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Monday, February 8, 2010

Well dey ran through the briars an' 'ey ran through the brambles...

And dey ran ol' Peyton down a rabbit hole.
They ran so fas' 'at the Colts couldn't catch 'em.
And dat how N'yawlins won the Super Bowl.
Hut, 2, 3, 4... whoo haa...way to go Saints!

14 comments:

Bob Newland said...

Yawn.

Bill Fleming said...

Not a football guy, Bob? Or just a Colts fan.

Bob Newland said...

You were talkin' football?

Bill Fleming said...

Yep. That was a great game. Did you watch it?

Bob Newland said...

Was there a game? I musta been watching "Law and Order." That's a great show. Tells about a cop department and a prosecutor who care about justice. Total fantasy. Takes my breath.

Bill Fleming said...

Do they do interceptions and on side kickoffs? End zone juggling acts? I'm tellin' ya Bob, this was one great football game, Mon. And the underdogs not only won, they kicked righteous ass!

Bill Fleming said...

... holy smokes, my wireless mouse just went nuts.

Bob Newland said...

Nah. All they do is keep the world safe for the cocktail party.

Bill Fleming said...

Oh yeah, you also missed the geriatric Roger Daltry and Peter Townsend half-time Who-dunnit. Pretty funny. Still jumping around like maniacs. Gotta love that piece o' bidness.

Michael Sanborn said...

It was an excellent game for those of us who follow football. I'm not a Colts fan, but until yesterday, I felt Manning was the best qb in football.

I am a San Diego fan, and the sting of having Brees (whom San Diego traded to New Orleans) perform so well makes me question my loyalties to the Chargers -- Darren Sproles notwithstanding.

Bill Fleming said...

Starting with the balls-to-the-walls onside kick, the New Orleans quarterback but together one of the most impeccable marches to the end zone I've ever seen. Flawless. That's the way to win football games, man.

Michael Sanborn said...

It was a pleasure to watch new and daring strategies to an old game. The onside kick to start the second half was absolutely out-of-the-box thinking and proved to be very effective, not too mention, damned fun to watch.

aaron said...

lol, bob 'yawns' at the superbowl, and watches law and order instead.

Bill Fleming said...

aaron, I don't think Bob was watching L&O either.