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The Walking Dead premiere great way to start Halloween

Man, I just can't get enough of AMC's "The Walking Dead."

I got hooked last season and watched the six episodes of Season 1 at least a couple of times and never tired of it.

It quickly has become one of my favorite series to watch, filling a void left by "Battlestar Galactica." Coincidentally, Bear McCreary did the score for BSG and does TWD as well. The man is incredible.

Anyway, back to the Dead.

It returned to TV on Sunday night and didn't disappoint. Zombies, blood, gore, drama and more. It had it all, including a stunning plot twist that I didn't see coming.

Maybe it was because I was too wrapped up in it. I won't spoil it if you didn't see it. And, if you haven't seen the series, check it out.


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His pass in Super Bowl XL helped clinch the Steelers' fifth Lombardi.

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The Post-Gazette's story was a grabber, with Randle El saying he wouldn't play football if he could do it over again.

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The kids are getting bigger and faster, so the concussions, the severe spinal cord injuries, are only going to get worse. It’s a tough pill to swallow because I love the game of football. But I tell parents, you can have the right helmet, the perfect pads on, and still end up with a paraplegic kid. There’s no correcting it. There’s no helmet that’s going to correct it. There’s no teaching that’s going to correct it. It just comes down to it’s a physically violent game. Football players are in a car wreck every week.
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