Skip to comments.The ***OFFICIAL*** Friday/Saturday Night Singles' Thread (Feb. 3 & 4 )
Posted on 02/03/2006 5:25:00 PM PST by apackof2
Are you ready for some football?
I thought we could have our own pre-game party!
So if ya dont know much about the SuperBowl or football well heres a chance to learn
If youre a football/SuperBowl expert, well heres your chance to educate us novices!
This is a thread for singles, not a thread about the misery of singleness -- no moping allowed! :-)
1. Including 2002, how many Super Bowls have been played in New Orleans?
2. What is the current cost of Super Bowl rings?
3. Who makes the Super Bowl Trophy?
4. How many times has Tampa hosted the Super Bowl?
5. Super Bowl I was played in what year and city?
6. Garth Brooks performed the national anthem at which Super Bowl?
7. This Super Bowl III MVPs team was a 17-point underdog going into the game.
8. What team won back-to-back Super Bowls in 1973 & 1974?
9. The 2005 Super Bowl will be played in what Florida city?
10.Which of the following performers has not performed the national anthem at a Super Bowl?
Barry Manilow Marvin Gaye US Air Force Academy Chorale Tom Jones
11.Super Bowl V saw two firsts in its award of the game MVP. What were they?
12. Bands from FSU & UofF played at the same Super Bowl.
Project: Ford Field, Home of the Detroit Lions, Inc.
Location: Detroit, Mich.
Address: 2000 Brush St., Detroit, MI 48226
Main Phone: (313) 262-2000
Sports use: Professional Football, Other Sports
Cost: $500 Million
Entertainment use: Concerts, Conventions, Tradeshows, Other
First scheduled game: Detroit Lions vs. Pittsburgh Steelers, Preseason; August 24, 2002
Construction schedule: 32 months
Completion date: August 2002
*yawns* I'm tired
Detroit... is home to the Motown sound founded by Berry Gordy Jr. in 1957
installed the first mile of paved concrete road, just north of the Model T plant, on Woodward Avenue between McNichols and 7 Mile Roads in 1909
installed the countrys first traffic light in 1915 in downtown Detroit
built the nations first urban freeway, the Davison, in 1942
is home to the oldest state fair in the nation, first held in 1849
is the potato chip capital of the world, based on consumption
features the nations oldest freshwater aquarium, located on Belle Isle Park
has countrys largest island park within a city Belle Isle Park
is home to the worlds only floating post office, the J.W. Westcott II, can be found on the Detroit River
is north of Canada
is home to the largest flower-bedding market in the world Eastern Market
is second in the nation in fishing rod sales
shares the worlds first auto traffic tunnel between two nations the Detroit/Windsor Tunnel
is home to the second tallest hotel in North America the Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center, at 73 stories
is the true home of the Boston Cooler
is also home to Vernors ginger ale, Sanders hot fudge, Better Made Potato Chips, Faygo soda pop, Strohs Ice Cream
receives freighters from over 100 world ports on the Detroit River
has the most registered bowlers in the United States
was the first city in the nation to assign individual telephone numbers in 1879
founded the worlds first convention bureau in 1896
has more theater seats than any other city, east of the Mississippi River, outside New York City
Well, I did my best.
1/2 cup beer
1/4 tsp. Tabasco sauce
1 lb. process cheese spread loaf, cut into cubes
Mix all ingredients in 1-2 quart slow cooker. Cover and
cook on HIGH for 40 minutes until cheese melts. Stir until mixture is smooth. Scrape down cooker sides.
Turn heat to LOW. Dip will hold for 4 hours if you stir it occasionally.
Look at what I found in Post #8!
Me too, I'll be in & out, checking on thread
Good evening, all!
Better Made Potato chips live up to their name!
Just sitting here on hold with Norton/Symantec....trying to kill my firewall.
If I make it back, I'd love to check out a game at Ford Field. I know that the city is largely a sh-thole and makes the Bronx look like Beverly Hills, but I'm sure there are other interesting things to see in the area.
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