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A pat on the back

Oh Tom Brady. Surprise, things worked out just fine for you, TB! Finally and for once, right?! Joking aside, let's move on and just clap a Pats fan on the back. Like my sister. Whose life was solidified when she saw Tom Brady at a Boston playground; Brady called my nephew "so cute" causing my sister to nearly pass out from excitement. As a Gronk owner to boot, she's likely out toasting glasses of champagne over her good football fortune. For the rest of us, here are some links to educate, amuse, or simply pass the time:


FFL Sis said…
Awww I love you, sis! I know it is hard for a Broncos and Peyton fan as yourself to post about giving someone a PAT on the back, but it is a good day in Boston!!! We are definitely celebrating here!
Anonymous said…
More IDP. Yes, please.
Anonymous said…
hes still a cheating DBag you know, right?

maybe cute, but a lying cheating DBag
Carrie said…
I appreciate the IDP info, too. You're the only reason I survive my one IDP league.
DailySportsGeek said…
Can you please mail me at ? I'm interested in an advertising spot.
Anonymous said…
Yes, keep IDP info please!

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