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The Who is on first

Singer Roger Daltrey, left, greets actor Michael J.

Singer Roger Daltrey, left, greets actor Michael J. Fox at "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Cure Parkinson's" the Michael J Fox Foundation benefit gala on Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2008 in New York. The star of TV's "Family Ties" and "Spin City" and the "Back to the Future" films was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 1991 and revealed his condition publicly in 1998. (Credit: Evan Agostini/AP)

I'm back, WatchDog Nation. Yes, I enjoyed my 11 days off. Thanks for asking.

A bunch of stuff happened while I was gone that seemed interesting at the time, but now I don't remember most of it.

I know the Giants, Jets, Knicks and Nets combined for zero victories during my hiatus.

The local hockey teams probably won some games, but I'm not sure.

My favorite story from my absence was broken by Syosset's own Jimmy Traina of SI.com.

Traina reported The Who will be the halftime act at Super Bowl XLIV, extending the most shocking active streak in sports:

For the sixth consecutive year in the post-Janet Jackson era, the Super Bowl halftime performer(s) will be older than me - in five of those cases by a decade or more.

This guarantees another year of the following question from my daughters as they watch the big show:

"Who are those old guys?"

The difference this time is that I will cleverly respond thusly: "Yes."

Photo: AP

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