Feb

4

“Where else would you rather be than right here, right now?”

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So the Superbowl’s tonight. Whoohoo and etc. One good thing this does mean is that you are at liberty to eat and drink lots of food and beer to quell the nagging feeling that you should be in Butler. May we suggest:

Browsing through the local establishments and ordering online.

Lion’s Head is offering $7 pitchers of beer.

Nacho’s is doing $25 wings-and-Coors Light.

The Heights has 75 wings for $50. (Lame.)

Havana Central has wings-and-pitcher for $15 and a special Super Bowl appetizer menu.

(The other bars wouldn’t answer our call, but when they do, we’ll let you know.)

Finally, everyone’s favorite secretary of state did an interview with ESPN in which she weighs in on the upcoming game. Bizarre.

But not as bizarre as Prince!

-KR

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13 Comments

  1. Umm

    Prince is NOT "bizarre," he's FUNK and AMAZING.

  2. Condi  

    is well known as a huge football fan, and has stated on more than one occasion she would like to be the commissioner of the NFL. It's not really so bizarre.

  3. alumni association

    CALL IT THE WEST END, PLZ.

  4. Texas R&G  

    50 wings for $27.99.

  5. who's

    performing during half time?

  6. grammar

    please change "and etc." to "etc.". it's like saying automatic ATM machine.

  7. but  

    and etc shows more sarcasm.

  8. on grammar  

    i knew someone would have already pointed out the grammar issue. I think it would have been a nice touch to write it > ...so retro. i still miss the old, pretentious blue and white though.

  9. what the?  

    is there some html glitch with these symbols > ? what I was TRYING to say is, etc. should be written "&c."

  10. hey bwog  

    your current favorite comment, an extended kool-aid oh yeah, actually makes it impossible to read most of your entries, because it stretches that column across the page, blocking the current entry, and the comments page of any entry that has fewer than 10 comments.

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