Friday, February 5, 2010

Vital Viewing

Super Bowl's almost upon us. We'll all be gathered around the TV set Sunday to watch the Indianapolis Horses play the New Orleans Prophets. But there may be some of you out there who don't quite understand football. To remedy that situation, I've called upon a certain southern sheriff to explain it to you:

7 comments:

  1. Oh, Kirk, I have a thing for Andy Griffith, no matter what he's doing. That was great!

    By the way, I've never heard of this Super Bowl thing, but there's another sporting event being celebrated over at my place this weekend if you'd like to stop by.

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  2. Andy Griffith's take on football is hilarious, so understated and accurate.

    Thanks for running it past us, Kirk.

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  3. @Limes--A lot of people don't realize that Andy Griffith had a very successful career as a standup commedian before playing straight man to Don Knotts in his even more successful sitcom. "What That Was, That Was Football" was one of the first comedy records. It came out in 1953.

    @Elisabeth--I'm glad you liked it, Elisabeth. I'm also SURPRISED you liked it. I didn't think American football had made it all the way down to Australia. I'm guess I'm guilty of that typical Yankee ignorance about the rest of the world.

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  4. Bwahahahhhahhaha!

    Thanks, Kirk.

    Go Saints!

    :)

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  5. Lovely, lovely sight watching the repuke Manning get his ass handed to him.

    Yes, lovely...

    :)

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  6. I usually root for the underdog, so I'm glad New Orleans won. This year I had even more reason. If the Colts hadn't moved to Indianapolis, the Browns wouldn't have moved to Baltimore.

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