Daybreak Doppler: I Can’t Talk Brewers Today
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is Euro 2012 WAGs.
Sylvie van der Vaart
Disciples of Uecker asks, When is a loser a winner?
The Packers Locker says The special teams are in good shape for the Green Bay Packers in 2012.
For you Railbairds out there, the Packers 2012 Training Camp Schedule Released.
Bucksketball debates The Bucks of now and the problem with the Centers of the 2012 NBA Draft.
Madtown Badgers on Wisconsin Baseball: Facts, Myths, and Can it Make a Comeback?
Cracked Sidewalks on how DJO one of only four to vertical 41″; the other 3 now play for the Bengals, Texans and NY Giants.
This resonates all too well unfortunately, 25 Signs That Your Fantasy Baseball Team Sucks.
I still am confused about some of these, Movie Scenes More Confusing for Children Than “The Matrix”.
No, we’re actually laughing AT you, The Best News Bloopers of 2012.
Pretty much every solution to every technological issue you’ll ever have here: What I Did to Try to Solve the Problem.
Can’t even imagine how bad they must have been when active, Some Of The World’s Creepiest Abandoned Prisons.
And to get the weekend started off right, Your Official 2012 U.S. Open Drinking Game.
This Is More Fun – I’m tired of talking about the Brewers losing, so let’s try this. So the rumors of who will be playing the halftime show of next year’s Super Bowl have already started & Van Halen of all groups would appear to be the front runner in speculation. Sure, why not because obviously whoever is performing has to have a mediun at least 20 years older than most of the players in the game, right? Van Halen was a big part of my life growing up, the album…actually it was a cassette tape, 1984 ushered in my high school years after all. But really, couldn’t we get someone that was at least relevant sometime in the last decade or two? Are we still paying the penance from Janet Jackson & Justin Timberlake? So seeing as we have to play it safe here are my top 5 suggestions to play a Super Bowl Show in no particular order that I actually think could be considered.
- Counting Crows – Mainstream, enough hits to fill the 20 minutes
- Dave Matthews Band – Never happen but really, it should
- Billy Joel/Elton John – Huge catalog, careers spanning decades & fulfills the ‘old’ requirement
- Garth Brooks – Has Garth Brooks ever performed a Super Bowl Halftime show before? It seems he would have, but I couldn’t find anything on it so he’s here.
- Paul Simon – Another one you’d think would have done the halftime show but it appears not. Ton of songs to pick from, multiple generations of fans. Also – old.
So there you go, who would you like to (realistically) see do this year’s halftime show? With that question I bid you adieu for the week, have a stupendous weekend & we’ll see you back here on Monday Morning.
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