Soup or Salad Preview

Are you ready for some sporting games?

Hello dear reader(s)!

As you may or may not be aware, tomorrow is a large sporting event of some kind.  Apparently one team is going to play another team to be crowned the World Champions of a league with no teams outside the US.

In this here blog-type-thing’s never-ending quest to educate, enlighten, and entertain you, my dear reader(s), I will be giving you a handy preview of this game of sports in a manner consistent with that league’s protection of their trademarked terms.  No accounts of any game will be provided, because that is prohibited without express written consent of the league.

My prediction is that the one team will beat the other team by a number of points.

The main person for the other team, despite his alleged HGH use, is simply not the main person for teams that he used to be.

The main person for the one team is probably going to be given a special honor based on his importance.

The defenders are good from both the one team, and the other team.

I do not think the one team will cover the spread of points given by odds makers in the one city where gambling is well-known, although maybe they will. 

There will be commercials during the sporting event.

People will cheer for the one team and there will be people cheering for the other team.

People will watch all or part of the sporting game on television.

And my most important prediction?

I’ll have the salad.

Featured image courtesy D. Searls via Wikipedia commons via Flickr


Author: Josh Wrenn

Cancer survivor, wanna-be artist, musician, author, and all around good guy.

25 thoughts on “Soup or Salad Preview”

  1. Gah. Is that stupid sport thing tomorrow? Already? Everyone in my city is still sucking the pigskin of the guy who used to play here even though he’s in cahoots with that malevolent pos pizza tool. I will probably finish a book. I don’t think I’m having salad. I kinda need to shop and I’m not doin in on the weekend. Maybe pancakes and berries — oh and bacon for the people. I dunno. Enjoy your salad 🙂

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  2. I must be really out of the loop. What is this sporting event of which you speak? I take it, it is to be held in San Francisco, which is just up the way from us. Commercials? Doesn’t everyone hate commercials? We don’t have cable so I guess we will miss all the fun 🙂

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      1. No, I don’t understand football, and I can think of a million other things I would rather be doing. Although – the Superbowl snackies look appealing, but certainly are not good for a person trying to minimize carbs. I think I will just watch the clothes agitate in the washer instead. Are you going to watch it?

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  3. Lol that just about sums up my understanding of it Josh. From what I could tell the year I was in the States and at a SB Party, there were parties and gatherings at some people’s places and others couldn’t give a flying rats arse. Some people sing along with the national anthem and others just hope for a wardrobe malfunction! The kiwis at the party, I was at came prepared with the words and stood up to sing but Christina Aguliera forgot to bring her words along and stuffed it up! People eat and talk their way through the game and get super quiet and concentrated when the ad come on, oh and the corndogs whatever the hell they are were pretty good at the party I was at!

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    1. Good corndogs were good and make me sad I don’t eat that anymore! But also happy because I don’t eat that anymore!
      Yeah, I used to love football. I used to go to Super Bowl parties. I do remember when Christina Aguliera forgot the words! That was funny. We never got quiet during the game, but we wouldn’t talk about anything but the game when they were actually playing it.

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  4. Ah, the bowl Whose Name Shall Not be Spoken! Punctuated with paeans to consumerism at $5 million a pop. Held by the league that would rather you not talk about its socialistic business model. Revered by many, who have no idea about the league’s nefarious ways, and who would argue most stridently, vociferously and spittle-flyingly against these facts. Only in America. Land of the Sheep and Home of the Wave. Enjoy your salad. Fresh ground pepper?

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    1. Scary? I know it would make me uncomfortable, but crowds make me uncomfortable in general. Back when I really liked football, I was a Raider fan, and I saw the battle of the bay in Oakland in the year they last went to the superbowl. (9ers won by 1 point.) It was very fun, because of the rabid fans. There were plenty of 9er fans among the sea of silver and black, but there was only trash-talk, no violence or anything.

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      1. Ha! Yes, the Bay Area fans- Oakland and S.F. are die-hards through and through. Lots of trash-talking all the time… which would have been much worse it either team had made the S.B.
        The ‘event this weekend; the ‘Super Bowl City’ experience was insane. I’d promised myself I’d stay away during ‘peak’ hours, but ended up getting diverted and had to walk through to get my train. I’m usually pretty good at navigating crowds. I’m a fast walker and something of a ‘ninja’ when I want to be, but when ninety percent of a massive crowd is engaged with their phones while walking… aghhhhhh!!! Scary barely covers it.

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