Well of course it was. Who can resist an ad featuring a cute puppy and big, beautiful Clydesdales?
Super Bowl XLVIII is now in the history book, and it begs the question, "Why don't we just call it Super Bowl 48?" Honestly, this is 2014, not MMXIV.
This morning they were calling the ads "epic", but I didn't see it that way. Did you? Yes, the Bud puppy was great, the Doritos ad with the kid riding the dog was cute (Note to next year's advertisers: include a dog and you can't lose), the familiar faces in the Radio Shack ad were interesting, and I enjoyed the Maserati Ghibli ad right at the first, mainly because I didn't see it coming, but most of the rest were IMO just OK.
And the Cheerios ad where the kid negotiated for a puppy along with a new brother was cute. Oh, and the Seinfeld and George and Newman spot was pretty good. Come to think of it, I guess it was a good Super Bowl ad day.
The game, however, was lousy. There's just no other way to describe it. I think Seattle coach Pete Carroll out-coached Denver's John Fox all over the field. I was for Denver, or more accurately I was for Peyton Manning, but I'm happy for Seattle as I really like their city and their team.
Meanwhile, back in Denver, all the faithful had to say was, "Oh, wow....was that today?"
BREAKING NEWS! This just in:
Ohhh.....this explains everything! :)