Who the hell is THE WHO?

Ok, now maybe it was before my time, or maybe im just not that into music as I thought I was. But I have to ask… Who the hell is The Who?


Who they are: The Who is an English rock band from 1964; wait a minute I want even born yet! And they were there why?


After all the controversy, The Who finally made it to the Super Bowl last night (Feb. 7).  And boy did it suck. In the legion of Super Bowl half-time performances, this one is either going to be swept swiftly under the carpet or will be held up as a new low point for ageing rockers not knowing when to retire. 

Roger Daltry gurned like Gary Busey throughout this strained performance, while Pete Townsend was barely able to hoist his arm up in the air for his famous "windmill" guitar strokes. There were lasers and mod symbols (and mod cymbals), but none of this was enough to make up for the awfulness of a band who should have called it a day years ago.


So, I have one question, who is who's grand kid or even better great grand kid and how much did they get paid to get grand pa that gig!


Super Bowl 44….Who DAT!


Who Dat was the questions and the answer was…..THE NEW ORLEANS SAINTS!!!!!    

The following was taken from msn.foxsports.com


Who Dat? Try Drew Brees, Sean Payton and a team that has reversed its embarrassing past, carrying an entire city to the top with it.
Put away those paper bags forever. Brees and the Saints rallied to upset Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts 31-17 Sunday night in one of pro football's most thrilling title games.

``We just believed in ourselves and we knew that we had an entire city and maybe an entire country behind us,'' said Brees, the game's MVP. ``What can I say? I tried to imagine what this moment would be like for a long time, and it's better than expected.'' But not something many expected from these descendants of the hapless Aints, who were 5-point underdogs.

``Four years ago who ever thought this would be happening when 85 percent of the city was under water from (Hurricane) Katrina,'' Brees said. ``Most people not knowing if New Orleans would ever come back or if the organization and the team would come back. ... This is the culmination of that belief and that faith.''

Brees tied a Super Bowl record with 32 completions, the last a 2-yard slant to Jeremy Shockey for the winning points with 5:42 remaining. He was 32 for 39 for 288 yards.


A surprise onside kick sparked the Saints' second-half comeback. Their 25th-ranked defense made several key stops, and Tracy Porter's 74-yard interception return on a pass from Manning clinched it.

Manning tried to give chase, but was blocked by a New Orleans defender and fell awkwardly as the cornerback raced by. The four-time NFL MVP forlornly walked to the sideline as the Big Easy celebrations began.

``It's time for the Saints to celebrate,'' he said. ``It's their field and it's their championship.''

An NFL also-ran for much of their 43 years, the Saints' football renaissance, led by Brees and Payton, climaxed with Shockey's touchdown and Lance Moore's 2-point conversion catch, originally ruled incomplete but overturned on Payton's challenge.

Porter's pick, just as dramatic as his interception of Brett Favre's pass to force overtime in the NFC title game, was the game's only turnover. It's one Manning will forever regret.

The Saints (16-3) won three postseason games this winter after winning only two in the previous 42 years. They beat Arizona, Minnesota and Indianapolis (16-3) - all division winners - for their first title, scoring 107 points and allowing only 59.


``We weren't the Aints,'' Porter said. ``We were a team of destiny, a team that can make big plays.''

The championship came 4 1/2 years after Katrina ravaged New Orleans, making the Saints nomads for the 2005 season. There even was some doubt they would return, but the NFL refused to abandon the city. The Superdome was repaired and the Saints won the NFC South in '06, their first season with Brees and Payton.

That was the season Manning won his only Super Bowl. He got the Colts off a quick start and had them in front for much of this one, but New Orleans' league-leading offense, which scored 510 points this season, outscored Indy 31-7 after falling behind 10-0. That matched the biggest comeback in a Super Bowl.

Payton held the Vince Lombardi Trophy high over his head and ran into the end zone toward several hundred fans chanting the Saints' rally cry: ``Who dat, who dat, who dat say gonna beat dem Saints?''

Nobody can say it now.