How many think Super Bowls are fixed especially this last one?

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posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 10:19 PM
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Direct TV bill each month around $70.00.
Snacks and drinks for super bowl sunday around $20.00.
To watch the Patriots lose to the Giants for the 2nd time on super bowl sunday...
PRICELESS




posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 09:16 PM
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Originally posted by mamabeth
Direct TV bill each month around $70.00.
Snacks and drinks for super bowl sunday around $20.00.
To watch the Patriots lose to the Giants for the 2nd time on super bowl sunday...
PRICELESS


PRICELESS.

2 of the greatest moments of my life...no joke!



posted on Feb, 24 2012 @ 05:53 PM
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Yeah, tell me they don't have secret "bookers..."


mamabeth, love your post spinning that famous ad.

Here's a priceless one.
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posted on May, 3 2012 @ 04:32 PM
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Originally posted by LilDudeissocool
I'm just curious because I think they are. I may as well have been watching WWE last night.



All it will take is one player who is in on the fix to snitch. I think one day that will happen.


Did you notice that the GIANTS defeated the Patriots this year? 2012 . . .

Giants (esotericism)
en.wikipedia.org...



The concept of giants was discussed by the theosophist and occult author Madame Blavatsky who wrote about the existence of giants in her book The Secret Doctrine connecting them to her theory of root races and claiming they correspond with Hindu cycle of the universe.[1] According to theosophists ape-like giants were the third root race who lived on the continent of Lemuria.[2] Theosophists also linked giants to the Atlantean race.[3][4]
Ahu Tongariki near Rano Raraku, Occultists and Theosophists claim the stone structures were built by a race of giants

Madame Blavatsky claimed that the Easter Island stone structures were built by the fourth root race, a race of giants. She also claimed due to the size of Buddhas of Bamiyan in Afghanistan they had been built by giants measuring 60 feet tall.[5] Blavatsky linked the Polynesian peoples as the very earliest survivors as a "sub-race" of the fourth root-race, due to the Polynesian people being "a higher stature than the rest of mankind".[6]

The German occultist Guido von List was influenced by Blavatsky's writings on giants and mixed together paganism, mythology, with theosophy which accepted the existence of giants living in different realms based on the first four rounds of the root race theory.[7]

R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz the egyptologist and traditionalist believed that giants had roamed the earth, and that after the fall of Adam, humanity fell into a state of degeneration.[8]

Lewis Spence a writer on mythology was critical of theosophy, however he still accepted the existence of giants. He read and researched english folklore and mythology depicting such giants such as Magog and the British giant Albion.[9] Another writer who was opposed to occultism was the British journalist and author William Comyns Beaumont, like Spence he also accepted the existence of giants based on folklore, mythology, traditions and archeology. Beaumont believed that Britain was the location of Atlantis and that it was occupied by a giant race of Aryans.[10]

In the 1970s many of the authors of the earth mysteries movement in Britain wrote about Giants. John Michell wrote about the existence of giants in his book The view over Atlantis. Another writer Anthony Roberts wrote the book Sowers of Thunder: Giants in myth and history in 1978. In the book Roberts claimed that giants were the original inhabitants to the British Isles and linked Alfred Watkins ley lines to the British giants.[11]


They are mentioned in the Bible as the offspring of fallen angels/watchers.

Red haired giants are a well known Native American "mythos" who dominated the land before modern man came about.

Lewis, Louis, Lucy, Lucis, Lucifer . . . ?




posted on May, 3 2012 @ 06:12 PM
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ALL have been fixed since late 70's. Sports betting is big money.



posted on May, 3 2012 @ 09:52 PM
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Originally posted by LastProphet527

Originally posted by mamabeth
Direct TV bill each month around $70.00.
Snacks and drinks for super bowl sunday around $20.00.
To watch the Patriots lose to the Giants for the 2nd time on super bowl sunday...
PRICELESS


PRICELESS.

2 of the greatest moments of my life...no joke!


I am most certain they LOST the first go around


You know what I mean?




posted on May, 4 2012 @ 12:24 AM
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Hey you know this is a really old thread. I appreciate the bump for what it's worth.



I just so happen to look down at my threads on my profile page and noticed it was no longer at a count of 62 where it held for quite some time. I open it up and see three new posts two being yours. Note sure if my old threads are worth resurrecting. Love the way you connect the dots using such a vast reach of knowledge, your mind must be quite an encyclopedia.



posted on May, 4 2012 @ 12:25 AM
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Originally posted by MasterGemini

Originally posted by LastProphet527

Originally posted by mamabeth
Direct TV bill each month around $70.00.
Snacks and drinks for super bowl sunday around $20.00.
To watch the Patriots lose to the Giants for the 2nd time on super bowl sunday...
PRICELESS


PRICELESS.

2 of the greatest moments of my life...no joke!


I am most certain they LOST the first go around


You know what I mean?



LOL if I get your meaning. I could be confused.



posted on May, 4 2012 @ 12:26 AM
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Originally posted by oghamxx
ALL have been fixed since late 70's. Sports betting is big money.



Maybe a billionaire boy backroom NFL owner fix...



Maybe they sit around and play poker with one another...


The fix could be how they settle up afterwords.


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posted on May, 4 2012 @ 11:19 AM
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PQ

Do you get what MG means, LastProphet527?



posted on May, 4 2012 @ 01:28 PM
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Until the NFL put a stop to it they would supply a bench warmer with his nose candy in exchange for his play book for a few hours.

The Bears SB win was the worst example or at least the one I know the most about..

The year before they played Eddie DeBartolo's 49ers in NFC championship. Vegas had 49 favored all week by 9 to 11. Chicago sports betting cards came up with 49ers by 19. Now the 49ers were sure to win but not by 19. Well look up the final score!


A few weeks later the head of mob sports betting in Chicago was found dead in the trunk of his car. A big price to pay for the misprint. The mob had to go to Iron Mike on real short notice and make him an offer. Lose big and next year you get the super bowl.

Consider;

The Bears SB year defense was OUTSTANDING! They had a good but not great scoring offense but considering their overwhelming time of possession they could win.

During a monday night game one announcer said 'it's almost like they have the other teams playbook' Looong studio silence

The mob went to many other coaches. Not only did they have to lose to the Bears but by more than the big (to attract sucker bets) spread. And if they did not lose by more than the spread they owed a game, even if next season.

Bud Grant quit and Jerry Burns took over. In one game, year or two after the bear sb, the Viks were leading in the 4th but Bears coming back. A Vik intercepted a pass and Burns went nuts on the sidelines throwing his earphones and clipboard down. Oops, we owe you another one.

Packer coach Forrest Gregg quit his $300,000 job to become athletic director at SMU for $100,000

In their SB year NFC playoffs the Bears shut out both NY Giants and Redskins. And who won the next two superbowls? Washington coach quit and went to nascar.

Bears defensive co-ord Buddy Ryan had 4 superbowl rings and said he was least proud of the one he got from the Bears. Buddy got the copies of the playbooks and drilled Singletary who thought Buddy was a genius

OK then there was Don Schula. A wise old veteran. He figured out real quick what was going on and used nothing but audibles to give the Bears their only loss.

When Ditka went to NO he through out all his Bears trophy stuff, into the garbage, which a mover then reclaimed

Connect the dots. I have many more I dare not reveal.

Bears are the one I know best as I made $70,000 betting on them their SB year.

This method continued EVERY YEAR until the NFL implemented drug testing. 'Fixes' continue to this day. Sports betting is a multi billion dollar industry.


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posted on May, 4 2012 @ 03:10 PM
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Originally posted by oghamxx
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Connect the dots. I have many more I dare not reveal.



Please do? How is anyone going to know who you are?

I think the site hosts should make you a guest on ATS live. I'm sure they can disguise your vice to mask your identity.



posted on May, 4 2012 @ 04:15 PM
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Thanks but no thanks. No names of many people still living as I'm confident some could find me just from my membership with ATS if they really wanted to.

The NFL front office knew, FBI and 'local' crime fighters knew and probably many some decent money from it.

I really feel sorry for Grant, Burns, Gregg and others but again it continued for years after they left the sport.

Basketball was not all that clean either and I doubt it is today.

I'm old and done with it all. I know many people who know more than I but have never gone 'public'.

Over and out.



posted on May, 13 2012 @ 04:36 AM
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way late to this thread, but somebody mentioned the saints and hurricane katrina. i found it remarkable that the patriots won the same season as 9/11. i thought that was fishy and maybe rigged, but then i found out belicik was just cheating
and haven't won a title since he got caught, hmmmmmm



posted on May, 13 2012 @ 11:34 AM
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Katrina happened in August 2005 and the Saints won in the SB for the 2009 season (actually played in Feb. 2010).



posted on May, 13 2012 @ 03:11 PM
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yeah i am aware, i never said they won the same year





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