Who am I to deny pop culture? I watched parts of the Super Bowl. Pittsburg fans are rejoicing across the globe, while Seattle fans are going through several stages of grief. Itâ€™s hard for me to watch the end of a game; especially something as monumental and highly celebrated as the Super Bowl. Somebody has to lose the game. Somebody has to go home sad and dejected and I feel for those that donâ€™t win.
Some fans can just rejoice with the winners and chase the thoughts of the losing team out of their minds. Not I say the emotional empathizer. Is there counseling for the team that does not win? If there isnâ€™t, I say there should be some type of therapy. To make it so far and then have that dream taken away. Who wouldnâ€™t want to cry? Many players do cry and that makes me want to cry.
And the ads this year was nothing cry over. It was mainly a yawning experience. Did the advertisers just give up this year? It felt like a why even bother trying advertisement kind of Super Bowl. Nothing really would go down in advertisement memory. Waitâ€¦I did like the Sprint Cellular phone commercials. Those were good.
This years Super Bowl was OK and the football was good too. 🙂