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9/7: On Wounded Knee

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kkktookmybabyaway

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8 p.m.

 

• Yeah, who needs preseason. All the good players will just get hurt anyway. (Just heard on NBC's recap show this injury is serious.)

 

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, the reigning NFL MVP, limped off the field in the first quarter of Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

 

Brady remained on the turf after he was hit in the left leg by Chiefs safety Bernard Pollard. The team announced that he had a knee injury and his return is questionable.

 

Brady had completed a 26-yard pass to Randy Moss, who fumbled the ball away when he was tackled. Backup Matt Cassel took over at the start of the next series.

 

Brady, who did not play in the preseason, was 7-for-11 for 76 yards before leaving.

 

• You know what I hate most about this commercial?

 

 

These people go to some yuppie place for dinner and they eat MACARONI AND CHEESE? I bet the bacon is what makes this dish decadent!

 

If I had to dress up for some tasting, it better be for some form of surf 'n turf.

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Yeah, that always cracked me about that commercial too. That and The Chef's facial expression when the guy announced that the pasta was delievered by Pizza Hut. He didn't appear too pleased to be going along with this little experiment.

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God I hate those commercials. The Carl's Jr. ones too. Those Burger King ones where they sold Big Macs were pretty awful too. WOW YOU FOOLED YOUR CUSTOMERS THAT SURE ENTICES ME TO GO EAT YOUR FOOD.

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I've never had the new Pizza Hut pasta things and likely never will. I've even soured on their pizza for the most part. It sucks compared to our local pizza restaurant. But you wanna talk commercials, the Geico cavemen commercials continue to kick ass.

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