Good afternoon, Netizens...
Normally long before now an automaton bot would have selected the quote of the day automatically and put it in my outbound queue to be posted in Community Comment. However, today, for various reasons, I decided to find a quote which best summarizes my opinions about Super Bowl Sunday. It is:
You can tell the ideals of a nation by its advertisements.
Norman Douglas, South Wind, (1917-1952) British writer-in-exile for part of his life, South Wind was one of his most-popular books.
If you were an utter stranger to this land, and were seeing America for the first time, what impressions would form in your mind while watching the incredibly-expensive (205 million dollars worth) advertisements during the Super Bowl? How would those first impressions compare to what you see today?