I kinda did.
I kinda did.
Oops, sorry, thought I was in the general board.
moved to GD.
I watched it for the first time in my life and I think it was a good game. to bad I didn't know any of the players. But one thing is sure.I think I'll grow a beard
Nope, didn't watch the Super Bowl. But how about that NHL All-Star game, eh? :)
I watched maybe 10 minutes of it, I was mostly flipping through the channels. I saw Bono's entrance during the half-time show at one point but had no great desire to watch it to completion. Mostly I just got bored and went upstairs and played Medal Of Honor: Allied Assault on my computer.
I sure did.... at one point, I was going to go to bed, but had to stay up unti lthe end.... So glad I did.... I'm glad it wasn't another crappy one like last year....
Also - anyone else think most of the commercials were really lame this year?
there were a couple good ones... nothing absolutely spectacular... I was hoping that once Britney got back to the current year, her skimpiness level would slip back to what we're used to... but alas... no such luck :(
> But how about that NHL All-Star game, eh? :)
<------------Wondering how the hell Sean Burke made the team.
I had to work...
Haven't seen it. I once saw some American sports on TV, I really didn't understand it at all. The only thing I remember of it were the big shows around them. You American like shows don't you?
> You American like shows don't you?
Sure - if you're gonna do it, do it loud and make it colorful.. That's the American way :)
Most sports in Europe are done with just little colour and little noise. Though there is one sport in Europe which is very very popular: football. The American call it soccer, if I remember well. Do American watch European sport? In Europe, most people don't even know about American sports. Except basketball perhaps.
> Do American watch European sport?
No - they're not colorful or loud enough. :)
Actually, rarely - they're not on TV very much... I watch rugby whenever I get a chance...
The halftime show was better than the game to me and oh yeah the pregame show.