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Monday, February 07, 2005 

The Clean Super Bowl

Thankfully I didn't have to fret while my kids watched the Superbowl this year.

There were no breasts flinging out of malfunctioning wardrobes or pathetically written songs being sung by losers during the halftime show expressing how an ignorant teen idol was going to have a middle aged woman naked by the end of the song.

Granted having Paul McCartney do the halftime show may have been overkill on the morality safety but better to err on the side of caution eh?

How about the Anheiser-Busch commercial supporting our troops eh? Refreshing.

And the National Anthem being sung by our troops brought tears to my eyes. Which was an another refreshing reflection on our Nation's Anthem rather than it being analyzed on how the current flavor of the year singer attempted to make the anthem their own by cleverly inflecting their voice to make the anthem 'their own' special version.

As for the Eagles losing the Bowl... I was rooting for McNabb to certainly have a better game than he did. Had he played just a little bit cleaner, they'd have the trophy hoisted in their favor.

They did cover the spread however.
*grin*

On to next year...

I didn't watch the superbowl halftime show, because I was playing cards.
Libertarian4Truth

I was chowing on a ton of bbq dripping ribs...

MMMmmm...

Unfortunately, the pre-game show still contained the poor taste and filth that seems to run through so much of our current pop culture. The Black Eye Peas gyrations on stage was simply a strip show with their clothes left on, I could have done without that.

Keep bloggin' Josh, regards,
Alan

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