Some cool Super Bowl Texas images:
Actress Olivia Munn attends a private dinner hosted by Audi during Super Bowl 2011 weekend at the Audi Forum Dallas on February 5, 2011 in Dallas, Texas.
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Actress Olivia Munn attends a private dinner hosted by Audi during Super Bowl 2011 weekend at the Audi Forum Dallas on February 5, 2011 in Dallas, Texas..Audi Hosts A Private Dinner During Super Bowl 2011 Weekend At The Audi Forum Dallas.Dallas, TX United States.February 5, 2011.Photo by Michael Buckner/Getty Images North America..To license this image (63331386), contact WireImage.com
Here we go again
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After last week’s storm that closed schools for 4 days and messed with the Super Bowl, we’ve been hit today with another ice+snow storms accompanied by wind chills in the single digits and headed down. Needless to say school is closed again today. If we’re lucky we might make it as high as 32F tomorrow.
Happy Hump Day?
Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders
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YONGSAN GARRISON, Republic of Korea – The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders performed a high-energy musical and dance performance at Yongsan’s Collier Field House Dec. 27. More than 300 Soliders, civilians and Family members gathered to watch the show.
Since their first USO tour to Korea in 1979, the troupe has toured the globe not only to entertain during Christmas and the New Year holidays but also to visit wounded Servicemembers and deliver holiday cards to troops.
"We love giving back to our Soldiers," said cheerleader Ally Traylor. "We appreciate their efforts to keep us safe and to protect our freedom."
The cheerleaders provided a variety of performances including hip-hop, country, and solos by cheerleader Tobie Kay.
Toward the end of the show, cheerleader Trisha Trevino asked Dallas Cowboys trivia questions and handed out gifts to those that were able to answer the question. Some of the questions that were asked were; how many Super Bowls have the Cowboys won, what’s the Cowboys’ record this season, and how many stripes are in the Cowboys Cheerleaders’ uniform? The answers are five, 9-6 (current at the time of the performance), and 15.
"I have been a Dallas Cowboys fan for 24 years now, that is, ever since I was born," said Sgt. Kyle Davidson. "This is my first time to see them here in Yongsan. It was awesome to see them so up close. It brought a little bit of Texas right here."
In the end, USAG-Yongsan Commander Col. Dave Hall thanked the cheerleaders for "forfeiting their Christmas and New Years to be on the road."
"This is one of our special events of the year," Hall said. "You have all been tremendous. Thank you for everything."
The cheerleaders were also scheduled to visit Osan, Camp Casey, Camp Humphries and Camp Carroll.
For more information about living and working in Korea visit http://www.usfk.mil