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A short note about tonight’s Superbowl to the fine people of Cleveland, Ohio

I don't care who wins tonight as long as the Ravens lose.

1 comment to A short note about tonight’s Superbowl to the fine people of Cleveland, Ohio

  • drillanwr

    Reposting from my comments I made the other day and today in Facebook friends' statuses regarding same:

    Well, the Ravens are the kidnapped Cleveland Browns. And the 9-ers are owned by the snooty rich family down the road aways from me, and the 'sister' is the mother of 2 of the girls my older daughter (Sara) coached in volleyball at a local Catholic high school 8 yrs ago and would get bitched at because she wouldn't 'just play them' because the rich family gave the school so much money...

    So, I'm popping in a movie.

    #############################################

    Unless Mike takes the TV remote off me. He just made me order the pizza and wing special at the local shop and he's off on the icy rioads to seek out beer at the drive-thru.

    Either way, TV life doesn't start for another week until "The Walking Dead" returns next Sunday.