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(Time)   The five most bizarre, unexpected things you will see this year at the Super Bowl. Aside from the Seahawks, that is   (business.time.com) divider line 8
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2014-01-27 07:37:03 AM  
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From TFA:  "This year, the company is taking a different tact"

It's TACK.  As in sailing.  As in changing to a different tack while sailing upwind, meaning changing direction.  A different "tact" is meaningless gibberish.  Way to go Time, you bastion of American journalism.
2014-01-27 07:32:20 AM  
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desertfool: Jorn the Younger: Mock26: I used to enjoy the Super Bowl, back when it was just a football game with maybe an hour or two of pregame hype.  Then it turned into some giant media monster that seems to start up an entire day before kick off, so then I would just keep the game on while doing something else and pay attention to the commercials.  Then I would skip the game entirely and just watch the commercials online.  Now, I do not even bother with that.  The game and the commercials are just not worth it any more.

Of course, with the prospect of a cold outdoor game I just might watch it this year.  But until the League decides to allow for an equal chance by all stadiums to host the Super Bowl it is really just a farking joke.  I personally would love to see the Super Bowl up in Green Bay.


 ^^^^^THIS

It's going to be -20, before wind chill, in this area tomorrow. A Super Bowl up here would not be a good idea.


Football is an outdoor sport, or at least it's supposed to be.

All football games should be played in open air on natural grass.
2014-01-27 07:05:26 AM  
1 votes:
I used to enjoy the Super Bowl, back when it was just a football game with maybe an hour or two of pregame hype.  Then it turned into some giant media monster that seems to start up an entire day before kick off, so then I would just keep the game on while doing something else and pay attention to the commercials.  Then I would skip the game entirely and just watch the commercials online.  Now, I do not even bother with that.  The game and the commercials are just not worth it any more.

Of course, with the prospect of a cold outdoor game I just might watch it this year.  But until the League decides to allow for an equal chance by all stadiums to host the Super Bowl it is really just a farking joke.  I personally would love to see the Super Bowl up in Green Bay.
2014-01-27 05:32:09 AM  
1 votes:
They'll be repeating those same commercials ad nauseum for the next year.
I don't think I need a sneak peek.
2014-01-27 05:25:27 AM  
1 votes:

jmr61: Nope. Not I. I don't watch commercials. Ever.

That includes Super Bowl.


I hear ya, bro. In fact, I don't even own a TV.


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2014-01-27 05:10:07 AM  
1 votes:
I hope the Seahawks will lose just so everybody will stfu about it.
2014-01-27 04:46:53 AM  
1 votes:

DrBenway: Snow?


THIS!!!

WTF was the NFL thinking?
2014-01-27 04:28:11 AM  
1 votes:
I'm not thrilled that we consider commercials news.
 
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