Oh, yay! Super Bowl Sunday. Is anyone going to watch the game? Does anyone care? The “illustrious” former-St.-Louis-now-L.A. Rams compete against the New England Patriots. Such suspense!
All across the nations (U.S. and Canada, for two), superb Super Bowl parties will take place. Fans and non-fans will guzzle beer and other adult beverages, while scarfing nachos, chili, and other terrible-for-your-health snacks.
Do you care who wins? Many in St. Louis will be rooting against their former team, booing and hissing Stan Kroenke.
But what’s not to like about a team called The Patriots?
Will anyone dare take a knee while the incomparable Gladys Knights sings the National Anthem?
The Thunderbirds will do a flyover as Gladys finishes singing. That might be worth tuning in to see, provided they don’t cut to a commercial instead.
Place your bets! How many advertisers, besides AB InBev, will take the opportunity to preach about “green energy,” climate change or various and sundry other progressive causes?
MUST progressives ruin literally everything? Care for a little propaganda with your Bud Light?
The ad, called “Wind Never Felt Better,” shows the Clydesdales galloping through a wind farm, complete with Bud-branded turbines. On-screen text states that Budweiser is “now brewed with wind power.”
The brewer last year set a goal to ensure that by 2025 all of the electricity it purchases globally will come from renewable sources.
Wind never felt better? Tell that to the birds, bats, and other creatures killed or otherwise harmed by wind turbines.
Ironic, considering the InBev corporate logo.
If you don’t care for football and aren’t curious to see if there’ll be a “wardrobe malfunction” during the “controversial” halftime program (Maroon 5 and SpongeBob?), you can always watch Puppy Bowl XV on Animal Planet, Kitten Bowl VI on Hallmark, or any of the marathons on various other TV channels.
Or you could turn off the TV, turn on a classical music radio station, and settle in with a good book.
Whatever you do, enjoy your Sunday!