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3rd Feb 2013, 23:41
AUDI, Kiss da tall hot body, get black eye

OREO, whisper in the Library

VW, dees wicked I, meena soda, bussa gut...

Can't watch the game, my guys haven't warmed up yet......

ALOHA, bear

3rd Feb 2013, 23:50
Yeah, after that last play, toast.

4th Feb 2013, 03:49
Dooree-does....always on. :ok:
Go-Gaddy....hurl worthy boy girl effects. :yuk:

USPS....$3.8 million wasted tax dollars. :ugh:

4th Feb 2013, 15:42
Tee Hee


4th Feb 2013, 16:15
Hi City...

Go Daddy.... To be effective, an ad has to create the possibility of suspension of "disbelief". They missed it.

the AUDI commercial was a good sell...

Bar Rafaele? The Nerd? And the creepy audio? I don't think the ad succeeded, at any level......

I did not appreciate the sell out at the end of the Jeep and Farmer ad.

The SF giants taught all Bay Area people one thing, and long ago,

"Wait'll next year"...

Kaepernick is a freak of nature.....


4th Feb 2013, 16:30
CoF wrote:

USPS....$3.8 million wasted tax dollars

Um, isn't the USPS a total waste of tax dollars in general? I think it is.

4th Feb 2013, 16:31
"Wait'll next year"...

Go Steelers!

4th Feb 2013, 16:43
Now that Cowher is gone, I can root for Steelers again.

What a cluck.

The best small league?

SF, Pittsburgh, Green Bay, Seattle, New Orleans, and Atlanta.

Is Ryan Leaf back in prison?

4th Feb 2013, 16:50

As a Pittsburgh Steeler fan since 1968 I take umbrage (how's that for a word) with your comment concerning Mr. Cowher.

I think Mike Tomlin is doing a very good job all things considered. And in 5 seasons as head coach of the Steelers he already has as many Super Bowl rings as Cowher did in 15 seasons: 1.

don't get me wrong as I do miss Bill Cowher. But Tomlin is a damn fine head coach. (It's just in choosing his other coaches which is questionable.)

PS: are you going to tell this man he's a "cluck"?!!!!!


4th Feb 2013, 17:05
I did not say or imply he was a poor coach....

On TV, he seems quite Cluckish.....

I fear no coach. That is why I did not make the big league in Football...

I have skills, and played a pretty accomplished Right Guard....

I tend to talk back. So I ended up a swimmer. We had intellectual coaches who cared about medals, not courtesy.


4th Feb 2013, 17:09
I agree, Lyman. Bill Cowher does not belong in the broadcast booth. He belongs on the field still. Coaching a football team.
Preferably the Pittsburgh Steelers.


4th Feb 2013, 17:12
If Go Daddy's intent was to be talked about, they succeeded. Today, there's hope for nerds everywhere. That said, it put me right off my supper and it established what Bar Rafaele will do for money.

Interesting call, the Safety at the end.

The 109 run-back record should have stood. I know it was 108, but Jesus, give it to the guy.

And the lights going out? What a laugh. It did give the network more commercial time though.

Tops for Doritos. Got my goat it did. :ok:


4th Feb 2013, 17:15
Cowher would not have directed that gaze at me, had I played for him. I would have gathered, glared back, and gotten cut.


honestly? he does not strike me as someone who would brawl.

I could have played for Ditka.....

4th Feb 2013, 17:17

It is of my not so humble opinion that Bar Refaeli can do whatever the f**k she wants for money. She can do no wrong. And is living proof that God likes men. (Why else would God give us men such a gift?!!!!)


4th Feb 2013, 17:25
Bar Rafaele is wordless definition for the appeal of Jennifer Anniston, Diane Lane, Sharon Stone, etc.

And all other blonde gorgeous hard bodies.

Brooklyn Dekker, Kate Upton.......

self confidence, attitude, nice hair, and........girl bumps

4th Feb 2013, 17:32
Lyman wrote Diane Lane.

Yum. Yum.

4th Feb 2013, 19:02
The only reason I could suffer Richard Gere in a movie. (Or Olivier Martinez)

"The Unfaithful"

Or Dermot Mulroney

"Must Love Dogs"

Milo Minderbinder
4th Feb 2013, 19:42
My only thoughts after watching a small part of the Super Bowl last night was that the players all looked like rejects from "The Village People"

So Gay

4th Feb 2013, 19:46
I must admit that the padding they wear does make me laugh.

It was a good game though.

4th Feb 2013, 22:43
It was an interesting game, with tidal surges, but there was quite a bit of sloppy play, and an early manifestation of the "let's start a fight right in front of the refs" stupidity.

The networks more or less got what they wanted, the Comish got mostly what he wanted (a watchable game) and the Harbaugh parents got what they wanted: one of their boys won a superbowl.

Hells, naughty pix, but I chortled, I did.

Best ad? I liked the one with the Joe Montana shaped stain on the Niner's jersey.

Cracked me up.

5th Feb 2013, 02:05
When the lights went out I was convinced they were all going to get in yellow school buses and finish the game in Houston.

5th Feb 2013, 02:16
Heckuva job, mayor Nagin...

Um... lifting...
5th Feb 2013, 03:26
I refuse to watch.

The Colts are from Baltimore.
The Rams are from L.A.
The Raiders are from Oakland and never left.
The Browns are from Cleveland and never left.
The Cardinals are from St. Louis.
The Oilers are from Houston.
There is no such thing as the Titans, or the Panthers, or the Jaguars, or the Texans. I will accept the Seahawks and the Buccaneers, just as long as they remain cellar dwellers like the Chiefs, who know their place and keep to it.

Just because some jackass in the marketing department says it's so doesn't make it so.

5th Feb 2013, 13:28
How the f**k do you lose the Lombardy trophy?

Seems the Ravens were partying a little bit too hardy Sunday night and lost track of the Super Bowl trophy and its location.

It was "found" last night.

Just for that little stunt the Ravens should hand the trophy over to the 49ers. Butt holes.

5th Feb 2013, 14:46
RG, they are professional football players, not rocket scientists, and not accountants. They "have people" who handle the small stuff, like ornaments for the office. Obviously, one of the flunkies messed up. :p

PS: Lombardi. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vince_Lombardi)

Lombardy is, in the English language, a place that the Lombards came from. The Lombards (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lombards) (a bit before Carol) were a Germanic tribe who ruled Italy during parts of the Dark Ages, whereas Vince Lombardi is very much a son of Italian immigrants to the US of A. Also a region of Italy derived from the Middle Ages political divisions (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Italy_1000_AD.svg).

In Italy, of course, the region where "Lombards" came from is called Longobardia, because the Lombards were Longobards (Latin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latin_language): Langobardī, Italian Longobardi) on account of their long scabards for their swords.

Or something like that. :p

PPS: by the way, Lombardi's parents were from Salerno. Salerno isn't as important a port as Naples, though it was an important port for the Benevento region of Italy, which is where a lot of Lombards settled centuries and centuries ago. Odds are his parents birth names were Longobardi and they "Anglicized" it when they crossed the pond.