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Lady Gaga was fine, but I can’t buy in to the mega-hype about the Super Bowl itself. One hundred twelve people watched, which is one-third of the US population. On March 31, 1957, 100 million people watched the TV broadcast of the musical “Cinderella,” with Julie Andrews, which was two-thirds of the US population. Yes, there are many more channels now, but with multiple platforms who knows what the “Cinderella” numbers would have been… “24: Legacy,” which followed the Super Bowl, debuted with the torture of an American soldier…It turns out that the model for the Mona Lisa was treated for an STD. The treatment at the time was snail water.

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