Monday, February 06, 2012

Madonna and national security

Madonna's Super Bowl halftime performance was so awful it did more damage to our country's international reputation than Abu Graib and Guantanamo put together. We already knew Madonna couldn't sing or dance and that she had a tendency to, well, over-production. (Over-production, the American vice, though, with their Olympics show the Chinese are serious challengers, with North Korea coming up fast. Imagine what North Korea could have done with all the money Madonna wasted!) Sunday's half-time show was  a combination of bad singing, songs that all sounded alike, and dance routines that were so over-coreographed that Busby Berkeley would have been embarrassed. All those flashing lights, I thought I was tuned in to SportsCenter by mistake.

The NFL needs to step up on this issue. The Madonna performance is bad for their brand and bad for football, not to mention American interests around the world. Al Qaeda and the Taliban will point to this performance and say, Do you really want these people to rule the world?



At 7:44 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ha. Holy shit you ARE bat-shit crazy. What the fuck is wrong with you?

At 8:04 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did anyone notice that she really should not try to dance in public every again?

At 10:45 AM, Blogger Rob Anderson said...

Okay, I'm putting you folks on a bit with the national security angle, though I don't think that's entirely fanciful. Madonnna's half-time show surely puzzled peasants around the world, making them wonder what kind of country the US is. As an American, I thought it was vulgar, stupid, and clumsily executed, detracting from an otherwise excellent football game.

At 10:56 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stand behind this crazy shit:

"so awful it did more damage to our country's international reputation than Abu Graib and Guantanamo put together."

Are you fucking kidding me? Rob, find a hole, crawl in, and don't ever come out.


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