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What are people doing for the Super Bowl this year?

I plan to make homemade pizza (I've recruited a few victims to sample it), down some vodka, and witness a fine Patriots victory.

I don't normally drink vodka, but the husband makes a fine citrusy vodka-based drink that is both delicious and potent.

Anyone doing anything interesting? Unusual traditions? Recipes? Bets?


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I hide under my bed until it's all over! :lol: Just not a sports fan.


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My family lives in the Valley and my dad was telling me last night some people are offering their homes up for a $1,000 a night! The Super Bowel has traditionally been the most over-hyped, anti-climatic, four hours of boredom anyone could have on a Sunday afternoon.

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Puppy bowl? :P

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(ps: we are watching wrestling, since everyone's upset that the Giants beat the packers :help: )

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My family lives in the Valley and my dad was telling me last night some people are offering their homes up for a $1,000 a night! The Super Bowel has traditionally been the most over-hyped, anti-climatic, four hours of boredom anyone could have on a Sunday afternoon.

Yeah, I've seen a lot of advertisements from people trying to cash in on all the visitors. I'm interested to know if they've had any success! I guess you'd think that someone with enough clout to get a ticket would be able to afford a hotel room somewhere, there's no shortage.

Da husband and I went to a Mexican soccer game at the new stadium last year, a friendly between America and Chivas. It's a nice stadium but nothing special.

I'm not a huge football fan, but I do like the spectacle of the Super Bowl. It's so over the top and seems to get more so every year.

I've watched a couple of Super Bowl games on TV while in England. It was fun--we got Bud (which I don't really like) and pizza, and stayed up all night to watch it. They have Americans announcing the game and doing the color commentary, but not the same ones who do it for the U.S. broadcast. The announcers take a sort of explanatory approach while calling the game, and--this is like, so weird!--the measurements are in metric! Like, height and weight and stuff. What is this, the apocalypse?!!

:blush:

I hide under my bed until it's all over! :lol: Just not a sports fan.

At least come out for the vodka!


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My family lives in the Valley and my dad was telling me last night some people are offering their homes up for a $1,000 a night! The Super Bowel has traditionally been the most over-hyped, anti-climatic, four hours of boredom anyone could have on a Sunday afternoon.

Yeah, I've seen a lot of advertisements from people trying to cash in on all the visitors. I'm interested to know if they've had any success! I guess you'd think that someone with enough clout to get a ticket would be able to afford a hotel room somewhere, there's no shortage.

Da husband and I went to a Mexican soccer game at the new stadium last year, a friendly between America and Chivas. It's a nice stadium but nothing special.

I'm not a huge football fan, but I do like the spectacle of the Super Bowl. It's so over the top and seems to get more so every year.

I've watched a couple of Super Bowl games on TV while in England. It was fun--we got Bud (which I don't really like) and pizza, and stayed up all night to watch it. They have Americans announcing the game and doing the color commentary, but not the same ones who do it for the U.S. broadcast. The announcers take a sort of explanatory approach while calling the game, and--this is like, so weird!--the measurements are in metric! Like, height and weight and stuff. What is this, the apocalypse?!!

:blush:

Well that's where the real fun is - the festivities. It's just too bad that it's wrapped in a big wad of cash.

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I'm going for the food & drink.

And to watch Tom Brady hopefully get hurt further. :devil:

Now, that's not nice.


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May 5, 2006: Interview at Phoenix district office. Approval pending FBI background check clearance. AOS finally approved almost two years later: February 14, 2008.

Received 10-year green card February 28, 2008

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Hmm...I'm not sure what Joyce is up to. I'm sure she'd respond if you asked her in the Joyce Dimension (aka thread).

No doubt she'll be at a smashing party with tubas and pastels.

:-)


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Received 10-year green card February 28, 2008

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drinking a few Buds...watching the game..

seriously, i heard through a shitty vm..that my son may be home anyway now...have not seen him for 18 months..and last time i talked to him was march..when he was sent somewhere with 20 trainees,,,be great to watch the game with him


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