OK, back to earth. Not a pretty win, but it was a win. Whew. Finally, one for the thumb.

1. At home
2. Family. Three Steeler fan children. One Ravens fan child, who cheered on the Steelers. One very envious Browns fan husband who civily watched the game.
3. KFC, wings, pizza, chips and dip, Doritos, popcorn, assorted pop and iced tea (which kept getting spilled on the floor)

Best commercials - the revolving 'magic' fridge. The Clydsdale colt 'pulling' the wagon and the Oh the Places You'll Go into. Seems there's another I can't remember. But, whatever happened to the great commercials of the good old days?


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1. At my friend's apartment.

2. Me, my friend, and my girlfriend.

3. Spinach dip, homemade bread, guac, chips, pizza.

Best commercials were the magic fridge, the little clidsdale, the streaker sheep, the hiding of budlight at the office, and the sprint crime deterrent.


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1. At home

2. partially with my husband - he was for the Steelers - I rooted for the Seahawks - even though we both are core Patriots fans. I watched mostly in the bedroom while he was in the livingroom. Was jumping back and forth from Biography Channel (Midsummer Murders and Sherlock Holmes - to the Game).

3. I had Potatoe sticks, oninonrings and crackers - husband had Chips and dip and Wings. (I couldn't stand the smell of thoso wings - another reason I was in another room).


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We ate barbecued chicken. I had a few Panamanian Guinnesses while doing the barbecue thing then switched to Ron Abuelo and grapefruit juice to keep my blood alchol level elevated during the game.

Ended up talking to a friend of mine in Pma City by phone when I noticed how tardy the Rolling Stones were in making their way out to the stage. They must have gotten their walkers all tangled up.

The international version doesn't have any good commercials so missed all of that.

But, Thank God the Steelers won. I understand the Seahawks and the people
of Seattle were sacrificing small children and animals to heathen gods. Looks like they've been stymied in their evil desires now.

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Oh yeah, by the way, that was Superbowl XL.

You see, obviously there was a reason to learn those pesky Roman Numerals aside from being able to ascertain when movies were copyrighted.

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Posted: 06-Feb-2006, 02:16 PM
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Missed the whole thing due to Sunday evening commitments.

Would have watched it with my lovly wife Arminta and eaten Grilled soy cheese sandwiches on whole wheat with the soy cheese liberally sprinkled with pickeled Jalepenos

After dinner Hors Devours of Giant blue nacho chips with home made Pico De Gayo

and washed the whole thing down with NA Guiness and dark chocolate semi sweet Hershie's kisses.

Glad the Steelers won BTW

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I didn't quite see those penalty's that were called. Even in the replay's I didnt see why they called them and they weren't small penalties that were imposed either.



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1. Where did you watch it? On the South Side, about smack between Mt. Oliver and Carson St. Helluva view.

2. Who did you watch it with? ...the Golden Hoarde. There were family members, friends, neighbors, neighbors' friends, everyone's kids, *their* friends...

3. What kind of food was there? Good lord honey...we started cooking last Tuesday. Um...lessee...halupki, haluski, brats, kielbasa, hot dogs, sauerkraut, baked beans, rigatoni, Italian beef, chili, ham, turkey, about a dozen kinds of salads, every kind of cracker and chip known to man with anything you can shovel with it into your mouth...beer, wines, meads, cordials, and everything carbonated. Oh, and coffee.

Then some of us went down to Carson Street to celebrate. Woot...helluva party.


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No Super Bowl commercial will ever come close to this one...

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