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(USA Today)   In its never-ending quest to reach the bottom of the well, the NFL is having Madonna perform at the Super Bowl halftime show   ( divider line
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2011-10-04 07:36:47 AM  
How about a fat chick sihtting in a bucket for 30minutes? I'd like to see that.
2011-10-04 09:44:22 AM  

fireclown: Buckethead (Jump Man, Night Of The Slunk, Nottingham Lace, and out. Audience wouldn't know what hit 'em)

Nice. I would have him do Checkerboard Incision for an encore.
2011-10-04 10:03:49 AM  
Good! More time to spend watching the Puppy Bowl!
2011-10-04 12:40:33 PM  
How about a Republican debate for halftime?

/seems like there's one every week
//not that I care, watching Puppy Bowl with Kitty halftime show
2011-10-04 03:48:19 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: Considering that ABC is still letting Hank Williams Jr. intro Monday Night Football, Madonna must seem positively fresh by comparison.

Actually, that's in doubt. (new window)
2011-10-04 04:20:24 PM  
Since the Vikings will never make it to the Super Bowl, you could always book Chris Kluwe's band.
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