It is that time of the year...super bowl sunday....not a huge football fan these days...last team I kinda followed was the Washington Red Skins back in the early 1970's under Joe Gibbs reign this year I will be working a long day, usually sundays I get a good 4 hr shift but the store is expecting huge sales because of the super bowl and I get to work an 8 hr day..more money for me.more ID's to check for beer sales....dont have to check Id's for potato chips
I could care less about Super Bowl. I just watch for the commercials and the half time show. Getting sick of the half time concerts featuring folks who should be collecting a SS check. Even if they are good.
SIDEBAR: Can't stand Bouncy. However, I must admit she will be bringing what has been missing in the half time shows - glamour & bootylicious dancing.
It was a pretty good game, it was on in the morning here, so I taped it and just finished watching it. The coolest part was the 36 minute blackout. Bouncy (will have to remember that Nana!) is not my favorite, but she certainly put on a good show. It looked like SF (who I have hated since their dominance in the 80s but figured I would give a break since they hadn't been there in 18 years) was going to pull it off.
Lots of firsts, too. You probably heard them all though.
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