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Sunday, February 1, 2015

Televison: The Great Super Bowl Ritual

Once upon a time, I used to have my own Super Bowl Ritual. A big pan of brownies. A half gallon of vanilla ice cream and another of chocolate. I'd share it with my five daughters while we watched the game. If only I could've fast forwarded to the commercials and the half-time show.

That night, however, the game seemed to have its own ritual going on.

My oldest, Fred, loved all the hype that went along with it. In 2004, we were bedazzled by Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake. We all got our groove on as we watched Janet shake her thing through two songs before Justin joined her on stage.

Well ... you all know what happened next. Right? Fred let out a blood curdling scream. I about choked on a brownie. And the other four girls giggled, "Look at her titty, mommy!"

Now you can't tell this mama that this wasn't done on purpose. It looked totally deliberate to me. This chick didn't just fall off the milk truck.

Anyway, ever since this nipple slip, I haven't bothered to watch the Super Bowl. In my opinion, I can't trust what's going to happen. So I stay clear. But I do read up on the game and the half-time entertainment.

The last several posts have been on subliminal messaging through watching television. And I don't believe this to be a wonky conspiracy theory either. I'm embarrassed to say that while my girls were growing up, I innocently subjected them to televised crap of all kinds. What was I thinking? But then mashed banana brains don't think because they can't think.

You know, there's a couple Conspiracy Theories on the Super Bowl. One, its used as a distraction to keep the masses docile and unconcerned about what's happening to America. Could be. Two, it invites the naïve into participating in an innocent little Satan worship. Could be.

Here are few videos. Tell me what you think?
Did you know that Madonna has been dubbed the High Priestess of the Super Bowl? They hide it in plain sight.
Did you know Beyoncé summons a spirit named Sasha right before she performs? She's admitted to it.
 
 I can hardly wait to read about Katy Perry's performance tomorrow and watch it in on YouTube. It ought to be interesting. At the Music Awards show she was accused of worshipping Satan right on stage.

Oh a and the third conspiracy is to get all the Super Bowl followers ready for the Beast System. Of course, this will be another blog.

For now, gotta run.

Hugs and chocolate, all!
Shelly

24 comments:

  1. Hope you have a productive fun week. Cheers and boogie boogie.

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    1. Thanks.

      I read that you're in Florida so you missed out on Frosty's Big Dump.

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    2. That's why I live where I do.

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    3. How about the big roaches though? Do they ever bother you? I stayed down south for awhile. Horribly large things, dove right for our heads. Fearless buggers.

      And whilst I love bugs, unless they can pay rent, out they go.

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    4. Not really. I spray them with soapy water and use boric acid to keep them away.

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  2. And my theory, the aliens are going to slowly take over our planet. I'm serious!
    I don't watch superbowl, don't care about it. And that night you talk about, of course it was on purpose. You don't have some sort of problem with your clothes like that, unless it was set up!
    Can't see videos, as usual.
    Chocolate hugs! (we had 17 inches of snow in 24 hours. Digging out today!)

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    1. We need tin foil hats, Lorelei. And chocolate and hugs!

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  3. I have never been a football fan. I just do not understand the game. After watching the videos I can only say they look like giant promotional events for the soloists. If they were not on TV nobody would be able to see them in the dark. I do not believe in subliminal messaging. But, there is no question that these shows have one purpose and that is to change people's minds about the performers.

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    1. ;) we all see something a little different. But we all know something is wrong.

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  4. Anything involving Madonna is suspect.

    Collin and I used to have a Super Bowl ritual: we recorded the whole thing, then played it back so we could fast forward to the commercials and halftime show. We did watch the year our Rams won. Collin picked up a pizza, came home--and promptly got sick. He was in the bathroom when our team won--and it started to snow. I tapped on the bathroom door and said, "Guess what, Collin? Hell just froze over."

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    1. I just don't do it anymore. Funny story, Norma.

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  5. I don't watch the Super Bowl. I don't like football, so why waste eighteen hours or more?

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    1. I knew you were a smart man, Sir Wills.

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  6. I watched the game! It was very exciting.
    The halftime acts have always puzzled me. They rarely appeal to the demographic of fans watching.
    Nipplegate didn't look accidental to me.

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  7. I broke down Katy's performance of course. Shaking my head. And yeah nipple gate was meant to happen.

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  8. I couldn't watch all of the videos. Skankery turns me off.

    On the bright side, there's no need for subliminal sex messages there.

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    1. You're right, Lynn. There is no need for subliminal sex messages. Children are watching.

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  9. I don't care for football so I skipped the game. I did watch the half-time show though and thought it was kind of impressive. Later I read an article telling about all of the Illuminati symbolism in the performance. Well, I don't know. Sounded convincing though.

    Arlee Bird
    A to Z Challenge Co-host
    Tossing It Out

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    1. Looks like there is something to this Illuminati symbolism. I've been leaving my TV off a lot more now.

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  10. I'll have to check out the half time show to see if I can spot anything strange;).

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    1. We don't even realize the strange stuff. We're so used to it.

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  11. I watched the game - though I haven't watched a Superbowl in ages. It was a great game. But the half time show was boring and Katy Perry's outfits were butt ugly imo.

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    1. I thought her performance was boring, too. Not to mention, her vocals are off.

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I'm dying to know what you think.