A familiar scene unfolded in the streets of Boston Tuesday morning: packed sidewalks of Boston sports fans waiting to cheer on their championship team. The sixth Patriots Super Bowl parade in the past 18 years began at 11 a.m. on an unseasonably warm February day—recalling excitement from only four months ago when the Red Sox celebrated their World Series win.
The negative, “meninist” response that quickly followed the Super Bowl’s airing of Always’ one-minute, #LikeAGirl commercial exposes the utter gravity of the movement—and of feminism in general.
A crew of duck boats carrying Patriots players paraded through the snowy streets of Boston on Wednesday afternoon, celebrating the Patriots’ last-minute 28-24 win over the Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX.
If you know one thing, know this: The Super Bowl represents a glorious culmination of all there is to dislike about America.