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  1. matt9071

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    As crazy as it sounds i will be watching the game in a snow covered London at my schools Bar starting at around midnight. Anyone else watching this game internationally or somewhere different ? Go Pats
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    I'm heading into Providence early and bar hopping with friends during the game.

    Hopefully, there won't be too many Giants fans around...
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    Bar hopping DURING the game??
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    Doncaster, England

    Not sure whether to watch it in the living room or in bed.

    If i watch it downstairs i could end up raiding the fridge too many times


    Come on. Get the job done lads
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    Yeah, the downtown area isn't that big and there are breaks in-between quarters plus the extra-long halftime.
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    #32 Jersey

    Probably at the community center or here in the squadron. Not many options when your stuck at sheppard AFB lol.
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    in my house, North Italy , snow covered everything and very very cold outside minus 10...

    good i will see the game in front of my tv and, in HD !

    i will try to avoid any rumour as game is in the dark night and my family will sleep (i'm the only one 'crazy'...)

    go to bed at 04,30 approx i think and then after 3 hours ready (i hope...) to go to work (hopefully happy)

    approx 6 hours and a half then it will start: GO PATS FROM ITALIA !
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    Starting out at a friends house then heading home during halftime (the kids have school tomorrow). I remember watching the game in Belgium though. In 2002, we stayed up until 430 am local time to watch the Patriots win the Superbowl on Feb 3 (4th where we were) only to go to the hospital to induce labor on my second child by 7am :)

    It is tough when you do not live stateside to see your favorite team :)
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    By myself, in the dark, in the living room. Super Bowl 42 we had a party and no one cared about the game except me and it was too loud and to hectic. This year, I will be in peace by myself. The wife is even leaving the house just so she does not have to deal with the outbursts.
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    To rephrase brady's words this week..

    In India at 5am local time through some illegal streaming sites ;)
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    New Orleans, probably bouncing from bar to bar between quarters.

    Most here are pulling for Eli, so Pats fans are in short supply. Still, outside of Boston this is probably the best place to celebrate a victory.
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    Alone in my dorm room. I'm not letting anybody distract me from the game :D
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    I'll be on my couch, my only company being my 8 month old Labrador.
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    At the same sports bar with a friend who I've been watching Pats games with for 12 years. I feel very blessed to experience my beloved team in the SB for the 5th time in 10 years. Enjoy the ride, fellow Pats fans. :)
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    On my couch, in the site chat room talking with the guys I have watched every game with for years.
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    In my man cave with a small select group of friends. One Giants fan for the rest of us to ridicule.
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    I don't allow anyone around to distract me in a regular season game, no way for the SB. I will move my chair directly in front of the TV. My 13 year old son will be with me, and no one else is allowed.
    I will get up for the bathroom, or to get a beer (nah, the boy can run to the fridge) and pause the DVR each time just in case.
    I was invited to a SB party, by a Packer fan at Christmas in the event it was Pats vs Packers, and my response was
    "If you have me in your house for a Patriot SB, we won't be friends when I leave"
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    At a friends house with my wife, he is a Chef and making tons of great food for the game. He and his wife are Cowboy fans, so they won't be too hard on me :p
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    On my couch in private with the only distraction being my kids.
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    In Vegas for a tradeshow. Be in a Hospitality suite. Too many distractions.
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    It's funny, I usually prefer to watch Patriots games in solitary focus, but not when they're in the Superbowl. I appreciate the "event" atmosphere and fellow-feeling of a Superbowl party. Plus I have a tendency to get WAY too intense and risk cardiac arrest on my own!
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    I'll be watching at a friend's house in South Dakota. By the end of the game, I would hope that I'm giving a victory yell so loud that every Pats fan from California to Maine could hear me - except that I'm hoping and expecting that whatever yell I make only contributes to the collective victorious roar from Patriot Nation.
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    Disable Jersey

    "I'll be in my bunk"
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    My best friend who is a cowboys fan invited me over for the game. I know he will be rooting for the pats but I gotta be in the batcave for this one. Home with food and drinks my 4 year old and girlfriend rocking out the pats gear and going ape****.

    Patsnation stand up!
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    Made the mistake of having a huge superbowl bash in '07. Going to a superbowl party hosted by a friend of mine this time around. Hopefully that's not a mistake. Leading up to the game should be fun. Poker tournament, Winnipeg Jets game on the tube. Anything to distract me from the hours leading up to the game.

    As for the game, they better win. Last thing I need is 30 people giving me the gears at the party.
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    On my couch. I'm sick. As in fever creeping up by the hour. I feel like garbage.

    Good news is, the last time I felt like garbage before the SB was Superbowl 36.

    Different reason then, i was badly hungover but the principle is the same.
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    Same here- during the regular season, I'll often watch games by myself and participate in game threads because they're fun for the most part, but the superbowl game is at this point in time, nearly usurped by the superbowl event. It helps to pass the tedious time when the actual game is not in play, by socializing and talking, especially at halftime. I will re-watch the game again, bereft of ads and halftime excess, later tonight.
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    Haha O hell nooooo
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    No SB parties, too many distractions, side conversations and possibly lousy seats.. will be home with my wife(a huge fan) and grandson, less of a fan and of course my dog.. TedyB.
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