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Old 02-06-2017, 10:27 AM
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I was so so so glad there was NO BEYONCE as mentioned there might be as other sources reported (like Entertainment Tonight) where they found a line-up sheet and showed what perceived to be the Queen B performing with pyro and etc...
I for one don't like the cooter shots they both do. Its not pretty.
I was hoping Gaga would of done "On the edge of Glory'.
As for the game--it was predictable after the Falcons could not get in position for a FG in the 4th, instead got a penalty and sacked out of range.
#pathetic #neverbetonthefalcons
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.................I thought Gaga was OK and certainly classier in her way than most of the acts I have seen.

Yes. She is definitely a class act.
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Old 02-06-2017, 08:57 PM
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She has matured.
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I think Lady Gaga is just doing her thing. Johnny Cash flipped people off. John Lennon appeared nude on Rolling Stone.

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Yeah, when I saw that she has given reporters the bird I was pretty shocked. Certainly not the type of behavior you would ever see from blue blooded American boys like NASCAR drivers, country and rock and roll singers, and guys like Mickey Mantle. These kids today are out of control. Jetty Lee Lewis would be spinning in his grave (if he was dead). Wheeze. Cough cough. Where's my damm Metamucil.
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I still think Tom Petty had the best SB Halftime Show!
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Yeah, when I saw that she has given reporters the bird I was pretty shocked. Certainly not the type of behavior you would ever see from blue blooded American boys like NASCAR drivers, country and rock and roll singers, and guys like Mickey Mantle. These kids today are out of control. Jetty Lee Lewis would be spinning in his grave (if he was dead). Wheeze. Cough cough. Where's my damm Metamucil.
Amen. The sad part is, much like the NFL/NBA/MLB employing hundreds of criminals (MLB to a lesser extent, I might add; although Aroldis Chapman can go pound salt), the entertainment industry promotes this type of behavior. Our society is really screwed up because of the perpetual nature of these antics. Subject A acts like an arse in public, disregarding all manners and respect for society. Subject A then gets paid $XXXXXXXXX for such antics. Teenage Subject B witnesses these antics, sees Subject A get rich, idolizes Subject A and wants to be like them. Pre-teen Subject C sees Subject B acting like Subject A, and wants to be like Subject B because they look up to them and/or want to be like them. The cycle of crap continues.

Don't even get me started on the national media ignoring the figureheads in NASCAR, Country Music, etc., yet employing and promoting people like Lady Gaga or Beyonce, who performed a racially charged show at last year's Super Bowl. I know this board doesn't tolerate political discussions, so I will keep this short, subtle, and to the point...

We need more kids idolizing guys like Toby Keith, Trace Adkins, Shaq, Chase Elliott, and most importantly, our military members. The term "Hero" is thrown around too loosely.
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Yeah, when I saw that she has given reporters the bird I was pretty shocked. Certainly not the type of behavior you would ever see from blue blooded American boys like NASCAR drivers, country and rock and roll singers, and guys like Mickey Mantle. These kids today are out of control. Jetty Lee Lewis would be spinning in his grave (if he was dead). Wheeze. Cough cough. Where's my damm Metamucil.
At least I got it.................Pretty funny. And I'm headed for Metamucil land any year now.
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Old 02-14-2017, 07:08 PM
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I liked the halftime show.

And was only mildly surprised that Lady Gaga doing the halftime show suspended by wires had been on Simpsons a few years ago.


My ultimate halftime show can't ever happen, and couldn't have ever happened. And would have made a great opener and couldn't have happened then either.

Hendrix playing the anthem while evel knievel jumps over either a huge flag, or both teams. Or if at halftime any three or four songs plus Knievel.

There's a few guitar players who could get close now, and maybe Robbie would do the jump, but it wouldn't be quite crazy enough.

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I liked the halftime show.

And was only mildly surprised that Lady Gaga doing the halftime show suspended by wires had been on Simpsons a few years ago.


My ultimate halftime show can't ever happen, and couldn't have ever happened. And would have made a great opener and couldn't have happened then either.

Hendrix playing the anthem while evel knievel jumps over either a huge flag, or both teams. Or if at halftime any three or four songs plus Knievel.

There's a few guitar players who could get close now, and maybe Robbie would do the jump, but it wouldn't be quite crazy enough.

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This is actually an excellent idea, and it brings up a good point. Why are the halftime shows automatically musical performances? Get Cirque Du Soleil out there, or some crazy magician out there.
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