...The Ravens simply answered the Giants' miraculous run with one of their own, letting all know, once and for all that there was nothing miraculous about the Giants in the least; not in this quarter nor the next.
Zorikh Lequidre, BFA from SVA, photographer and painter, unreasonably tall, one time squire in another quasi dimension, realized in the pit of his gut that if there were ten quarters in a Superbowl, then the Ravens would merely amass hundreds of points, and the Giants could do nothing but be increasingly rude. "Longbowmen would've stopped the bastard from scoring." Zorikh grumbled to his TV, though somewhat unconvinced. A split second calculation regarding the average force per square inch of a clothyard shaft versus the stopping power of your standard proffessional grade football plastic and foam was all he needed to ram the thought home. "Mmmmm." He smirked. "Yup. Longbowmen would do the job."
He sighed a tall sigh, having gone through all the Stages of Grief that a fan of the losing Superbowl team usually suffers; shock, denial, depression, anger, acceptance, then finally hunger, and a need to flip the channel. The remote had migrated once more into the roomate's den, therefore Zorikh stood and engaged his TV mano y mano.
"Scully's back...rerun" he announced to himself as he surfed. Then the face appeared.
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