Shufflin' Crew Returns


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  • funny

  • Good to see them, but boy have they aged! Miss Walter too!

  • that's fresh.

    btw, only about 2 semi funny ads, the rest were soooo lame. pretty dissapointing all told.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I liked that one with one of the Golden girls, and the Letterman/Leno one was pretty funny.

  • Eh, I thought the overall quality of the Super Bowl Ads was only so-so. WAY t0o many guys with no pants, for sure.

  • AND it's sad because that's the only way we're going to see any BEARS in trhe Super Bowl for the foreseeable future under the current regime.

  • totally agree with that al. yuck.

    the snickers betty white and abr bagoda one was pretty funny.... and the etrade baby ones are always favorites.

  • Momma's Boy Otis still looks like he could strap on a hemlet and lay some wood.

  • Was that the only commercial that wasn't for Bud Light or a CBS television show?

    Did anyone else notice that? There seemed to be a lot of ads for CBS shows, a lot more than in most Super Bowls. So I wonder if CBS was unable to sell commercial space.

  • Up here we don't get the same commercials. What about that halftime show? I've got to admit I've never like The Who (I was in my late teens/early 20's in their heyday) and time has not improved them. Good for them for getting a BIG payday but it was pretty brutal to watch. Any Who fans out there feel differently? Not trying to start a fight or anything.

    Great Game. I thought the Colts would wax 'em. Shows what I know! I was happy for the team and the city.

    Go Bears!

  • I thought the Who performance was weak. It was pretty text book..nothing exciting about it at all I also thought the new version of the Superbowl Shuffle was terrible, but I would never hate on those guys for cashing a check. I wouldve done it too!

  • BTW, did anyone else notice that when things go awry, Peyton Manning's body language looks remarkably like Jay Cutler's?
    So the critics / pundits / experts can please just shutthehellup about bagging on Cutler for that anymore.

    Also did you notice that after the killer "pick six", Mr. Manning went right over and had a chat with Reggie Wayne? What do you bet he didn't say "Nice route you ran there, Reg".

  • Is that a Basset Hound, DM?

  • CanadaBear, THE WHO performance was touched on mightily in the previous thread.

    Here's a reprint of most of what was said:

    MaddBearFan said:
    Well the WHO sounded pretty good, would much rather have seen Anne Hathaway or Megan Fox and pray for a wardrobe malfunction! YES!!!!!!

    Then Murph said:
    OUCH Madd...The sound on your tv ok? Your the only one of many I heard from that thought that.

    Then, MaddBearFan said:
    They were better than the Stones...Time for some of these guys to retire! Having to listen to the game on the radio!

    Then, I said:
    ...MaddBear, I m' with Murph. Watched the game at my brother's with his 5.1 surround sound system. The WHO was HIDEOUS!
    They are one of my Wife's all-time favorite groups and she said she felt so embarrassed for them she wanted to just crawl under her chair.

    And FINALLY I said:

    Not to pile on, Maddbear, but saying The WHO sounded better than the STONES is like saying dog crap smells better that cat shit.

  • In reply to Albertintucson:

    Thanks Al. I watched the game at a bar yesterday and pretty much missed the post.

    Go Bears!

  • She's a pit bull/American bulldog mix...shes a beast, but extremely nice....

    and YES! thats a great point about Mannings body language....

  • Oh, I see it now, Dm. I mistook whatever is behind her head for long ears. We have 2 Bassets which, I consider the equivalent of THREE other dogs. I also think Basset is French or something for "Goat".

  • If you go to there is a much much longer version of the ad. Otis Wilson's verse is pretty hysterical

  • DMB, very cute pup. Al, for some reason you seem like a Basset type... even though I don't know anything but your prose.

    You guys should try an English Bull Terrorist (Terrier) - the dog Patton had and the platoon leader on the TV show 'Ba Ba Blacksheep' also had one. Jebus, one of my two little beasts is the trouble of 5 'normal' dogs. Nightmarish destroyers of all they come into contact with (they can chew through concrete

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    btw, not mine, just an example from the web.

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    Oh yeah, and back to football... how cool is this:

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    MB... Nice pic!!!

    Two things;
    First I thought I may have played against Payton in High School but relaized he was not part of the division I was in. Damn would of been nice for those memories.

    Second I had thought he was a part of the replacements for the Bears and then Wiki'ed him and sure enough he was! Even though he was a scab as some may say..he still put the Navy Bllue and Burnt Orange on and is still a part of the family even though it maybe a second cousin..Someway I was going to find it coming back to this franchise.

  • In reply to nicholsra:

    Not only was he a scab on the Bears (but who can blame him, it's dicks like Howie Long that had no excuse), but he played QB for the Leicester Panthers. They were pretty good for an English team as I recall.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I played against Gary Fencik in High School. He for Barrington, me for McHenry. They pummeled us every game, but when he was a Sr and I a Jr, I cheap shotted him with a hit out of bounds after he picked off our QB. My claim to fame...

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    I went to Barrington. Fencik came to alot of out quarterback club meetings. I was surprised how average his size was. That guy was great on the field though. The Bears weren't that good back then but our db's were studs. I graduated in 82.

  • In reply to SpawnOfDitka:

    Did he pat you on the ass?

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    OK.....Back to Blogfathers thread...WHY OH WHY????? That imagery of a leapord skin thong.. EEEEEEEEWWWWWW....That will be burnt into my retina's for sometime blogfather why would you do that to us????????

    It's bad enough imagery to see LDL look at the Jumbotron as lame imagery....hey wait next time lets see if the tech guys can show that on the next time LDL looks up at the Jumbotron..and hopefully get some other than the Stoic(assmunch look)on his face.

  • Thanks MB-

    The EBTs are like lightning in a bottle. They are great dogs...

    Im a huge fan of basset neighbor has one and they play together all the time...

  • I've got a Havanese (part of the Bichon family). 10 lbs of love. She's like a nice cat without the agenda.

    Go Bears!

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    Canada... my buddies wife has one of those things. I give him plenty of guff for it, especially when his wife makes him walk it. My other buddy and I drove by him walking it one time and we followed him just shelling him about it.

    I felt like a complete Neanderthal meathead for doing it afterwards, but my Jebus we were crying with laughter during. It is a really sweet dog though.

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  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Totally understand. It's a complete woosie dog but I'm totally whipped. Oh well. It is a chick magnet of the highest order.

    Go Bears!

  • In reply to CanadaBear: got that right..sad to say

  • Doc-

    That sucks. I have only owned Pits, so absolutely I would boycott the Bears if they ever signed Vick. That guy it a huge piece of garbage...if you actually read the court documents, some of the things they did to those dogs is inexcusable. Im not animal rights activist or anything, but what the fuck was wrong with that dude...

  • I keep getting emails about Mock Draft's for 2010 and it sucks not to see us on the list. Yes. I know our first rounders have been SHIT! for sometime, it's just hard to swallow. And I know that JC is really our first rounder for this year, and he WILL BE SPECIAL for us. But it would of been nice to us in that mix.

  • lately, aren't ALL Bears' drafts "mock" drafts, at least with #1s?

  • Sorry to hear that Doc. Terriers are cool. My aunt had to put down her Jack Russell of 15 years on a Christmas day. Two burglars broke into the house one day when it was just my granny in the house, they beat him within an inch of his life but he didn't quit, he bit them until he couldn't move anymore. Then the burglars just ran, there was blood everywhere. Tough little rat bastards.

    As for Vick, he's paid his dues. If we draw the line at employing players who have not been kind to dogs, what do we do with the wife-beaters and rapists in the NFL ? And there's a lot of them. G*ddam Warren Sapp. Big man. Tough man. Can't hold his liqor and hits women. He deserves a snooker ball in a sock upsides the head and then some. I don't know Doc, the league is approximately 20% criminals. Knock it down to misdemeanours and it's a much higher number. These guys aren't all nice as pie and I don't expect them to be. Violent drunkards, spousal battery, rape - they're animals, bred like Vixck's dogs to do one thing : whatever they feel like doing. It's like that saying : Soccer is a gentlemanly game played by beasts, Rugby is a beastly game played by gentlemen, and American Football is a beastly game played by beasts. What's more important ? Our women ... or dogs ? Pit bulls are illegal where I come from. And in Korea/China, dogs are a food source and not kept as pets. Westerners place a higher cultural value on dogs, that's all.

    Having said taht, I don't think we need a QB, cos Cutler will never ever get injured. Ever.

    How would you guys feel about Stallworth coming to the Bears ? Actually KILLED someone, although has paid his dues to society also - Florida adjudging a human life to be worth 24 days or whatever ...

  • In reply to IrishBearsFan:

    Sweetness I have to disagree bigtime. I look to the Bible for instructions in this realm in context. There is only one who can truly offer forgiveness of sins. Every knee will bow before our Lord one day.

  • Another reason he's one of the greatest spoons of all time. I'll bet Cutler pisses all over Manning's post-season 'achievements' when all is said and done ... provided Ginnie buys the farm this year ....

  • In reply to IrishBearsFan:

    Manning is a bigger whiny bitch than 95% of the QBs in the league; unfortunately, he's also smarter than 95% of them.

  • In reply to IrishBearsFan:

    I'd drive to Halas Hall and drop a big steaming turd in the lawn if they signed Vick.
    That guy is, was, and always will be a psychopath. You cannot do the things that he did to those dogs once, much less repeatedly, without having something seriously wrong with your brain.
    Stallworth, of the two, did something stupid and inexcusable, but he did not systematically torture and kill animals for his pleasure. He also didn't make a systematic effort to hide the accident. Two TOTALLY different types of behavior as far as I'm concerned.
    I am the proud owner of two French Bulldogs - one of them is tough and mean as a 25-lb alligator, and the other one is as smart and mean as a 30-lb marshallow sandwich. They're not my daughter, but I love 'em to pieces.
    God bless the little dogs.

    The commercial was absolutely classic. It was a ray of sunshine in the midst of a sea of pantsless commercials. In fact, the only one that I thought was close was the little kid with the Doritos.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    MBP, dude, I forgot about that one. I fucking busted up when that cute little kid smacked the shit outta that guy. Funny as hell.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    Classic. I love the waffle... but why a waffle for god's sake????

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I agree - if anything, Ditka would show up on a polish sausage.

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    I never got into the details of that case, I guess it's gorier than I would have expected. Whenever I hear of a footballer getting caught up in something unpleasant, I generally don't want to know - so I filtered out Vick. It's hard to top O.J's story. After reading NFL : Pros and cons, nothing would surprise me. Dennis Green is a very bad man by the way. The Vikings facility was not a nice place to work if you were a young female. Good place to play ball if you were a 'wild one' as a player ... ole Dennis was very forgiving to his players' 'transgressions'.

    So here's the crux - Vick would get passed over on a majority basis on this board I'd say ? What about Stallworth ? Wouldn't he be a free signing ? Is the fact that he was drunk when he committed his crime a redeemer for him ? Would you like to see Stallworth opposite Shabba ? Would Jerry Angelo ? Martz will regularly use 4 receivers if he goes by past actions (Olsen on the bench, sweet), so the midget kids get a good look in for all those who are wet in the pants for our diminutive roster of ball-catching dwarves. Martz may actually find uses for our merry band of stumpy slot children. But we need another bookend for Shabba, bigtime. Stallworth isn't it at 6'0, and he's forever had problems with hamstrings. Think of Cutler, Olsen, Urlacher showing Stallworth the Chicago Night life ... the night ends ... and the designated driver jokes start ....

  • In reply to IrishBearsFan:

    Vick methodically beat dogs to death with a shovel, hung them over tree branches to slowly suffocate, shot them, drowned them to death by holding them under water with someone else holding their legs, and swung them by the legs against the ground until they were literally beaten to death. The dog fighting itself is rather tame compared to the execution of the dogs. I think it takes a psychopath to do those things, not least because court testimony indicated he got a "high" off of killing them.

    That's the type of culture that the Vikings have fostered for the last 20 years - and one of the many reasons I hate them, versus disliking the Packers.
    And you're right - it started with Denny Green and flourished under Tice. The current roster seems more boneheaded than assholish (see McKinnie and his string of DUIs), unlike years past, just like their Head Coach.
    For football reasons, as well as his record, I don't think the Bears would go after Stallworth either. I could be wrong but I don't see it either way. Like you said, he's injury prone and short - and we have plenty of other slot receivers on the roster that have trouble reaching the top shelf in the fridge.

    OJ should be rotting in jail somewhere but rich guys usually catch the breaks.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    By "that's the type of culture", I was referring to your description of the Dennis Green years, not Vick. I should've switched those paragraphs around.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    He is now.

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    Football related. Kind of. Man, I wish I was in Bourbon Street after that game, still drinkin' ... couple years younger ....

  • In reply to IrishBearsFan:

    I guarantee you that the season ticket seats around #9 and #10 (Saints) are the subject of a bidding war. The camera guys have shown her a couple of times. Ayiyiyiyiyiyi.

  • In reply to IrishBearsFan:

    McCheapsky BRING BACK THE "HONEY BEARS"!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    I think Manning's displeasure Stover's miss was with his head coach, Jim Caldwell, for deciding to attempt it. I think Peyton knew that trying that kick from 50+ yards with THE OLDEST PLAYER TO EVER APPEAR IN A SUPER BOWL was ill-advised and they'd have been better served to either go for the first down or pooch-punt.

    Frankly, as ballsey and momementum-changing as the on-side kick was, I think that missed field goal was just as big. It was equivalent to a turnover and gave the Saints excellent field position.

    In the battle of coaches Sunday, Jim Caldwell should have been in one of those "no pants" commercials because he definitely got PANTSED by Sean Payton.

  • I love it. You come on to comment about whatever Jeff's thought for the day is ... and end up reading everyone's dog stories or whatever. DBB is my Huffington post.

    At first I thought #50 looked like Dez Clarke and then I noticed everyone is wearing #50. Nice. But why weren't they wearing #34 ? McMahon's the highlight for me. Coming out on a scooter was a nice touch, and seeing his ass in a thong was quite wrong indeed ...

  • Not defending Vick for a second, man. He broke the law in a way that ires dog lovers. In his own country - so he needed to pay. We don't need to like our players, I don't like Urlacher - but he's my middle linebacker and I wouldn't swap him except for maybe Patrick Willis. Come to think, nah fuck him, he paid his time, he can live the rest of his life out somewhere else - I'll go with diabetes boy and ..... Bassanez/Hanie ? Hmmmm ...

    That is a tough one one man ....



  • And there's something wrong with this jersey...

  • If you raise your dog mean ... that should be a movie title ! Agreed, it's like branding a race for the sins of a few. Although half of all fatal dog attacks in the U.S. are Pit Bull 'type' breeds. What the hell does that mean ? type ? A bit vague, but there you are. Guns ? Man, even the cops in GB & Ireland don't have guns (narcs carry Glocks and Uzis in Eire). And they're dangerous things in anyone's hands my friend. Look cool though :o)

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