Found February 06, 2013 on Kissing Suzy Kolber:
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Just look at him! He’s lost it! Ed Reed singing “Two Tickets to Paradise” a couple more times and the people of Baltimore breaking through crowd barriers may have gotten most of the attention from the Ravens Super Bowl parade, but there was another story if you paid enough attention. Noted passive observer Jim Caldwell let loose with an outpouring of emotion. He waved! That’s more recognition of his surroundings than you will ever see out of Jim Caldwell. Well deserved, since he called half of a good game in the Super Bowl. Simpsons reference approximation of Caldwell elation: [via Reddit] The post Super Bowl Win Makes Jim Caldwell Insane With Emotion appeared first on Kissing Suzy Kolber.
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