You are all invited to the Cranach Institute virtual Super Bowl party! It will be located at this blog and it will last all weekend. Please bring your own food and beverages.
The Green Bay Packers, my team, were 5 minutes away from getting to go to the Super Bowl when the Seattle Seahawks made a miraculous comeback. My interest in the Super Bowl plummeted. I would be for the New England Patriots. But then that interest deflated. I guess I’ll be a disinterested observer. But almost everybody’s team doesn’t make it into the Super Bowl, but we celebrate anyway in what has become a grassroots American holiday.
This blog can be your one-stop site for Super Bowl XLIX. (Don’t you love the classicism in the Roman numerals?) And if anyone asks if you have been invited to a Super Bowl party, say, “Why, yes. I have been.” That’s fine if you go to an actual Super Bowl party. You can discreetly check on the live-blogging on your phone. But if you are not going to an actual Super Bowl party or if you don’t want to go to one and need an excuse not to, say, “I’m going to the Cranach party.”
To begin with, this post is the place for your predictions. Not only who wins and what the score is, but what do you think will happen? Will this game feature some big controversy like the playoff games did? Blown calls, refused calls, deflated footballs? Will Katy Perry try to shock the world in the halftime show? Or what? And what will it all mean?