Quick, one-take comments about the game and the cultural phenomenon of the stuff surrounding last night’s Super Bowl.
The game was excellent. Patriots’ victories are always symbolically loaded. Happy to discuss the game more in the comments. Respect to apex man Tom Brady, his team, and also to young Jared Goff of the Rams who fought hard and bravely.
The halftime show: Maroon 5 has some decent songs but that medley, along with the rap cameos makes me wonder, does anyone like that kind of production? I get it, that the fans around the stage were caught up in the moment, the beat and lights show, that’s how concerts are. But watching it from the screen, it looked like technically impressive visuals plus auditory mess.
Anonymous Conservative points out that lead singer Adam Levine’s big tattoo, displayed when he took off his shirt, is a p-d0pizza butterfly icon.
The commercials weren’t as in-your-face anti-White as usual and I don’t recall seeing any with a mixed-race couple. Still, one wonders if there is some law that there must be a black in every commercial.
NFL’s paeans to “social justice,” they used those very words — what would one expect. They gave a shoutout to something involving, forgot the exact words, “justice in juvenile discipline,” which indubitably translates to “let violent, adult-bodied black 16 year olds get away with criminal TNB.”
The honors to MLK serve solely to showcase the anachronism of that charlatan. An updating of that propaganda: one of the Williams tennis players’ speech about how when you’re not invited, you invite yourself in. That, in one TV ad, is liberalism. Never build, always squat on someone else’s real estate and run it down.
Modern, heavily funded liberal entertainment, including ads that reach for epic heights, fall flat because their liberal “attitude” and casting make them the opposite of inspiring. Diversity ruins everything.
The game itself: fantastic.