Hosting a Super Bowl Party

JoePoulson

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Dude this is awesome! Thank you for sharing, I'm definitely going to print copies for my little gathering.
 

bradmahn

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Tonight I polished up the prop questionnaire for our SB party. Edited it down to one page front and back. Preview spoilered and Mega link to editable Word file provided in case anyone would like to borrow it.


DOWNLOAD HERE
Fantastic work. Thanks! I stole this for an office pool and everyone's impressed with your work.
 

RSFnFL

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Sep 20, 2005
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Tonight I polished up the prop questionnaire for our SB party. Edited it down to one page front and back. Preview spoilered and Mega link to editable Word file provided in case anyone would like to borrow it.


DOWNLOAD HERE
Yes, very cool. I would like to use it also but a couple questions...

Where do you find the official time of the singing of the National Anthem? I am sure Google has it somewhere just wondering if someone knew of an official gambling site that would have that.

Peyton Manning commercials, Gisele shown on camera...How to you get a half for that? Are they only showing Gisele's legs? I just don't understand the range of Over 1.5 and Under 1.5
 

dbn

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Yes, very cool. I would like to use it also but a couple questions...

Where do you find the official time of the singing of the National Anthem? I am sure Google has it somewhere just wondering if someone knew of an official gambling site that would have that.

Peyton Manning commercials, Gisele shown on camera...How to you get a half for that? Are they only showing Gisele's legs? I just don't understand the range of Over 1.5 and Under 1.5
That's a standard gambling thing. If she is shown 0 or 1 times, the "under" wins. If she is show 2+ times, the "over wins". If the under/over was, say, 2.0, and she was shown twice, then it would be a push (i.e., it would neither be over nor under).
 

RSFnFL

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That's a standard gambling thing. If she is shown 0 or 1 times, the "under" wins. If she is show 2+ times, the "over wins". If the under/over was, say, 2.0, and she was shown twice, then it would be a push (i.e., it would neither be over nor under).
Thanks. You're right, I don't gamble much and some more versed in that subject at my work just explained it to me.
 

The Needler

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Yes, very cool. I would like to use it also but a couple questions...

Where do you find the official time of the singing of the National Anthem? I am sure Google has it somewhere just wondering if someone knew of an official gambling site that would have that.
It'll be google-able, but IIRC they usually mention it with a wink on the air "for those scoring at home." Of course, you could also have someone at your party volunteer to be your official timer.
 

johnmd20

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It'll be google-able, but IIRC they usually mention it with a wink on the air "for those scoring at home." Of course, you could also have someone at your party volunteer to be your official timer.
It'll be all over Twitter about 30 seconds after the anthem is done. You can find it pretty easily.