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    Re: The Boss Will Be at the Super Bowl

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    "Marrdro" wrote:

    Wow, talk about sticking with the old dudes.
    Still like some of his stuff though.
    ;D

    Old? I think they are all young when you compare them to the Stones performing.
    Yup.
    The Rolling Bones are in their 60's, with drummer Charlie Watts past 65

    Two questions;

    How old is Keith Richards?

    How old does Keith Richards look?
    64

    164

    Im bet he's pickled enough inside to be already embalmed

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    Re: The Boss Will Be at the Super Bowl

    Getting back on topic, when I saw the thread title, I couldn't help but wonder if they meant this Boss:



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    Re: The Boss Will Be at the Super Bowl

    nothing against the boss, I think Seger should be doing the
    halftime show. I would expect it to be a this to be pretty good as well.
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    Re: The Boss Will Be at the Super Bowl

    "MetalMike-LoudVike" wrote:
    nothing against the boss, I think Seger should be doing the
    halftime show. I would expect it to be a this to be pretty good as well.
    Ahhhhh, the "Silver Bullet Band".
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    Re: The Boss Will Be at the Super Bowl

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    [quote author=Marrdro link=topic=47011.msg818633#msg818633 date=1218556584]

    Wow, talk about sticking with the old dudes.
    Still like some of his stuff though.
    ;D

    Old? I think they are all young when you compare them to the Stones performing.
    Yup.
    The Rolling Bones are in their 60's, with drummer Charlie Watts past 65
    Two questions;

    How old is Keith Richards?

    How old does Keith Richards look?
    64

    164
    Im bet he's pickled enough inside to be already embalmed
    [/quote]

    Ever see that Simpson's episode where they figure out that Mr. Burns is being kept alive through a perfect balance of having contracted every disease known to man? That's pretty much exactly what has happened to Keith Richards, except that instead of diseases he has found the perfect balance of drugs, nicotine, and alcohol so that he will live forever.

    Keith Richards is actually 374 years old and he is my dad.

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    Re: The Boss Will Be at the Super Bowl

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    [quote author=singersp link=topic=47011.msg818890#msg818890 date=1218587229]

    [quote author=Marrdro link=topic=47011.msg818633#msg818633 date=1218556584]

    Wow, talk about sticking with the old dudes.
    Still like some of his stuff though.
    ;D

    Old? I think they are all young when you compare them to the Stones performing.
    Yup.
    The Rolling Bones are in their 60's, with drummer Charlie Watts past 65

    Two questions;

    How old is Keith Richards?

    How old does Keith Richards look?
    64

    164

    Im bet he's pickled enough inside to be already embalmed
    [/quote]

    Ever see that Simpson's episode where they figure out that Mr. Burns is being kept alive through a perfect balance of having contracted every disease known to man? That's pretty much exactly what has happened to Keith Richards, except that instead of diseases he has found the perfect balance of drugs, nicotine, and alcohol so that he will live forever.

    Keith Richards is actually 374 years old and he is my dad.
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    didn't they decide that if you live in a city the rolling stones toured in, you have a 1 in 5 chance that he is your dad?

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    Re: The Boss Will Be at the Super Bowl

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    He's no Tom Petty, should be good though.
    +1

    I don't think any act could top last year's show.
    Watching Paint dry?
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    Re: The Boss Will Be at the Super Bowl

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    Not a fan overall, but should be able to sit through 2-3 songs.
    Like its going to matter at the PPO Vikings Super Bowl Party 8)

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    Re: The Boss Will Be at the Super Bowl

    Anyone who speaks poorly of The Boss doesn't know what they are talking about. This is going to be an awesome halftime show.

    This is two years in a row... I'm glad to see they are lining up actual TALENT to play the Super Bowl now... not just pop stars from the cover of Rolling Stone (and to think, that used to be a respectable publication...)
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    Re: The Boss Will Be at the Super Bowl

    "Garland" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "jmcdon00" wrote:
    He's no Tom Petty, should be good though.
    +1

    I don't think any act could top last year's show.
    Watching Paint dry?

    :P Sorry not a big Tomm petty Fan. I respect him as a musician but just not a fan.
    Tom Petty isn't my favorite singer either, but the performance was amazing.
    Better than any performance I have seen at halftime in a long time, maybe ever.
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