…and despite knowing just one song I thought the halftime show at the super bowl was very entertaining. Being exposed to something I don’t normally listening to was a welcome break from the let’s play it safe department. Of course, not everyone is going to agree with me but that’s okay. Music is generational anyway. My dad never liked rock and roll and associated any and all of it as that damn Beatles music. What was that bouncing black coded square with yellow background on my TV screen? It reminded me of the old 70’s computer game pong but I don’t think that’s what the advertiser who spent millions for the commercial was selling. Did get a belly laugh out of the Dr. Evil commercial but have no idea what they were selling. Maybe it had something to do with the cars at the end that I gave as much attention to as I do to the rolling credits at end of a movie. Loved the Soprano’s commercial featuring Meadow and AJ for the electric car and I actually remember the name of the car company and wondered if Tony would have driven one. What a start to the 2nd half. The officials miss a facemask on the Bengal’s touchdown on the first play then on the second play the Rams throw an interception, all happening in a span of just 22 seconds. What looked like a momentum shift never happened. Then was the pass interference call on the Bengal’s that set up the go-ahead touchdown for the Rams a make call up for the missed face mask on the Bengal’s that kicked off the second half? I do know one thing, if a team needs a player to seal the deal one only need to look toward Penn Hills and Pitt alum, La defensive tackle Aaron Donald who closed it out against San Francisco in the NFC Championship game and closed it out again in Super Bowl 56. Sorry, I’m an American Numeral kind of guy. So, I don’t know about you, but I got my money’s worth.