Where Are All the Feminists?

In case you missed it, the false prophets of feminism have their panties in a collective wad. Again.

In summary, Jourdan Rodrigue, a reporter for the Charlotte Observer, asked Cam Newton a very specific question about his receiver’s ability to run routes, revealing an arresting knowledge of football. Cam smiled and said it was funny to hear a female talking about routes because, let’s be honest, women generally do not talk with such specificity about football. Yeah. Yeah, I know Rodrigue is a sports journalist and it’s her job, but Cam Newton’s comment, punctuated by a smile, was neither offensive nor sexist and it certainly was not disparaging. Dare I suggest Jourdan Rodrigue, et al. over-reacted? read more

Top Ten 2017 Super Bowl Ads

Last year, I published the first ever official Just Another Ordinary Day List of Top Ten Super Bowl Ads.  I anticipated it would be an annual tradition published each year on the Monday immediately following the big game, but compiling this year’s list has proven to be no easy task. It’s why I’m a week late.

Super Bowl Sundays historically provide us with bumper crops of captivating ads…the kind you remember for years to come… like this one from 1995, but…

…not this year. I’m not certain who lost their creative edge and sense of humor… the advertisers or me… but somebody did because this yield of $5-million-dollar-a-pop ads left me overwhelmingly underwhelmed. Anyway, I promised myself this would be a tradition and since I never break a promise (even to myself) I present the second official Just Another Ordinary Day List of Top Ten Super Bowl Ads. read more