SB LV: TB, 31; KC, 9. Tom Brady wins his seventh of ten Super Bowls. Let that sink in. He may be going for a ring on every finger (or more???). Congrats to Tampa. And to their credit, KC never gave up.
I have not watched a minute of football this season. Still, for this evening’s Super Bowl, I call Tampa. Because Brady playing at home, or just Brady. 7! Score? …uh, 7. Seven rings. VII. We’ll know for certain later. One will note that today’s date is the seventh – 7 for VII?
First, congratulations to the Chiefs.
Second, Franklin Graham noticed the ways of the world during the halftime show.
Reaction to the Super Bowl halftime show Sunday has been largely positive, with critics calling it “showstopping” and “flat-out electric,” but some critics are questioning the message the NFL was sending millions of young fans.
Among the critics is conservative evangelist Franklin Graham of North Carolina, who said the show’s sexual gyrations and stripper pole centerpiece left him disappointed in the NFL and event sponsor Pepsi.
“I don’t expect the world to act like the church, but our country has had a sense of moral decency on prime time television in order to protect children. We see that disappearing before our eyes,” he posted on Facebook.
I didn’t watch the show, so I can’t really comment on it. But, I didn’t watch partly because I suspected what Graham complained about could happen. What, really, does one expect any more?
Fox can find time for trannies and degenerates, but not for those just happy to be alive.
“If you look at Super Bowls of recent past, important social conversations have been taking place in commercials — issues of immigration, the #MeToo movement, commercials by Coca-Cola talking about transgenderism,” Yates said. “The Super Bowl is a national stage used to talk about important issues. We believe that this an important conversation that needs to take place.”
Fox separately ruffled Christian conservative feathers by reportedly approving a commercial for Sabra hummus that will include two drag queen stars named Kim Chi and Miz Cracker.
The short advertisement marks the first time that drag queens will be featured in a Super Bowl advertisement, according to The Washington Post. The ad features the two drag stars in a dressing room. Kim Chi is shown eating Sabra while Miz Cracker jokingly tries to fit a football helmet over a large wig.
“So there you have it. Fox has said ‘yes’ to drag queens and ‘no’ to abortion survivors,” Evangelical leader James Dobson, the founder of Focus on the Family, said in a statement. “Celebrating sexual fantasy while denying the value of every life… could the soul of America be any more lost?”
In a word, “no.” The Super Bowl and the NFL used to be about competition and sportsmanship. Fox has always been about ratings and money. This now is merely a freak show by and for the mutually debased.
“And since they did not see fit to acknowledge God, God gave them up to a debased mind to do what ought not to be done. They were filled with all manner of unrighteousness, evil, covetousness, malice.” Romans 1:28-29
Enjoy the show.
TikTok too. They say they’ve recanted (because caught?). Your kids can tell you what that garbage is, after the big lame.
The Patriots win. Again.
I said the Patriots would be in SB LI. They were. I said they’d beat the … ? … whoever they beat last year. They did. Then, last year, immediately after that predictable victory, I said the people in Boston were serious about coming back this year, this month, tomorrow. (Consult the Feb. 2017 archives for that and so much more). They meant it and they did it. They’re serious about winning again too. They will.
Still got some seats left! At a bargain price… ESPN.
And, still they won’t be finished. I’ve said previously that Brady and Co. would win number six to tie the Steelers for all-time wins and then win no. 7 for the record. I’m not sure 7 will follow 6 in succession next year but anything’s possible. Then, this particular dynasty might (might…) be finished. Time will tell. It’s also telling that Brady, Gisele’s alleged protestations aside, also predicts 2 more SB wins.
*Last year I ran some memes about the Falcons and their “heartbreaking” loss, which I commenced dropping before they actually lost. It now occurs to me that eagles and falcons are near aviary twins. So, I could repeat the memes, merely striking one for the other, name-wise. I won’t. I’m not that cruel and it’s not necessary.*
There’s a reason for all this, for the unstoppable perfection. I covered that pretty well last year for SB LI. A few days ago I heard some sports commentator expound that even the Pats haters should take a moment to appreciate the uniqueness of what we’ve witnessed these past two decades out of NE; it’s something special in sports history. Most won’t and that’s okay. In fact, it may be better so.
One of the two positions must be true: 1) either the Pats don’t notice and/or don’t care about the opposition opinions, or; 2) they feed off of it. If it’s the later, then there’s a lot of food for the feast: it really is New England vs. The World.
BOSTON (CBS) – “New England vs. Everybody” is more than just a shirt – it’s reality, according to a new poll.
A survey from Monmouth University finds that 37 percent of Americans are rooting for the Philadelphia Eagles to win Super Bowl LII, compared to just 16 percent who want another Patriots championship.
If you hate them down now, they will become more powerful than you could possibly imagine…
Powerful like tomorrow evening. 28 – 24, NE.
PS: as noted at FP News this week, this could also be the H3N2 Flu Bowl…
I must admit, I am a minor league illuminati watcher. Usually my concern centers around powers seeking to influence the government. At other times I comment on the culture. Sometimes the two intersect.
There are some I consider Big Show illuminati watchers. And I respect them on average. Evil is real and it always seeks to corrupt. It’s important to monitor and guard against that. However, some get carried away. Sometimes they get it wrong. Or, maybe it is that i just don’t see what they do.
Here’s a contemporary example:
Lady Gaga nearly rocked the roof off the NRG Stadium during Super Bowl LI. Initially, I was concerned about PC intrusion into her halftime show. I worry a lot… But, I didn’t see it. Some did. I did not. Some tried to “body shame” her. I sure as heck didn’t see that. Now, Alex Jones and Co. claim the whole show was a Satanic ritual designed to mesmerize and indoctrinate the masses.
I just didn’t see that – and I looked for it. So much of pop culture revolves around the occult that it’s frequently impossible to miss. Still, I did not see it with Gaga. Now, just yesterday, I helped break Gaga-Gate with the esteemed assistance of Mohamed Sanu: Gaga colluded with Coach B. to bend time, giving the Pats a transquantum advantage – the only rational explanation of how the Falcons could have possibly lost.
Given Gaga-Gate and what Jones said, I was determined to go back and re watch the show for signs of the supernatural. I still did not see his concern. But, I did see something! This something is most unusual. It gives Gaga-Gate a twist no one (expect maybe Sanu) could have predicted. What I discovered is utterly insane. Let me outline this for you:
The Super Bowl was played between the New England Patriots (victors, naturally) and the Atlanta Falcons. The game was played at the NRG in Houston, Texas, home of the Houston Texans. Got that: New England, Atlanta, Houston. Now. Check this out:
The following pics are from the Gaga show, which you can watch HERE.
In this picture from the show’s opening one can plainly see Troy Aikman and Dak Prescott sitting in Sec. 103, row 16, seats 6 and 7 (circled in red). Both are laughing maniacally. What’s that all about?!
Next, as Gaga descends from the rooftop, she passes directly under a single star (yeah, right, Texas “flag”).
The whole field was covered with blue stars.
Those blue stars remind you of anything? And, here one last bit of conclusive proof:
That male dancer who carried the lovely Gaga, Frankenstein-style (in front of another giant blue star, by the way)? That was Roger Staubach’s grandson!
I think you get the picture now. The entire 14-minute show (40-min by Sanu’s reckoning) was a huge Dallas Cowboys propaganda hit piece!
The most insidious thing in the annals of the NFL and television. I’m speechless…
Thank God we know now just how the Falcons lost in such spectacular fashion. It wasn’t the Russians. It wasn’t Trump. The electoral college had nothing to do with it. The KKK was not involved. And it certainly wasn’t a lack of talent and discipline when facing a vastly superior team. No.
It was Lady Gaga. Atlanta WR Mohamed Sanu (rhymes with coo coo) explains:
Wide receiver Mohamed Sanu told the NFL Network’s Good Morning Football on Friday that Lady Gaga’s 40-minute halftime performance “definitely did” impact the team’s play in the second half.
“Usually, halftime is only like 15 minutes, and when you’re not on the field for like an hour, it’s just like going to work out, like a great workout, and you go sit on the couch for an hour and then try to start working out again,” Sanu said on the NFL Network, via by CBS Sports.
Sanu said he doesn’t “know if you can simulate something like” the lengthy halftime break.
Leading up to past Super Bowl appearances, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick has had his team stop for a half hour in the middle of practice to simulate the halftime performance.
Bill was cheating again. Neither the Falcons, nor any other team, could ever simulate a halftime break during their practices. Unthinkable. Bill. Cheating. Again. Heck, I’ll bet he messed with the time-space continuum in order to warp the Pats straight through halftime – probably in cahoots with Gaga. Gaga-gate. Five game suspension!
Gaga frantically communicates with Belichick via “hidden mic” earpiece as Sanu catches on…. Getty.
This is pitiful and delusional even by Loserville standards. They’ll have a hard time topping that after the Pats win SB LII next year.
Not really. Wait. Yes, yes I do.
Still getting over Super Bowl LI here – maybe the best football game I’ve ever seen. And part of the experience was Lady Gaga’s knock-out halftime show. She killed it. She was the runner-up MVP to Brady. Well, maybe not, but she was great.
Then I heard some rumors on these interwebs about someone – and I have no idea how anyone could do this – someone was “body shaming” my beloved Gaga. I then learned that that means they made fun of her for being out of shape…
I was out of shape myself for a decade or more. I know a thing or two about it. I know how hard it is to come back and to keep it up. Fitness is a big part of what I write about here. Nothing makes me happier than seeing someone lose the weight and hit the gym, etc. Anyway, I then returned my thoughts to Lady Gaga and her appearance last Sunday.
How the hell is this out of shape?
Billboard / Fox / NFL / Gaga.
I look at that and see …. talented, beauty! Trying not to be a pig here. Sorry. Love her. She’s the total package: great voice, energetic, plays her own instruments, upbeat pop, etc., etc. Strictly speaking to her physical appearance, I’m thinking “dream girl”.
Some dork named “Nanath” noted her “flab”. I don’t see that (revert to the above pic for reference) but I can see “Nathan” being a fat loser. “Jake” says she has a “gut”. Any bets “Jake” has never kissed a girl? Somebody “AppleCore” says she has a “flabby belly”… That fruit is rotten to the core. There’s probably no teeth to knock out. Certainly no couth.
But she doesn’t need me to defend her. The classy little lady strode right past her pitiful detractors:
“I heard my body is a topic of conversation so I wanted to say, I’m proud of my body and you should be proud of yours too,” she wrote on Instagram in the caption of a photo of her performing. “No matter who you are or what you do.”
Instantly turned these idiots into a positive message for everyone. Amazing.
It’s not often I side with the feminists. Even more amazing. But that’s the power of Gaga. No shame it that at all.
*Note: Perrin may have developed a crush on Lady Gaga. If you are her, please contact him immediately…