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the eric update - day 454: when boston is switzerland.

if you live in michigan and it's the day of the football game between the university of michigan and michigan state one's choice of clothing color can carry great significance, particularly if you've been seen wearing msu green and u of m blue and gold.

cleverly, odin decided to remain officially neutral on the matter while perhaps sending a message about his true sporting allegiances.

and in case you don't follow these sorts of things, michigan state lost the game :-)

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10/01/2005 11:32:00 PM 1 comments


You know you can always be scandalous and put him in some Orange and Blue ;o)

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:42 PM  

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