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Friday, February 03, 2006
The eating has begun. The Wingettes are holding plates of slimy bird knuckles over the heads of the eaters, who are doing their best to rip bones between their teeth. The old guy, in a green Eagles jersey, keep showing up on the Jumbotron as he chews like a pro. Is he winning? I don't know.