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Wives never understand tootball fans The holiday season is upon us and I approach it with mixed emotions. It's always good to get together with your loved ones and ex- change gaudy neckties, but it has a sad note too. The season brings with it the bowl J Iz games, which mark the end We II of the football season. Could I ask a favor of you t eaPI wives? Please don't sit there ousl saying that you hate football aent,[ and you're glad it's over. :ty." Don't say that! Some of us on I are very sad. There's a hole in our lives that you could andl, drive a truck through, as Howard Cosell would say. Be kind to those who love foot- she ball as they suffer through and, these agonizing weeks of Dine I , withdrawal Don't start right hole I out saying cruel things, like, thel:"You remember your children, don't you? This is they [' John, he turned nine a month ore-i ago." People mourning don't want to hear smart- and , aleck stuff like that. ads'  Matter of fact, we still ,art-I have the bowl games left. You might try a little )pie understanding. You might try getting with the program. You have the mistaken no- of lion that there is too much of and it on television. You might try watching some of it. Try :h a it, you'll like it! was Well, of course, there is quite a bit of football on television, and in order to fully enjoy the game there are some viewing guidelines that Bellevue. 625 -- 140th NE Sundays: 8:00 Communion Sr, Pastor Jack V. Rozell Neighborhood East 8:15.11:15.6:00 PM Worship 747-3445 24326 SE Issaquah Fall City Rd 9:45 Bible Education Wednesday: 7:00 pm. 9:00 AM Bible Educahon Something for the entire family 10:00 AM Worship ir i Fred Marler you ought to know. First; don't watch any pre-game shows. Second; don't watch any post-game shows. Third; don't watch any half-time shows. Fourth; try not to watch Howard Cosell at all. It helps for you casual viewers, who can take it or leave it alone, to know which team you want to win. Find something about one of the teams you don't like, then root for the other team. It can be anyting -- you don't like the color fo their uniforms -- you once got a traffic ticket in the city they represent. Whatever it is, find something because an unreasonable prejudice against one of the teams is part of the satisfaction of watching football. It gets a lot of hate out of your system. People who don't like football have a hard time understanding those who do, and there are some things they ought to know. Remember this: The average football fan is a college graduate, with at least an eighth-grade education. 1, for instance, am a football fan. I'm a Seahawks fan, and it hasn't always been easy. There have been times when 1 considered chucking it all for video games. However, when I sit down in front of the television on Sunday after- noons, 1 don't have a care in the world. 1 have no en- cumbrances except a fanatical loyalty to a bunch of clowns. And if the Seahawks'had missed the playoffs this year, it wouldn't have made one damned bit of difference in my life! 1 just would have killed myself. I know that with all the games coming up, a lot of you wives who don't like football but are basically good people anyway, are try- ing to understand those of us who do like football. You're trying to make some sense out of it. You see, right there is your first mistake. Being a football fan doesn't make any sense at all and that's the charm of it. Now from Greyhound... If you ride now, you'll get a special discount coupon worth ,6 off future travel But hurry. Coupon available untilJanuary 9th, only on Greyhound. America's great travel value. 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