February 3, 2014
By Rob Kall
some thoughts after viewing one the nation's most popular distractors from reality.
Some thoughts after viewing one the nation's most popular distractors from reality:
I'm not much of a sports fan, but it was nice to see a team with a quarterback making around half a million a year beat a favored team with a quarterback making over $15 million. The Seahawks had more salary budget to spread around. That less top-down, less elite approach seemed to work pretty well.
Now, let's apply that to income inequality and the myth of "job creators." I bet the Broncos are having thoughts on THAT income discrepancy.
Now, Manning apparently set a record for most completions in a Superbowl. How's that working, Broncos?
The commercials this year had a "cute and loveable" theme. Even usually hypersexualized Godaddy skipped the T & A approach
Still, this cultural black hole sucks away scores of millions of people's attention from things that really matter. Then again, it's just a bigger version of more of the same distraction technology and cultural flack. Pro-football, run by the "non-profit" NFL, produces metaphoric head trauma to viewers as well as players.
What are your thoughts on the Superbowl and football.
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