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Not watching, do not care (Sandy Hook School choir video added)

Not watching, do not care (Sandy Hook School choir video added)

Just thought you’d want to know.

I’ll try to add some links as the night goes on.

Updates:

I will not see it, but the idiot malicious nasty fascist anti-Semitic sick-in-the-head BDS movement tried to get all commercials by SodaStream banned from the Super Bowl because it’s an Israeli company with its main plant in the West Bank (not that that makes a difference, because the BDS movement boycotts all Israeli companies, such as Sabra hummus and Aroma Cafe). (h/t @CiFWatch)

A different SodaStream ad was banned by CBS because it mocked Coke and Pepsi, not because of the BDS movement.

Also, our very own Branco made it to The Fives this week.  It wasn’t for a Legal Insurrection cartoon, but we’ve happy that he’s beginning to get the recognition he deserves regardless. You can view the cartoon here.

More — not watching the game, but do wish I had seen this live:

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Comments

Watching what?

I thought I was the only one.

TrooperJohnSmith | February 3, 2013 at 5:55 pm

The Superb Owl will likely not live up to the 24/7 hype we’ve been blasted by for the past two weeks.

The ONLY football game that has any meaning is played in December. EVERY OTHER game, including this out-of-control, over hyped celebrity only need attend hoo hah, are worthless! – GO Navy! Beat Army!

BTW, I plan a relaxing evening watching British murder mysteries.

    Conservative Beaner in reply to SeniorD. | February 3, 2013 at 6:12 pm

    No doubt. I’d take the nose bleeds at the Army/Navy game against primo toilet bowl tickets any day.

I am deep into The Last Lion-Defender of the Realm. It has been worth the 10 year wait for the 3rd volume of this Churchill Biography.

But Please, no one spoil the ending for me…just getting to D-Day and the suspense is killing me…..I would rather spend my evening reading this than watching that.

MaggotAtBroadAndWall | February 3, 2013 at 6:09 pm

Commies

Watching, but no more interested than if it was a fish tank. No new Iron Chef tonight anyway.

What’s on TV today? A Walking Dead Marathon and Downton Abbey! Booyah!

Hell, if I had known that SodaStream was an Israeli company, I woulda bought one of these things a long time ago! Anything we can do to support the good guys is a good deed!

    Many supermarket chains have specialty sections with products from specific countries. Look for them. I always buy Sabra Hummus. If I have too much, I give tubs of it to my children. I have never seen a BDS bunch in my area, but if I did, I would confront them with facts. Thank you, Andrew Breitbart, for the tip.

No Stupor Bowl for me. I stopped watching when the pregame became a 6 hour event, plus I can’t stand the celebrity slant to the game either.

However, watching the Soda Stream commercial did give me an idea. If you really wanted to attack a soda storage building or the bottling plant, the best weapon would be a Guided Mentos Bomb with clusters.

    jacksonjay in reply to TugboatPhil. | February 3, 2013 at 9:37 pm

    I’m with you! If I watch, I turn it on when the game starts and off when it is over! The darn thing is so over-hyped, I don’t really enjoy it as much as just a regular season game! Give me a Thanksgiving Day game that I can sleep through and I’m good!

I loved the Sandy Hook School choir singing “America:”

“…God mend thine every flaw,
Confirm thy soul in self-control,
Thy liberty in law!…”

Does America’s future know what those words mean to us?

SoCA Conservative Mom | February 3, 2013 at 7:31 pm

Not watching… wish I had some snacks.

Branco, once again, nice work. I like the biblical metaphor. I envy your talent which produces an irreducible art with a comprehensive message. As an engineer, that is my cause and purpose.

So, what came first, the message or the art? Where does your perspective originate? Do you follow the specification or the vision?

    A.F. Branco in reply to n.n. | February 8, 2013 at 9:04 pm

    Thank you n.n. Put simply, it’s mostly off the top of my head on any given issue trying to make a point based on my convictions.

Freddie Sykes | February 3, 2013 at 7:44 pm

Super Bowl? But it might be a nice night for a repeat showing of “The Blind Side”.

FreshPondIndians | February 3, 2013 at 8:00 pm

Totally unrelated, but my Internet browser (Mozilla Firefox) is telling me that Breitbart.com is an “attack page”, and isn’t loading it. Weird.

    TugboatPhil in reply to FreshPondIndians. | February 3, 2013 at 8:42 pm

    I just tried with Firefox and got the same. I think it’s probably a coordinated “attack” by free speech loving leftists filing malware reports on the site, or something similar.

      That’s EXACTLY what it is. There is a database these companies keep, and it’s only a matter of time until this site is on their list.

      Any doubters that the ‘Obama’ movement is not a fascist movement.

      Chew on this again: DHS has stockpiled over ONE BILLION rounds of handgun ammunition. You know what it’s for.

      That picture of Barry Fudd pointing a gun is going to be seen as quite prophetic.

      Daily Caller had the same problem (maybe still does). Go into Tools, select Security and put Brietbart’s URL in as an Exception to attack sites.

      Well, allowing the site as an exception didn’t work, so forget that.

    legalizehazing in reply to FreshPondIndians. | February 4, 2013 at 12:10 am

    Same thing happened with my chrome. so sketchy

      It is Google’s ‘anti malware’ apparatus doing that. It’s happening all over the web to conservative sites.

        jimzinsocal in reply to TheFineReport.com. | February 4, 2013 at 8:31 am

        Whatever the issue was yesterday seems resolved for me now. I noticed the warning at Google search results “this site may harm computer” last night and its now gone.
        Sometimes an over aggressive doubleclick ad can trigger warnings…so maybe that was the case yesterday…

Mine too TugboatPhil. I also tried with Big Government and the same thing happened. Hacked?
Not watching the game. I’m a heretic, never liked football.

Looks like the universe weighed in and tried to shut off the game…

FYI: I tried going to Breitbart — they were shut down by Google (Google’s ‘malware protection’ service).

But, you can get around it by clicking ‘ignore this warning,’ which is written in tiny text on the right middle of the screen.

Very ominous.

Did Ram lift the “God Made A Farmer” concept from YouTube?

I loved the ad, but it sure looks like they did. Who do they think they are, Harvard students!

My husband insists this is the funniest commercial of the Superbowl. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X73nLxebl3g

This is the one football game I watch each year. Go Ravens! Finally, I picked the winning team — the last time I did it, the Colts won.

In terms of the half-time show: Beyonce showed why she is a pop tart. I would much rather have another 80’s band reunion show next Superbowl.

DINORightMarie | February 4, 2013 at 12:07 am

Very interesting about the Soda Stream – so glad now, more than ever, that we have one!! 🙂

Also, thanks for the link to the children’s choir – I didn’t get to see that, so I appreciate it. Jessica Hudson was amazing – she would have made a better half time show, IMHO!!

And, thankful that the Ravens won. Michael Oher, you are a Super Bowl Champion now – what a “Cinderella” story….a true miracle!! <3

Perfect example of government over reach with a fitting/predictable result

http://energy.gov/articles/super-bowl-city-leads-energy-efficient-forefront

Professor
I did watch it but missed the introduction so didn’t know who these sweet kids were.
I thought while i watched it that it was odd to see so many scrubbed face white kids singing.

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