Sunday, February 06, 2011

SUPER BOWL SUNDAY NEWS FROM NOWHERE

Welcome to Super Bowl Sunday and another edition of News from Nowhere! I am going to try and cram as much as I can into this half-time as I can.

So after a snow-filled week in Dallas-Fort Worth the Super Bowl is on, and the big news is that Christina Aguilera flubbed the national anthem.

Also, I notice people are still mourning over the lack of cheerleaders at the Super Bowl.

With Green Bay in the Super Bowl, found an interesting article on what might have been if the Portsmouth Spartans had stayed put and not moved to Detroit. (Maybe Detroit would have ended up with a better team, hee hee hee.)

Should Pittsburgh come back from a 21-10 deficit and force this Super Bowl to go to overtime, new league rules for OT go into effect.

In other news, the chaos has continued in Egypt but talks are now on between the government and opposition, and there may be an attempt to restore some sanity to the place. We'll see if it works. Meanwhile the journos have been under siege and Anderson Cooper is now reporting from a safe, undisclosed location.

The second half is now on, so that will have to be all for now.

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