Not sure what Buckeye Chuck said, but Puxy Phil said we will have an early Spring!!!! There was no chance of him seeing his shadow today. (We won't go into the technical details, but I suspect that there is a lot of spin on this event. You see, if he sees his shadow, Boo, it's six more weeks of Winter. If he doesn't, it's only six weeks until Spring...)
Around here Groundhog's Day is likely the day the critters celebrate not having a Jack Russell dig into their homes uninvited and ruining their day and/or life.
Now on to the Super Bowl...
I will be the first to admit I don't watch pro football. Unless there is a Manning playing, I can't even name one member of either team. I only watch it for the commercials and the half-time show, with the appropriate snacks. I will be cutting it short this year as I need to be at work at 4 a.m. Monday. Glad I have a DVR.
Beyonce sure has been in the news a lot lately. Who cares if she lip-synced to her own music at the inauguration? It was too important, in front of millions of people and outside in the cold with a questionable sound system. She promises she will sing live at the game---besides, does anyone question that she can really sing???
The commercials always interest me, though I have never been persuaded to buy any products because of them (and I think they know that most folks don't.) It's basically just a showcase for ad agencies, but it's fun to watch.
I still remember some of them, with the top of the list not even being funny. It was the Budweiser one with the team of horses crossing the bridge from NJ and stopping to salute (and bow) right after 9/11. Here is the link--it only played once during the game.