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... reason it felt like a deal to spend a few bucks to lose in some of the carnival games like the ring toss game (I guess this phenomenon helps explain why poor people still spend money on lottery tickets even though the odds are so small that they will ever win). Anyways we threw ring after ring using every technique from shooting it like air-cherry to throwing a line drive (like Mrs. Sezual (from our 8th grade faculty vs students basketball game)). Of course ...
Stepped out to the shopping worlds most celebrated street Rodeo Drive. Anna ate gelato and I happily walked the streets looking at some beautiful cars (rolls rouses). I also had a look at a Ferrari shop that had 14 of them in it, very cool. We then did the Beverly Hills thing and got our picture taken ...
... We wondered about what had happened - but put it down to "America". We whiled away the afternoon in our room - watching the scenery pass us by. I took this time to write (then rewrite) previous entries for this Blog. Every couple of hours, the train made an extended stop: they call them "smoke breaks". We would take these times to get off the train and get some fresh air. At one point, I went exploring the train to see what other facilities were about. ...
... Katie Perry put on an awesome performance that brought the 'house-down'. Given the money and fan-base in American Football, it was certainly bigger and better than anything I've ever seen at an AFL or NRL Grand Final.
After a few more drinks with the few locals at my table, and learning a bit more about the game, I wandered back to the Hotel for an early night. It was exciting to see the Superbowl but I still don't understand the game much...LOL!
... good seats, with Alx on the aisle, and were about half way up the seats, above the cameras. The show itself was awesome, and I got to see one of my favorite comedians, Dana Carvey. I remember as a kid, my comedic idols were Dana and Jim Carrey. Between Dana's impressions and Jim's antics, I imitated them constantly and was often told that I reminded people of them. Back then, it really didn't mean a lot to me, but looking ...
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