Are You A Couch Potato Football Fan

Dated: 09/27/2015

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Are you a couch potato weekend football fan lying around in the warm and cozy confines of your family room watching football?  This usually begins around noon and lasting the remainder of the day into the evening hours.

Some will do their usual walking sessions during the games, meaning at time outs and possession changes, get off the couch and walk briskly to the refrigerator for a beer and snack, or go to the bathroom, and even,  maybe take their dog out for their very short walk, then back to the refrigerator before retiring to the couch and wait for the next commercial break.

Rather than partaking in the sport at home, maybe you should consider sharing this "couch potato" phenomena with others at one of the local bars from Nyack to Suffern and Sloatsburg.

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Mary Barber

A former teacher in Rockland, I entered the field of real estate ten years ago. In a short period of time I developed a long list of satisfied clients. Prior to my affiliation with Wright Bros. Real ....

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