Monday, January 25, 2010

Who Dat?

Let me begin by saying I am not a football fan. I was born without the team gene. But...

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Hey! The Saints won! They're going to the Super Bowl! I didn't watch the game but I knew the instant they won because the entire city errupted into a roar that lasted about an hour, complete with fireworks. This battered, bedraggled, clinically depressed place just got a much-needed boost. There used to be a saying around town, that hell would freeze over before the Saints went to the Super Bowl. Well...

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(Thanks to Sphinx Ink for the image).

7 comments:

orannia said...

Congrats!

Lainey said...

At long last! Positive news for New Orleans! Maybe this is the beginning of a lot of good to come.

Charles Gramlich said...

I was fascinated by the fact that there was a roar heard across the entire city. That's just amazing!

Steve Malley said...

If the Vikings were gonna lose to somebody, I'm glad it was New Orleans!

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Steve Malley said...

And I just heard the Saints won! Way to go!!!