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    Are you all watching this game?

    I know it's almost over with but it's getting down to the wire. 5 stations are covering this on the tube.


    Not a football fan much but it is a historical game if the pats win.




    Of course,

    with or without helmet cams.
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    Been watching the whole thing...Great game
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      UNBELIEVABLE game.
      I'm gonna have to get a manicure after this one.

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        WOOT!! Giants score!

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          Uh-Oh...


          Helmet Cams win!
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            WooHoooo!!!!

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              Who are/is the Pats/Giants? What are you guys talking about? Rugby, soccer?
              Buy cheap, buy twice.

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                I just figured it out. Cricket. That's it.
                Buy cheap, buy twice.

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                  Originally posted by gear junkie View Post
                  I just figured it out. Cricket. That's it.
                  Ben, you really need to get out more

                  It was a very good game I thought I think if the Giants had had a few more minutes they would have got another TD or FG which would have made it even better.
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                  John Ruskin (1819 - 1900)

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