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Old 02-05-2016, 03:00 PM   #1
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Daily Craig: It is big, but Super?

"We are just waiting for Sunday" said a man in San Francisco. He was homeless and had been moved away from the tourists and the media. He was put in a temporary shelter until after the game. Then he could wander the streets again. It isn't the first time the NFL and local police operated together to "present a nice picture" for Super Sunday. I saw it before and remember seeing more than a few homeless moved out of the way for the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. That bit of business back fired when the media buses took short cuts to get to venues and we all saw where the homeless had been moved. So NF- you are not alone.

Sunday will also see restaurants closing instead of staying open late. Customers may hang at their favorite sports bar, but not at a restaurant with only 1 or 2 normal TV'S. Movie theaters will be empty and museums will take a hit too. In fact, except for the host area, Super Sunday could be very bad for the economy.It will be good for the sports books and office pools.

In fact, the day will feature ads for BIG SCREEN TV'S and Pizza and Wings and booze. You will have that at your party.The one you throw at home and don't really care which team wins. In fact, those ads and commercials can't even use the word "Superbowl". The NF- owns that too. They own a word. I gotta see how much the word GREEDY costs.

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