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Who wins the SuperBowl
New England Patriots
71%
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New York Giants
28%
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  Darth Skuldren
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I'm actually glad the underdogs won. I was kind of sick about hearing the absolute certainty of a Patriots win. Too bad I didn't bet any money on the game.
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I don't care about the Super Bowl but I do care about the Prince Caspian trailer
they showed. FNAFA!
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Reepicheep, i saw it too. And I agree, it was awesome.

However, most of those trailers were really bad. They made no sense, and were really pointless.
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I didn't watch the Superbowl.... I'm not really interested in that. Every year I have to route for the Seahawks just because they're my Dad's favorite team.... lol.


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Oh, I wasn't really, watching it, I was doing math homework, but just in the room to humor my football-crazed family. Laughing
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Darth Judicar wrote:
Reepicheep, i saw it too. And I agree, it was awesome.

However, most of those trailers were really bad. They made no sense, and were really pointless.


You know how much it costs for those trailers to air during the superbowl? That's probably why they lacked in information.
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Agreed, it's alot, but still . . . their messages were very hard to come across. You can make a short commercial that still makes sense. I think they're trying too hard to be clever that they lose their message.
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I would agree Darth Judicar. Ironic isn't it that the advertisers were so clever this year that the advertisements ended up making less sense than the advertisements of previous years (while probably spending more money this year for the 30 seconds of screen time)? Go figure.Rolling Eyes


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Darth Judicar wrote:
Oh, I wasn't really, watching it, I was doing math homework, but just in the room to humor my football-crazed family. Laughing


Ha, ha, that's awesome, Darth Judicar. I didnt realy watch the superbowl either.
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I watched it, and I thought it was a great game. Really bored me through the first two quarters, and most of the way through the third. But when the Giants finally started coming back...it was great!
I wanted to cheer for the Patriots to begin with, but because they cheated, I just couldn't. Besides, if anybody I knew found out I wasn't cheering for Eli (seeing as he's a Manning), I would be dead. So I suppose I cheered for the Giants. I'm glad they won.
Quick question: what's your opinion of the FOX robot dude? I know the general consensus is either you love him, or you hate him like everything. So...was just wondering the different sentiments. Smile
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I loved it when the Terminators were picking on him Very Happy Other than that, I don't have an opinion on him since I don't watch much football except for he looks like a Transformer that can't...transform.
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I think he's okay. He would be better if he didn't repeat the same animation over and over. They may make him better next year. The Super Bowl version was pretty good.


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I really like him. Did you know they're making an action figure? Check him out: http://www.mwctoys.com/REVIEW_011408a.htm. His name is Cleatus (it's an awful name, I think). And I do wish he'd do more antics than what he does, but I think he's pretty cool.

Edit: Oh, and if you'll notice the Bossk figure he's compared to at the bottom. Smile
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