Skip to comments.Super Bowl XLVII, Baltimore Ravens v San Francisco 49ers--LIVE THREAD
Posted on 02/03/2013 8:25:08 AM PST by Perdogg
Super Bowl XLVII, February 3rd, 2013 New Orleans Mercedes Benz Dome, CBS-TV, Westwood One radio, 630pm EST
Baltimore Ravens v San Francisco 49ers (-4.5, O/U 47.5)
I’m so sorry, dearest momto6.
The Marxist is hurting a whole lot of GOOD people and that’s his unconscionable plan.
Predicting a 100% chance of a guaranteed win for coach J. Harbaugh.
Ray Lewis - convicted felon and probable murderer. Paid off families of the victims.
I have no idea who will win the game but whoever wins, it is going to be a blowout by more than two touchdowns.
I am hoping that San Fran wins because of the first line above.
I’m with you, bro. I’m pulling for the Ravens because the thought of Frisco getting their sixth ring before us is horrible. It’s bad enough to have to do that with Pittsburgh but Frisco, pu-lease.
Got skinless chicken breasts and thighs that have been marinating in Franks Hot Sauce overnight. The charcoal on the smoker grill just started. Tommyknocker Butt Head Doppelbock beer in the fridge. Did I miss anything?
I wish they could all be California girls . . . just sayin’
What do you do when the 2 teams you despise most in the NFL play against each other?
I despise the Ravethugs more, who are coached to play dirty and do so whenever possible.
But this “running QB” fad (and that is all it is) won’t last — too many QBs will go down (some permanently) and millions of dollars with them.
It didn’t last the last go around (remember “Slash?”).
I am stuck rooting against the thugs. But I really hope that K dude stays in the pocket where a QB belongs.
Celebrating my last day of cable TV - I swore that after the Super Bowl I’d be cancelling all but internet.
To toot my own horn... In the Bama - Notre Dame game I predicted Alabama 31 to 10. Everyone here told me it was gonna be a close game. I said "NO" because I couldn't see ND stopping Bama's offense. They didn't. As you know it ended 42 to 14 Bama.
The story of this Superbowl will be that Joe Flacco finally proved that he could "get it done".... and that Ray Lewis made a lasting mark as one of the greatest defensive leaders in NFL history. Barring injury, Lewis will pull out ALL stops in an effort to LEAD the team to victory and go out on TOP.
San Fran 13
or possibly an alternate score of Baltimore by 28 to 17... all in all, I say the Ravens will win by an 11 point margin.
I wonder how many 49ers will come out after their careers and admit they are gay or have the taxpayers pay for a sex change operation.
Let a few good people get a headstart to get out of town, and then the best that can happen is a 9.9 on the Richter and start over.
San Francisco Becomes First City to Mandate Taxpayers to Fund Sex-Change Operations
November 11, 2012 | Filed under: Law & Government,Life & Society,Top Stories | By: Heather Clark
San Francisco has approved a measure that utilizes taxpayer funds to pay for the sex-change operations of the uninsured, becoming the first city in the nation to do so.
The Health Commission okayed the move last week, following long talks between health officials and citizens who expressed their desire to obtain mastectomies and reconstruction of their reproductive organs. It was approved despite Mayor Ed Lees slashing of other city services and increased taxes due to record budget needs of $7 billion dollars.
And pretty much, whoever wins the Superbowl, nobody cares,
And pretty much, whatever the president of America says, nobody cares.
And pretty much, whoever wins the World Series, nobody cares.
Nevertheless, America remains a Great country, through innovation, risk-taking, and the belief that everyone is entitled to "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness."
For this, the day people don't care, will be the end of civilization as we know it.
Praying for your family momto6.
Go Broncos! er...49ers!
Interesting how fag town has better looking cheerleaders
I agree with Grumpy Cat...where’s Godzilla when you actually need him? A good night to troll for decent music videos on You Tube.
“Ray Lewis - convicted felon and probable murderer. Paid off families of the victims.”
I’ve never seen so many Low Information football fans in my life.
He was not convicted of anything, he plead to perjury and it’s a good thing he did.
The prosecutor had nothing on anybody and was going after the guy with the most to lose.
FYI Low Information fans....8 out of 9 witnesses stated that Lewis attempted to break up the fight.
Charges dropped...Get over it and enjoy the football game.
I am sorry to hear that...damn the selfish Obama voters. They have much blood and misery on their hands.
Is there somewhere on-line that I can watch this game?
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