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Sunday Six

This one is going to have Luke, Han and Leia finding an apartment, sort of a sideways prologue to Save the Last Dance for Me  I’d say….and written because I’ve seen way too many eps of House Hunters International (first it was fun…now?  Uh….)

Anyway, they’ve been at a celebration for the New Republic:



Han rolled his eyes skyward and Leia laughed softly at the two of them. “C'mon. Let’s go say good night to the high council and go home. My feet are killing me.”

“You mean back to the hotel.”

“Beats the Falcon.”

“Well, right, I don’t have housekeeping and a tub, but I do offer discretion.” Han reminded Luke as the knight moved to Leia’s other side.

“We’ll have our own place soon enough.” Luke shrugged.

Leia groaned as they set off towards the dias. “I’d forgotten. We have another appointment with Grensus tomorrow. She says she has more places for us to see.”

Han sighed. “This is turning into the longest episode of House Hunters Coruscant in history. They make it look so easy on the holonet.”

Roger Goodell was booed mercilessly by Super Bowl crowd before Robert Kraft took a shot at him

The New England Patriots are Super Bowl 51 champions after mounting an historic comeback to beat the Atlanta Falcons 34-28 in overtime. 

During the Lombardi trophy celebration, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was booed mercilessly by New England fans while he attempted to congratulate Patriots owner Robert Kraft on the victory. You could barely hear Goodell through the chorus of boos. 

Then, after Kraft accepted the trophy, he took a clear shot at Goodell and the NFL for its handling of Deflategate. 

“A lot has transpired over the last two years,” Kraft said. “And I don’t think that needs any explanation.”

Here’s the moment:

And in case you needed some symbolism, as Kraft takes his shot at Goodell, you can see Goodell in the background, walking off the podium. 



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Patriots Player Martellus Bennett Says He’ll Skip Any White House Super Bowl Celebration Because of President Trump

The New England Patriots will be at least one player short when they visit the White House as the latest Super Bowl champions.

Shortly after the Patriots beat out the Atlanta Falcons 34-28, tight end Martellus Bennett vowed to skip the traditional trip to 1600 Pennsylvania due to his opposition to Donald Trump, according to USA Today.

“I’m not gonna go,” Bennett, 29, told reporters after Sunday’s win. “It is what it is. People know how I feel about it. Just follow me on Twitter.”

The NFL star has been vocal about his anti-Trump stance on the social media app. On Election Day, he declared his support for Hillary Clinton, tweeting, “I’m with her.” Months earlier, in a tweet, Bennett compared Trump to Harry Potter villain Voldemort.

Bennett said he and his fellow Patriot players keep political talk out of the locker room.

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“You just don’t bring that to work,” he told reporters. “We all have our beliefs. We accept people for who they are.”

Bennett added that he’s currently focused the team’s win – and Sunday’s game was a surprising one. The Patriots went into overtime after a rocky start — the Falcons led the Patriots 21-3 at halftime – before securing their fifth Super Bowl championship.

Super Bowl Marty!!

— Martellus Bennett (@MartysaurusRex) February 6, 2017

Many have called the win the biggest comeback in the game’s history.

Bennett shared his excitement on Twitter after the win, writing, “I’m a muthaf—— Super Bowl Champion.”

Mark Wahlberg FaceTimes Ludacris, Usher After Patriots' Super Bowl Win

After the New England Patriots made a historic comeback Sunday night in Super Bowl LI to beat the Atlanta Falcons, Mark Wahlberg decided to call a couple of Falcons fans to, as one of them put it, “rub it in.”

Ludacris, an Atlanta native, posted a screenshot of the actor, who is from Boston, FaceTiming his friend and athletic rival.

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“So of course he would call to Rub it in. Meanwhile I’m laughing to keep myself from crying. Damn This Hurts,” he wrote. Wahlberg reposted the photo as well.

But Wahlberg wasn’t done. He also called Usher, another Falcons fan.

“Trying to console my guy @usher. All love!” Wahlberg wrote.

Usher stayed classy, writing, “Can’t win them all. Congrats to the Pats. We will RISE UP and comeback stronger! Mark, we’re coming for that ?? in 2018, lol! #ATLUnited?.”

After trailing 28-3 in the second half, the Pats came back to win 34-28 in overtime, marking the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history. Brady also won his fourth Super Bowl MVP award and a record fifth Super Bowl win.

Trump calls Tom Brady his friend and a 'winner,' predicts Patriots will win Super Bowl LI

U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday picked the New England Patriots to beat the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI.

During Trump’s interview with Fox’s Bill O'Reilly, O'Reilly asked Trump to pick a winner for the game.

Trump first said, “I like [Patriots owner] Bob Kraft, I like coach [Bill] Belichick, Tom Brady is my friend.” When O'Reilly said Brady and Belichick have both faced criticism for their friendships with Trump, Trump said it’s also helping their popularity.

Trump called both teams “great” and said Matt Ryan, who was named MVP on Saturday, has had a good season.

Though he said he “hates to make predictions,” when pressed, he said he thinks the Patriots will by eight points.

Watch his answer below:

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US President Donald Trump on Sunday picked the New England Patriots to beat the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI.

During Trump’s interview with Fox’s Bill O'Reilly, O'Reilly asked Trump to pick a winner for the game.

Trump first said, “I like [Patriots owner] Bob Kraft, I like coach [Bill] Belichick, Tom Brady is my friend.” When O'Reilly said Brady and Belichick have both faced criticism for their friendships with Trump, Trump said it’s also helping their popularity.

Trump called both teams “great” and said Matt Ryan, who was named MVP on Saturday, has had a good season.

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U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday picked the New England Patriots to beat the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI.

During Trump’s interview with Fox’s Bill O'Reilly, O'Reilly asked Trump to pick a winner for the game.

Trump first said, “I like [Patriots owner] Bob Kraft, I like coach [Bill] Belichick, Tom Brady is my friend.” When O'Reilly said Brady and Belichick have both faced criticism for their friendships with Trump, Trump said it’s also helping their popularity.

Trump called both teams “great” and said Matt Ryan, who was named MVP on Saturday, has had a good season.

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