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Sunday, February 03, 2008

GIANTS WIN!!!

GIANTS

WIN

And Rumpole told you to take them to win, no points needed.

The 72 Dolphins remain perfect, and the Cheaters get what all cheaters deserve: a big fat loss.

Eli is the MVP and Brady is DOA.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

but but but I bet my house on the over

Anonymous said...

people are shooting guns in the gables!

Rumpole said...

You should have bet your house on tails- it was the lock of the day.

Rumpole said...

Well folks, I called tails; I called the Giants; and I blew the over. Two out of three and the cheaters are in their locker room weaping. I'll sleep well tonight, and so will Shula and the 72 Fins who remain the only team to go undefeated through a season and win a championship. And they did it without cheating.

Good night and I shall see you in court tomorrow.

Anonymous said...

oh my god, i'm going to sleep good tonight. what a game. what an ending. fantastico.

Anonymous said...

Phenomenal game. I nearly had a heart attack numerous times - I rooted for the Giants because I truly did not want to the Cheaters to win.

It looked dark and bleak at times, but they pulled it out, Peyton Manning's reaction was incredible. It was a game to remember.

And just when you thought defense was overrated.

south beach boyz said...

We called our beloved Giants over Cheaters. All Miami Country Day School wagers settled in A/V Room after third period. All markers must be settled prior to afternoon dismissal.

CAPTAIN said...

THE 72 DOLPHINS JUST CAUSED AN EARTHQUAKE WHEY THEY ALL SIMULTANEOUSLY CRACKED THOSE CHAMPAGNE BOTTLES.

Don Shula - I am happiest for you ...

Anonymous said...

Judge Newman should be very happy.

Anonymous said...

people are shooting guns in liberty city too!

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

This is so worth it...watching Belichick drink a cup of "shut the f**k up!"

Anonymous said...

The best part of it all was seeing the pats coach and Brady schlep off the field and up the tunnel when one second was left on the clock.

It is easy to show grace with victory, it is when you are defeated that people get a glimpse of what you really are.

Anonymous said...

Rump--what are your odds for the Phins winning Super Bowl XLIII?

Anonymous said...

I love the humiliating coverage of Belichick's unsporstmanlike leaving with time time on the clock. Gotta love that.

ESPN did a great job except for ........

Emmitt. He needs to find another career. He may be the worst sportscaster of all time. Then again, maybe that's the idea. Maybe ESPN is trying to attrack the same people who like watching train wrecks and car crashes. I can't imagine that even they enjoy listening to his drivel though.

Anonymous said...

The amazing thing about this super bowl is that it completely nullifies the fact that the Pats had an incredible season and almost ran the table. Basically, the Pats are just the Super Bowl runners-up that nobody remembers, and they have an asshole coach thank likes to cheat.

YAY BEER!!

Anonymous said...

Winston Churchill said, "humility in victory and defiance in defeat."