The Super Bowl, you guys.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
In case you were trying to block it out of your mind, or if you have simply pretended that the Super Bowl hasn’t had a halftime show since 2004, Madonna is performing a 12-minute set at Super Bowl XLVI on Sunday.
Like most people, I watch the Super Bowl for the slam dunks.
Denver Broncos quarterback and evangelical beefcake Tim Tebow was a guest on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, as Fallon aired his show from Indianapolis this week with a Super Bowl XLVI theme.
I don’t normally like to post pictures of children, not because it’s creepy, but because they’re not Kate Upton.
Who died and put Kevin Smith in charge of creativity.
As we’ve already discussed, the week of Super Bowl XLVI has already started off with the standard, lazy storylines of guarantees and misconstrued words, with Tom Brady and Antrel Rolle providing the cannon fodder for the media thus far.
On Monday, we exposed Tom Brady for what he really is – a brash, cocky meathead jerk.
Another day, another Super Bowl commercial released on the Internet.
Normally, the New York sports media is the world’s greatest source for the most biased, sensationalized pseudo-journalism this side of, well, a sports blog.
Do people even dunk normally anymore.
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As I mentioned earlier in my Peabody Award nominee post about Princess the Prognostic Camel, I’m not much of a gambler.
I’ve never been much of a gambler, as I wisely invest my hard-earned money in booze and blackouts.
It's time to flush the good will and fan song benefit-of-the-doubt earned by Ashkon's "Niners In Paris" down the toilet, because the worst kind of guy who does things on the Internet (the bald, bearded guy wearing sunglasses on his webcam) has created "The Gronk Song - An Original for Rob Gronkowski".
And when all else fails, just reference Star Wars, whether it fits your product or not.
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay is the kind of guy who'd be a 52-year old multimillionaire and have his Twitter icon be a picture of himself playing guitar, so it shouldn't be surprising that he'd offer two Super Bowl tickets to whatever random person could predict the new Colts head coach.
I liked football better back when I thought it was real.
I’ve never quite understood why companies still pay upwards of $3.