It is three o clock in the morning on Sunday, February 6 as I’ve woken up from a light sleep from the living room couch. Today will mark the 45th Super Bowl, between the Packers and the Steelers. Apparently the Packers are the team I should henceforth root for according to a Maddow report explaining that the franchise is basically ‘unsellable’ since the projected profits would go to local charities and not to the owners. Maybe I missed something as I was half paying attention. Therefore, the franchise remains attributed to the small town of Green Bay, Wisconson–making it the only NFL team to remain with such a small home town. Mama’s got money on the Steelers, but I think even she would join me in the rallying cry. “Go Pack!”
Now, I am tired and am ready again for sleep.