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    Posted: 31 Jan 2018 at 9:30am
Although I won't be watching the game, I intend to have my snacks. The usual Guacamole dip with potato chips and taco chips. Ground beef taco meat to go with the chips. Hebrew National all beef baby hot dogs. Slider buns with the trimmings. Mild chicken wings baked and then fried crisp. The Sister inlaw and Nephew will be going nuts over the Patriots good or bad fortune. The dogs and I will snack and enjoy the vicious exchanges and accusations. Channel surfing until we find something we can watch and listen to on the ear phones.

What are you going to be doing?


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Probably watching a movie and, sadly, not enjoying any of those delicious sounding snacks you described.  So, enjoy your feast.  I'm not a bit envious . . . well, not much anyway. Wink


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Maybe watch the Superbowl Commercials on Youtube.com?  Wacko


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Alas oh great one. The snacks will be consumed by the younger watchers. I am allowed to make it, keep the bowls full and even sample very small amounts. However any real indulgence will not be allowed by those in charge. I shall languish among the smells, especially the pork shoulder which should be exiting the smoker around 4:30 Sunday. It is currently in a real clay crock and marinating. Enjoying the 38 degree climate in back porch refrigerator. 
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After reading the Sunday paper and crossword I'll likely veg out. No Stupor Bowl for me. Next week might include surgery to repair the massive tear to my rotator cuff. Massive is their words not mine. So, I may be distracted by the weekend.
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Brother inlaw has a massive tear in his rotor cup also. He got so dehydrated by the flu, he took a bad fall when he passed out. Now he has surgery to look forward to. If you even suspect you have the flu, get checked out instead of toughing it out.
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My slip was related to snow. A week later I took a dive on the ice covered street. I just can't win. Both got the left shoulder.
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For all you who live up in the snow/ice belt, (I don't) it might be time to go get a set of golf shoes, with metal spikes. That way you won't need to take the advice. You may pull down your pants, but you won't slide on the ice. LOL
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Originally posted by JrKrup, Skimmer JrKrup, Skimmer wrote:

For all you who live up in the snow/ice belt, (I don't) it might be time to go get a set of golf shoes, with metal spikes. That way you won't need to take the advice. You may pull down your pants, but you won't slide on the ice. LOL
Good luck on finding any metal-spiked golf shoes, lol. They've been banned on most US golf courses since the 1990's. Golf cleats nowadays are plastic. My experience with with them in cold and icy or frosty conditions is that they are effective in forming 1" ice balls on each of the half dozen cleats on each shoe after trekking down frosty fairways. One might as well have ice skates on. Wink
Getting serious, crampons are probably the best option for skid-proofing footwear in ice and snow.
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Clampons triggered a thought. How about those you use to fish rock jetties. And I recall using felt on the boot soles to stop slipping.
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