Reader Peter Kruimer has the floor:
"Can the NFL seriously go deeper? She spread her legs and gave the audience a shot! Pole dance as Super Bowl LIV entertainment? Little girls should strive to be strippers? "
Um, well, at least that's how it seems. Now let's raise our cups to even lower standards!
Roger Goodell and Jay-Z – the NFL minister's new formulation for social justice and transparent racist public relations that humiliates and vulgarly rap women – are already working on the Super Bowl half-time next year:
Greetings to Lap Dancing, sponsored by Cialis.
"Budweiser Bucks" are distributed so that customers "let it rain!" Or you can slip a few young nymphs barely clothed while circling on the next grandstand and grinding through the grandstands, not a Super Bowl for children under the age of 18.
Security and police are replaced by bouncers.
It's still hard to understand why the NFL did this on Sunday. However, the truth remains the same:
The highly inappropriate, female-objectifying Super Bowl half-time show followed the path of the previous shows, which were carried out with the full approval and invitation of the wanton, despondent, $ 42 million boy Goodell.
Four years ago, the Super Bowl 50 was a disturbing tribute to the murderous Black Panthers. Goodell offered no excuses or explanations for this. He took the rights in the audience for granted.
And he probably knew then that the lack of conviction for such an act due to the fear of the media of being known by ignorant fools as "haters" or "racists" allowed him and the NFL to hold onto them.
Last year the NFL presented two Catch of the Day rappers – I forget their street names, Dough-vah Soul and Herring Bone, maybe – to perform.
The NFL knew beforehand that they would scream vulgar lyrics or lip sync, but that didn't stop them from inviting them. When the rappers packed their lasts, their raw materials for trading were blown. So that was not an ambush with "wardrobe mistakes", that was the plan.
The Sunday half-time has objectified women as hot, barely clothed, clumsy, awkward sex kittens floating in the crotch and on the back of the head, who go up and down with their breasts. As if the NFL doesn't have enough problems with how its players view and treat women, the high-ranking hypocrites. And as if Shakira and Jennifer Lopez didn't know the score.
And of course Goodell escaped responsibility again. He would do something to the children in our lives that he would not allow us to do to the children in his life. Not that we would ever do what he did.
Once again, America's right-wing, but heavily underrepresented citizens – in my estimation the undisclosed majority among the two major political parties – were ignored, dismissed as unimportant and dispensable.
And where are all these feminist demonstrators? Shakira and J Lo – the latter had their 11-year-old child on stage for heaven's sake – are too popular to record?
Under Goodell, the Super Bowl became the Viewer Indiscretion Advised TV.
And condemning Goodell as merely dismissive of those who would choose the right thing over the wrong thing would be a step for him. Unless he knows how violent his half-time shows have become – as if he were discussing this publicly – he is deliberately negligent.
There was another absurdity encouraged by Goodell. After the 49ers got up between the ages of 20 and 10 at the beginning of the fourth quarter, the Niners intercepted a pass and their defense found that this was the perfect time for a group shot in the end zone.
This would once have been a penalty for game delays or unsportsmanlike conduct, but Goodell issued orders that mean “real enthusiasm” – show boating, showing off, mocking – for the game.
This pose included 19 Niners, so Goodell's invitation led several to leave the bank to act like Goodell-certified NFL fools.
And now this “photo” has a well-deserved legacy, a prominent placement in the Museum of Dewey Wins! The Niners hurried to pat themselves on the back for an unsolved job and never finished.
It's the perfect keepsake as proof of Roger Goodell's flawless leadership in the Nero Fiddles League. PSL, anyone?
Why should illegal turns be allowed on the way to Hall?
Should Pete Rose's exclusion from Hall of Fame eligibility be lifted in the tidal pool of the latest MLB fraud scandals? Some fresher injustices excuse an old one?
Regardless, it becomes too difficult to take care of.
George Steinbrenner, a twice-convicted felon, was banned from baseball twice, but returned to be appointed to the board of the Hall of Fame of baseball.
Shoot, the nation's leading MLB TV analyst, is Alex Rodriguez. Let them all in!
In retrospect, it's easy to ask why the bosses, who ran Damien Williams with 1:15 remaining and 24-20 rising positions, did not cross the first-down mark and then simply dropped instead of continuing to run for a TD – whatever happened is unaddressed by Fox & # 39; Joe Buck and Troy Aikman.
But that is more forward-looking and more instant than most people can offer. And many people who started here didn't think about it until asked about it.
Not that Fox wanted to show how greedy the NFL got – he wanted to show Jack Buck called Super Bowl IV 50 years ago while his son Joe was there – but the escalation of the excessive excess was stunning.
The graphic shows a ticket for Supe 4 for $ 15 compared to $ 2,500 on Sunday.
Players shed handshakes
None of the coin-tossing masters on Sunday – college men – had begun to shake hands with the older, medal-earned military heroes, some of whom were in wheelchairs.
Nobody from the NFL advised them that it was the honorable gentleman thing to do? The NFL just let them sit there like props.
On the other hand, because everything is a disadvantage, Roger Goodell teams received over $ 6 million in Department of Defense tax dollars in 2015 for performing patriotic pregame ceremonies on the field.
How about swapping the SOI inheritance sons – Jeff Wilpon for Jimmy Dolan? What's the worst thing that could happen?
In a pre-game Super Bowl statistic on the NFL network, it was found that 49er quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo started 2-0 in the postseason. Reader L. Barravechia: Um, do you think? Had he been 1-1, he would not have played. "
Seeing these soulful, empathetic commercials with LeBron James advocating children's wellbeing means asking yourself if he's the same LeBron James who hosts HBO's The Shop, which is regularly loaded with vulgar stuff from Gutter Street ,
Well, soccer is over. Now it's almost time to enter On The Bubble, punch your big dance ticket, do bracket busting, go somewhere, what's in your wallet? Student-Athlete tournament.