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    So did everyone wear their 3D glasses??? We had ours on. It was just ok. Nothing too great, but then again, I think 3D glasses are so cheap that it's hard to wear them and keep them on properly. But the new Pixar movie looks pretty good. "We just went to code brown. I have to go change my pants."

    My husband brought home the glasses and my 17 year old daughter said: "good thing they didn't have this when Janet Jackson's boob popped out, that would have just been even more gross."
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    Oh wow, that game was intense. I thought the Cardinals had it when they got that TD with about 3 min left on the timer. But shockingly, the Steelers pulled off the win.

    Great game, although I was rooting for the Caridnals. I actually didn't come into the SB with a favorite, but I started rooting for the Cardinals halfway when they were down 13 pts. They were the underdogs, and I almost always love the underdogs.
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    Fantastic game! I'm a Hines Ward fan so I was happy that the Steelers won. The final few minutes were INSANE (in a good way). Thoroughly enjoyed myself. That Steelers coach--is what, 36?!! Holy cow, he's so young!!!

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    I had to laugh.. I read on some MSN thing.. that this would come down to the last 45 seconds of the game.. and damned if it didnt! all I have to say now: Steeler Nation!!!! Im a happy camper now!

    I also had to laugh about all the THE Ohio State University comments.. Holmes is not my fave steeler.. that honor goes to Hines and Troy.. but he DID earn his MVP!
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    Wooo! Here We Go Steelers!!!

    That certainly was an intense game. Oh my.

    None of the commercials this year were particularly funny. The one for career builder where someone punched the koala bear was mildly amusing.
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    Amazing game!! I really thought the Cardinals played better for most of the game, but the Steelers came through in the end.

    The James Harrison interception was crazy, I was afraid he had a heart attack when he collapsed in the end zone.

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    Congrats Steelers fans...enjoy!

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    Kurt Warner--what a classy guy in his post loss interview.
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    That was a fantastic game. I'm not really into Football, but the last 2 years I have gone to a Superbowl party at my husband's boss' house and they have both been exciting games. Did anyone hear about the porn during the game incident in Tucson, Arizona? I wonder how much bru ha ha will be made about that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClosetNerd;3299925;
    That was a fantastic game. I'm not really into Football, but the last 2 years I have gone to a Superbowl party at my husband's boss' house and they have both been exciting games. Did anyone hear about the porn during the game incident in Tucson, Arizona? I wonder how much bru ha ha will be made about that.
    Judging from some comments I was reading under an article about it last night...quite a bit. It amazes me how touchy people are these days.

    Back to the game though, holy jumpins I was about to have a freakin' heart attack during that entire final drive. When Ben would throw the ball I would stop breathing until it was clear that it wasn't going to be intercepted.

    What a catch by Holmes!

    Terrible reffing on both sides of the ball. Roughing the passer on Arizona and the hold in the endzone on the Steelers was a joke. And how long did they look at that Warner "fumble" to end the game? Two seconds?

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