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Did You Know There Was Going To Be a ‘State-Sponsored Nuclear Attack’ on Super Bowl XLV?

I didn’t, but then I came across The Nuclear Bible, David Chase Taylor’s free eBook. It came out a few years ago, prior to Super Bowl XLV at AT&T Stadium. Like most things like this, it is sort of impossible to follow. It’s a big cache of stories and documents and suppositions and shaky connections that adds up to … something? It points to a false-flag attack (OBVIOUSLY) and it’s perhaps appealing to you if 1) you hate President Obama, 2) you hate the government in general, and/or 3) you are terrified of being a human person living in the United States of America. Or, you naturally assume that Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games trilogy is not fiction, but the work of a time traveler who has come back to warn us of North America’s impending doom and also to make a gang of money in book sales and film options.

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Super Bowl Smackdown: Host Indianapolis Makes Dallas-Fort Worth Look Like a Bunch of Chumps

As the Super Bowl XLVI broadcast came back from one commercial break, NBC’s Al Michaels said something like (paraphrasing): “What’s so great about Indianapolis as a Super Bowl host is that it’s one of the places where everything is within walking distance.” Sitting, as I was, in a living a room amidst the exurban sprawl […]

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NYT: Seat Debacle in Jerry’s Lap

Let’s call a spade a spade. Setting weather troubles aside, Super Bowl XLV organizers said it was the big game at Cowboys Stadium that would “carry the day” for North Texas and its attractiveness for future Super Bowls. We know now that–thanks to logistical disorganization, plus the famous seating fiasco, among other things–the stadium did not “carry the day” in the […]

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Maxim’s Super Bowl XLV Bash Features Actors, Athletes and … Surprise … Scantily Clad Women

UPDATE: Check out the plentiful pulchritude on display in our full photo gallery from the Maxim Super Bowl XLV Bash. In its current issue Maxim, the titillating big gun of U.S. men’s magazines, takes on the Super Bowl with a sports column suggesting ways to make the big game even more super. Among other things, […]

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A Day of Partying at Sofia Vergara’s Super Bowl XLV Style Icon Event

Kristin Hull and I decided to dedicate our entire Saturday to Sofia Vergara’s Style Icon event at the Rosewood Crescent Hotel (where supposedly Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston were staying). The day included a stroll through the celebrity gifting suite, preparation for the evening’s lavish affair at Lure Salon‘s Dry Bar, and the Style Icon […]

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FrontBurner at Super Bowl XLV: The Thrill of Waiting in Line, The Glory of Cheering With Cheeseheads, the Awfulness of the Black Eyed Peas

Chuck Cox, sports editor for People Newspapers, attended Super Bowl XLV as a fan. He files this report: Somehow, I lucked my way into getting a Super Bowl XLV ticket for face value. I actually picked up my admission to football’s holy grail of games on Sunday morning, which made for one long, amazing day […]

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P. Diddy Makes an Appearance at His Party (Unlike the Other Celebrities Invited)

UPDATE: Check out our fully-fleshed gallery of photos here. I was a bit concerned about last night’s Fantasy Party hosted by P. Diddy. We all know how his first party went. And I’d heard rumors that Friday night’s party had been a bust. (Though when I talked to the pr people, they said 3,000 showed […]

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Arianna Huffington, Seeking an “All-American” Experience, Parties With Maxim for Super Bowl XLV

Arianna Huffington, the co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post, isn’t exactly someone you’d expect to see at a big Super Bowl bash thrown by Maxim, the titillating “lad” mag. But there she was at the Maxim shindig at Fair Park last night, chatting up the media and posing for photos with Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders […]

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GQ Magazine Super Bowl XLV Party Brings Brooklyn Decker, Joe Jonas, Hayden Panetierre, Kurt Warner, and Many Other Celebs to Dallas

UPDATE: Check out our full-on photo gallery from the GQ Super Bowl XLV Party at the Hickory Street Annex on Friday. Ok, well, I’m sure it wasn’t just the GQ party that brought the celebs to town, but it did get several of them here. It was a fantastic party with plenty of celebrity sightings. […]

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Inés Sainz Talks About Her Two Personalities, New York Jets Locker Room Controversy

Intern Nicole Holland Pearce talked to Inés Sainz. Read what Sainz has to say about that little incident in a locker room: In Mexico, she’s known as the Woman of Sports. In America, Inés Sainz’ reputation got off to a rough start after the incident in the New York Jets locker room. But the seasoned […]

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So, Why Do They Have Super Bowls in Icy Climes?

While the adequacy of DFW’s response to the big storm is debated, Jerry and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell have issued their pronouncements: This week’s icy chaos won’t knock North Texas out of the running for future Super Bowls. Why not? Because there’s just too much dough to be made off attendees at JerryWorld, the conventional […]

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