After viewing what money can buy during the Super Bowl halftime show (and the Super Bowl proper), I thought I would do a relevant comparison of some topics brought to light in between the shit-commericals, mediocre football game, and closely guarded non-nipple slip action shots.
What I saw, and didn’t see, made me think. I thought about tigers (wild animals) and how they had been neglected, and even endangered. They were exploited further here, in the midst of the most important game in the world (not factually sound), led out in the middle of a packed stadium, shackled and chained to a fleeting pop star, Katy Perry.
What I learned from this little research project might not shock you at all. In fact, it may be boring as hell (if not astonishing -in relation to our wastefulness and neglect for wildlife). But at least I thought about endangered species, specifically tigers. What did you do tonight? Here is the evidence for you to assess:
“That Super Bowl halftime show? Pop star Katy Perry won’t pay to play the Super Bowl this year – and she won’t be paid either. The NFL will, however, pick up the tab for the cost of producing the show, thought to be in the millions.”
–Forbes-Salaries, Ads & Security: What’s The Real Cost Of Super Bowl XLIX?
“Tiger range countries are already devoting considerable resources to wildlife conservation and some are planning to do even more. Total incremental costs to achieve the goal of doubling wild tiger populations are currently being estimated but are likely in the range of $100-200 million per year to be financed from national and international sources.”
–Bagheera An Education Website About Endangered Species and the Efforts to Save Them
Save the tigers, stop allowing subpar pop stars to straddle them for the whole world to see. Start today, it’s your play call.
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MinnPost: Vikings Stadium: It’s a question of priorities
“In the case of building a new Vikings stadium, it was always understood to be roughly 50-50 with the Vikings owners and taxpayers sharing the financial load. Currently, it appears to be closer to a ratio of 90 percent taxpayer and 10 percent owner.”
I suppose it will be nice to have a giant fucking monstrosity of a privately owned stadium as a money collector, to be paid for with tax dollars, as opposed to tuition assistance for college students. I mean, concussions and NFL tickets are high priority in Viking’s Territory; not to mention we have the Superbowl coming 2018- major money maker.
The Vikings constantly win the Superbowl, and other titles, so I can see why they need a new facility. Forget my college debt and the high price of textbooks. This is a must have for Minnesotans. The community doesn’t need more educated book reading people, it needs more football fans, bar none.
It could be worse though, I mean, I am more okay with this than funding wars oversea: (see: Wars vs. Local Education; Al Franken, as the Senate Votes) , I must say… I personally enjoy making the rich richer, and the poor poorer, I know where I stand as a priority; disadvantaged.
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