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Dale Earnhardt Jr., Danica Patrick in Super Bowl commercials

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11:04 AM ET 02.02 | Dale Earnhardt Jr. does a burnout as part of his Super Bowl commercial for Diet Mountain Dew, but the sport's most popular driver is in a place where you wouldn't expect to see his famous racecar. But thanks to the art of cinematography, he's in a familiar environment and appears to be using his No. 88 Chevy for a unique purpose. Earnhardt is one of at least two NASCAR stars who will star in Super Bowl commercials on Sunday. Danica Patrick will star in her record 13th Super Bowl commercial for sponsor GoDaddy.

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February 2, 2014  12:36 PM ET

Rather see the Budweiser commercials

February 2, 2014  12:37 PM ET

Don't consider Danica a Nascar 'star' either

February 2, 2014  12:48 PM ET

Guess FN is trying to keep the spammers busy with new threads today

February 2, 2014  03:47 PM ET
QUOTE:

my buddy's mother makes $66 hourly on the internet . She has been out of a job for 7 months but last month her pay check was $13738 just working on the internet for a few hours. this website,,,,,,,,,,,, http://www.fizzjob.com

$66 X 208 (hours) = $13728.. to be sitting in front of a computer 'for a few hours'

February 2, 2014  04:04 PM ET

BTW.. key word in Jr's Diet Dew commercial.. 'Dale Call'

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February 3, 2014  09:01 AM ET

Who cares........

February 3, 2014  09:02 AM ET

The NFL could learn a thing or two from NASCAR about how to create an "exciting Game 7 feeling" for the Super Bowl.

At the end of the first quarter reset the points. Then at Half Time reset the points. End of the Third quarter 5 touchdowns back, don't worry the points are reset. Two minute warning, reset the points and make it whomever gets the first first down wins the game!

Yay! Excitement!

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February 3, 2014  12:26 PM ET

Fortunately I recorded that schnauzer of a Super Bowl so I would NOT have to view any commercials or anthems or introductions or halftime extravaganzas..

And yesterday it gave me the added advantage of being able to skip through the actual crap game in record time as well.

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February 3, 2014  01:11 PM ET
QUOTE(#9):

The NFL could learn a thing or two from NASCAR about how to create an "exciting Game 7 feeling" for the Super Bowl. At the end of the first quarter reset the points. Then at Half Time reset the points. End of the Third quarter 5 touchdowns back, don't worry the points are reset. Two minute warning, reset the points and make it whomever gets the first first down wins the game! Yay! Excitement!

That was funny!

Well done

February 3, 2014  01:12 PM ET
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Fortunately I recorded that schnauzer of a Super Bowl so I would NOT have to view any commercials or anthems or introductions or halftime extravaganzas..And yesterday it gave me the added advantage of being able to skip through the actual crap game in record time as well.

Hank you really should get out more.

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February 3, 2014  11:03 PM ET
QUOTE(#9):

The NFL could learn a thing or two from NASCAR about how to create an "exciting Game 7 feeling" for the Super Bowl. At the end of the first quarter reset the points. Then at Half Time reset the points. End of the Third quarter 5 touchdowns back, don't worry the points are reset. Two minute warning, reset the points and make it whomever gets the first first down wins the game! Yay! Excitement!

LOL

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February 4, 2014  11:31 AM ET

I wonder how long it will be before someone markets that "Dale Call" ... Maybe those duck guys down in Louisianna will pick up on them ...

February 4, 2014  02:25 PM ET

New penalty rulebook for 2014.......for more clarity and better appeal process.
LOL

I just hope that they penalize EVERY TEAM THE SAME for same infractions/actions.....I'm going to wait and see........they could have 100 rule books ,but it is how it is applied that counts.

 
February 4, 2014  06:25 PM ET
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Hank you really should get out more.

Did I not free up time for just that by recording and watching it aerobically?

You didn't see me sitting there for 6 hours watching pre-game, intros, crap game, half time, etc.

It was sunny here. I got 2 cars washed, chopped a little firewood. Read Game of Thrones 5 and got my beer chilling.

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