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    Lawn Art-something Bob Gibson can appreciate!

    yeah, well, if we go down, we go down and bleed blue.
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    I am delighted to hear you have already resigned yourself to defeat on this occassion Allen. The muskets are ready. My boys arrived already and are in fine spirits after the pep rally of 25 000.

    So what do you see as a score.
    cheers

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    the brady bunch has a tough offense, but they lack a decent defense.
    The giants have a decent defense, but I dont trust their pass defense against brady.
    If blue can get to brady a bit, and keep him on his toes, we have a shot.
    Ofcourse, manning has to be accurate also, as I think he should pass 85% of the plays.
    Im thinking if no huge errors like fumbles on kicks and things, it should be very close and a very good battle.
    Im hoping for 27-24 giants.(I would not bet on the superbowl, other than the 10 dollar boxes)

    rob-the giants had the worst record out of all the playoff teams.
    I counted them out from the start, so this is a gift for NY fans.
    Im having around 18-20 people over sunday to watch the game in my house.
    4 foot hero, 2 trays of wings, large baked ziti, a few pizza pies, and ofcourse, tons of chips, dips, cookies, fruit, veggie platters, etc.
    My only repsonsibility is to get the beer and the ice, so Im sitty pretty.
    (I did not want to have to bbq like last week and have to spend 2 hours cooking food for everyone)
    Im going to pick up a sofa from my sons home saturday so we have a nice U shape seating and it will all be comfy sofas so noone has to sit on folding chairs.
    Lets go blue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by allen levine View Post
    ...4 foot hero...
    What a 4 foot hero might look like:



    Another version of a 4 foot hero:

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    spit my coffee on my desk, thats pretty funny.
    what do you call them out in cali? subs? hoagies?

    in every local paper, every pennysaver, every local advertiser here, every single deli, supermarket, pizzeria, bagel store, etc....is advertising superbowl specials. Some bagel places are offering blue bagels, some pizzerias blue pizza, its gonna be nuts here this weekend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by allen levine View Post
    ...what do you call them out in cali? subs? hoagies?...
    Sammiches.

    I think sub is the most prevalent name I've seen out west, although hero is used quite a bit, too. Hoagies, not so much. (Although I think mozt folks knows them by all three names.)
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    Then there's grinders and torpedoes and po' boys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Newby View Post
    Then there's grinders and torpedoes and po' boys.

    PO' Boys now that's good eaten
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    and I dont want to leave out spiedies, or whatever they call those sandwiches in binghamton ny.
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    Oh, we have some spiedies in the freezer. That along with the Christmas party meatballs. Only other thing I want are nachos. I'll be in heaven

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