A group of large men named after gold rush prospectors had a shoving match with a group of large men named in what I assume is a vaguely condescending and culturally insensitive way to Native Americans. These large men get paid more than many people will earn in their lifetimes to play a game with a ball. Advertisements costing more than the GDP of some small countries attempt to sell things to the fans, who already spent most of their money on a big TV to watch this game. More people watched the game than voted in the last presidential election. (I don’t know that for sure, but it wouldn’t surprise me). People who don’t even watch football the rest of the year watch this game, sort of like people who only go to church on Christmas. And after all that, a president, elected by a minority of voters, proved he didn’t know which state a major city in the country he runs is even located in.
Do I have that right?