Here’s what the Superbowl means to me.

1. – For one day out of the year, we can go anywhere we want without a crowd or a wait for a table.

2. – Eleven more days until pitchers and catchers report.

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Dave Slusher is a blogger, podcaster, computer programmer, author, science fiction fan and father. Member of the Podcast Hall of Fame class of 2022.

8 thoughts on “Superbowl”

  1. Eddie Dickey says:

    …and John Smoltz back for another season with the Braves.

  2. mike dunn says:

    it’s usually a great day on the slopes too – minimal liftlines 🙂

  3. Hearing Peter Gammon say the words “pitchers and catchers report” gives me goosebumps every year.

    I always like the Superbowl because that means I dont have to hear too much about the National Felony League for awhile.

  4. Derek says:

    For the past two weeks, it has been the lead story on every newscast here in Detroit. Be happy you’re far far away from it. The second most overrated day of the year.

  5. gray says:

    my kinda guy, dave.

  6. Chris C. says:

    3. CBS will stop bumping 60 Minutes for football games running long. Oh wait, now there’s golf and nonstop TigerWatch.

    4. Fox will quit screwing with their schedule and settle down (just kidding).

    Skiing! Brilliant idea! Too bad I can’t get the S.O. to ski …

  7. Ed Kohler says:

    Superbowl? No thanks. Who’s even playing this year?

    Look out for the Twins this year.

  8. tiltededge says:

    I don’t understand that they get paid millions yet they have to shower together not that there is anything wrong with it if that is their personal preference.

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