Today was probably the most low-key Super Bowl Sunday is the history of the Shattered Lens.
The reasons for that are fairly obvious. The Super Bowl is tradition. It’s something that people look forward to as a sign of normalcy and continuity. Some people care about the game. Some people care about the commercials. But the main thing is that the Super Bowl is always there and it’s always a big deal. This year, though, was different.
For one thing, the commercials were different. Usually, we struggle to keep up with all of the movie advertisements but this year, there were only four to share. For another things, no one really had a team in the game. Jeff was excited about Tom Brady winning another Super Bowl. Leonard wanted anyone but Brady to win. But it’s not like anyone here at the TSL is a huge fan of either Kansas City or Tampa Bay.
So, it was a subdued Super Bowl Sunday. Everyone observed it in their own way:
In the end, the team that score the most points won so congratulations to them! Here’s hoping that next year’s Super Bowl’s commercials will be a little bit more memorable.