But Their Breakfast Cereal Still Sucks
So the Arizona Cardinals lost the Super Bowl.
I must admit to relief. And not just because a Cardinals win is in the Bible's Book of Revelations as a sign of the End Times.
Considering how bizarre people in Arizona have been acting since the Cardinals won the NFC game and earned a Super Bowl slot, I really didn't want to think what might have happened if they'd won the Bowl too.
(Our son Chris was getting ready for his night-shift security job last night, and asked who'd won the game. On learning that Arizona lost, he said, "Oh, great. Angry drunks tonight." Maybe, but nowhere near as many drunks if the Cardinals had won.)
From the online news reportage--
(No, I didn't watch the game. I only hear about these things from social osmosis. Our usual practice on Super Bowl Sunday is to rent a batch of movies and watch them instead. 'Cause, y'know, even if only one television station is broadcasting the actual game, the Super Bowl Cooties might spread to other channels.)
--the Cardinals actually managed to make it a close contest, coming from behind and maintaining a lead for most of the last quarter.
I think this is the football version of the first ROCKY movie. The "win" for the Cardinals lies in that they got the chance to go to the Super Bowl at all, and that they put on a worthwhile effort when they got there, and didn't just get rolled over by the Steelers.
So hey, props to the Cardinals.
Yes, I have actually made a sports-related post. The asteroid will hit the Earth in five minutes.