It Takes A Big Man To Admit He Is Wrong

Dated: 02/03/2014

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Well, in a previous posting, I predicted that Seattle and Denver would win their division championships and that Denver would go on to win the Superbowl. Unless you are a bear hibernating for the winter, and might I say, this winter that’s not a bad idea, you now know that the Seattle Seahawks won big time over the Denver Broncos. Two out of three predictions aren’t bad. I believe that’s a better record than Punxsutawney Phil. Of course he saw his shadow and 6 more weeks of fun stuff. Originally from western PA and now in NJ for nearly 30 years, I believe I’ve reached the point of not enjoyed the aches and pains associated with cold temps and moving snow around. I’ve been telling people that my “snow bird” wings are beginning to grow. I don’t know how long the transformation will take, but warmer climates are beckoning. Now that I’ve gone totaling off subject, let’s get back to me saying, " I was wrong". Thanks to the Seahawks, I’m eating crow. For the record, in north Jersey this football season, the Seahawks 63 the brothers Manning 8. Ouch.

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