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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Brittany Heller
When the game finally begins, the people of Green Bay, Wis., will forget about mortgages, taxes, unemployment and even the spirit-crushing February weather that freezes the "Frozen Tundra of Lambeau Field."
They came with their beads, brats and beer. They came with their jerseys, their capes and, of course, their cheese heads.
Heller said she was in third grade when the Packers last won the Super Bowl in 1997.
"I can't even say what I'm feeling right now. I'm shaking," said Brittany Heller, 23, of Brodhead, Wis., as she watched pre-game programming at the Stadium View Bar & Grill about a block from Lambeau Field. "It's an 11 out of 10."