Not sure if you're aware of this or not, but there's a really big football game that I and millions of people all over the globe are looking forward to watching this Sunday. Maybe you've heard of it? It's called the Super Bowl.
I've watched it every year since the Super Bowl Shuffle.
I'm a Patriots fan, as is my sports loving Hubby, and we couldn't be happier that our team made it to the Super Bowl. Again. This is what, the 4th time in the last 10 years? Obviously, we want the Patriots to win this rematch of Super Bowl XLII back in 2008. By a lot.
So with that in mind, we took it upon ourselves to conduct a little experiment. A highly sophisticated and very scientific experiment with the help of a team of highly qualified researchers and state of the art technology (Playstation 2 for you non-scientific types) to see if we could predict the winner of Sunday's big game.
As you can see, my Patriots didn't fair so well in this first test. I was not happy with these results at all, so I did what any respectable scientist would do...I demanded more testing. Best two out of three?
The results from this second test were almost identical to the results obtained in the first experiment. I'm starting to see a pattern develop here and I don't like it one bit. Good thing these first two tests were really just practice runs. I'm sure we'll get more accurate results with our next test.
Oh! So close! I was sure that if we ran just one more test, we'd get the results we were hoping for. Unfortunately, my team of researchers had to go to bed, because they had to get up early to go to school the next morning.
So maybe I didn't get the results I wanted, but I still learned a valuable lesson....science, schmience! Now I remember why I never liked science in high school!
Who do you think is going to win?