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JJC7301
02-01-2012, 02:41 PM
I've already scheduled my dayoff from work for this Monday. My morning will start off withpicking up a large iced coffee from D&amp;D so that I can then:</P>


1.plan on reading every single newspaper that I can get my hands on</P>


2. watching highlight after highlight after highlight</P>


3. rewatching SB 46 at least twice</P>


4. reading all of the praise about theMIRACLE '11-'12 Giants that I can find online</P>


5. paying some quick visits to our "friends" on the Eagles, Cowboys, and Jets boards (wish that I could get on the SF boards but their modswon't let anyone join it appears)</P>


6. Relivingand sharing our latest SBglory with everyone on these boards.</P>


I pulled an all-nighter after SB 42 and still went into work the next day. Not doing it this time. I just want to enjoy and enjoy and enjoy what I feel is going to be a spectacular NY Giants SB victory.</P>


Then again, if they lose, I guess that I'll just go into work. But it won't happen because the Giants are going to win 31 - 24 and I really get to enjoy this Monday off from work.</P>

MattMeyerBud
02-01-2012, 02:42 PM
I've already scheduled my dayoff from work for this Monday. My morning will start off withpicking up a large iced coffee from D&amp;D so that I can then:</p>


1.plan on reading every single newspaper that I can get my hands on</p>


2. watching highlight after highlight after highlight</p>


3. rewatching SB 46 at least twice</p>


4. reading all of the praise about theMIRACLE '11-'12 Giants that I can find online</p>


5. paying some quick visits to our "friends" on the Eagles, Cowboys, and Jets boards (wish that I could get on the SF boards but their modswon't let anyone join it appears)</p>


6. Relivingand sharing our latest SBglory with everyone on these boards.</p>


I pulled an all-nighter after SB 42 and still went into work the next day. Not doing it this time. I just want to enjoy and enjoy and enjoy what I feel is going to be a spectacular NY Giants SB victory.</p>


Then again, if they lose, I guess that I'll just go into work. But it won't happen because the Giants are going to win 31 - 24 and I really get to enjoy this Monday off from work.</p>

na gonna tough through monday, then hopfully when we win ill be well rested for the tailgate and celebration at the stadium for tuesday

BurnerNYG
02-01-2012, 02:47 PM
I've already scheduled my day*off from work for this Monday.* My morning will start off with*picking up a large iced coffee from D&D so that I can then:</p>


1.*plan on reading every single newbffspaper that I can get my hands on</p>


2. watching highlight after highlight after highlight</p>


3. rewatching SB 46 at least twice</p>


4. reading all of the praise about the*MIRACLE '11-'12 Giants that I can find online</p>


5. paying some quick visits to our "friends" on the Eagles, Cowboys, and Jets boards (wish that I could get on the SF boards but their mods*won't let anyone join it appears)</p>


6. Reliving*and sharing our latest SB*glory with everyone on these boards.</p>


I pulled an all-nighter after SB 42 and still went into work the next day.* Not doing it this time.* I just want to enjoy and enjoy and enjoy what I feel is going to be a spectacular NY Giants SB victory.</p>


Then again, if they lose, I guess that I'll just go into work.* But it won't happen because the Giants are going to win 31 - 24 and I really get to enjoy this Monday off from work.</p>

na gonna tough through monday, then hopfully when we win ill be well rested for the tailgate and celebration at the stadium for tuesday
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Zaggs
02-01-2012, 02:48 PM
Heck yes I am. Mainly because you dont want to face anyone if they lose. But better to soak it up when they win.

ryan12
02-01-2012, 03:14 PM
I've already scheduled my day*off from work for this Monday.* My morning will start off with*picking up a large iced coffee from D&D so that I can then:</p>


1.*plan on reading every single newspaper that I can get my hands on</p>


2. watching highlight after highlight after highlight</p>


3. rewatching SB 46 at least twice</p>


4. reading all of the praise about the*MIRACLE '11-'12 Giants that I can find online</p>


5. paying some quick visits to our "friends" on the Eagles, Cowboys, and Jets boards (wish that I could get on the SF boards but their mods*won't let anyone join it appears)</p>


6. Reliving*and sharing our latest SB*glory with everyone on these boards.</p>


I pulled an all-nighter after SB 42 and still went into work the next day.* Not doing it this time.* I just want to enjoy and enjoy and enjoy what I feel is going to be a spectacular NY Giants SB victory.</p>


Then again, if they lose, I guess that I'll just go into work.* But it won't happen because the Giants are going to win 31 - 24 and I really get to enjoy this Monday off from work.</p>

na gonna tough through monday, then hopfully when we win ill be well rested for the tailgate and celebration at the stadium for tuesday


yeah im saving my day for the victory parade (hopefully)

Kruunch
02-01-2012, 03:18 PM
Friday AND Monday.

Party is going to start early and run late baby!

b_ELI_eve
02-01-2012, 03:21 PM
My 9am class was canceled, but my 8am Spanish professor won't cancel. Have to tough it out, oh well

Kruunch
02-01-2012, 03:22 PM
My 9am class was canceled, but my 8am Spanish professor won't cancel. Have to tough it out, oh well

Aye carumba!

SIMMS5611
02-01-2012, 03:23 PM
I put in for the day off, just in case I'm a hurting puppy 02/06/12...</P>


...but hopefully hurting from celebrating, &amp; not drowning my sorrows....</P>


If I can pull it off, though, I'm gonna drag my carcass into work, &amp; save the day off for the parade.</P>


I just had a thought (I'm NOT thinking ahead, just asking, so don't freak)....</P>


If the G's pull it off, would you rather attend the parade in NYC, or the stadium celebration, ala</P>


2007? I'm pretty confident they'd do both again. While the parade would be morememorable , especially</P>


if I bring my kids, I bet MetLife would be more fun....</P>


What do you guys think?</P>

GameTime
02-01-2012, 03:23 PM
My 9am class was canceled, but my 8am Spanish professor won't cancel. Have to tough it out, oh well</P>


"tough it out"....??</P>


you're a college kid I am assuming and not old like me......"tough it out"...???</P>


come on man....grow a pair....lol...[:D]</P>

GameTime
02-01-2012, 03:25 PM
I put in for the day off, just in case I'm a hurting puppy 02/06/12...</P>


...but hopefully hurting from celebrating, &amp; not drowning my sorrows....</P>


If I can pull it off, though, I'm gonna drag my carcass into work, &amp; save the day off for the parade.</P>


I just had a thought (I'm NOT thinking ahead, just asking, so don't freak)....</P>


If the G's pull it off, would you rather attend the parade in NYC, or the stadium celebration, ala</P>


2007? I'm pretty confident they'd do both again. While the parade would be more historic, especially</P>


if I bring my kids, I bet MetLife would be more fun....</P>


What do you guys think?</P>


</P>


The city was a total mob scene last time. Granted I didnt get there early enough but it was just wall to wall people. I was there for abotu and hour and couldn't even remotely get close. They had big screens set up on som eside streets. I went to the stadium and that was easy sailing and very good. </P>

lttaylor56
02-01-2012, 03:26 PM
I've already scheduled my day*off from work for this Monday.* My morning will start off with*picking up a large iced coffee from D&D so that I can then:</p>


1.*plan on reading every single newspaper that I can get my hands on</p>


2. watching highlight after highlight after highlight</p>


3. rewatching SB 46 at least twice</p>


4. reading all of the praise about the*MIRACLE '11-'12 Giants that I can find online</p>


5. paying some quick visits to our "friends" on the Eagles, Cowboys, and Jets boards (wish that I could get on the SF boards but their mods*won't let anyone join it appears)</p>


6. Reliving*and sharing our latest SB*glory with everyone on these boards.</p>


I pulled an all-nighter after SB 42 and still went into work the next day.* Not doing it this time.* I just want to enjoy and enjoy and enjoy what I feel is going to be a spectacular NY Giants SB victory.</p>


Then again, if they lose, I guess that I'll just go into work.* But it won't happen because the Giants are going to win 31 - 24 and I really get to enjoy this Monday off from work.</p>

na gonna tough through monday, then hopfully when we win ill be well rested for the tailgate and celebration at the stadium for tuesday
+1 Exactly. Tuesday @ the Stadium....Be There.

JJC7301
02-01-2012, 03:28 PM
I put in for the day off, just in case I'm a hurting puppy 02/06/12...</P>


...but hopefully hurting from celebrating, &amp; not drowning my sorrows....</P>


If I can pull it off, though, I'm gonna drag my carcass into work, &amp; save the day off for the parade.</P>


I just had a thought (I'm NOT thinking ahead, just asking, so don't freak)....</P>


If the G's pull it off, would you rather attend the parade in NYC, or the stadium celebration, ala</P>


2007? I'm pretty confident they'd do both again. While the parade would be morememorable , especially</P>


if I bring my kids, I bet MetLife would be more fun....</P>


What do you guys think?</P>


</P>


Yeah, it's close in my mind. Both the parade and the celebration will be good times. When myson is older, I'll take him to a parade and / or the celebration (I'm optimistic that we will be SB champs again in the near future).</P>

JJC7301
02-01-2012, 03:30 PM
I put in for the day off, just in case I'm a hurting puppy 02/06/12...</P>


...but hopefully hurting from celebrating, &amp; not drowning my sorrows....</P>


If I can pull it off, though, I'm gonna drag my carcass into work, &amp; save the day off for the parade.</P>


I just had a thought (I'm NOT thinking ahead, just asking, so don't freak)....</P>


If the G's pull it off, would you rather attend the parade in NYC, or the stadium celebration, ala</P>


2007? I'm pretty confident they'd do both again. While the parade would be more historic, especially</P>


if I bring my kids, I bet MetLife would be more fun....</P>


What do you guys think?</P>


</P>


The city was a total mob scene last time. Granted I didnt get there early enough but it was just wall to wall people. I was there for abotu and hour and couldn't even remotely get close. They had big screens set up on som eside streets. I went to the stadium and that was easy sailing and very good. </P>


</P>


I walked over there for that one because my old office was close by the parade, and I had an impossible time getting through the wall of people. The best I could do was to listen to the Giants give their speeches from about a block or two away.</P>

miked1958
02-01-2012, 03:33 PM
I've already scheduled my dayoff from work for this Monday. My morning will start off withpicking up a large iced coffee from D&amp;D so that I can then:</P>


1.plan on reading every single newspaper that I can get my hands on</P>


2. watching highlight after highlight after highlight</P>


3. rewatching SB 46 at least twice</P>


4. reading all of the praise about theMIRACLE '11-'12 Giants that I can find online</P>


5. paying some quick visits to our "friends" on the Eagles, Cowboys, and Jets boards (wish that I could get on the SF boards but their modswon't let anyone join it appears)</P>


6. Relivingand sharing our latest SBglory with everyone on these boards.</P>


I pulled an all-nighter after SB 42 and still went into work the next day. Not doing it this time. I just want to enjoy and enjoy and enjoy what I feel is going to be a spectacular NY Giants SB victory.</P>


Then again, if they lose, I guess that I'll just go into work. But it won't happen because the Giants are going to win 31 - 24 and I really get to enjoy this Monday off from work.</P>


</P>


Yes will take Monday off to do all the stuff you said and more. I cant yet to watch all the shows of the Haters of the Giants to see what they will have to say</P>

ryan12
02-01-2012, 03:34 PM
I've already scheduled my day*off from work for this Monday.* My morning will start off with*picking up a large iced coffee from D&D so that I can then:</p>


1.*plan on reading every single newspaper that I can get my hands on</p>


2. watching highlight after highlight after highlight</p>


3. rewatching SB 46 at least twice</p>


4. reading all of the praise about the*MIRACLE '11-'12 Giants that I can find online</p>


5. paying some quick visits to our "friends" on the Eagles, Cowboys, and Jets boards (wish that I could get on the SF boards but their mods*won't let anyone join it appears)</p>


6. Reliving*and sharing our latest SB*glory with everyone on these boards.</p>


I pulled an all-nighter after SB 42 and still went into work the next day.* Not doing it this time.* I just want to enjoy and enjoy and enjoy what I feel is going to be a spectacular NY Giants SB victory.</p>


Then again, if they lose, I guess that I'll just go into work.* But it won't happen because the Giants are going to win 31 - 24 and I really get to enjoy this Monday off from work.</p>

na gonna tough through monday, then hopfully when we win ill be well rested for the tailgate and celebration at the stadium for tuesday
+1 Exactly. Tuesday @ the Stadium....Be There.

we should all try and meet up if they have something at statdium

MattMeyerBud
02-01-2012, 03:37 PM
I've already scheduled my dayoff from work for this Monday. My morning will start off withpicking up a large iced coffee from D&amp;D so that I can then:</p>


1.plan on reading every single newspaper that I can get my hands on</p>


2. watching highlight after highlight after highlight</p>


3. rewatching SB 46 at least twice</p>


4. reading all of the praise about theMIRACLE '11-'12 Giants that I can find online</p>


5. paying some quick visits to our "friends" on the Eagles, Cowboys, and Jets boards (wish that I could get on the SF boards but their modswon't let anyone join it appears)</p>


6. Relivingand sharing our latest SBglory with everyone on these boards.</p>


I pulled an all-nighter after SB 42 and still went into work the next day. Not doing it this time. I just want to enjoy and enjoy and enjoy what I feel is going to be a spectacular NY Giants SB victory.</p>


Then again, if they lose, I guess that I'll just go into work. But it won't happen because the Giants are going to win 31 - 24 and I really get to enjoy this Monday off from work.</p>

na gonna tough through monday, then hopfully when we win ill be well rested for the tailgate and celebration at the stadium for tuesday


yeah im saving my day for the victory parade (hopefully)

u gotta get to the city too early for my liking to enjoy the parade or else u wont see anything and the crowd control plan is awful

I learned my lesson, im gonna get to the stadium 3 hours before the giants are gonna be there and tailgate

MattMeyerBud
02-01-2012, 03:38 PM
I put in for the day off, just in case I'm a hurting puppy 02/06/12...</p>


...but hopefully hurting from celebrating, &amp; not drowning my sorrows....</p>


If I can pull it off, though, I'm gonna drag my carcass into work, &amp; save the day off for the parade.</p>


I just had a thought (I'm NOT thinking ahead, just asking, so don't freak)....</p>


If the G's pull it off, would you rather attend the parade in NYC, or the stadium celebration, ala</p>


2007? I'm pretty confident they'd do both again. While the parade would be morememorable , especially</p>


if I bring my kids, I bet MetLife would be more fun....</p>


What do you guys think?</p>

alot of people I know went to the stadium and had a great time

ryan12
02-01-2012, 03:39 PM
I've already scheduled my day*off from work for this Monday.* My morning will start off with*picking up a large iced coffee from D&D so that I can then:</p>


1.*plan on reading every single newspaper that I can get my hands on</p>


2. watching highlight after highlight after highlight</p>


3. rewatching SB 46 at least twice</p>


4. reading all of the praise about the*MIRACLE '11-'12 Giants that I can find online</p>


5. paying some quick visits to our "friends" on the Eagles, Cowboys, and Jets boards (wish that I could get on the SF boards but their mods*won't let anyone join it appears)</p>


6. Reliving*and sharing our latest SB*glory with everyone on these boards.</p>


I pulled an all-nighter after SB 42 and still went into work the next day.* Not doing it this time.* I just want to enjoy and enjoy and enjoy what I feel is going to be a spectacular NY Giants SB victory.</p>


Then again, if they lose, I guess that I'll just go into work.* But it won't happen because the Giants are going to win 31 - 24 and I really get to enjoy this Monday off from work.</p>

na gonna tough through monday, then hopfully when we win ill be well rested for the tailgate and celebration at the stadium for tuesday


yeah im saving my day for the victory parade (hopefully)

u gotta get to the city too early for my liking to enjoy the parade or else u wont see anything and the crowd control plan is awful

I learned my lesson, im gonna get to the stadium 3 hours before the giants are gonna be there and tailgate




if and when we win will they def have something at stadium

MattMeyerBud
02-01-2012, 03:40 PM
I put in for the day off, just in case I'm a hurting puppy 02/06/12...</p>


...but hopefully hurting from celebrating, &amp; not drowning my sorrows....</p>


If I can pull it off, though, I'm gonna drag my carcass into work, &amp; save the day off for the parade.</p>


I just had a thought (I'm NOT thinking ahead, just asking, so don't freak)....</p>


If the G's pull it off, would you rather attend the parade in NYC, or the stadium celebration, ala</p>


2007? I'm pretty confident they'd do both again. While the parade would be more historic, especially</p>


if I bring my kids, I bet MetLife would be more fun....</p>


What do you guys think?</p>


</p>


The city was a total mob scene last time. Granted I didnt get there early enough but it was just wall to wall people. I was there for abotu and hour and couldn't even remotely get close. They had big screens set up on som eside streets. I went to the stadium and that was easy sailing and very good. </p>

yea i couldn't get out of the city fast enough to make it in time for the stadium

come to think of it maybe i should come to work early, leave early and take off wed

MattMeyerBud
02-01-2012, 03:41 PM
I've already scheduled my dayoff from work for this Monday. My morning will start off withpicking up a large iced coffee from D&amp;D so that I can then:</p>


1.plan on reading every single newspaper that I can get my hands on</p>


2. watching highlight after highlight after highlight</p>


3. rewatching SB 46 at least twice</p>


4. reading all of the praise about theMIRACLE '11-'12 Giants that I can find online</p>


5. paying some quick visits to our "friends" on the Eagles, Cowboys, and Jets boards (wish that I could get on the SF boards but their modswon't let anyone join it appears)</p>


6. Relivingand sharing our latest SBglory with everyone on these boards.</p>


I pulled an all-nighter after SB 42 and still went into work the next day. Not doing it this time. I just want to enjoy and enjoy and enjoy what I feel is going to be a spectacular NY Giants SB victory.</p>


Then again, if they lose, I guess that I'll just go into work. But it won't happen because the Giants are going to win 31 - 24 and I really get to enjoy this Monday off from work.</p>

na gonna tough through monday, then hopfully when we win ill be well rested for the tailgate and celebration at the stadium for tuesday


yeah im saving my day for the victory parade (hopefully)

u gotta get to the city too early for my liking to enjoy the parade or else u wont see anything and the crowd control plan is awful

I learned my lesson, im gonna get to the stadium 3 hours before the giants are gonna be there and tailgate




if and when we win will they def have something at stadium

yea im pretty sure

they did last time and Christie was *****ing how the parade should be in jersey. So at the very least there should be something at the stadium

ryan12
02-01-2012, 03:43 PM
I've already scheduled my day*off from work for this Monday.* My morning will start off with*picking up a large iced coffee from D&D so that I can then:</p>


1.*plan on reading every single newspaper that I can get my hands on</p>


2. watching highlight after highlight after highlight</p>


3. rewatching SB 46 at least twice</p>


4. reading all of the praise about the*MIRACLE '11-'12 Giants that I can find online</p>


5. paying some quick visits to our "friends" on the Eagles, Cowboys, and Jets boards (wish that I could get on the SF boards but their mods*won't let anyone join it appears)</p>


6. Reliving*and sharing our latest SB*glory with everyone on these boards.</p>


I pulled an all-nighter after SB 42 and still went into work the next day.* Not doing it this time.* I just want to enjoy and enjoy and enjoy what I feel is going to be a spectacular NY Giants SB victory.</p>


Then again, if they lose, I guess that I'll just go into work.* But it won't happen because the Giants are going to win 31 - 24 and I really get to enjoy this Monday off from work.</p>

na gonna tough through monday, then hopfully when we win ill be well rested for the tailgate and celebration at the stadium for tuesday


yeah im saving my day for the victory parade (hopefully)

u gotta get to the city too early for my liking to enjoy the parade or else u wont see anything and the crowd control plan is awful

I learned my lesson, im gonna get to the stadium 3 hours before the giants are gonna be there and tailgate




if and when we win will they def have something at stadium

yea im pretty sure

they did last time and Christie was *****ing how the parade should be in jersey. So at the very least there should be something at the stadium


mani cant wait for this game

MikeIsaGiant
02-01-2012, 03:49 PM
I'm not sure if I can miss school on Tuesday :(

Damn professor said she takes points off for missing classes, that's some serious bull

I'll prob miss it anyway

TheBookOfEli
02-01-2012, 03:50 PM
I wouldn't take off monday. If we win, i would take off on tuesday and enjoy the parades and celebrations.

Hopefully if we win, then hopefully i can get that day off cause at my job we are understaffed.

Roosevelt
02-01-2012, 03:59 PM
Late start on Monday for sure, and if we win who knows.

Giantshock80
02-01-2012, 04:01 PM
I had actually already scheduled myself off for Monday and Tuesday so I'm good or both. I'm scheduled Sunday though but I'm able to tweak my hours so I will be done at like 2-230... Last time I had to be in work at 630 Monday and I called out being in no condition to work (I was a cop, retired now). I went in the following Tuesday and my boss was like why are u here and not at the parade... I was so upset for not going so i want to have the chance this time... I live in south jersey in Philly territory so it's nice and sweet right now, until mets season anyway!

nygsb42champs
02-01-2012, 04:13 PM
I will suck it up on Monday but if we are having a celebration on Tuesday then I will take the day off.

Giantz4Life
02-01-2012, 04:20 PM
If I was a business owner and the Giants were in the Superbowl I would totally cancel work on Monday for the company, and treat it as a national holiday.

ryan12
02-01-2012, 04:22 PM
I will suck it up on Monday but if we are having a celebration on Tuesday then I will take the day off.

thats my plan also

JMFP2
02-01-2012, 04:24 PM
I'm self-employed, so I'll be working from home, most likely.

AllHailEli
02-01-2012, 04:25 PM
I am not taking off for Monday but I'll take off for the parade. :) Is that for Tuesday?

MattMeyerBud
02-01-2012, 04:26 PM
If I was a business owner and the Giants were in the Superbowl I would totally cancel work on Monday for the company, and treat it as a national holiday.



it should be a national holiday... **** columbus day and lets give 9/11 and superbowl monday as holidays

its american

egyptian420
02-01-2012, 04:27 PM
I got that day off from school [:D][D][B][&lt;:o)]