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    Chocolate beer?
    Next thing you know they'll try
    to put ice cubes in scotch.

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    Good Super Bowl Sunday Qsters

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    Quote Originally Posted by rock lobster View Post


    Chocolate beer?
    Next thing you know they'll try
    to put ice cubes in scotch.

    that's just a 'threat', rocky

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    Quote Originally Posted by 22hicks View Post
    I'm SOOOOO excited !!!!
    I just saw a trailer for a new movie - 'Big Miracle'

    I WAS THERE

    As a member of Greenpeace, I was flown up to a small inuit town in northern Alaska many years ago to help save 3 whales trapped by ice, 5 miles from the ocean. I was there for 2 weeks.

    I can't believe they made a movie of it, well, I guess I can, & I can't wait 2 see it !! I'll probably go tomorrow.
    The cause really touched my heart, & was one of the most wonderful experiences of my life !!
    very cool, hicks!
    it must have been AMAZING!

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    well off to the watering hole for a bit, warm up for the game, then back for chilli chesse nachos
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyredneck View Post
    well off to the watering hole for a bit, warm up for the game, then back for chilli chesse nachos
    WOW! that looks great but how many calories are in it?!!

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    some activity equivalents to superbowl intake:
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifest....html#photo=11


    Three slices of pizza topped with pepperoni, ham, beef, bacon and sausage would require 1,229 minutes of “Tebowing” to combat the calorie intake. That’s more than 20 hours of kneeling and praying.

    Crispy fried chicken is one of the worst game-day offenders. One extra crispy breast and drumstick from KFC would take 203 touchdown dances to burn off. Hopefully Sunday’s match is high-scoring.

    A mere three fried macaroni and cheese balls can pack up to 1,500 calories. Burning off these fried bites would take 249 laps down the length of a football field.

    A single deviled egg warrants 12 continuous minutes of cheerleading in order to void the calories ingested. That includes high kicks, jumps and a lot of smiling.

    One jalapeno popper, the variety made with cream cheese, Cheddar cheese and bacon, takes a full hour of performing in a marching band to minimize. That’s a lot of horn blowing.
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    Good Afternoon (are you ready for some football .....)

    We had quite the morning - there's a group from the neighbourhood who meet at a nearby school each Sunday morning for a bit of doggie fun and frolic. Oggie had been invited by a number of folks when we met them this week during our walkabouts. So, we took a peak and it was retriever central - a number of Goldens, a handful of Labs and a couple of Poodles and Golden/LabraDoodles thrown in for good measure. Oggie was in heaven and all the dogs treated him with care and respect. Then a puppy (7 mths) boxer joined the group. Apparently he was known for rough-housing as I was warned by the group as the dog approached. Boxer was very rambunctious and he continually "picked" on Oggie - very roughly and I was getting a little worried. I needn't have. My little guy held his own and showed exactly the degree of "you are so not going to pick on me" without any over-the-top aggression. The other owner stepped in but the dog immediately went back at Oggie. Again, not mean-spirited, just way too much and really rough activity. This stop/start kept on going - when it was clear that the other dog wasn't going to quit and the other owner couldn't control her dog from going after Oggie, I said to the group that maybe it was time to go and we'd try again next week. The other owner seemed to be as upset with her dog's behaviour as I was and was very gracious about it. She thought that Oggie needed a bit more time to bond with the group so she took her pup home earlier than normal. What a great group of dogs and dog owners!! Very understanding of dogs' needs and extremely considerate of others.

    Don't know who's more tired ... so, I think we'll both nap before the big game!
    Courage is not the absence of fear but acting in spite of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartgirl99 View Post
    some activity equivalents to superbowl intake:
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifest....html#photo=11


    Three slices of pizza topped with pepperoni, ham, beef, bacon and sausage would require 1,229 minutes of “Tebowing” to combat the calorie intake. That’s more than 20 hours of kneeling and praying.

    Crispy fried chicken is one of the worst game-day offenders. One extra crispy breast and drumstick from KFC would take 203 touchdown dances to burn off. Hopefully Sunday’s match is high-scoring.

    A mere three fried macaroni and cheese balls can pack up to 1,500 calories. Burning off these fried bites would take 249 laps down the length of a football field.

    A single deviled egg warrants 12 continuous minutes of cheerleading in order to void the calories ingested. That includes high kicks, jumps and a lot of smiling.

    One jalapeno popper, the variety made with cream cheese, Cheddar cheese and bacon, takes a full hour of performing in a marching band to minimize. That’s a lot of horn blowing.
    You've obviously studied this subject in depth HG.
    I'm impressed.

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    THE AVERAGE GUY AND THE SUPER BOWL (Men's Health)
    • 7.5 million: Number of Super Bowl parties held each year, more than any other at-home party
    • 141.4 million: Number of Americans who watched Super Bowl XL (nearly half the U.S. population)
    • 126 million: Number of Americans who voted in the 2004 presidential election
    • 1,200 calories: Average calorie intake during a Sunday football session
    • Potato chips: The most popular football snack, accounting for 27 billion calories and 1.8 billion grams of fat on Super Bowl Sunday alone
    • 20 percent: Increase in antacid sales on the day after the Super Bowl
    • 13,333: Number of NFL linemen, at 300 pounds each, it would take to balance the 4 million pounds of fat consumed from potato chips alone by Americans on Super Bowl Sunday
    • 10 feet: Depth to which the 43.8 million pounds of avocados consumed on Super Bowl Sunday would fill a stadium
    • 1.5 million: Number of television sets sold the week before the Super Bowl
    • 30 million: Pounds of five popular snack foods Americans consume on Super Bowl Sunday (11.2 million pounds of potato chips, 8.2 million pounds of tortilla chips, 4.3 million pounds of pretzels, 3.8 million pounds of popcorn, and 2.5 million pounds of nuts)
    • 28 percent: Increase in number of fatal heart attacks among men on days when their football team lost at home

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    start 'em young

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    Just over 2 hours until the kick off

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