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(WTKR)   Nine-year-old to present the game ball at the Super Bowl, try to avoid being eaten by Marshawn Lynch   (wtkr.com) divider line 30
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2014-01-24 10:04:42 AM
That's a mistranslation.  The Beast eats candy, not small children.
http://www.nfljapan.com/streaming/20140121-4147.html
 
2014-01-24 10:23:42 AM
I bet Richard Sherman finds a way to take the attention off this kid and put it squarely where it belongs... on Richard Sherman
 
2014-01-24 10:27:16 AM

jpo2269: I bet Richard Sherman finds a way to take the attention off this kid and put it squarely where it belongs... on Richard Sherman


That took one more post than I expected.

6/10
 
2014-01-24 10:36:51 AM
Well, she will be until Roger Goodell moves the game to Monday and she has to go to school instead and Bruno Mars ends up doing it.
 
2014-01-24 10:39:15 AM
I had the over/under on the Sherman threadjack at 15, obviously that was wrong.

This thread will be around 200 posts by this afternoon with the usual Seahawk "fans" jerking themselves off.
 
2014-01-24 10:47:23 AM

LessO2: I had the over/under on the Sherman threadjack at 15, obviously that was wrong.

This thread will be around 200 posts by this afternoon with the usual Seahawk "fans" jerking themselves off.


Part of the problem. You.
 
2014-01-24 11:05:35 AM
They're trying their best to wussy up this Super Bowl. Bruno Mars at halftime. An opera singer for the National Anthem and now some eating-right essay winner.
 
2014-01-24 11:18:29 AM

Cletus C.: They're trying their best to wussy up this Super Bowl. Bruno Mars at halftime. An opera singer for the National Anthem and now some eating-right essay winner.


Personally, I'm kinda interested in hearing Mars and the Chili Peppers together.
 
2014-01-24 11:19:26 AM

LessO2: I had the over/under on the Sherman threadjack at 15, obviously that was wrong.

This thread will be around 200 posts by this afternoon with the usual Seahawk "fans" jerking themselves off.


I love that you're so farking bitter.
 
2014-01-24 11:44:12 AM

Cletus C.: They're trying their best to wussy up this Super Bowl. Bruno Mars at halftime. An opera singer for the National Anthem and now some eating-right essay winner.



Would it kill them to get AC/DC or KISS to play at a Super Bowl?  Yeesh.
 
2014-01-24 11:56:17 AM

LessO2: I had the over/under on the Sherman threadjack at 15, obviously that was wrong.

This thread will be around 200 posts by this afternoon with the usual Seahawk "fans" jerking themselves off.


i22.photobucket.com
 
2014-01-24 12:03:33 PM
I'd be a little more worried about 'Pot Roast' Knighton.
 
2014-01-24 12:19:17 PM

The_Sponge: Cletus C.: They're trying their best to wussy up this Super Bowl. Bruno Mars at halftime. An opera singer for the National Anthem and now some eating-right essay winner.


Would it kill them to get AC/DC or KISS to play at a Super Bowl?  Yeesh.


The thing with the superbowl is that it has a very wide audience that had preferences that covers all types of music. They can not just get a single rock artist and expect everyone to be happy. Hell, they felt that Bruno was too niche and brought in the chili peppers at the last minute to appease the rock crowd. So yes it would be a bad idea to bring in bands like ACDC because it alienates a big portion if the fan base.
 
2014-01-24 12:19:35 PM

BMulligan: Cletus C.: They're trying their best to wussy up this Super Bowl. Bruno Mars at halftime. An opera singer for the National Anthem and now some eating-right essay winner.

Personally, I'm kinda interested in hearing Mars and the Chili Peppers together.


The Politics Tab troll/threadshiatter aside, I think it would have been more amusing if they'd gotten The Police, since Bruno sounds a lot like Sting when he sings a couple of his songs.

/and screw the haters; Mars will be entertaining, which is more than we can say for the overwhelming majority of those Baby Boomer relics that plagued the post-Nipplegate Era.
 
2014-01-24 12:25:32 PM

CipollinaFan: The_Sponge: Cletus C.: They're trying their best to wussy up this Super Bowl. Bruno Mars at halftime. An opera singer for the National Anthem and now some eating-right essay winner.


Would it kill them to get AC/DC or KISS to play at a Super Bowl?  Yeesh.

The thing with the superbowl is that it has a very wide audience that had preferences that covers all types of music. They can not just get a single rock artist and expect everyone to be happy. Hell, they felt that Bruno was too niche and brought in the chili peppers at the last minute to appease the rock crowd. So yes it would be a bad idea to bring in bands like ACDC because it alienates a big portion if the fan base.



Hmmmmmm.

So how about AC/DC and Ray Parker Jr.?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jiH1wNmZTII

/I keed.
//But majority of NFL fans know that the Super Bowl isn't exactly a "fan experience".
 
2014-01-24 12:27:15 PM
I thought Prince was amazing.
Tom Petty was good.
Springsteen and the Who were crap.

I didn't bother to watch Madonna or Beyonce
 
2014-01-24 12:27:50 PM
Meh....the last good halftime show was Prince.

Which gives me an idea:

For next year's Pro Bowl, make Prince and Morris Day the head coaches....can't be any worse that the shiat show that will take place this weekend.
 
2014-01-24 12:30:12 PM

UNC_Samurai: I think it would have been more amusing if they'd gotten The Police, since Bruno sounds a lot like Sting when he sings a couple of his songs.


He does. That's true. But these days I would hate to see the Police embarrass themselves in front of a huge TV audience. When I saw them in 1980 they were amazing. When I saw them in 1981, they were still pretty good. When I saw them in - what was it, 2011? - they were flaccid and pathetic.
 
2014-01-24 12:31:49 PM

UNC_Samurai: BMulligan: Cletus C.: They're trying their best to wussy up this Super Bowl. Bruno Mars at halftime. An opera singer for the National Anthem and now some eating-right essay winner.

Personally, I'm kinda interested in hearing Mars and the Chili Peppers together.

The Politics Tab troll/threadshiatter aside, I think it would have been more amusing if they'd gotten The Police, since Bruno sounds a lot like Sting when he sings a couple of his songs.

/and screw the haters; Mars will be entertaining, which is more than we can say for the overwhelming majority of those Baby Boomer relics that plagued the post-Nipplegate Era.


You do seem like the sensitive sort.
 
2014-01-24 12:32:44 PM
Cip:

Although its been done before, you should totally make a video where you break out into tears and demand people leave poor Richard alone...

jamiedubs.com
 
2014-01-24 12:44:12 PM
My vote for halftime performers goes to Celine Dion and Kenny G.
 
2014-01-24 12:53:36 PM

umad: My vote for halftime performers goes to Celine Dion and Kenny G.



GAH!
 
2014-01-24 01:05:55 PM
Halftime shows should incorporate famous musicians/singers from the cities represented in the game.

So for this SB:

Mackelmore and.....er.....um....John Denver?  He's available, right?
 
2014-01-24 01:54:46 PM

The_Sponge: Halftime shows should incorporate famous musicians/singers from the cities represented in the game.

So for this SB:

Mackelmore and.....er.....um....John Denver?  He's available, right?


Available in the sense that he's not terribly busy, I guess.
 
2014-01-24 04:52:30 PM

The_Sponge: Halftime shows should incorporate famous musicians/singers from the cities represented in the game.

So for this SB:

Mackelmore and.....er.....um....John Denver?  He's available, right?


He's playing for the fishes. Or at least some of him.
 
2014-01-24 05:02:36 PM
Things sure have changed since the days when you got college marching bands and Andy Williams at halftime.  The generation gap used to mean something, dammit!
 
2014-01-24 10:10:19 PM

jpo2269: I bet Richard Sherman finds a way to take the attention off this kid and put it squarely where it belongs... on Richard Sherman


Yeah, its Richard Sherman's fault the media is still talking about him four days after he told the media to stop talking about him.
 
2014-01-24 11:26:43 PM

CipollinaFan: The thing with the superbowl is that it has a very wide audience that had preferences that covers all types of music. They can not just get a single rock artist and expect everyone to be happy. Hell, they felt that Bruno was too niche and brought in the chili peppers at the last minute to appease the rock crowd. So yes it would be a bad idea to bring in bands like ACDC because it alienates a big portion if the fan base.


So you're afraid AC/DC might alienate NFL football's fanbase -- who are predominantly white middle class males -- but you weren't afraid of that happening with Beyonce, Prince or Madonna?
 
2014-01-25 12:05:46 AM
Weird Al. Needs to happen!!!
 
2014-01-25 01:47:24 PM

Ishkur: CipollinaFan: The thing with the superbowl is that it has a very wide audience that had preferences that covers all types of music. They can not just get a single rock artist and expect everyone to be happy. Hell, they felt that Bruno was too niche and brought in the chili peppers at the last minute to appease the rock crowd. So yes it would be a bad idea to bring in bands like ACDC because it alienates a big portion if the fan base.

So you're afraid AC/DC might alienate NFL football's fanbase -- who are predominantly white middle class males -- but you weren't afraid of that happening with Beyonce, Prince or Madonna?


Taima: Weird Al. Needs to happen!!!


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