Sunday, February 07, 2016

Super Bowl night.

Image result for superbowl 50 imagesNo post tonight, folks. (Super Bowl Party)

But please give me your thoughts on the big game. (Lame)

Bey's halftime performance. (Awesome)

The commercials. (Weak)

Denver's defense. (Ferocious)

And Peyton shamelessly shilling for Budweiser after the game. (???)

Oh, and when is the day after the Super Bowl going to be declared an official national holiday?

61 comments:

Anonymous said...

I thought Lady Gaga sang the Star Spangled Banner better than anyone EVER! It was perfect..not too flamboyant and not too straight. That woman had me crying. Not even Whitney Houston did that to me.

Anonymous said...

Brother Field, I feel sorry for the QB of Carolina. It was clear to me that the white folks got to him and he was not able to perform as well. He was so nervous about what the wm was thinking of him that he blew the game totally.

Of course, I can understand how that can happen to a brother psychologically. As Blacks we have been susceptible to what Whites say about us for over 400 years. Many a Negro has lost sleep over that.

Hell, those white folks have even gotten to Dyson and Rev Sharpton. The only brothers that have not been touched are Tavis, Cornel West and Dr B Watkins.

Yīshēng said...

Carolina is my second home state, so I'm pretty disappointed they lost. :(

But the Panthers WILL be back!

Yīshēng said...

And Beyonce looked RIDICULOUS trying to dance like Ms. Jackson, with the MJ style jacket on!!

Whitey's Conspiracy said...

Give me a couple of weeks & I'll think of something that I care less about than the NFL.

The Purple Cow said...

There's a reason American Football will never be a global sport.

10 seconds of action - five minutes of adverts

7 seconds of action - three minutes of adverts

11 seconds of action - two minutes of adverts,

(repeat for three and a half hours)

The Ministry of Truth said...

"There's a reason American Football will never be a global sport."

I believe what you're objecting to there is not an inherent aspect of the game of football. That's good old-fashioned media greed.

And that media greed reaches its capitalistic apex during the Super Bowl. The cost of Super Bowl ad time is possibly the highest on Earth, with rates running millions of dollars per minute. You can see why the networks insist on incessantly interrupting the game to run as many ads as they can.

The Left Has No Clothes said...

What happen to the black superman? I haven't seen the liberal media/white liberals shill for a black man like that since Obama. And once again, white liberals are left crying in their gluten free oatmeal.

And btw, Cam showed us last night is his presser why most people in the majority dislikes him. And it ain't because he blah.

Every time Cam gets a first down or scores a touchdown he celebrates and rubs it in the faces of his opponents. When Cam loses he acts like petulant child.

I will be interested to see how Cam's supporters in the media defend him today...

The Left Has No Clothes said...

The Purple Cow said...


"There's a reason American Football will never be a global sport."



Is there a reason why anyone in America should give a flying fuck?

Yīshēng said...

"There's a reason American Football will never be a global sport."

I'd say that it's because the sport is too damn dangerous. CTE anyone?

And I'm guessing that Cam couldn't give 2 milli f**ks about what the press thinks. We ALL know that Black success (making it to the super bowl as a Black quarterback) is ALWAYS met with double standards and that when you refuse to take any more crap off people for it, whooteemoo minded people talk even more $hit.

ThatDeborahGirl said...

Big Game
Not as interesting as the circus around it.

Halftime Show
Coldplay literally put me to sleep. I woke up to Bey and Bruno rolling out squad deep in black and gold and some weird little white guy trailing them onstage.

I have never been much of a Beyoncé fan. Last night had even me crowning her Queen Bey and every woman telling their man no, you cannot flip my refund. That money is earmarked for Formation World Tour Tickets. Note to self: Take ex to Red Lobster doe.

Commercials
More silly than good. White people's humor is sometimes lost on me (Puppy Monkey Baby? Wth?)

Peyton/ Budweiser
Maybe the man really wanted to chill with his friends and have a Bud. Sometimes the simple things in life are best.

Day After Super Bowl a Holiday? No way.
I can't get Martin Luther King day or President's Day off unless I use PTO (and I am never here for Dr. King's Holiday) so let the economy take a hit day after Super Bowl.

Anonymous said...

The left said what happened to the black superman. Tell me what happened to the white superman? As bad a game as Cam had he still beat Peyton's numbers. Since when does the commentators not post the quarterback numbers right after the game? When the quarterback is black and had his worse game and still puts up numbers higher than the white quarterback?

Definately makes you understand why LeBron left Cleveland to win a championship. You can't be the only one showing up to the game playing your heart out without any support from his team.

An why does Cam have to be a petulant child? because he stop answering repeated questions. He's a human being and can react as he wants. His talent is what took him to the big game and will no doubt take him there again. There are no Kumbaya moments in fustration. Why do people think just because your an athlete you can't have your moment of frustration.

The press could not wait to corner him with their pointed questions. After superbowl 48, when the Bronco actually took an ass whipping (43-8) Peyton wasnt asked the same questions 50 different ways. He answered the questions and they let it be. But because Cam is who and what he is, it was about degraded and belittling him. Everyone knows the quarterback position is the prized white position and when someone like Cam comes around and totally disrupts the quarterback image, then theres hell to pay.

The press takes every opportunity to take jabs at black athletes, male or female. Look how they treat the Williams sisters.

Anonymous said...

The game was so much fun. Lots of sacks, fumbles, interceptions, and penalties. The best defense game I've ever seen in 50 years.

The half-time and commercials sucked. I didn't appreciate Beyonce's homage to the anit-white Black Panthers while the other entertainers sang about Love. How does one reconcile a hate group with Love? None of the commercials were funny or cutting edge, something we are used to seeing at the super bowl. disappointing.

Football A+. Entertainment show and Commercials. F



Anonymous said...

Peyton sucked,Cam sucked,didnt see the halftime show,Denver defense ruled,thank the gods Peyton didnt get the MVP,dont we go thru this every year,belated happy birthday to the TUFF GONG,GO STEELERS!!!!!!!

Browntown said...

I think Cam was nervous. He sailed a lot of throws and missed wide open guys. Kind of expected for a young guy in his first Super Bowl. He'll be back. He came into his own this year and will be an elite QB for the next decade.

Peyton looked every bit of 39 years old. He couldn't throw the ball more than 20 yards, and he forced some throws. But he fit a few in you and got them down close enough for a couple of field goals. Unless there is something with him medically fixable (shoulder), he should take his exit.

Both defenses were ferocious. Denver's won the game by forcing two fumbles deep in Carolina territory. Carolina's completely took away the run from Denver and consistently got to Manning in under 3 seconds. It was right that a defensive player got the MVP.

I never watch commercials, and those that I did see last night were terrible - more likely to make me swear off a product or company than buy anything. I can't understand why CBS spent so much of the ad time promoting their crappy shows that no one will watch rather than getting some revenue by selling those slots instead. Skipped the halftime show.

The Purple Cow said...

Quote:The Right Has No Brains

"Is there a reason why anyone in America should give a flying fuck?"

Yes.

Whooteemoo Minded said...

HA!!!! If Yisshengcow spend same time studying like she do talking out the side of her neck about being left behind, she would be smart like Asians. Instead she cleans the offices of Asians and thinks whooteemoos keeping her down instead of her stupidity.

Anonymous said...

Com on man. Can't a white man have a beer without black people judging him?

Anonymous said...

What you don't understand is Blacks are 'Judgers'. That's what they do. They don't just judge Whites, they judge Blacks, Negroes and blahs. None of it is good but they do it anyway.

How do you think Field started this blog? He started it with black opinionated judgers in mind. Hell, he's one himself.

Don't worry. All this judging by black folks rarely, if EVER!, amount to anything.

I mean, when did a powerless people's opinions count? Never. We are still slaves, we still fill the prisons, we are still executed by the police, state and government.

So why would any white person want to have a beer with us unless it's on the WH lawn to show "White Power" and weakness of a bm?

Ask Whitey, he'll lay it out for you. He understands both sides of the color spectrum. But don't ask Yisheng shit.

field negro said...

DBA! DBA! DBA!

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ThatDeborahGirl said...

Anonymous 10:27 AM said...
I didn't appreciate Beyonce's homage to the anit-white Black Panthers while the other entertainers sang about Love. How does one reconcile a hate group with Love?


Being pro-black is not the same as being anti-white. Her song was about love. Black people loving ourselves, our culture and our blackness and standing up for all those things - which is not always easy to do in a country that hates us. So many times white people ask why black-on-black crime exists. The answer is self-hatred born out of white supremacy. Only learning to love ourselves is the cure.

The Black Panthers were not a hate group. That's just something ignorant white people need to believe so they can believe that there was ever an organization that ever terrorized white people the way the KKK terrorized us. It never happened. Let it go already.



Anonymous said...

I was sort of hoping Peyton would say he'd go and smoke a lot of legal pot.

Anti-racist is Anti-white said...

ThatDeborahGirl said...
Being pro-black is not the same as being anti-white.

Of course it isn't. But can someone say they are pro-white without being called a racist?

Google "Black pride":
Black pride is a movement encouraging people to take pride in being black. Related movements include black nationalism, Black Panthers, Afrocentrism and ...

Google "Asian pride":
In the United States, Asian pride (also spelled AZN pride) is a positive stance to being Asian American. The term arose from influences of hip hop culture within ...

Google "white pride":
White pride is a slogan primarily used by white separatist, white nationalist, neo-Nazi and white supremacist organizations to signal their racist viewpoints.

Tell me again who is hated in this country.

The Purple Cow said...

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Anonymous said...

A poster said: Being pro-black is not the same as being anti-white. Her song was about love. Black people loving ourselves, our culture and our blackness and standing up for all those things - which is not always easy to do in a country that hates us. So many times white people ask why black-on-black crime exists. The answer is self-hatred born out of white supremacy. Only learning to love ourselves is the cure.

====================

I'm all for self respect and appreciation of one's history and culture. I refuse, however, to take responsibility for blacks lack of self-respect or self-love as you call it. I also resent the expectation by some blacks that white people are responsible to make them find either self-respect or self-love or appreciation for their own culture.

That isn't my responsibility or my inclination, especially when told repeatedly in music, politics, entertainment my skin color makes me oppressive, evil, and hateful. You don't know me.

Beyonce politicized the Super Bowl. I didn't appreciate it. Field asked a simple question about half-time. I answered it. You decided to call me names and make sweeping statements about all whites. That is why dialogue is scarce on this blog. Everything gets shut down with finger pointing.

Johnny Doublewide said...

"Her song was about love. Black people loving ourselves, our culture and our blackness and standing up for all those things - which is not always easy to do in a country that hates us."

I hope next year at the Super Bowl they have Taylor Swift in a Confederate flag jumpsuit with dancers dressed in Klan outfits. Feel the love.

field negro said...

Anon@3:48, why don't you pass your idea along to the NFL Commissioner? It might be interesting to see those Klan sheets dropping it like it's hot.

Do u think Taylor would play along?

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lilacpr2000 said...

Beyonce killed it with that song! I absolutely love that she has chosen to sing about the past and the struggle. As Deborah said, more self love will def make the change so badly needed! She came here and killed it also with the power and feeling she put into her songs. Mesmerized everyone at the concert. She's also a great actress.

Now I'm waiting for the guys and others to man up and start writing lyrics about same. The roots, the south, the history,beauty,the love!

Fantastic video.

As for the football game, well y'all know how I feel about such a violent and dangerous sport, so no comment.

ThatDeborahGirl said...

Anonymous Anti-racist is Anti-white said...
Of course it isn't. But can someone say they are pro-white without being called a racist?


No.

I'm all for self respect and appreciation of one's history and culture. I refuse, however, to take responsibility for blacks lack of self-respect or self-love as you call it.

The reading comprehension skills of white people on this site are pathetic. I never said you or any other white people needed to take responsibility for how black people feel about ourselves or how we treat one another. If you could read, you would have seen this:

"Only learning to love ourselves is the cure."

So white people need to stop being racist but at the end of the day, how black people treat each other is something only black people can resolve by not giving a fuck about what white people think.

As far as your saying "Beyonce politized the Super Bowl" comment you have got to be kidding. What do you think is the point of showing off all that military hardware? You think it's just spectacle and that the US government just loves lending choirs and jets for flyovers and remote shots of military personnel in Afghanistan because Not Political?

Yeah, bu it's Beyonce who politicized the Super Bowl. White people kill me, never seeing the forest for the damned trees.

lilacpr2000 said...

Oh, and by the way, I did not watch this game, I just saw the video of the song on YouTube after hearing so much about it.

Fair is fair said...

ThatDeborahGirl said...
Anonymous Anti-racist is Anti-white said...
Of course it isn't. But can someone say they are pro-white without being called a racist?

No.
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Then the word "racist" means nothing anymore, and I will no longer support the exclusive right for blacks to express pride in their race.

Say it loud, I'm White and I'm proud

Donald Hump said...

Fawzy Gamal said...
شركة مكافحة النمل الابيض بينبع

Try to make your point without using the "n" word, Fawzy.

And no, our black people aren't for sale.

Anonymous said...

Deborah, responding further isn't worth my time.

The Left Has No Clothes said...

field negro said...
DBA! DBA! DBA!



You mean DAB! DAB! DAB! ?????



Just remember field,

“A little Dab with do you but too much Dab will undo you!''

lilacpr2000 said...

I would like to ask a question, and pardon my ignorance,but, in New York they have an Italian Columbus Day Parade, the Irish St. Patrick's Day Parade, The Puertorican Day Parade,the Dominican Day Parade, the German American Steuben Day Parade etc. Is there and African American Day Parade? nd when is it held?

Yīshēng said...

PR, I'll agree with your that Bey's new song has a great beat and even more significant meaning. The video is hot too! But her acting? NOT good!

But that performance was kinda wack, and imitating the moves of Janet Jackson at the end of her set was even more wack! Dancing in the leotard is just TIRED!!!!

The Ministry of Truth said...

"I would like to ask a question, and pardon my ignorance,but, in New York they have an Italian Columbus Day Parade, the Irish St. Patrick's Day Parade, The Puertorican Day Parade,the Dominican Day Parade, the German American Steuben Day Parade etc. Is there and African American Day Parade? nd when is it held?"

I don't know about New York City.

But in Chicago, there is one: The Bud Billiken Parade, in August.

Anonymous said...

OpenID lilacpr2000 said...
I would like to ask a question, and pardon my ignorance,but, in New York they have an Italian Columbus Day Parade, the Irish St. Patrick's Day Parade, The Puertorican Day Parade,the Dominican Day Parade, the German American Steuben Day Parade etc. Is there and African American Day Parade? and when is it held?

Martin Luther King Day, all over the country.

Duck, Bud! said...

But in Chicago, there is one: The Bud Billiken Parade, in August.

http://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/Teen-Shot-Along-Bud-Billiken-Parade-Route-270607241.html

That's why there aren't more African American parades.

The Ministry of Truth said...

"That's why there aren't more African American parades."

Now why did I suspect the response to my comment would be a crime report? The trolls on this blog are so predictable.

But it should be noted that, unfortunately, parades in general tend to bring out the yahoos, regardless of ethnicity. It ain't just black folks.

Exhibit A: American St. Patrick's Day Is a Violent, Drunken Disaster

lilacpr2000 said...

The Ministry of Truth said...

I don't know about New York City.

But in Chicago, there is one: The Bud Billiken Parade, in August.

8:30 PM
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Thank you Truth! I just looked it up. Frankly I had never heard of it, but a great thing. I hope they proliferate to other cities!

lilacpr2000 said...

Anonymous said...

Martin Luther King Day, all over the country.

8:44 PM
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No that's quite a different thing.

That is a celebration in remembrance of a man that fought for justice for African Americans and paid for it with his life. He was assassinated for having the audacity to reach for some sort of parity for his people.

That's not a parade celebrating an entire peoples culture and ethnicity.

Anonymous said...

"That's not a parade celebrating an entire peoples culture and ethnicity."

Sure they are, there's lots of shootings at MLK Day parades every year too.

lilacpr2000 said...

Yīshēng said...

PR, I'll agree with your that Bey's new song has a great beat and even more significant meaning. The video is hot too! But her acting? NOT good!

But that performance was kinda wack, and imitating the moves of Janet Jackson at the end of her set was even more wack! Dancing in the leotard is just TIRED!!!!

6:57 PM
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Hahaha! "dancing in the leotard!is just TIRED" xD I know, but that's her trademark you know, but I totally agree she should change that style already!!! :)

I haven't seen the halftime performance. I only saw her video of the song, and I did like the concept and the fact that it's socially relevant. I hope to see more from other artists also.

ThatDeborahGirl said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...6:32 PM
Deborah, responding further isn't worth my time.

It never ceases to amuse me when white people decide this cute little talk about race has been fun, but in the end, isn't worth their time.

We KNOW mf, we know. I know you wouldn't be bothered if it wasn't a passing amusement for you on the internet.

All the white trolls come here and lob their insults and comments and go back to their damned trailer parks and feel they've had a laugh. When they're done, they're done and oh, wasn't it fun to watch the darkies get upset. We go back to fighting for our lives while they're giggling like schoolgirls and having a Budweiser.

But it's STILL not going to stop me saying what I think when I feel like it. It doesn't have to be worth your time. It's worth mine.



Johnny Doublewide said...
I hope next year at the Super Bowl they have Taylor Swift in a Confederate flag jumpsuit with dancers dressed in Klan outfits. Feel the love.


See, this is what white people need to believe. It's like they read the words, "Thou shalt have no other Gods before me," and made themselves God.

White people need black people to love them more than anything else. And when we tell them, uh, no, you're a human being and so are we, white people gasp in shock.

God is Love. For black people to say that we love ourselves is to refuse to love white people more and they simply cannot handle that. For us to claim our humanity is still, in this day and age, so shocking to white people that they nearly consider it blasphemy.

To ignorant white people like Johnny Doublewide, for black people to say that we love ourselves can only mean that we hate white people. They don't see black love as an invitation to the party, they see it as a curse and a challenge to the false authority they only think they have.

Black success, black health and well-being, black love makes white people angry because they still need a subservient other.

The opposite of Black Power is not White Power and Black Power shouldn't mean white fear either. And black people empowering themselves wouldn't make wbhite people so fearful that the only equality you can imagine conjures up fantasy images of a blonde-haired, blue-eyed white woman wrapped in a flag that flew only to keep black people as slaves backed up by, as usual, the Klan.

Sadly this is the best the white imagination can do and it's pathetic. White peope simply cannot even imagine a world where the black power fist and the confederate flag are simply unnecessary by reason of Equality.

We keep inviting you to that world and you persist in your backwards ignorance. Which can only mean one thing - you only want us to die so you can have the world to yourselves.

Well fuck that so let the war continue. Until white people realize that PEACE was ever the only option after all.

Johnny Doublewide said...

@ ThatDeborahGirl:

You deny white that people have right not to be forced abase themselves or be allowed to preserve their culture while at the same time you reserve the right to symbolically threaten race violence during the halftime show at the Super Bowl.

Fuck you, we've had it.

Anonymous said...

A person wrote: It never ceases to amuse me when white people decide this cute little talk about race has been fun, but in the end, isn't worth their time.

We KNOW mf, we know. I know you wouldn't be bothered if it wasn't a passing amusement for you on the internet.

All the white trolls come here and lob their insults and comments and go back to their damned trailer parks and feel they've had a laugh. When they're done, they're done and oh, wasn't it fun to watch the darkies get upset. We go back to fighting for our lives while they're giggling like schoolgirls and having a Budweiser.

But it's STILL not going to stop me saying what I think when I feel like it. It doesn't have to be worth your time. It's worth mine.


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Save your white people blaming and name calling antics for the white guilt crowd. As willing and open as I am to listen and learn from different points of view, I refuse to interact with verbally abusive people.

There is no dialogue possible with your obvious hatred and bigotry towards all white people. You're welcome to continue talking to walls, but don't expect a dialogue if hurling insults, Deborah. Unlike you, I do have self-respect.









Morose Recluse said...

Not a follower of pop music or sportsball in general, but anything that upsets old crankypants Rudy is a good thing in my book.

ThatDeborahGirl said...

Anonymous Johnny Doublewide said...
@ ThatDeborahGirl:

You deny white that people have right not to be forced abase themselves or be allowed to preserve their culture while at the same time you reserve the right to symbolically threaten race violence during the halftime show at the Super Bowl.

Fuck you, we've had it.

9:56 AM



You really think that Beyoncé's performance was a veiled threat to white people?

Why is that you feel a black woman saying to other black women, love yourself and who you are is a threat to you?

Ignorance and racism on your part can be the only reason for such broad and willful misunderstanding of what actually took place.

Anonymous said...

Maybe it was the black panther uniforms.

Curious Observer said...

Waiting for the day when "equal opportunity" is not code for a system of racial quotas that disregards factors such as ability, training and experience.

ThatDeborahGirl said...

Curious Observer said...
Waiting for the day when "equal opportunity" is not code for a system of racial quotas that disregards factors such as ability, training and experience.

12:46 AM


You mean the system white people use to continue nepotism and cronyism? Yep, I'm still waiting for Equal Opportunity to be enforced too.

Josh said...

Shamelessly shilling for Bud = booo!

Shamelessly shilling for the '60s' Panthers = YOU GO GERL!

Curious Observer said...

ThatDeborahGirl said...
Curious Observer said...
Waiting for the day when "equal opportunity" is not code for a system of racial quotas that disregards factors such as ability, training and experience.

12:46 AM
You mean the system white people use to continue nepotism and cronyism? Yep, I'm still waiting for Equal Opportunity to be enforced too.

No. Nepotism and cronyism have nothing to do with Equal Opportunity.

I'm talking about the Federal government imposed system that awards points for irrelevant factors including race, gender, marital status and the number of dependent children before considering qualifications such as training or experience.

While I agree that nepotism and cronyism exist I contend that those behaviors are practiced by ALL races.

I'm waiting on a truly level playing field that is blind to considerations such as race, gender, sexual orientation and a host of other irrelevant items that the PC SJW crowd demands be taken into account.



Curious Observer said...

ThatDeborahGirl said...
You really think that Beyoncé's performance was a veiled threat to white people?

I feel like it was a slap in the face to all successful black men. She couldn't think of any black man (including her husband, Jay-Z) that fit her notion of a high-achiever so she rolls with Bill Gates?



You might just be a black Bill Gates in the making, cause I slay. I might just be a black Bill Gates in the making, cause I slay.


If the song is (as you say) about black success, black health and well-being and black love then leave out the reference to the square white guy and pick a cool black guy to hold up as a role model.