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January 04, 2011 – Comments (15)

The title of this blog is clearly designed to get you to read this, but I firmly believe the CONTENT of this blog will make you think "Holy cow, this guy is so full of it!"

Yet you continue to read this trying to figure out what is so important.  Will the market go up or down.  Will it skyrocket or tank.  What small cap stock will make 300% this year.  Will the U.S.A. collapse and be taken over by a small gang of thugs.

This blog has NOTHING to do with such trivial pursuits of man.  This blog is dealing with something much bigger, and I will detail it here and now.  Please remember, I'm giving you this information BEFORE IT HAPPENS!  Not in hindsight - so bookmark this page and come back often as everything will come TRUE or my name isn't [removed for privacy reasons]!

On January 8 of the year 2011, a mixture of rain and snow will hammer Seattle, WA causing such a disruption that an aerial assault on the city will be called off!  Yet many of our Christian friends will still be decimated by the weather.

On January 16 of the year 2011, (eight days later), the aerial assualt will take place, but this time in one of the U.S.A.'s largest city's - CHICAGO, Illinois!  It will come from the west on one of the coldest days of the year.

On January 23, Seattle, WA will once be the center of attention as a pack of thugs tries to take over the city - BUT THEY WILL BE REPELLED!  I have foreseen this event and it WILL HAPPEN!

On February 6, something few people in America want to happen, but even fewer people expect WOULD HAPPEN, DOES HAPPEN.  Patriotic Americans are slaughtered in such a fashion that the entire country is shocked into conceding defeat.

The above four events are the overview of EXACTLY when and how the Seattle Seahawks win Super Bowl XLV.

Jan. 8 - Seattle 17 - N.O. Saints 16
Jan. 16 - Seattle 24 - Chicago Bears 12
Jan. 23 - Seattle 21 - Green Bay Packers 17
Feb. 6 Seattle 31 - New England Patriots 28

You read it hear first.

15 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On January 04, 2011 at 2:07 PM, Turfscape (42.39) wrote:

The Seahawks? Really! The 7-and-9 Seahawks? The first modern losing team to make the playoffs????

Wow. I think you just clarified the difference between a fan and a fanatic.

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#2) On January 04, 2011 at 2:43 PM, TMFBabo (100.00) wrote:

Go Eagles.

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#3) On January 04, 2011 at 2:43 PM, djemonk (< 20) wrote:

I appreciate the enthusiasm, but I think it's pretty clear that the Eagles are the class of the NFC.

Okay, so I'm just as much of a homer as you are. 

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#4) On January 04, 2011 at 2:54 PM, chk999 (99.97) wrote:

The Seahawks. They are a hockey team right?

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#5) On January 04, 2011 at 3:00 PM, TMFUltraLong (99.95) wrote:

Ok, see I live in Seattle, and even I'm not this delusional.... =)

TMFUltraLong

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#6) On January 04, 2011 at 3:52 PM, rfaramir (29.40) wrote:

from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Football_League_playoffs

"During the strike-shortened 1982 season, only nine regular season games were played, and a modified playoff format was instituted. Divisional play was ignored (there were some cases where division rivals had both games wiped out by the strike), and the top eight teams from each conference (based on W-L-T record) were advanced to the playoffs. As a result, this became the first time that teams with losing records qualified for the playoffs: the 4-5 Cleveland Browns and the 4-5 Detroit Lions.[16]"

(I wouldn't say 1982 is pre-modern, but you could argue that it was a bizarre format.)

A 7-and-9 wildcard team has apparently never happened yet, though I seem to remember it coming close a few times.

 

"full of it"? No. Just a fan dreaming. Anything can happen once you reach the playoffs. It *is* more a likely scenario than either my Dolphins or my Cowboys winning, though, even if only slightly.

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#7) On January 04, 2011 at 4:24 PM, blesto (30.92) wrote:

It will be the Falcons vs the Patriots in this years Super Bowl.

Falcons 28 - Patriots 34

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#8) On January 04, 2011 at 4:33 PM, Turfscape (42.39) wrote:

rfaramir wrote:
"During the strike-shortened 1982 season..."

I don't count 1982 in the modern era because strikes only count in baseball ;P

Oh, and for the Official Record...
Super Bowl XLV: Green Bay 27 - Pittsburgh 17
Super Bowl M.V.P. = Clay Matthews

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#9) On January 04, 2011 at 4:57 PM, Option1307 (30.24) wrote:

Ha ha awesome, A+ for the imgaination!

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#10) On January 04, 2011 at 9:55 PM, SockMarket (35.81) wrote:

are you kidding. its going to be the Steelers:

Steelers 24 Jets 14

Steelers 31 Pats 0 (don't burst my bubble people, let me be happy until they actually lose)

Steelers 20 Saints 10

 

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#11) On January 05, 2011 at 12:18 AM, Option1307 (30.24) wrote:

+0.10 for charity! :)

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#12) On January 05, 2011 at 2:48 AM, FleaBagger (28.18) wrote:

Don't talk to me about football!

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#13) On January 05, 2011 at 8:40 AM, cthomas1017 (98.27) wrote:

Congrats, FM!  The title of this blog clearly got me to read this.

I just received a letter for you from Nigeria.  If you'll just send a cashier's check for $20,000 to Chicago along with your beloved Seahawks, I will see to it that the $5 Million you are owed by the crown prince of Senegal is personally delivered to you by the quarterback of the Seahawks.  (What's his name again?)

Good luck in Chicago.  It could be worst.  At least you're not a Lions fan! 

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#14) On January 05, 2011 at 8:42 AM, cthomas1017 (98.27) wrote:

Fleabagger,  I didn't realize you were a fan of the Big Ten... no wait, Big 11... oops, 12... er... how do we keep it straight?  "The Conference Formerly Known as the Big Ten"?

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#15) On January 11, 2011 at 1:21 AM, FleaBagger (28.18) wrote:

#14 - I'm not, but that's a good guess. No, I quit football fandom after the other great travesty of 21st century football: Super Bowl XL. The officiating of that game ended my love of televised football.

Freemarkets - you're already wrong! It was 41-36, not 17-16! You're completely discredited. ;) 

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