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  1. SeanBruschi54

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    They have to be prepared. Do you expect the elves to be hard at work as soon as the gun sounds to end the Super Bowl.
     
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    Thats how the hat and t shirt process works.

    I live in New Bedford and theres a place that has to make the shirts as soon as the game becomes as final as possible.
     
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    Actually in the thread about the Patriots version of this book, there is a link to the NY Times story about this process. The shirts and hats are ready during the game and once a winnner is announced the losing teams hats and shirts and rushed away, sent to a warehouse in PA and shipped to Africa.
     
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    Re: Well, it's a wash

    Oops, sorry, didn't see the other post. Merge please.
     
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    Re: Well, it's a wash

    I remembered the Pats winning this game in a blow-out. Good thing we have this book to set us straight!
     
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    I saw it in the bookstore this morning.....it was in the science fiction and fantasy section.
     
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    Re: Well, it's a wash

    Seeing both the premature Patriots book and the premature Giants book, one might get the impression that the Boston Globe and New York Times are actually owned by the same company.
     
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