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Title: Island times
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Publication Date: January 28, 2009
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Are You Ready To Witness The Thrill and The Agony?


Football fans are not really
crazy They just appear to be a little
in left field with their face paint-
ings, ridiculous headpieces and
team jerseys During games they
never shut their mouths or stop
waving game day towels They
stay with the game until the last
seconds tick off the clock and a
Super Bowl Champion is crowned
Tre fans do not fold and drift
away iftheir favorite teams do not
make the playoffs. the NFC orAFC
championships, or the Super Bowl
They simply take possession of


Many high profile teams have
fallen this year so theArizona "We
Don't Get No Respect" Cardinals
and the Pittsburgh "We've Been
Here Before" Steelers willtangle on
February 1 in Tampa at Super Bow I
XL III
The stories that will be writ-
ten about these two teams would
fi t a big city library The electronic
media will ]ump on every little de-
tail swirling around this game The
Island Times will stickwith its past
history, and that of its predeces-
sor, The Islander, by offering pre-
dictions
The late Pete McCulley,
Beach resident and head coach of
the San Francisco Forty-Niners at
one time, was always the predic-
tor, so to honor his m emory his wife,
Nettle, gives her take on the up-
coming rival
"Yes, I say the Arizona Cardi-
nals will win," she says without
hesitation
Next up, Jim Amberson who
has been predicting the Super
Bowl outcome for threefor years "I
must defer to my kitchen manager
at Sidelines, Jamle Vaughn He has
previously picked the winners and
given the correct score This year


he says it will be the Cardmals, 27,
and the Steelers,24 "
Venerable Andy Bessone has
a doll Yes, a Steelers doll which
sings "Are You Ready for Some
Football'" Andy is a bigger-than-
life Steelers fan and he heads the
crowd in Villa Sabine, a hot bed of
Steelers fans Bill Griffith, former
SRIABoard Chairman, says, "There
is only one sure prediction
Steelers by 10 "
Rev Chuck Randle, pastor of
the Beach Commuity Church, and
Island Times columnist cast his
vote for the Cardir
for the Cardinals '
were m Chicago, moved there from
Wisconsin and then moved to St
Louis I grew up about 25 miles
ifom St Louis and lived for 33 years
near Chicago, so it is only natural
that I should cheer for them
Thanks forasking Endofsermon
Nuts and Bolts columnist,
Candace Segar picked the Steelers
since they are her husband's sec-
ond favoriteteam Sheand herhus-
band, Ralph, lived m Pittsburg for
several years which may have had
some effect on their decision
Liz Hewson, The Lizzard's
Tongue said check her column
Rick Uzdevenes, Readin the
Water columnist, said, "The Steel
Curtain returns Besides that, my
parents were both bor in Penn-
sylvania ts Steelers all the way"
Glenn Windham tells it like it
is The founder of the Capt'n Fun
Runners says, "I don't care for
Pittsburgh Arizona will win by four
points "
Joe Ralph turner, Krewe of
recks King in 2007, has mixed
emotions He thinks Pittsburgh will
win, but he wishes Arizona would
because the quarterback, Kurt
Warner, is an outstanding human
being


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Another former Krewe of
Wrecks King Jim Cunninham,
says the Cardinals will squeak by
in a really close game "They will
win by one point "
.im Cox. PBApresident says he
is a Saints fan, but will be cheering
for the Steelers "When I was inthe
restaurant business, my most prof-
itable store was in Pittsburgh I re-
member the town with fondness "
Jim's wife, Lila, also active in
the community, disagrees She
says the Cardmals will win and then
bemoans the fact that the Saints
fail to make the playoffs year after
dismal year
Tommy Gnce, the Beach's own
Court Jester, the nod to the
Cardinals "It ... be Arizona by
more than one point They have a
great quarterback and running
back "


Joanne Brooks says that as an
old tennis player, her money is on
the Cardinals "Someone with
fewer wins is hungrier and will play
all out with no fear "
Nasty John Thomas, a diehard
fan of the University ofNebraska's
Big Red, believes the Big Red Ari-
zona will w n by seven because of
their great quarterback
Bobby Draper, guru of NFL
football on Pensacola Beach says
he's for Arizona because, "We
Saints fans love to cheer for the
underdog "
Amy DePew, Queen of Coma,
leaves the pick up to the universe
She says, "Go Gators "
John "JP" Caballero, who is
Roy Jones. Jr's spokesperson,
chooses Arizona because "on any
given Sunday Kurt Warner can
throw for 300 vards He doesn't


think the Steelers can stop Anquan
Boldm andLarry Fitzgerald "They
are playing hot and want to wm it
will be Arizona, 31 to 27 "
And Roy Jones, Jr, world fa-
mous boxer and Grand Marshal of
the 2008 Pensacola Beach Christ-
mas parade, says the Steelers will
deliver a knockout punch He
noted their defense is the hardest
hitting nthe NL "Ifthey canstop


will be a close game, but I'm taking
Pitt They are a well rounded team
with a good quarterback, good run-
ning backs and receivers, and they
have the NFL defensive player of
the year "
It's crunch time Put on your
crazy hats, crankup the volume on
your vocal cords and wave those
towels Mav the best team win


Safety Offcials Rad For Huge Parade awd


The big day, February 22, for
the Krewe of Wrecks Mardi Gras
parade is fast approaclung and it
is the goal of the organizers aind
deputies to keep everyone safe
before, during and after the pro-
cession on Via de Luna
The members ofthe Associa-
tion of Krewes hosted a meeting
January 15 at the Santa Rosa Is-
land Authority boardroom where
the Escambia County Deputies,
the Gulf Breeze Police department,
Bob West, SRIA Safety Director,
Kim Due i1, SRIAevents coordina-
tor, Mason Kilgore, SRIA Mainte-
nance Director, and Matt
Mooneyham, SRIAEnvironmental
Services Director were available to
discuss parade safety
In addition to the safety offi-
clals, fifteen krewes were repre-
sented and were given instructions
which they must follow to ensure
the safety ofthe float riders as well
as the thousands of spectators
"We must keep the Casino
Beach parking lot traffic flow-
ing," Deputy Matt Baxter said
"Our number one post-parade
focus is to assist traffic leaving
the island "
Gary Montee, Licutenant-in-
Charge of the Beach sub station


announced that new SheriffDave
hands-on and he
SIsland on Parade
Day
Floats will begin checking i
for the parade at 10 am on P eb-
ruary 22 and Via de Luna be-
comes congested rapidly after


the line-up begins
Deputies asked that float rid-
ers be courteous to the residents
on the Island They are asked to
take their debris to the large
dumpsters, and to observe rea-
sonable rules regarding noise as
well as litter


Beach Road Repair Continues

L ~ l7b C".. C2 .. .'.. Gras


The Krewe of Wrecks Mardi
Gras parade will once again roll
without any access on Highway
399 fromn Navarre Beach The road
which has been closed since Iur-
ricane Dennis in 2005 is now
scheduled to open March 3 Pa-
rade Day is Februai 22
"There is ve little chance tie
road would be complete before the
Beach Mardi G ras parade," Jeriy
Eubanks, Superintendent, Gulf Is-
lands National Seashore said
The contractor is hopeful that
the road will be opened sometime
between february 28 and March
3
Despite the time period of
more than three years to get the
repairs completed, Eubanks said


the road will not be as perfect as
he originally planned
"There will be a number of
places which are merely patched
That was the trade-off for getting
it done m a more timely fashion,"
he said
Long terms plans include road
resurfacing evei six years
Eubanks noted that the road
is situated so dunes can develop
on both sides of the road for pro-
tection
"If we can survive a few more
years without stores and allow
nature to rebuild the dune system,
it will provide more protection for
the road." Eubanks said
An official opening ceremony
will be planned at a later date


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ers Y'all know it's my favorite sea-
son of the entire year There's
magic in the air and the whole Is-
land glows with the excitement and
magic dust I loved fairy tales as a
child and I believe this is as close
as I'll ever come to living m one
Playing dress-up in my sisters'
clothes (circa 1959) wasmy favor-
ite game Now, Ihave my very own
sparkly, shiny gowns with the
wondrous additions of tiaras,
rhinestones, costumes and, al-
ways, fairy dustl I love that stuff
and think the world would be a
better and happier place if every-
one used just a little bit every day
Imagine the peace talks be-
tween nations with everyone wear-
ing fairy dust It's nearly impos-
sible to get angry with someone
whose face looks shiny and happy
And war? How could you
have awar when everybody's shiny
and sparkly?
We have enough dullness,
and sadness and all that trial and
tribulation stuff that's part of ev-
eryday life I, for one, have had
enough of being told how much
money I do not havel I already
know that and I'm used to it, as I
have never really had much any-
way Somehow there always seems
to be enough and for that I'm eter-
nally grateful
But imagine Congress in ses-
sion with everyone wearing fairy
dust Lord, I'd probably be more
interested in politics or maybe the
Super Bowl (they need waayyy
more shine in those uniforms) I'm
just saying a little make-believe
and magic dust would enhance
everyone's disposition
Another magical part of Mardi
Gras is beadtnppim' Mobilel How
can you get through Mardi Gras
without it? God Bless our gener-
ous, wonderful Marilyn
LeNormand who is our host each
year for this unforgettable adven-
turel Not only does she provide
lodging for the entire (almost)
Krewe of Nereids, she's created
this incredible outside room Ithas
all the comforts, including refrig-


erator, beautiful hghtmg, heat and
gorgeous landscaping Of course,
lighting is not really necessary af-
ter we've been to Dynasty and
Toomey's After all, glowing like a
light bulb does not really represent
a problem, it's more of an achieve-
ment or an accomplished goal
Congratulations to the new
Nereid Royalty, King George
Henshall and Queen Elaine
Mitchell Such representation
makes me proud to be part of this
fun-loving, all-female Krewe
Did I mention being on the
cover of the Island Times? "My
cup runneth over
Meanwhile, those little furry
Nauga creatures are being spotted
all over the beach Get your paja-
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(please, NEVER wear actual
naugahyde) and don't spare the
fairy dustl Nauga's are notorious
for using it excessively It may be
surprising to newcomers that
Naugas were once an endangered
species Judging by the growing
size of the breakfast crowd, I'd say
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generally civil, at least it is not a p.m. on Thursday,
military coup. The transition is one
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