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Saturday, 10 January 2009


Brother of Cathy

Well, during the BCS game on January 8th, where the "other" Oklahoma team (the U of O Sooners) played, their band played Pinball Wizard during Halftime. Whole song, including the "I thought I was the Bally table king" part.

Too bad Florida won that one.

ed (from Yuma)

I love it. People like parties so much that we get together with nearly complete strangers to eat, drink, talk, have fun for all kinds of reasons.

Friends of mine, who have probably never watched a football game in 20 years, throw a gigantic Super Bowl party (or Supper Bowl, as they call it) just because it is a great occasion to eat and socialize.

Grat report, and yeah, too bad about Michigan this year.


That roast looks good! Do you have any photos of it sliced? I'd imagine 135 was medium rare? (I'm somewhat inexperienced with cooking red meat, despite living in KS for eight years.) My mouth is watering...I'll be watching the ads for a sale on rib roast.


Hey there Mister B! At least you heard a recognizeable song. The last few years the marching bands at the HB seem to be doing stuff most of us had never songs by Brittany Spears and from movies we have never gone to...although the halftime show also includes local Elementary and High School marching bands (like 100 of them) and one of the songs they played this year was "Tequila"...which was slightly disturbing-on many levels.

I like the idea of a "Supper Bowl", ed. I could see doing that. Just a reason for a party...

Hi Amy. You can click onto the thumbnails and they get larger. The photo that has the veggie tray on it also has the medium rare beef sliced up. I bet the prices for beef in Kansas are better than they are here...We used about 3 pounds of chopped garlic for 24 lbs of roast.

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