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What are you doing on Super Bowl Sunday?

Asked at Borders, 700 N.H. on February 4, 2007

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Photo of William Hopkins

“I’m going over to a friend’s house. It’s really more of a family thing with the kids - lots of video games and football.”

Photo of Dee Hogan

“I live in the dorms, so it will probably be on in the lobby. But I’m really not that big of a football fan except for KU football.”

Photo of Jay Van Blaricum

“My friend is having a party in Kansas City. Just the typical beer, food and good friends. This will be the second annual gathering.”

Photo of Lisa Zink

“Going over to our neighbor’s house to watch the game and nosh on delicious snacks.”


ive_got_my_ascot_n_my_dickie 11 years ago

3of5, I'm sorry to hear of your concerns about your family. Hopefully things will work out for the best and allow you to enjoy some recreational activity together on a Sunday; such as enjoying a Super Bowl together.

number3of5 11 years ago

Same thing I do every Sunday. The super bowl game is not an issue in my house. Sports are not watched. We lead simple lives with concerns more for our families, not games.

hottruckinmama 11 years ago

cooking most of the day. my kids are having friends over. we are having salsa and chips, white chili, regular chili, spinich artichoke dip,hot wings...i hope i haven't forgotten anything! if i have a chance i may sit down and watch the game too!

Redneckgal 11 years ago

We are having a party at my house. Its been cold and nasty so long that we are all getting stir crazy. This is just what we need to break up the boredom a little bit.

querulousperson 11 years ago

Sports are not watched. The computer is used. Comments are made on discussion boards. Less simple people are made to feel inferior to 3of5.

paladin 11 years ago

Reading the Holy Word (Bible), prayer, and holding hands and staring at the wall. It is Sunday, after all.

roger_o_thornhill 11 years ago

Isn't it "gnosh"? Anyways, Super what? Is this some kind of Ron Popiel invention? I thought bowls were bowls. Now there's Super ones? What, do they never become empty or something?

Here's hoping the LPD and HyPo's will be on patrol tonight.

southerngirl 11 years ago

Kids are having friends over eating junk food and watching the commercials and half time show.

budwhysir 11 years ago

Well, as you all know, I will be watching the game and putting more of a political spin on the whole sports issue. I feel that politicaly speaking, many of the universities could receive a small fund from this game that would allow for upkeep of the said universities. Politicaly speaking.

The other thing I will be doing is putting together a list of items needed for a tailgate party at the new home away from home football game

Bone777 11 years ago

Looking forward to March Madness.

paladin 11 years ago

But, God forbid, the murder of bunnies and the playing of sports games are never done on Sundays. The Bible forbids this, as everyone should know.

Father_Guido_Sarducci 11 years ago

Moments before kickoff I will say a prayer of peace and safety for all of those who will be in attendance at today's big game.

sunflower_sue 11 years ago

Eating good food at my momma's house with all of my siblings in attendance. We are currently eating "Buffalo wing dip," watching "The Dirty Dozen" on the boob tube and contemplating the wherefores and whys of the world. Mostly laughing and thinking of a good prank to play on my nephew. Any ideas? (I left the "granny panties" that I was going to wedge into his car's backseat at home so I have to come up with something else.)

KS 11 years ago

jimjones - Couldn't agree with you more!

paladin 11 years ago

And the Lord, too, created football players. And, behold, there was football playing and alas, the Superbowl. All is as it should be and all is right with God's world. Even on a Sunday. All God's bunnies should rejoice and hop on away.

bearded_gnome 11 years ago

yes, RI, I, too, enjoyed the BMH and surely hated to see it go!

"doing? we don't need no stupid doings?"

heard a lovely recital this afternoon, am not a football fan, wish the fans well though. I was a football fan as a teen, loved the Oakland Raiders before they became the Los Angeles traitors for money and thus disillusioned this teen gnome. also, here, we prefer to spell "gnosh" when you gnaw on gnoshables. gee wizz.

bearded_gnome 11 years ago

understood. "alabaster" was a common term invoked on BMH.

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