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Cialis discount ndNow, cialis discount it’s pretty clear I love Notre Dame.

Cialis discount But how can you root against Navy?

Cialis discount It’s like…unpatriotic.

Cialis discount So I won’t root against our Midshipmen.

Cialis discount I’ll just scream my heart out for ND.

Cialis discount And so it’s time, cialis discount once again, cialis discount for that weekly tradition:

Cialis discount Cheer, cialis discount cheer for Old Notre Dame
Wake up the echoes cheering her name, cialis discount
Send the volley cheer on high, cialis discount
Shake down the thunder from the sky, cialis discount
What though the odds be great or small
Old Notre Dame will win over all, cialis discount
While her loyal sons are marching
Onward to Victory.

Cialis discount You’ll notice I’m not gloating. Cialis discount Not that I ever do.

Cialis discount But it’s halftime. Cialis discount And I have to go to sleep. Cialis discount Because my stupid job is interfering with my life once again, cialis discount and I’m pulling a 13 hours shift tonight.

Cialis discount And Notre Dame is up by nine.

Cialis discount I have faith in Brady Quinn, cialis discount and I shall sleep well knowing my team is winning again.

Cialis discount But if I wake up, cialis discount and find they have lost. Cialis discount I shall still sing a chorus of the fight song and wear my jersey with pride.

Cialis discount After I pull out a few fistfulls of hair…….

Cialis discount ADDENDUM: My hair is intact and I am ecstatic.  Notre Dame won and the evil enemy (ya gotta have one in football) USC did not.  And, cialis discount no, cialis discount that is not a gloat. Cialis discount To quote an old TV character:  No brag, cialis discount just fact.  Whoo hoooo!!!!

Cialis discount Go Irish, cialis discount I love ya, cialis discount man!

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  • intelinurse2b

    October 28, 2006 at 2:18 pm

    I’m glad to read someone is having fun rooting for their team this year. Michigan State is in a bad place and hopefully John L. is on his way out. We got spanked today….and this downward spiral all started with Notre Dame…hmmmm… : )

  • Too Fat 4 Ponies
    Too Fat 4 Ponies

    October 28, 2006 at 7:07 pm

    Tennessee managed to defeat Alabama so all is well in the Rocky Top state (there would have been riots otherwise).

    Glad to hear your team won.

  • mchebert

    October 29, 2006 at 8:46 pm

    I lived in Louisiana most of my adult life, and went to college in Virginia. BUT, I was born while my father was in graduate school at, you guessed it, Notre Dame. I was baptized under the Golden Dome.

    So, Notre Dame has always been by favorite college football team. Even when I was at the University of Virginia, if Virginia lost but ND won, all was right with the world.

  • Wendy, S.N.
    Wendy, S.N.

    October 30, 2006 at 8:05 am

    OH, my poor Navy Midshipmen. They were surely and severely trounced.

    Ah, well. It really is all about the Army-Navy game for us anyway. Go Navy!

    W. 🙂

  • Packer Backer
    Packer Backer

    October 30, 2006 at 10:50 am

    You have to applaud the Packer’s 2nd win in as many weeks, too, since you’re soon to be a UWGB student!! (Oh, and off the football topic, my Michigan Tech Huskies hockey team won AGAIN!)

  • Steve

    October 31, 2006 at 9:40 pm

    I have been a Notre Dame fan since the 1980’s. Yet I my father and step father both graduated from UCLA, so I am a bigger fan of UCLA.

    It sure would have been nice if Notre Dame had lost to UCLA.

    But I really want Notre Dame to beat everyone else, especially the evil USC.

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