Our NFL predictions this year were somewhat way off when we said Super Bowl LIV would be between the 49ers and the Pats and that San Fran would win; we were close until the KC Chiefs proved us wrong- congrats

What we saw yesterday was so much better.  A close, hard-fought game between two storied teams, each of them deserving of the BIG WIN but only one who could.  That team, the Kansas City Chiefs, did one hell of a job, winning by a final score of 31-20.  Congratulations to Coach Andy Reid, congratulations to the Hunt Family, congratulations to Patrick Mahomes, and congratulations to BOTH teams for an exciting game.

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“Our NFL predictions this year were somewhat way off when we said Super Bowl LIV would be between the 49ers and the Pats and that San Fran would win; we were close until the KC Chiefs proved us wrong- congrats” by Chef Brian Carrick

 

 

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Congratulations to the Kansas City Chiefs

Weedpatch, CA 93241, 02-03-2020 Monday:  One of the tragic things about Google Blogger shutting down our two blogs at the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day is that the SOBS eradicated a decade of the best in rock music and the artworks of my mother, Beverly Carrick.  This is something which my colleagues and I will never forgive and we look forward to suing the living bejezzus out of them one day.  They most certainly deserve it.

Anyhow, we are moving over here and still feeling our way so we hope at some point to begin the process all over again.  Far too many people around the world have enjoyed our musical selections and my mom’s paintings for a lengthy period of time that for an un-American company with globalist, left-wing intentions to declare success, case closed simply is not right.

What’s more, we detest Sundar Pichai and think he poses one of the greatest threats to the American Way of life- including our God-given freedoms- that the people of the world must push this left-wing hack back.  Screw him.

The question is, how do we move forward?  Well, we are going to do our best to update and backdate the older posts so that the readers will be able to see them here.  We love WordPress and know they love us, too, so what is there to lose?  Little to nothing other than 10 years of time, folks, 10 years of time.

You see, that is the tragedy of the whole thing, to believe that 24 diverse and unique authors who have given considerable portions of their time to contribute to our two blogs have had the rug yanked out from beneath them.

The other thing that pisses everyone off- including numerous clients and customers of Google Blogger is that there is NO way to contact them other than via snail mail unless the victims pony up the cash for a’ go-between’ who PROMISES to be the intermediary.  How the heck does that work?  No one seems to know.

Alas, here we are today, discussing yesterday’s Big Game.  Super Bowl LIV.  The San Francisco 49ers v. the Kansas City Chiefs.  We arrived at a prediction earlier in the year that the game would feature the 49ers vs. the New England Patriots and that Jimmy G. would beat Tommy B.  Then, the Tennessee Titans knocked the Patriots out in the Wild Card round.  Ooops.

Then, we said that the Super Bowl would occur between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens and that Lamar Jackson would whoop Jimmy G.  Ooops again as the Tennessee Titans rolled into Baltimore and cleaned the Ravens’ clocks.  Gee whiz, who would ever have expected that outcome?  No one I know, that’s for sure.

I guess there is something to be said for playing in the Wild Card round as not doing so is not always a good thing.  Then again, there is something to be said for not resting your key players in the final week of the regular season and then not having to play until the Divisional Round, leaving a span of two weeks’ inactivity between starts.  Did not work out so well for the poor Ravens.

At least in the Pro Bowl, the AFC beat the NFC 38-33 with Lamar Jackson earning the MVP award for his rock-solid play.  Congratulations, we hope to see the Ravens bounce back in 2020-2021 and make it to the Big Game.

Anyhow, the Super Bowl yesterday was so much better than last year’s fiasco between the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots.  What a slumber party, a snooze fest, so flipping bad.  We all thought that Tommy B. would take his ‘big win’ and retire but nope, not to be, greedy little s**t.

What we saw yesterday was so much better.  A close, hard-fought game between two storied teams, each of them deserving of the BIG WIN but only one who could.  That team, the Kansas City Chiefs, did one hell of a job, winning by a final score of 31-20.  Congratulations to Coach Andy Reid, congratulations to the Hunt Family, congratulations to Patrick Mahomes, and congratulations to BOTH teams for an exciting game.

I expect to see both teams back in action next year and who knows?  Maybe we will see a repeat matchup of the two.

See you tomorrow.

Brian Carrick

American Culinary Federation, Inc., Retired Member

Chef Brian Carrick writes from Weedpatch, California.

Chef Brian Carrick is a Conservative Republican.

Contact me at the following email address: misterbcc3201p@gmail.com

CHEF BRIAN CARRICK

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02-03-2020 Monday—Miscellaneous Articles Index, Part LVIII: “Our NFL predictions this year were somewhat way off when we said Super Bowl LIV would be between the 49ers and the Pats and that San Fran would win; we were close until the KC Chiefs proved us wrong- congrats” by Chef Brian Carrick.

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Author: Chef Brian Carrick, ACF Retired

My colleagues and I no longer share old photos of us, as the price of success means that lunatics and nuts come looking for one. Therefore, we hired local up-and-coming Bakersfield-Oildale, California street artist, Simone, to create facsimiles of us so we can remain somewhat obscure. Ah, well, I began my culinary career in 1969 bussing tables at age 12 and became a cook's apprentice in 1973 at age 17. I have worked all over California, Hawaii, Washington State, and even a brief time in Arizona. Chef Brian Carrick writes from Weedpatch, California. Chef Brian Carrick is a Conservative Republican.

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