Journey Through the Past

Hey, it’s slow. I don’t give a shit about, nor will I likely watch, this Super Bowl.

But 24 years ago today, this happened . . .

I don’t think many of us realized at the time that this was the last high point for quite a while, but at was glorious. I remember thinking that this would have been much tougher against the Steelers, and I REALLY wanted to beat them in the Super Bowl,  but at is was we had this great beat-down of the San Dawgs.

Anyhow, enjoy.

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12 Responses to Journey Through the Past

  1. unca_chuck says:

    Going to see him in Napa at Bottle Rock. Can’t wait. Cypress Hill as well. How’s that for a twin bill? Gary Clark Jr is there as well.

    This is quite possibly the greatest thing that ever happened. I had never seen this till today.

    • NJ49er says:

      Going to see Walter Trout and Eric Gales, at a small venue here in NJ, next Saturday night myself Chuck.
      Fukn Winter ‘Blues’ time out here 😀
      Working another plan for Buddy Guy and Kenny Wayne in Rhode Island this Spring, if I can coordinate it, with a friend who moved up there a few years back.

      KWS is playing out your way with Beth Hart in April too – That’s a duo I’d love to see myself – They’re out here in July at the Shore so, I might give it a try.

    • Winder says:

      Lol, good shit.

  2. unca_chuck says:

    I’ve seen KWS him a couple times. Once was fantastic, and the other time was fairly bad. They both did the Experience Hendrix tour in Aptos back in 2012? Fricking Los Lobos tore it up. KWS wasn’t very good that day. Buddy Guy was killer. Steve Vai was great as well.

  3. unca_chuck says:

    Gary Clark Jr. is bad ass. Can’t wait to see him as well. Saw him open for the Foo Fighters and he killed it. Saw him in Napa about 5 years ago as well.

  4. Brett’s Your Daddy says:

    Here’s another journey to the past:

  5. unca_chuck says:

    Yeah, they guy who launched a thousand interceptions. Good one, Sandy.

  6. Hold My Cheese says:

    Favre was the Niners’ ultimate Daddy and he crushed your dynasty after that last ancient SB win in 1894.

  7. unca_chuck says:

    At least I’m not a worthless blog troll, so there’s that. Go suck-start your mama.

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