Perspective is a beyotch.

Maybe we shouldn’t get so angry about Jim Chaney’s second-half playcalling against Alabama.  Or Richt’s last five seasons.  Or…

There is that.

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  1. “And I don’t care if you are married to a supermodel, are handsome, are loved by everyone in the most populous region in the U.S., have tons of endorsements, and will definitely end up as a TV commentator…you are still going to die.”

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    • “And I don’t care if you have been listening to the incessant whining of Saints fans for two weeks, watched a half of 3-0 football, and suffered through a halftime of a wiggling Moroon 5 shirtless dude, your are still going to die, and probably be grateful for it.”

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      • Derek

        I’d rather listen to the complaints of each and every Saints fan on the planet than watch a ripped “rock star” take off his shirt…to cheers. When is art “body sculpting?” If you’re a rock star and your body fat is at 5% it needs to be because of a heroin habit.

        What the fuck is happening in this world?

        Maybe it’s best that Bill didn’t live to see it get this bad:

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  2. Jack Klompus

    RUN THE DAMN BALL SEAN!

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  3. Mikey

    The Basketball team is a Disaster. Just saying. Have a good day. Oh and happy for David Andrews and Sony Michel

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  4. DavetheDawg

    We all died when Maroon 5 took the stage.

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    • Mikey

      Oh lord have Mercy… that’s was awful Halftime Show and the SB commercials were terrible. The only exciting thing was we had 4 Dawgs in the SB. Other than that it all sucked.

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      • ilini84

        My jambalaya was great!

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        • Mikey

          What sausage did u? And did you add shrimp?

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          • ilini84

            My bride is allergic too shrimp. I bought a shit load of Chicken Andoullie and Savoie’s Hickory Smoked Turkey Tasso when we went to the Sugar Bowl so I used that.

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            • Mikey

              Chicken Andoullie???Why not just Andoullie sausage? Or kielbasa sausage I’ve used which is good. Sorry your bride is allergic to shrimp. So I guess chicken would do.

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              • ilini84

                It’s just what we do here. I usually use Trader Joe’s Chicken Andoullie but I though I’d try the other when I saw it down in the East. If there wasn’t a market they wouldn’t sell it.

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            • Got Cowdog

              Not many know what Tasso is, but it ain’t real Jambalaya or Gumbo without it.
              I make Tasso a couple of times a year because it’s so hard to find, and store bought just isn’t the same. It’s really easy to make once you get the hang of it, vacuum seal it and freeze it. It will keep for a long time.

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              • Mikey

                Yeah… I’d never heard about Tasso pork until a about 10 years ago. It’s damn sure a spicy sausage no doubt

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              • Mikey

                Or a type Ham. I think that’s the first time I had it was a ham in Baton Rouge about 10 years ago I think it was

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                • Got Cowdog

                  It’s like a ham. A few years ago we started letting one of our neighbors handle the haying, and part of the deal was pasture raised hog. I’ve been playing around with curing, smoking, and sausage making ever since.It’s a great hobby, especially this time of year when it’s cold and there’s nothing much happening. I’m bragging, but I dry cured a ham and a shoulder off the last one as a country ham (smoked) and a Prosciutto. Mine is better than what I found in Paris, Barcelona, or Frankfurt.

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                • Mikey

                  That’s interesting. I use to know a guy in Chatham county. He had a farm with chickens, hogs and prolly 100 head of cattle not far from Savannah. He sorta did that curing and smoking I remember we use to always stop by before the Georgia – Florida game and then we’d go down during summer time before going to the beach. He was just getting started doing that but man you couldn’t tell it was always good food. But I seriously doubt it was that Tasso style thing. Thanks for sharing that.

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    • Uglydawg

      Meteor let us down again.

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    • Normaltown Mike

      somehow when he took his shirt off…it was worse

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    • Anonymous

      After Prince did the Half-Time Show in 2007, they should have just stopped scheduling them. No one is going to top that one. The best part was that when they informed Prince that they were expecting heavy rain during the performance, he asked them “Can you make it rain harder?”.

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  5. Former Fan

    What he says is true… but a better question is what (is he) are we going to do about it? We all want to win. But as much as we like to make fun of the “champions of life” meme, it is important to live a full life and that can’t be found in just “winning” or beating someone else.

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  6. Mayor

    Let me be the contrarian as usual. I really like defensive football. Both teams played excellent D. Even though he is maybe not the most articulate color guy, Tony Romo provided some of the best insight I have heard in a Super Bowl telecast.

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    • David K

      Romo is awesome at his job.

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    • Mikey

      Yeah… I agree. He did surprisingly good. Very good point on a rather miserable Super Bowl

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      • ilini84

        How many times can you say “THAT’S THE WORST THING THAT CAN HAPPEN’??? His content is really good and his delivery will get better.

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    • Dylan Dreyer's Booty

      I love defense. And Romo was good. I thought he was rooting a little too much for LA, but if they had scored a TD, he would have looked prescient.

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    • Russ

      Man, Romo wouldn’t shut up! He blabbered on more than Herbie does. He was pretty sure of himself, too. But I guess he’s better than Joe Buck, so he’s got that going for him.

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    • Derek

      I agree with half that. Defensive football is great football. That was some of the best defense from 2 teams you’ll ever see. Those were two really good offenses that were continually challenged.

      Romo needs to shut up. If I wanted to listen to some no it all tell me what everyone is thinking and what they should be doing and why every damn second, I’d leave my couch and sit in the stands. I think he’d be better to slow down and pick his spots. A couple of times he was just babbling nonsense.

      I still say ambient noise should be a optioning sports telecasts and I don’t understand why it isn’t.

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  7. Mikey

    And Andrew Whitworth was @ LSU in 2005 when we kicked LSU ass in the SEC Championship Game 34 – 14 Woohoo that was a fun year with Donald Eugene “D. J.” Shockley

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  8. TN Dawg

    Damn.

    They should have played Johnny Cash’s God’s Gonna Cut You Down at halftime.

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  9. David K

    Sucks for Gurley and the Rams, he’s obviously hurt and they’re not the same without him. Hope he gets healthy.

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  10. Gaskilldawg

    He is wrong. Yesterday ended and you guys and me are still alive.

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  11. HiAltDawg

    Negative on that Mr. Foosball Man, with “ with advances in modern science and my high level income, it’s not crazy to think I can live” FOREVER!

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  12. Well, he isn’t wrong.

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  13. ilini84

    “The full quote puts Whitworth’s words in better context.

    “I realize what this game means, I cherish the crap out of it, I don’t give a crap if you have a Hall of Fame bust or you’ve been a Pro Bowler or win 20 Super Bowls,” Whitworth said. “At the end of the day, you’re all going to die, and you’re all going to have the opportunity to play football or not be playing football, and who you are, how you carry yourself, whether you pout and feel sorry for yourself is the only thing that’s going to matter, cuz that’s what people are going to remember about you.”

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  14. PTC DAWG

    Some of y’all must have been chained to the recliner…

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  15. Morris Day

    As a long-long-long-suffering Miami Dolphins fan, I refused to watch the Super Bowl. In hindsight, I’m comfortable with my choice.

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  16. Mallard-Drake

    Mr. Conventional Wisdom’s take:
    Super Bowl LIII, What we learned:
    1. Life is a journey, not a destination
    2. Alabama and the Patriots win, a lot.
    3. The National Anthem is very moving.
    4. The Super Bowl is a highly rated TV event.

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  17. Since I avoided SB LIII this season, what was The Dude’s much anticipated message? That tease was about all that caught my fancy (but I wasn’t about to endure the 4-hour merchandising orgy to discover it)

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  18. Normaltown Mike

    The only commercial I enjoyed was the Michael Buble one.

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  19. Dawglicious

    I also liked the Harrison Ford one. That’s about it.

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  20. Chopdawg

    If only Whitworth had said, “whoopee, we’re all gonna die”

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  21. Will Trane

    I don’t watch the NFL. I did watch a total of about 5 minutes of the LIII.
    Will agree with Whitworth about we are all going to die at some point.
    What a simple mind.
    What Whitworth fails to come to gripes with is that he could got killed on a lot of plays as did other Rams.
    There is a great saying from the movie Assassins’ Creed…”not everything deserves to live”.
    Patriots took that to heart based on post game conversation, stats, and my brief 5 minutes of watching…that includes the last 2 minutes when I checked back to see what the final score was…surprised the lowest rated game was still on.
    Even the viewers buried Whitworth’s sorry ass!

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  22. Will Trane

    If you make to another Super Bowl, hope Whitworth reminds his QB to “stop holding the damn ball on pass plays” and your OC has a game plan.
    Sure looked like a Jim Chaney offense to me.
    Think not ask Sony Michel even from the Pats side of the ball.

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