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Old 02-04-2018, 10:52 PM   #31 (permalink)
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I had hoped, but I thought I'd jinx it if I watched the game, but am so happy right now.

One more yay!; Yay!
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Old 02-04-2018, 10:54 PM   #32 (permalink)
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Yay!

Double yay!

The Patriots didn't win it and my home away from home/Philadelphia did.
Yay!
Why is Philly your home away from home?
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Old 02-04-2018, 11:01 PM   #33 (permalink)
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Why is Philly your home away from home?
Willow Grove, PA 19090 being where I resided in America when ever I visited my brother out there...
Also, I have a brother out there and a sister in NJ, but where she was in NJ, was my NJ place of residence which was cool as well, on the shore/Seaside Heights, from where I'd go back to Willow Grove.
Saw NYC for the day from Seaside Heights, NJ in November 2001. - Went to Manhattan, reminded me of London.
If I had to show my ID say my address not in New Jersey, it was where I resided in Willow Grove, 20 minutes outside of Philadelphia in a well to do suburb of that rooted for Phillies/76'ers/Flyers and Eagles.

I'm also happy the Patriots didn't win it, so that's double happy
My friend, in London, who I've sort of fallen out with, she knows Boston. So that's just cool because she knows I know Philadelphia, so, in her face.

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Old 02-04-2018, 11:09 PM   #34 (permalink)
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Willow Grove, PA 19090 being where I resided in America when ever I visited my brother out there...
Also, I have a brother out there and a sister in NJ, but where she was in NJ, was my NJ place of residence which was cool as well, on the shore/Seaside Heights, from where I'd go back to Willow Grove.
Saw NYC for the day from Seaside Heights, NJ in November 2001. - Went to Manhattan, reminded me of London.
If I had to show my ID say my address not in New Jersey, it was where I resided in Willow Grove, 20 minutes outside of Philadelphia in a well to do suburb of that rooted for Phillies/76'ers/Flyers and Eagles.

I'm also happy the Patriots didn't win it, so that's double happy
My friend, in London, who I've sort of fallen out with, she knows Boston. So that's just cool because she knows I know Philadelphia, so, in her face.
at the extensive description of Willow Grove. Thanks.
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I miss America.
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I love where I'm from though, so, it's all good.
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Old 02-04-2018, 11:18 PM   #37 (permalink)
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Whatever he thinks of it, at least he doesn't have to live in a city surrounded by it.
Spent 37 years in Boston bro.

Most Super Bowls started by a quarterback.

Tom Brady: 8 Record 5-3
John Elway: 5 Record 2-3*
Joe Montana: 4 Record 4-0*
Terry Bradshaw: 4 Record 4-0*
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*Before salary caps and free agency.
Both of which were put into place to stop any one team from dominating over a long period of time.

For Brady and the Pats to get to 8 Super Bowls in this era is so far beyond ridiculous, it's....., well...., ridiculous.
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Old 02-04-2018, 11:38 PM   #38 (permalink)
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Spent 37 years in Boston bro.

Most Super Bowls started by a quarterback.

Tom Brady: 8 Record 5-3
John Elway: 5 Record 2-3*
Joe Montana: 4 Record 4-0*
Terry Bradshaw: 4 Record 4-0*
Jim Kelly: 4 Record 0-4*

*Before salary caps and free agency.
Both of which were put into place to stop any one team from dominating over a long period of time.

For Brady and the Pats to get to 8 Super Bowls in this era is so far beyond ridiculous, it's....., well...., ridiculous.
And I spent 24 years there. High five?

I have no idea what your point is. Mine was that I'm surrounded by annoying Eagles fans.
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Willow Grove, PA 19090 being where I resided in America when ever I visited my brother out there...
Also, I have a brother out there and a sister in NJ, but where she was in NJ, was my NJ place of residence which was cool as well, on the shore/Seaside Heights, from where I'd go back to to Willow Grove.
Saw NYC for the day from Seaside Heights, NJ in November 2001. - Went to Manhattan, reminded me of London.
If I had to show my ID say my address, it was where I resided in Willow Grove, 20 minutes outside of Philadelphia in a well to do suburb of that rooted for Phillies/76'ers/Flyers and Eagles alike.
I use to go to the Air Show at the Willow Grove Air base. (It's actually called the "Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Willow Grove." I just want to put that out there in case a grammar Nazi wants to come along correct me on that.)

I know what it's kinda like to have a home away from home. Pittsburgh is my home away from my actual hometown. So I am split sportwise. I love the Steelers and Phillies. They are my top teams win or loose. The Phillies were the first team in history to obtain 10,000 loses - so that's their crowning achievement. I also like Penguins, the Flyers, and the Pirates. All who occasionally won championships, except for the Eagles (not including pre Super Bowl era).

I am only an Eagle fan twice year when they play against the Dallas cause I hates the Cowboys so much. The rest of the time I put the Eagles on ignore cause they can be such a train wreck sometimes. And I also ignore them cause sometimes their fans can be such bone heads. I just want to be dissociate with all of that. Even if they are lucky to make it post season they are a heartache, cause they always find a way to loose. But not this year. It was so great to see the Pats loose to them, to a team who were a number one seed but Vegas downgraded to be the underdog! That makes it even so much sweeter.
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Spent 37 years in Boston bro.

Most Super Bowls started by a quarterback.

Tom Brady: 8 Record 5-3**
John Elway: 5 Record 2-3*
Joe Montana: 4 Record 4-0*
Terry Bradshaw: 4 Record 4-0*
Jim Kelly: 4 Record 0-4*

*Before salary caps and free agency.
Both of which were put into place to stop any one team from dominating over a long period of time.

** Brady did it with his balls deflated.

For Brady and the Pats to get to 8 Super Bowls in this era is so far beyond ridiculous, it's....., well...., ridiculous.
Ftfy bro.
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“If one listens to the wrong kind of music, he will become the wrong kind of person.” – Aristotle.
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