Monday, February 05, 2007
It is amazing how much the Superbowl weekend has become a huge event in American culture...its like a non-holiday....I was out shopping yesterday and the closer it got to time for the game the more deserted the stores and roadways became...strange but kind of nice too...in a snow day kind of way...for me its sort of nice to think of thousands of Americans all doing basically the same thing, celebrating basically the same way...Its cool to be a part of the culture as a whole and like thousands, dare I say millions of other Americans, I spent the weekend chillin, running errands and watching Peyton Manning and company win their rings...Yay for Peyton! Isn't he just the most endearing thing? and isn't Tony Dungy a fine brother...always giving glory to God...even when the press tried to make his appearance and his win something racial...he made sure that everyone knew that while, yes, he was proud to be the first African American coach to win a Superbowl...that was not the most important thing...the most important thing to him was that God get the glory...and while personally I don't think God gives a hoot who wins the Superbowl...He certainly cares about His testimony and Tony Dungy did Him proud...He was clear that he is a Christian first...and a black man second...I couldn't be prouder of a brother in the Lord.
Now on to the fun stuff...
Which commercial did you like?? hmmmm?
I liked the Blockbuster one with the rabbit and guinea pig trying desperately to order a movie using the mouse...LOL...too funny!
And I liked the careerbuilder.com commercials...all of them...depicting how brutal it can be in the work place...it really is a jungle out there....:)
I thought all of the Budwiser commercials were totally stupid...except for the Paper, scissors, rock one...stupid but funny...who can't laugh at the guy actually throwing a rock and knocking the other guy out to win the beer.
the K-fed one wasn't too bad either...gotta appreciate people who can poke fun at themselves.
Did you watch?
What did you think?