The only time snow has ever fallen in Miami, Florida was 37 years ago today. Due to the light dusting, 150,000 migrant workers lost their jobs and a state of emergency was called. The city of which I currently reside is in a similar state of emergency. Their precious Seahawks are up against their rival, a team only a month and a half prior they lost to by two points, and of which stands between them and a never won Superbowl. This rival was taken to new heights after Seattle fans flew their logo on a banner above Candlestick Park and matched by San Fran fan's when they raised $9,000 for a billboard boasting their five Superbowl trophies. Whatever the outcome, downtown Seattle will become a rabid dog in just a few hours. Unknowingly I purchased tickets to Jerry Springer: The Opera, a mere six blocks away from the stadium. The play will most likely let out just as the game starts, hopefully making the play to game transition as seamless as possible. If there is any doubt as to where my allegiance lies, let me say one thing before I forget, GO HAWKS!