Rachel, Are you new to this list and if so, how did you come to you come to hear about it--through Randy? You mentioned that you are new to fanhood of theMessage 1 of 5 , Feb 10, 2008View SourceRachel,Are you new to this list and if so, how did you come to you come to hear about it--through Randy? You mentioned that you are new to fanhood of the Patriots? How did that come about also? I feel sort of outnumbered here, men to women, so it's nice to see another one. There's a lady named Lisa that posts also sometimes.If I had read your comments the day of (or right after the game), that would have made me sad, but I am starting to agree with you.The heroes are human part and the not having anything left to strive for make sense to me...didn't really enjoy the loss and didn't enjoy seeing the Giants win really (as I loathe them), but congrats to them for making the right plays, etc. A 3-point victory in any game is a "go either way" situation and not a blowout, but is a victory nonetheless. We will win next year, I have NO doubt about that!!!GO PATS for 2009!! SusanWill try to remember to cut the posts off...lol!!----- Original Message -----From: Rachel MorrisSent: Saturday, February 09, 2008 6:14 PMSubject: [patriotzip] Low-key fan thoughts (and a request)
As a fairly new-to-fanhood fan, I found myself in an interesting
position watching the loss...I expected to be more devastated after the
hype of the season's buildup.
I found the game exciting and frustrating,
The best I can figure is, I like my heroes human.
So I enjoyed the skill with which the Giants outplayed us, in some
twisted way...not sure if that makes sense to anyone else or not.
Oh yeah - As for the request - it's a quickie - could people please try
to remember to cut off the prior posts' content when posting, unless
directly relevant? Those of us on daily digest have miles of repetition
to hunt through for the new posts!