There is very little traffic on Super Bowl Sunday, which makes it a great day to do other things – like cycling.
I saw some jackass go out the grocery store with like 15 cases of canned beer
What on Earth does one do with 15 cases of beer
Well the Super Bowl is about eight hours long these days.
That sn’t enough to make it to the half time “show”
RE: What on Earth does one do with 15 cases of beer
And it would be even better for you had Denver made it. 😉
Yes, I took the dogs for a great hike in the snow during the Denver-Baltimore Arctic bowl a few weeks ago. I got back just in time to watch Ray Finkle redeem himself. (I was at a bar in Maryland last year when he missed.)
Agreed. I like american football and can’t stand the superbowly hype. Occasionally the game is good, but the stuff surrounding it is always atrocious.
I have zero interest in American football. I once had a coworker startled to find out that I was happily married and very much a heterosexual. “I thought you were gay!” he said. “Why would you think that?” I asked. “Well, you don’t like football!” he responded. I wasn’t quite sure what to say so I just blurted out, “While you and your buddies are watching a bunch of grown men in tight uniforms slap each other on the ass, I’ll be in the other room humping your wife!” He got the point (and my apologies for the coarse language.)
Still, having said that, I love Super Bowl Sunday! It’s like being in one of those “last-surviving-human-on-Earth movies. I can drive around town and the streets are empty — not even cop cars. If I wanted to, I really think I could drive at 60 mph through downtown and blow through the red lights.
I like the Super Bowl. 🙂
I am glad that you guys have a life of your own and don’t need to salivate like Pavlov’s dog over a boring, media driven waste of time.
Soccer was my sport, and what ruined my knees. I used to enjoy the food and commercials on superbowl sunday, but now I avoid both, as well as the game. As Steven has said, it is a great day to get outdoors.
I finally got back out on the pitch and played yesterday after six weeks of winter ice and snow. It was wicked fun. .
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