Busting Super Bowls Myth

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  1. axman40

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    At halftime of today's Super Bowl, it's OK to flush the toilet.
    Though not a national or religious holiday, Super Bowl Sunday is a national institution in its own right, and like many holidays it has developed its own special lore. OK, so they're not Santa or the Easter Bunny, but here in no particular order are the most frequently cited game day legends, according to the authoritative urban legend-busting Web site Snopes.com.

    http://www.statesman.com/sports/content/sports/stories/other/02/04/4supermyths.html

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  2. Tulip

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    Fun read.

    Justice was on the radio earlier this week refuting the Doug Williams "how long have you been a black quarterback?" story. His version of the story was that someone asked Williams "when did race become a factor?" and Williams responded, "how long have I been a black quarterback?"
     
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    I'm going to do it all today.
    I'm going to buy Microsoft stock with my SuperBowl winnings, I'm going to eat two avacados, and flush the toilet 4 times during half-time. And, I think that I remember when Doug Williams was a white quarter back.
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