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40 minutes ago, Chrisaaron1023 said:
  1. lol nobody is here

 

I'm here but off and on since the NFL still sucks if the Pats win this game. My fiance is watching the game somewhere with his buddies. I am shopping for makeup online and giving myself a pedicure. 

 

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Just now, Jules said:

 

I'm here but off and on since the NFL still sucks if the Pats win this game. My fiance is watching the game somewhere with his buddies. I am shopping for makeup online and giving myself a pedicure. 

 

We be rewatching the NDWBB game here in just a little bit 

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Just now, PrincetonTiger said:

Is it me or are the commercials bad

 

Yeah, I've been unimpressed so far.

 

And Bud Light I think is really overdoing it with Dilly Dilly, which I never found to be a great commercial in the first place.

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Just now, Valpo2004 said:

Don't buy that after what happened to the Falcons last year

 

Falcons are notorious chokers though.

 

Hey the Pats might still win but you know.......it's a long game and all. I just don't sweat NFL games anymore as much.

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1 minute ago, buffalo34 said:

Why is it that Brady's throwing these wobbly balls and they're still falling right into wide open receivers?

 

And Cooks will be fine, he'll be back and then make a heroic catch at the end of the game.

Peyton's passes at the end of his career were pretty wobbly too

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1 minute ago, buffalo34 said:

 

Yeah, I've been unimpressed so far.

 

And Bud Light I think is really overdoing it with Dilly Dilly, which I never found to be a great commercial in the first place.

There is a Car Dealer in the Tri-State that has started running a Deally Deally Ad

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