Monday, February 06, 2006

A Bad, Bad, Bad Game

Yesterday's Super Bowl was quite a sloppily played bore. When I got to work this morning, there was a phone message from Dad, which included this take on the game:
A terrible game, terrible officiating, just bad, bad, bad. If that game had been on October 20th, everyone would have turned it off and gone home. That game was really horrendous, marked by horrendous performances by a lot of people.
A more accurate review, I can't imagine.

3 Comments:

Blogger Angry John Sellers said...

Was your dad including the horrendous performances of Ron Wood and Keith Richards?

11:41 PM  
Blogger JMW said...

Funny enough, he did sarcastically mention how Mick Jagger is his kind of guy and he can't wait to buy the CD. The joke there being not that the Stones currently suck, but that my dad would have thought the same in the 60s. He was in his 20s during that decade, but miraculously made it through listening mostly to Frank Sinatra, etc.

Nothing against Frank, of course.

12:02 AM  
Blogger Dezmond said...

I didn't watch most of the game. We were at a Super Bowl party, but had a poker game going most of the game, so we were only marginally watching it. The poker was better played than the football.

10:42 AM  

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