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Originally Posted by eastcoast_bsc View Post
I am going to listen to the Vid of Paul Harvey discussing religion and schools.

Yesterday I watched the game with friends and we ate good food, drank some beers and had a good time. We did have a little heavy heart that the Pat's fell short.

My friends wife cooked a ton. I brought beer and wine, we had Italian pastries, baked fresh from a real and good Italian bakery outside of Boston. We also had meatballs, pull pork sandwiches, all other kinds of other good food.
And you feasted like kings on the best food. Whereas at the stadium in New Orleans it would have cost a small fortune at the concession for not nearly as wonderful a spread as that.


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ouch
Agreed. And that's not counting the cost of parking, or the concession stand that's just a wee bit cause to go; "HOW MUCH!?" And that's for 1 beer.

Then there's the fine art of patience.
Patience to get into the parking lot. Patience to get out. Patience to go pee. Patience to make your way to the 2 grand nosebleed section. And patience to sit in the dark because of a power outage that hit out of nowhere just after halftime.

Compared to all that costly fun you and your group and all of us here had the best seats in the house. And what my cable costs per month, just calculating the cost of those three hours, was worth every penny. And no nosebleed.

That's it. I'm gonna copy and paste it on my facebook status.
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Super Superbowl ad: “So God made a farmer”

From the good people at Dodge. It’s deceptively simple, and touched with a plain-spoken eloquence. Among other things, this reminds us of the pure power of words. In a media culture saturated with lightning-fast editing and digital whatnot and CGI wizardry, that’s no small thing. Remember when words mattered? This is what it was like.
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Love it!!!!! Awesome commercial. Paul Harvey rocked. I remember the other video above. I should also put it on Facebook.

[Steelers fan here - ]
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Originally Posted by WarriorAngel View Post
Love it!!!!! Awesome commercial. Paul Harvey rocked. I remember the other video above. I should also put it on Facebook.

[Steelers fan here - ]
Steelers?

Seriously though, they pack serious heat on the field. Great team. Gotta respect that Steel curtain.

Now there's next season.
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Just a side note: The Budweiser commercial featuring the baby Clydesdale was sooo cute. Especially the hug at the end.
Budweiser is having a naming contest for that colt in the commercial.
I suppose Kegger wouldn't be fitting, right?
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There is some nice photography there. Also a lot of photos of the kinds of giant farms, monoculture, and equipment that puts farmers into dep debt and ultimately pushes them off the land so their farms can be bought up by corporations and the farmer can be hired back to manage land that he doesn't own.

Wendell Berry has talked a lot about that, how those kind of huge farms, even when the owner is the one that farms them, are so big that no one can really manage them with the sensitivity to the land that a well run farm needs. There are just not enough man hours on each bit of land when you are busy at midnight in a giant tractor bringing in the huge harvests you need to pay for the tractor. How having a corporation or really anyone not living on the land as the owner results in the same issue. How a farm focused on production rather than land management is always going to end up destroying what it is meant to care for.

Somehow this message coming from Dodge seems more than a little ironic to me.
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Originally Posted by Lilly Owl View Post
Steelers?

Seriously though, they pack serious heat on the field. Great team. Gotta respect that Steel curtain.

Now there's next season.
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Just a side note: The Budweiser commercial featuring the baby Clydesdale was sooo cute. Especially the hug at the end.
Budweiser is having a naming contest for that colt in the commercial.
I suppose Kegger wouldn't be fitting, right?
Giants and Browns fan here, so I got to watch the game without concern about the outcome...by the end I was hoping SF pulled it off, though...and it was holding

I really liked the Budwiser baby Clydesdale commercial, and a few others, but have to admit I didn't care at all for the Paul Harvey commercial for three reasons. One is just that I really don't care for his voice or the fact that he presented so many urban legends as fact. I also imagine that if you take a random sample of American farmers and farm workers, the demographics would be quite different from what was shown in the commercial. Finally, in my head, farmers grow plants and ranchers raise livestock...and that commercial looked like all ranchers to me.

But then again, I'm a Browns fan, so what do I know?

Football's done now, so I'll just end with a Go Flames!
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Originally Posted by Lilly Owl View Post
Steelers?

Seriously though, they pack serious heat on the field. Great team. Gotta respect that Steel curtain.

Now there's next season.
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STEELERS! WOOT< Figured I'd beat ya to it.

Just a side note: The Budweiser commercial featuring the baby Clydesdale was sooo cute. Especially the hug at the end.
Budweiser is having a naming contest for that colt in the commercial.
I suppose Kegger wouldn't be fitting, right?
Thou art Steelers - and thou shalt win!!!!!!

I know it's written somewhere.

Born and raised in Da' Burgh.

We have been programmed from the womb...
And then we have subdued the nation and procreated - therefore - the US is officially a Steelers nation.



Troy is my favorite. Overalll a good team.
I noticed he doesnt get the 'press' for his faith like Tebow.
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Giants and Browns fan here, so I got to watch the game without concern about the outcome...by the end I was hoping SF pulled it off, though...and it was holding

I really liked the Budwiser baby Clydesdale commercial, and a few others, but have to admit I didn't care at all for the Paul Harvey commercial for three reasons. One is just that I really don't care for his voice or the fact that he presented so many urban legends as fact. I also imagine that if you take a random sample of American farmers and farm workers, the demographics would be quite different from what was shown in the commercial. Finally, in my head, farmers grow plants and ranchers raise livestock...and that commercial looked like all ranchers to me.

But then again, I'm a Browns fan, so what do I know?

Football's done now, so I'll just end with a Go Flames!
There were lots of shots of farmers in big monoculture fields.

Around here livestock comes from farms, not ranches like out west. It seems to be a function of terrain.
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Originally Posted by TheOtherHockeyMom View Post
Giants and Browns fan here, so I got to watch the game without concern about the outcome...by the end I was hoping SF pulled it off, though...and it was holding

I really liked the Budwiser baby Clydesdale commercial, and a few others, but have to admit I didn't care at all for the Paul Harvey commercial for three reasons. One is just that I really don't care for his voice or the fact that he presented so many urban legends as fact. I also imagine that if you take a random sample of American farmers and farm workers, the demographics would be quite different from what was shown in the commercial. Finally, in my head, farmers grow plants and ranchers raise livestock...and that commercial looked like all ranchers to me.

But then again, I'm a Browns fan, so what do I know?

Football's done now, so I'll just end with a Go Flames!
This is right up your alley...

Sustainable Livestock Husbandry

Sustainable Livestock Husbandrylivestock-husbandry
Learn how sustainable farms raise healthy animals using practices that benefit the environment and bolster local economies.

But lets talk about 'why' farmers raise animals - and they do.
Mainly they use the manure... 'spread it around' so to speak.
And use the animals for family use - as well as sell individually rather than ranch's that raise them for larger consumption.
It is also recommended to eat wild animal too to sustain a family. But some dont. However; eating wild is healthier.
Did you know that eating deer is better for the heart?
Although with the infiltration of coyotes in the last 5 or so years - herd numbers have drastically dropped. Actually most wild animals are healthier to eat.



AND lastly - Paul Harvey was pretty prophetic being he said all the stuff about 'if he were the devil'...in 1965.
Amazing - a lot of the stuff we see today - he spoke about - was unheard of in 1965.
Just think about it and if you need any examples - go back and listen - 99% of what he said wasnt happening in 65.
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Not my alley, but good info nonetheless.
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