Sunday, February 3, 2013

The Super Bowl Hates Children

The Super Bowl is a big deal in this part of the world.
Other cultures can learn a lot about us, and our "love" of children.


If we cared about kids, we'd not push milk on them.
If we cared about kids, we'd not push soda on them.

If we cared about kids, we'd not sell cars by using babies as toys.

But we don't care about kids.
We care about the idea of caring about kids.

But it's not the same thing, not the same thing at all....



Childhood poverty is not an accident nor an act of f God.

2 comments:

John Spencer said...

One upside of seeing Beyonce:

She has hips. Real hips. The kind that move. She has thighs. Real thighs. The kind that don't fit perfectly into skinny jeans.

Yes, there is so much wrong with the Super Bowl halftime show and with Pepsi as a sponsor. But it was nice to see curves and beauty being associated with one another.

doyle said...

Dear John,

Leslie said the same thing--and I don't disagree. Who can disagree?

But she's pushing poison.