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Who is going to watch the Super Bowl?

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Who is going to watch the Superbowl?

http://www.nfl.com/superbowl/43

 

I definitely will be watching the Halftime show with Bruce Springsteen:

http://www.nfl.com/superbowl/43/events/halftime-show

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I will. Prepping food now! Got some wings going, nachos and dip, and pigs in a blanket!!! Let's go CARDINALS!

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Not watching it at all, or ever. Just edited some songs, etc., and now surfing the web, later will play some race car video games.

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Watching it, and for some reason I want Arizona to win. I don't really care though.

 

AJ

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like andavari, iam not watching it..rather, iam online..later ill be doing some house chores. then play some vid games later

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Wow!

 

100 yard run back on an interception.

 

That's a SuperBowl record that can't be beat and very hard to tie.

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Wow!

 

100 yard run back on an interception.

 

That's a SuperBowl record that can't be beat and very hard to tie.

 

The ball did not cross the plane before he was down. I'm very upset about that call :(

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I've never watched a sports game in my life, and rarely ever watch tv either.

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The ball did not cross the plane before he was down. I'm very upset about that call :(

 

He wasn't down. His legs were on L. Fitzgerald, and he didn't touch the ground until he was in.

 

AJ

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I've never watched a sports game in my life, and rarely ever watch tv either.
do you have a life? :mellow:<_<:huh::lol: j/k

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That was a nail biter unlike other games were they were too one sided.

 

I'm sad that the Steelers won again with the close score 27 to 23 in the last minutes but I enjoyed Bruce Springsteen.

 

I know someone that does not have a TV but they read constantly.

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do you have a life? :mellow:<_<:huh::lol: j/k

 

 

lol......i just don't get entertained by tv, and i am very active physically, always have been, just never got into watching sports....i can see why people like them, most of my friends watch em, but for whatever reason they just don't hold my interest......probably if i had to watch one, it would be ufc because its over quick, and i do like boxing and grappling so that might be interesting. :)

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That was a nail biter unlike other games were they were too one sided.

 

I'm sad that the Steelers won again with the close score 27 to 23 in the last minutes but I enjoyed Bruce Springsteen.

 

I know someone that does not have a TV but they read constantly.

 

When i was younger i used to read all the time. I ac tually have hundreds and hundreds of books kicking around here (my wife is always trying to get me to part with them but i just cant seem to!)....But with my career, kids, the house, school, hitting the gym, etc.....i really just don't have time to read a whole lot anymore...:(

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Empire keeping the citizens happy. ;)

 

Gimme a good science/anything doco here and I'll actually get off the pc to watch it. :P

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Empire keeping the citizens happy. ;)

 

Gimme a good science/anything doco here and I'll actually get off the pc to watch it. :P

I mostly watch Discovery, PBS, TVO and CBC newsnet for background noise but always switch over to the Comedy channel for The Simpsons followed by King of the Hill.

 

I still have my collections of Isaac Asimov, Arthur Clark, Jean M. Auel, Marianne Wiliamson and Philip Jose Farmer but I lost my favorite Childhood's End as I probably loaned it to someone.

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My favorite book of all time is LOTR. I've read it a ton of times (and seen the cartoons, the play, etc.....).

 

A great vampire book that I loved is "A Taste Of Blood Wine" by Freda Warrington. It's set in 1925 England and is the best vampire book that I have ever read. It's the first of a trilogy, but can be read alone. The next two are ok, but don't hold a candle to the first one.........

 

In health and fitness related area, my favorite book is "Body For Life" by Bill Phillips. Awesome book, awesome program. 12 weeks of strict diet and training gets you in fantastic shape and positive frame of mind. Really positive program which I recommend to everyone, and I've turned a lot of people onto the program.

 

Another great read is "It's Not About The Bike" by Lance Armstrong. Very inspirational to read his story.

 

Just a few of my personal favorites. :)

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I'm still mourning the death of my favourite author, David Gemmel. I've read every book he wrote, and most of them a few times.

 

His wife is taking up the reins, and I'm looking forward to her first solo effort. Good luck to her, but I don't think even she could write in the same style.

 

Sometimes you pick up a book, and the writer immediately, and absolutely, holds your attention and interest. I've never found another author in the same genre to be able to do that.

 

Ah well, it's probably time to start with his first book again. ;)

 

 

Edit: I've read two of Lance Armstrongs books, and they were both exellent reads. Being an ex Bike Racer (amateur), I appreciate all the more what he achieved.

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One of my favorite books is Stranger in a Strange Land and I read the old version first back in the '70s on the recommendation of friends and picked up the updated release in the early '90s as soon as I heard about it from my hippie friends:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stranger_in_a_Strange_Land

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Yeah David Gemmel was a great author and I enjoyed a few of his books many many years ago too...........

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Favourite author is P G Wodehouse. He wrote around 100 books. I've been collecting him now,in all editions, for some time. I've read most, some several times.

 

The finest comic writer in the language.

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