Friday, February 08, 2008

what the announcers didnt tell you about the Giant's win

At some point in the second half, I randomly waved my arm in a "tomahawk" style fashion. By tomahawk I mean the style of Florida state football or Atlanta braves baseball... if you still dont know what im talking about use man's electonic best friends, google or you tube. Anyways, I did the wave without the indian chanting theme that goes with it. However, a guy sitting behind me saw me doing the arm motion, and he mustered up a loud, basey, animal-dying like form of the indian chant. The giants happened do good on that occasion, so we began implementing it more and more. Soon we had many people in the sports bar on their feet, doing the tomahawk chop and chanting the indigenous chant as well. Everyone knew the tomahawk chop had nothing to do with either of the teams, or this particular super bowl, but i think that was the genious of it. It just stuck. Several began losing their voices by the time of the final game-winning drive of the Giants. People walking past the bar looked at us like we were freaks, partly because we were watching football in the first place, but definitely because we were chanting to the tomahawk chop. I cant help but think that a little of our mojo from down south helped push the New York Football Giants to victory.

At first, Damian and Tomas are laughing at the Tomahawk chop, but soon later they are enjoying being part of the action.

julian and guido, the only ones rooting for the Patriots, are stunned


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Friday, February 08, 2008  
Blogger Don Dinnerville said...

scott, you've achieved an important landmark in your blog maturity - you've officially been blog spammed. maybe we can shorten that to "blammed" - what do you think?

did the announcers happen to mention that while watching the superbowl (actually, while sitting in a room with my community group with a tv that happened to be tuned to this game that i could really care less about but which i watched for the sake of fellowship), someone decided to hit my car while it was parked in front of their house?

superbowl party with community group = $10

insurance deductible = $250

participating in america's favorite pasttime = priceless


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