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  1. PATRIOTSFANINPA

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    Member of "Never Miss a Super Bowl Club" Cook Dies - 1440 WNFL

    Watching that commercial it was amazing that these men were able to view more than 40+ of the biggest games on this planet.

    Imagine that the cost of attending all those games with probably a weeks stay probably cost near 1/4 Million $$$$

    I wish I would have been one of those guys,but then again I would have been 3 months old in SB 1 so I wouldn't have remembered the game :)

    I'll bet he was a big Packers fan since he was from Milwaukee and a shame he could not go out in a blaze of glory had he been healthy just a little bit longer.

    R.I.P. Mr. Cook :(
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    Well now I feel somewhat guilty about laughing at Tosh.O's bit about that commercial.
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    Quitter.

    That is all.

    (And yes, I'm totally kidding in a completely insensitive way...)
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    R.I.P. , at least he got to see his packer win one last super bowl.(I assume he saw it in the hospital?) I wonder if his kids will carry on the tradition.
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    Well, that's a problem. Mastercard should start carrying his corpse to the rest of the Super Bowls. Start a new tradition.
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    Hats off to Mr. Cook and RIP.
    Just think, he was there for 2001.
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    Disable Jersey

    My wish

    The big one 3 days after the Pats win their last 21st cen SB and before tax preparation starts
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    The conditions were pretty bad in Dallas.
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    He couldnt bare to not be in the club anymore
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    79! Way too soon to go for a guy with that much vitality.

    RIP.
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