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Thread: The Super Bowl: Who watched and who didn't?

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    The Super Bowl: Who watched and who didn't?

    I heard a hundred million people watched the Super Bowl.

    Did you?

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    Every play. Great game, exciting finish.

    PHM

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    You bet! A few tense moments, and a finish that was hard to believe. Could well have been the best Super Bowl game ever. But what were they thinking with that halftime show? Weird/bad/ugly all rolled into one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Zona View Post
    I heard a hundred million people watched the Super Bowl.

    Did you?
    I doubt you will see that many votes from this website

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    The halftime show was over done and all flash.

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    Nope.
    I lost all interest in football when Art Modell snuk out of town with the Browns years ago.
    After a few "footballess" Sundays it occurred to me that there was life outside of watching a bunch of overpaid players run around for the benefit of overpaid owners.
    Haven't looked back since.
    My granddad always said, :As one door closes, another opens".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Thompson View Post
    The halftime show was over done and all flash.
    Isn't that what it's supposed to be? I thought the technology they used to make the ground basically a giant screen was awesome, same thing they do at Cavs games but on a much bigger scale.

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    My 11 year old daughter watched it, and was very into it. I couldn't bring myself to be interested. I have to wonder if that's the intended demographic presentation.

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    Great game to the end.

    Half time is a good time to get something to eat....

    Commercials were supposed par but the Budweiser commercial with the dog was very good...Does not make me want to drink one. Most time I can not figure out why the commercial makes me want to buy a product.

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    Who won?
    The significant problems we encounter cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Hale View Post
    Who won?
    The networks selling ad space at $9 million per minute were the clear winners.

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    For the dog loving creekers:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xAsjRRMMg_Q

    To me the best of the super bowl commercials by far.

    PHM

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    Wait a minute !! The game was on LAST night?

    I thought it was tonight.

    DId I miss anything important?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kent A Bathurst View Post
    Wait a minute !! The game was on LAST night?

    I thought it was tonight.

    DId I miss anything important?
    No.

    Interest in football had been high but due to deflation it had gone down.

    With two teenage daughters interest in the halftime show was sky high so we watched. The game - not at all and didn't watch.

    At least with Katy Perry they brought in someone that had a hit in THIS century. I like Lenny Kravitz but thought his being there was a bit odd. Miss Elliot was a big huh? Those two could have been left out and the halftime show would have been just as inexplicable. Dancing sharks- wow.

    -Tom

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    That's the ONLY game I watch.
    Never, under any circumstances, consume a laxative and sleeping pill, on the same night

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