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We happened to see the story this morning on Deadspin about the Mardi Gras parade float featuring a giant vagina eating Roger Goodell. Now that’s a helluva way to kickoff Super Bowl XLVII festivities in New Orleans.
The Krewe du Vieux happened Saturday night in the French Quarter and didn’t fail in it’s goal of being “noted for wild satirical and adult themes.” Of course this year’s theme for the parade was “Krewe du Vieux Comes early.”
So how better to celebrate the Gras than with a vagina and Roger. The 2:30 mark is where things get fun. Other highlights include a “Choke Mor Chicken” float for Chick-fil-A, a Times-Picayune float where a guy is banging something, another Roger Goodell float where Rog is having sex with some sort of animal and a Roger Goodell spanking Jonathan Vilma.
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@nflcommish has informed Saints HC Sean Payton that he is reinstated, effective immediately.
— Greg Aiello (@gregaiello) January 22, 2013
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With the Super Bowl rapidly approaching and the city
of New Orleans being the host city, the fans of New Orleans now have a little
more to cheer about. After serving a season long suspension for his involvement
in the ‘Bounty-gate’ scandal, Sean Payton has been reinstated immediately as
the head coach of the New Orleans Saints.
Gregg Rosenthal reported that after a meeting...
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has informed New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton that he has been reinstated to his position effective immediately this afternoon. Payton has been serving a one-year suspension imposed by the NFL for his role in the Saints Bountygate scandal that rocked the team this offseason. Multiple sources have all reported this news at the exact time.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has reinstated New Orleans Saints
coach Sean Payton following a season-long suspension for his role
in the team's bounty scandal.