Anyone watch the game last night? Normally I watch until halftime and go to bed, but last night I stayed up until the bitter end to watch Favre work his magic. Having recently lost my Stepfather, who was as dear to me as anyone on this earth, I understand Favre's pain and I can't believe how well he did last night in the face of everything. I am sure it was gratifying to go out and have one of the best games of his career, but I'm sure he was also hurting, knowing that his father was not there to see the game. That was a game to remember, even better than the classic Packer-Redskin game back in '83 or so when the Packers won a shootout with a score of something like 48-45.
"We only have a military-industrial complex until a time of danger, and then it becomes the arsenal of democracy. " - Ronald Reagan.
"Remember that when a finger is pointed at you, determine first if it is horizontal or vertical." - Warren Knowles