1:54 am February 5, 2010, by David O'Brien
chip off the ol block
February 7th, 20109:51 pm
overall this superbowl wasnt all that great, idk exactly what it was but there wasn’t much excitement n the game, the commercials were either E-trade or Dorito, most of the commercials were CBS commercials, i was expecting more with the game and the commercials oh well
February 7th, 20109:54 pm
Like Arcade Fire, but mercy, I’m getting a little tired of that song.
Amazing how swiftly that Super Bowl moved, even with the extended halftime. Not even three and a half hours from kickoff to 0s across the scoreboard.
Was gonna say something about it during the game, but to do so is bad, bad mojo.
February 7th, 20109:56 pm
It is now officially baseball season again!!!
February 7th, 201010:00 pm
StingerSplash: yea this was the fastest superbowl i can remember, the first half went by very fast, 2nd half did too
but there were hardly any penalties, nobody used their timeouts, there weren’t really many times the clock stopped, just kept on ticking
February 7th, 201010:02 pm
lets talk baseball.
Any team scare you in the east besides the phillies
The Nationals. Not because I think they are going to win the division, but they ARE going to be better, like, 4th place better. And we need to beat up on them to win the division.
February 7th, 201010:07 pm
Now onto spring training
February 7th, 201010:32 pm
“The Nationals. Not because I think they are going to win the division, but they ARE going to be better, like, 4th place better. And we need to beat up on them to win the division.”–Jurrjens4NLCY
I agree that the Nationals have had a very good off season and stand to be much better. But we did not exactly beat up on them this past season. We barely won the season series with them in their rather pitiful form. I think the Braves won the series 10-8. Flip one game and we split the series.
February 7th, 201010:41 pm
Elvis Costello with… this is great series on the sundance channelon Direct TV. Recording the series. The one with Bono and The Edge was awsome.
February 7th, 201010:46 pm
The Puppy Bowl was better
Jurrjens4NLCY–Have you been doing any theater lately?
February 7th, 201010:55 pm
I can’t STAND the freakin’ Saints!
February 7th, 201011:00 pm
February 7th, 201011:04 pm
I can understand why Soph isn’t here…
Oh VJ, you know me all too well. UNC’s killin’ me this season.
The Puppy Bowl was better — nolie
Really? Not much of a football fan, I take it? ‘Cause that was a good Super Bowl. I’m one who’s usually quite critical of Super Bowl games that rarely live up to the hype. But this was a quality game. As for the commercials, I don’t much care about them. But it was good to have a game that overshadowed what are, after all, (bleeping) commercials.
February 7th, 201011:06 pm
My, my, my!
Here’s a little something– with Jimmy Buffett and an all-time favorite of mine, Mac McAnally–that’s highly appropriate after the Saints’ win.
I enjoyed the game as well. Although, it’s going to suck having to hear “Super Bowl Champion Saints” all of next season.
February 7th, 201011:12 pm
Soph – at least I refrained from mentioning that William and Mary beat Maryland..oops…
February 7th, 201011:13 pm
May I ask, what is the puppy bowl?
P. W. Hjort
February 7th, 201011:22 pm
The past two super bowls were a lot better, in my opinion, but that’s not the standard, and this one was good all things considered. I’m a bit surprised the way it ended, with Manning throwing a pick and everything.
February 7th, 201011:24 pm
Moe — Whenever they air the Super Bowl, the Animal Planet channel shows the “Puppy Bowl.” Take a gander: http://animal.discovery.com/videos/puppy-bowl-vi/
February 7th, 201011:25 pm
VJ – every team is entitled to one of those flukey upsets.
February 7th, 201011:27 pm
Soph – true – although, we lucked onto two (Wake Forest) this year… unfortunately, we have lost some in conference we should not have…
February 7th, 201011:28 pm
“I enjoyed the game as well. Although, it’s going to suck having to hear “Super Bowl Champion Saints” all of next season.”-Soph
Yeah, not looking forward to that as a falcons fan. But every team playing them next year will be gunning to knock off the superbowl champs. Nowhere to go but down, right. Hopefully their reign is short.
February 7th, 201011:32 pm
Blah VJ! UNC lost to both of those teams so kudos to W & M.
February 7th, 201011:33 pm
Daybed Wagmoe–Thanks. Not familiar with it. Just looked at the clip you sent. Enjoyed it.
How dumb are those baby talking commercials? TnBrian
as dumb as your top 10 movie choices?
February 7th, 201011:35 pm
Dave, you ever had Griddley’s in Memphrica?
February 7th, 201011:58 pm
Another freakin’ BANDWAGONER!
Gil In Mechanicsville
February 8th, 201012:13 am
Actually, I thought the game was pretty entertaining. Seriously, did anyone think the win was in the bag for the Saints before the final 2 minutes? Commercials were not all that bad either, especially when we know what’s coming during baseball season. Still, the worst commercial ever may just the the Pepsi commercial that had everyone screaming at the TV. That and the Head On commercials…
yes, the Nationals will be better, hopefully it will mean more loses for the other teams in the division. I know Washington would like to develop a real white hot rivalry with the Phillies. However, in order for that to happen, they have to win games against them.
And I’ll bet our old friend Carroll Rogers doesn’t mind a bit that the Tar Heels are having a down year.
February 8th, 201012:21 am
Gil In Mechanicsville–As close as you are to Turner Field, how many games do you make it to? I regret not going to as many when I lived in Atlanta, now that I live away.
Green Tinted Sixties Mind
February 8th, 201012:31 am
“Don’t f**k this up for us Andre 3000, for all of us, ’cause Greyhound ain’t gone float you back to America”
February 8th, 201012:50 am
i hit chops for a grnad.
February 8th, 201012:53 am
hit the final numbers.
AtTheMike (tonsil stones burst into a stink)
February 8th, 201012:54 am
The Hurt Locker didn’t impress me. I understand the movie is pretty dang real as to how war is, but it just didn’t do much for me. I really hated the ending more than anything.
Nate from NCState
February 8th, 201012:56 am
Who saw Peyton Manning throwing a pick-6 for the Saints to win the game? I mean seriously? Not as exciting as last year’s super bowl but nothing like that dreadful Colts-Bears game a few years ago. Terrible!
And as for UNC, they have only won 1 out of their last, what, 8 games now? And who was that 1 team that they beat in this, their most horrendous stretch since the days of Matt Doherty? That’s right… NC State. Where sports are… well not good.
February 8th, 201012:58 am
hit the chops guys for a big note.
February 8th, 20101:03 am
drew brees was impressive and peyton just didn’t have his guys backing him up this evening. Manning was good, brees was just a little better tomight, but brees also had his guys workin in sync with him for the most part.
All in all I give sb 44 a B-.
February 8th, 20101:13 am
I’m off to-mor-row, so who wants to stay up and talk movies?
my top 5 movies of all time:
howard the duck
February 8th, 20101:17 am
A T M those certainly make Brian’s look a lot better-.even if you are kidding.
I can’t believe you didn’t care for Hurt Locker though. Must be those infected tonsils poisoning your mind. Need to get them out dude, just gonna bother you more as you get older.
Course then you’d lose that great come on line.
February 8th, 20101:19 am
I love the part in Howard the Duck where the welfare lady wants him to get a job.
February 8th, 20101:24 am
Seriously– my top 5 movies to date:
the good,the bad and the ugly
February 8th, 20101:34 am
AtTheMike, you didn’t like The Hurt Locker, huh? Actually, that’s good. Because it’d be kind of alarming if all of us agreed on something, anything — critics and us laymen alike. So let it be noted, there is a dissenting voice on the movie that (hopefully) will win the Oscar for best picture.
nolie– my tonsil’s aren’t in bad shape….they just have big pits in them and food has rotten in them creating tonsil stones. I thought we went over all that? Anyhoo– they’re coming out next week.
Are you talking about the guy with friday the 13th in his top 10 or 20 list? That was really the only joke of a movie he’d listed to my memory. Maybe there was another, I’ve forgotten now.
February 8th, 20101:36 am
Nate from NCState, it was almost surreal to have Peyton Manning throw the interception there. I just assumed he was going to lead a scoring drive there and the Colts would pull it out. Just goes to show, there was only one Joe Montana in our lifetimes. So far, at least.
February 8th, 20101:39 am
Are you talking about the guy with friday the 13th in his top 10 or 20 list? That was really the only joke of a movie he’d listed to my memory. — AtTheMike
Your tonsils might be affecting your memory. Because he also had Rocky III and Surviving the Game on his all-time list. And it wasn’t Friday the 13th, it was Friday the 13th Pt. freakin’ 4.
February 8th, 20101:42 am
o’brien– no, the hurt locker didn’t do what gran torino or a few other recent movies have done for me when I walk out the theatre or take it out the dvd player. Nope– seen better, much better.
February 8th, 20101:48 am
AtTheMike: I haven’t seen better, not in quite some time. But hey, I can certainly respect a difference of opinion. I mean, it’s not like you’re arguing that Friday the 13th Pt. 4 is better.
I loved Gran Torino. One of my favorites of 2008. But to me, it’s not on quite the same level as The Hurt Locker, a great movie that will be talked about for ages.
February 8th, 20101:53 am
o’brien– LOL…ok, but I always liked rocky, but certainly wouldn’t pick the third one as one of my all time great flicks. Ice-t was good in surviving the game, but the movie itself was dumb,dumb.
February 8th, 20101:54 am
Classic Wren, with very little minor league experience he will bring up Heyward way to early and he will struggle. Wren will blame someone else (Cox, minor league instructors, Heyward, fans, media, weather etc.). The kid will be set back a couple of years.
February 8th, 20102:03 am
Frida 13th 4 was the 3D one, I think. Could’ve been pt 3 since 3D is in the title, don’t know.
Now the original halloween was a classic and even the org. Friday movie started a new wave of thriller movies. Love them or hate them, they are widely popular and must’ve appealed to some because those silly movies have made millions and millions of bucks world wide.
February 8th, 20102:08 am
AtTheMike: I loved the original Friday the 13th. It was on HBO or Starz or something about a week ago and I watched the last hour of it, probably first time I’d seen it in a decade or more.
But let’s not lump that original movie in with Pt. 3 or Pt. 7 or Pt. 10 or whatever. And you could have left off the line about millions and millions of people liking this movie or that one. Irrelevant, really. Mike, it doesn’t make a movie or record or book great, the simple fact that so many more millions of people buy it than they do something else. If it did, Saw and a couple of its sequels would be considered great filmmaking. And they are not.
February 8th, 20102:10 am
Survining The Game was about the 4th remake of the same movie.It’s from a Richard Connell short story called The Most Dangerous Game.The first was a 1932 Joel McCrae movie with the same title as the book. In the 40s there was A Game of Death. Heck, they even did a spoof of it on Gilligan’s island.
February 8th, 20102:12 am
You can tell I’m bored and maybe a bit delusional, but I looked this up….
Friday the 13th 4 was entitled “the final chapter” and it starred a little corey felman and crispen glover who played the father in back to the future. How funny! Guess a lot of the actors starred in B movie thrillers before hitting the big time,huh?
February 8th, 20102:20 am
Peyton couldn’t have POSSIBLY lost that game…I’m not a Colts fan, but watching him choke away such a grotesquely winnable game to a team that’s as unlikeable (and PLEASE spare me Katrina, which was a while back and had little or nothing to do with the players on the team) was just…vomit-inducing. Hey, who wants to watch Jeremy Shockey celebrate? I mean, any differently than he does any other weekend? What a farce. If Jim Caldwell was still alive he’d never have let it happen…oh, yeah; he’s not even involved in football operations; the headset is playing some Issac Hayes and he just has a couple of memorized speeches for whichever way it goes. Well, now we know Peyton has a ways to go before he can be a head coach in this league.
However, even though the Saints were an inferior team, SEAN Peyton was a hell of a play caller. Can’t take that away from him; he outcoached Manning as the corpse of Jim Caldwell looked on. Hey, did anyone realize New Orleans was hit hard by a hurricane fairly recently? I don’t think they touched on that enough. Or maybe they didn’t touch on the fact that it was already a disaster area before the hurricane hit and who dat can tell the difference?
%$^# the Saints, is what I’m tryin’ to say.
February 8th, 20102:21 am
o’brien– I don’t agree with you so much on the irrelevance part, but…. agreed on that org. Friday. The woman killer is so,so creepy and the movie was and still is “the standard” in bizarre, spooky films.
February 8th, 20102:25 am
David, agreed on the original Friday. And agreed that Saw and all its various incarnations are doo-doo.
Nolie, good call on Richard Connell.
Time for even more alcohol, though it’s not a good idea.
February 8th, 20102:29 am
And yes, all my guests are gone except for a couple of useless ones who %^$#-up my bathroom and are out on my living room floor, and the girl passed out in my bed is passed out, and I lost $150, and I’m highly irritated. Did I mention I’m not very fond of the Saints?
The Grinch– so agree with you on new orleans. We went there a few years before katrina and the place was absolutely filthy. Trashiest place you can imagine. YUCK!
February 8th, 20102:34 am
It’s a fun city, and I’ve enjoyed the French Quarter, Mardi Gras, and various interesting cemeteries in the past; that’s not the point. %$^# them for winning a Super Bowl before the Falcons, and against a superior team who knows better than to lose.
Frank from KS (now living in CO)
February 8th, 20102:35 am
AtTheMike (tonsil stones burst into a stink)
My favorite scene in Showgirls was the second to last scene, where Naomi and Cristal were in the hospital….mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
and that’s all I have to say about that…(LOL).
February 8th, 20102:49 am
Oh. my god. Slutty women in the same scene…together? That’s so repulsive I don’t even know what to say. Shame on you all!
Where’s the link?
February 8th, 20103:02 am
Albert Collins I Ain’t Drunk
February 8th, 20104:53 am
narlins waited along time for manning to win them a superbowl
now they can
sell them 25 million who dat
t shirts they printed up
all the games are rigged.
you just gotta know who
they are marketing them 4
February 8th, 20108:51 am
Saints Fans = Good game
Colts Fans = Boring game
I enjoyed the game; any time a team can outscore another 31-7 after dropping behind 10-0 that winning team is pretty good. Sean Payton is one helluva play caller and Brees is not bad in making them work.
February 8th, 20108:56 am
Moe.. I’m in Mechanicsville Virginia… (Richmond) So it’s pretty far…
February 8th, 20109:10 am
Jim at 1:54 am-?????????
February 8th, 20109:15 am
And how ’bout CBS taking advantage of that plum post-Supe TV slot by airing the debut episode of … what the hell was the name of that show anyway? I watched about 3 minutes, something about a Waste Management exec going undercover at the company to get the lowdown on how things run. So boring that I went to the DVR.
February 8th, 20109:16 am
February 8th, 20109:17 am
Grinch-The Bucs-with the worst record in the history of sports franchises won a Super Bowl. The Ain’ts with their former paper bag minions have won a Super Bowl. The Falcons? HMMMMMM.
I guarantee when (IF) the Falcons should ever win a Super Bowl (ain’t holding what little breath I have left with this head cold), you’ll be every bit as obnoxious as those Saints fans. And yes, that’s giving Falcons fans the benefit of the doubt that they aren’t already there (to obnoxious territory) having just had two successive winning seasons for the first time in franchise history. One would think that was an accomplishment they might have covered thirty years ago. Nonetheless-congratulations.
For those of you wondering… I didn’t rent Surrogates over the weekend.. and oh, it’s snowing again here. We’ve already got 3 inches on the ground and they are calling for an additional 5 more inches during the day today.
February 8th, 20109:19 am
I did however rent Zombieland.
February 8th, 20109:20 am
ITS BASEBALL TIME
18 Wheels of Love
February 8th, 20109:24 am
I re-watched about 4 Modern Family’s last night after the bowl and then a few Cougar Towns. That dad on Modern Family, the real estate agent, kills me.
February 8th, 20109:27 am
David, I couldn’t agree more on that garbage man. How can CBS think the average Joe can’t see through the ruse? Surely the guy at the dump who fired the guy, (and all the others) saw all those cameramen around. Underground my butt. The lady who invited him to dinner: Did she not see the lighting and cameras and not wonder who their guest really was? Unfreaking believable. Surely CBS doesn’t think they have another hit on their hands. No wonder network TV is in the crapper these days.
February 8th, 20109:28 am
It was my belief that when the Braves traded Vazuez, it was done to free up some money. I want to get your take on two questions.
Do you get the sense that the Braves would like to let Heyward get his swing in the minor leagues to prevent his arbitration clock from running? Unless he tears it up this Spring, I think this is what happens. The Braves may say otherwise, but it is the smart financial move for a team with fiscal constraints.
If that happens, do you get the sense that the Braves are comfortable with an outfield of McClouth, Diaz, and Melky Cabrera for the first 2 months of the season?
February 8th, 20109:35 am
Wren has been saying for quite some time that he’s very comfortable with the make up of the team right now.
February 8th, 20109:40 am
dmack-that’s pretty much what has been said for quite some time now. Same in both the Frank Wren and Bobby Cox columns in Chop Talk.
Wren went out and got backup at all positions just in case someone big didn’t come along at a reasonable salary. That’s why we have Melky (who can play all 3 outfield positions) and Hinske (who can play first, third and corner outfield positions). We have back up at all positions when Infante is included and Prado’s versatility is taken into account-not to mention Matt Diaz, who could catch or play first in a pinch.
If Heyward is judged to not be ready, or if they want to do with him like they did with Hanson, the table is set and we have it covered. We also have great pitching depth-both in the rotation and bullpen.
February 8th, 20109:47 am
Wren can make all the public comments he wants. He may be posturing for free agents still on the market.
However, there is no way he can honestly believe that a McClouth, Diaz, Cabrera outfield can produce enough offense to keep the Braves in the mix until Heyward arrives. This is especially true when our two corner infield spots are serious injury risks.
I do like the Braves staff, especially the starting rotation. I think it is arguably the best in baseball. But, the lineup, as it stands now, simply is not producing enough runs to be a playoff contender. Compare the Braves’ lineup to Philly. There is no question which is stronger. I really hope Wren does something to sign an OF bat.
February 8th, 20109:50 am
No Damon, NO NO NO NO NOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Big fat mistake, don’t need him, don’t want him, don’t sign him. Period.
February 8th, 20109:53 am
Damon admitted this weekend that he is looking for 2 years at 11m per. And that he turned down 2/14m from the Yankees. He’s certainly overplayed his hand but I don’t think anyone thought he would be unsigned at this point. He wants 2 years, like DOB has said all along, but I can’t imagine Frank giving him more than a 1 year and 5m…if that much.
February 8th, 20109:56 am
Yes, I know that Heyward’s name is spelled “H E Y W A R D”. Just wasn’t thinking when I hurridly typed the post. But the point was and is not how you spell is name – but the fact that how successful he is in 2010 depends on whether he has a great deal of maturity – enough maturity to concentrate on making solid contact rather than trying for the HR and enough maturity to make the necessary adjustments to major league pitching – Because it seems apparent that our young hitters who come up do not get the necessary guidance and instrucitons from Bobby Cox (or Pendleton) to enable them to to do this and to continue to improve. It seems that it is only the ones who have the maturity to do this on their own that come up and hit for us at the major league level. (Even Chipper had to have his Dad come in and help him at vaious times.) If Heyward is not really mature and able to do this on his own, he is doomed. He is going to have to ignore Bobby Cox cheerleading from the dughout -”come on kid, swing hard, hit a long one” etc. Andruw Jones is a prime example of this — Bobby Cox’s incompetence wasted one of the greatest hitting talents in baseball history — With proper instruciton/guidance/coaching Andruw could have been one of the greatest all time hitters in baseball. Only because of his great talent, was he even able to make contact with the ball – the way he was allowed to swing.
February 8th, 20109:59 am
CBS is not available on DirecTV where I live, so instead of the Super Bowl, I was treated to Mike Tyson’s greatest hits on ESPN. I only watched about 4 fights worth, but none of the ones I saw made it to the 2nd round. Dude truly was an animal at age 19. Vicious
February 8th, 201010:03 am
There is no truth to the rumor that the AJC is going to start a weekly contest in 2010 for fans to select Bobby Cox’s biggest blunder for the week. The reason – there would be too many blunders to choose from over the time period of a week.
So, they are probably gong to make it a “Daily” contest instead.
it doesn’t make a movie or record or book great, the simple fact that so many more millions of people buy it than they do something else.
If only the Grammy’s lived by that mantra…
And here I was thinking Gil was running 30 Deep in Mechanicsville
February 8th, 201010:05 am
CBS is not available on DirecTV where I live, so instead of the Super Bowl
Wow. I though it was bad that Canucks got more Braves games than Carolinians, but no Super Bowl? How’d the NFL let that happen? They get their name on home pregnancy tests.
February 8th, 201010:09 am
PhuturePhan predicts that within two years all of the posts on this blog will be about a)the poster’s all-time favorite movies, b)his all-time least-favorite movies, c)the movies he rented last weekend, d)the movies he’s going to rent next weekend, e)why no movie made before the year of his birth could ever make to his favorites list, and f)Johnny Damon’s star turn in the broadway revival of “Jesus Christ Superstar.”
February 8th, 201010:13 am
No truth to the rumor that Don is more than a one (lame) trick pony.
February 8th, 201010:23 am
After over 60 years of dealing wiht baseball (player, coach, manager, fan), the most amazing thing that I have see is — How fans, the AJC writers, and high level management can ignore Bobby Cox’s continuous blunders in management procedures and lack thereof and his failure to understand even some of the most simple and basic fundamentals and procedures for winning.
February 8th, 201010:24 am
GEEEZ … I didn’t mean to p*! off a few people with my Friday the 13th 4 selection. I think DOB was actually offended by it. At least you liked the first 13th movie, DOB. I dare say that was probably my favorite too.
February 8th, 201010:27 am
Damn Don-It took you 60 years to come up with this rant? Maybe you’d better go into isolation now so you can find a new topic to beat to death before next year begins and your favorite whipping boy is gone, leaving you without single thing to say-intelligent or not. Better hurry. Time’s a wastin.
How fans, the AJC writers, and high level management can ignore Bobby Cox’s continuous blunders in management procedures and lack thereof and his failure to understand even some of the most simple and basic fundamentals and procedures for winning.
Maybe because of all of the winning ……
February 8th, 201010:28 am
10 Paul (10:05 a.m.)
I had to ask for a waiver to get those channels. ABC and FOX accepted but CBS and NBC denied it. If I lived on the other side of the Creek here in town, I could get all of them. I could also get it with Dish Network, but I’m not going to give up MLB Extra Innings and the MLB Network. Hell of a deal, ain’t it?
DOB — “Undercover Boss.” I’ll admit that I watched it, and didn’t find it to be all that bad. Not what I would call “great TV,” but I’ve seen much worse, too.
I do see your point with airing it after the Super Bowl, though.
February 8th, 201010:29 am
DOB, I’m not going to argue with you about the lameness of the show that followed the SB. I didn’t watch it and don’t plan on watching it. Not much of a reality TV guy, unless it’s celebrity rehab and I can watch Gary Busey make an ass of himself. That’s must see tv!
But I just don’t think in the day and age of the DVR that the time slot immediately following the SB is as big of a deal as it used to be. In fact, I think it’s a horrible time slot if you actually want people to pay attention.
When was the last time you were at a SB party, or a sports bar watching the SB and everybody calmed down and got quiet so everybody could hear the television and watch the show that followed the SB?
If a show is worth checking out, people are going to check it out, and with the ease of the DVR, my guess is that a big majority of people that wanted to checkout the Undercover Boss (I think that’s what it’s called?), more than likely didn’t watch it immediately after the game.
I remember when Survivor aired immediately following the SB that the Ravens won, my wife was pumped. But with a house full of people, she didn’t even dream of watching it while it aired. So whether that show aired right after the SB or even on another channel, she likely would have watched it later.
Just curious, because you always talk about your DVR, but is there anything that you actually watch while it’s on? Only thing I do that with is sports stuff. I’m an advertiser’s nightmare. Don’t remotely care about the commercials. If I was patient enough to wait until a season was over to rent/buy it on DVD, I would do so.
Can’t stand commercials. Can’t stand the hype (overhype) of SB commercials. Can’t stand it when people watching the SB are bummed out if the commercials aren’t good enough. Can’t stand it that the MSN home page has a link to “re-watch” ALL of the SB commercials.
As Jim Rome would say…. Ree-dic-U-lous!
February 8th, 201010:30 am
AtTheMike, you’re disgusting! Tonsil stones are nasty, my brother’s friend used to smash them between his fingers and put them near our nostrils while we were sleeping back when we were kids. Hated that kid. You are just as gross, or just weird, to be writing about your experiences with them on here.
February 8th, 201010:35 am
I am an Undercover Boss. That’s what she said.
February 8th, 201010:39 am
In a complicated, unpredictable world, there is always one constant…Don’s posts. Thank you Don. You are our North star.
February 8th, 201010:40 am
Hillbilly-You got HD service? If so, do you get the Palladia Channel? Incredible music quality-sound and video. Saw a David Gilmore show the other night you would have gotten into.
So what did you think of Zombieland?
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