Lay it down now. Let's hear it. Who you pulling for?
in what? the festival or the presidential race??
Broncos 4 life.
I miss Bill Hicks.
I don't care.
~If you're feeling sinister, go off and see a minister~
SanFranDenver, you will be burned at the stake.
As for the game that determines who gets to keep the Super Bowl trophy warm until the Broncos win it next year, I'm absolutely pulling for the Bears. I don't want to have to eat crow on all my "Peyton Manning will never win a Super Bowl" talk; I also want to hear every NFL analyst on the planet have to shut up and stop knobbing him for a moment when they realize he just lost to Rex Grossman.
It could happen.
"HAIL MARY PASS!" There, that's all I know about football.
I am a Packers fan through and through, but I have to support the NFC North. Kind of hate the Bears, but it's a love-hate-respect type thing, so I want them to win.
"Yeah chicks go nuts for that... the male camel toe."
"Yea yea! The camel tail."
I truly don't care, and I am really looking forward to wacthing it, but I voted for Indy to ensure I will never hear again about how Manning can't win a big game. I really just want let all the sports programs and writers get it out of their system.
Hunting has been part of our society since the first Europeans came over and shot buffalo and Native Americans and whatnot.
The delusion of all the Bears fans is positively adorable.
Just Say No to eurotrash nonsense. Rock n' roll will set you free.
So are Peyton Manning's feebly-diguised attempts to be likeable and sell MasterCards, DirectTV subscriptions, etc.
But I like your screen name, CiderMouse.
Chargers let me down so Im totally goin with the Bears!
I don't think I'm hosting a 2016 collaborative playlist.
grossman's gonna choke...
I just want to see Peyton Manning cry ...
he's such a baby.
anyone ever see that movie henryortrait of a serial killer?
clerk:how 'bout those bears?
henry:...Fuck the bears.
There was one game (I can't remember when exactly) where the Colts were way ahead, and it was late in the fourth quarter, and the opposing team messed up, and Manning could have just run the ball into the endzone and run up the score, but instead he took a knee and let the clock run out. I always thought he was pretty cool since then.
"The first time I heard the new single off the Bravery album, I actually cried, and I do not even remember the name of that damn song. It reminded me of this girl I am in love with." - kroqken