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February 7, 2010

The Moderately On-Topic Super Bowl Post

by Brad Warbiany

In my attempts to bring Purdue into every conversation — BTW did you know that Drew Brees is a Boilermaker? — I often stretch things a bit to include sports discussions here at The Liberty Papers.

But here’s a good example of someone who dragged politics into a sports discussion, and one VERY perceptive Indianapolis Colt:

“He’s just got that look about him, like, I’m gonna take everything you own.”

Yes, yes he will.

Hat Tip: Liberty Maven

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  1. [...] H/t to the Liberty Papers. [...]

    Pingback by The Crossed Pond » The Indianapolis Colts: #2 in Football, #1 in Anti-Fed Advocacy — February 8, 2010 @ 11:53 am

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