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this is a discussion within the NFL Community Forum; Originally Posted by papz That was a pretty boring Superbowl. Not even the tons of cognac everyone consumed made it better. The best part of the games was the halftime show. Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers killed ...

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Old 02-03-2014, 08:57 AM   #11
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Re: The Saddest Super Bowl Ever

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That was a pretty boring Superbowl. Not even the tons of cognac everyone consumed made it better. The best part of the games was the halftime show. Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers killed it.
+1. I thought they both were good. This was the first time I ever saw two big time artist share a stage at a Super Bowl though.
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Old 02-03-2014, 11:46 AM   #12
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+1. I thought they both were good. This was the first time I ever saw two big time artist share a stage at a Super Bowl though.
I've seen 3 before. Justin Timberlake, Janet Jackson and Janet's Jackson's boob.
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+1. I thought they both were good. This was the first time I ever saw two big time artist share a stage at a Super Bowl though.
Havent seen many 1/2 time shows?

Timberlake and Jackson? Ring a Bell>?
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I thought Mars did a good job also. Very entertaining without lip syncing.
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Havent seen many 1/2 time shows?
List of Super Bowl halftime shows - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Timberlake and Jackson? Ring a Bell>?
Honestly, I usually check out at halftime and tune back in right before kickoff. Super bowl halftime shows have been way too long in my opinion.
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I thought Mars did a good job also. Very entertaining without lip syncing.
I think 1/2 time could have pulled off a better show without the Peppers.
I was done with the game and I peaked at Bruno.
I am not a fan but I found something I could appreciate.

I liked the glitzy coats and moves. Dancing with a tenor sax and playing at the same time is a skill I can appreciate because it is not easy.

I wish the kid would have pulled out a Motown classic with the moves of the Pipps.

And the moment which ripped me in half was the reading of our most important papers which caused the eyes to flood and cause the levee of tears to break with final shot - remembering Pat Tillman.

Wonder how many understood that shot...or knew exactly what he gave and why he gave...

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Honestly, I usually check out at halftime and tune back in right before kickoff. Super bowl halftime shows have been way too long in my opinion.

I feel ya. Mine are bio-break, sammich, drink. Back to the game.
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Old 02-03-2014, 06:34 PM   #18
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Halftime performers aren't football. I couldn't care less about some 10 minute pop-band performance.

It distracts from the game. I wish they'd eliminate halftime bands altogether. But I do realize that there's a significant amount of attendees there that don't give a crap about football, so I guess its understandable.
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Old 02-03-2014, 06:58 PM   #19
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I have decided long ago, never to walk in...



no wait...

I have decided long ago to boycott Super Bowl Halftime shows unless/until Van Halen gets the gig, and I want to see Huey Lewis and the News share the stage with them, but that's not a deal breaker.

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Awesome read. Danno. I heard today that they didnt think it would sell out. Thousands of tickets returned from geografic territories but did sell out eventually.
Thats sad goodell u freakin moron.
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