The funniest of the Superbowl commercials was Hyundai’s elevator ride to several layers of “hell”. One level was the vegan dinner party where a woman proudly offered her beetloaf as the main course. I laughed my ass off. That was funny, yo.
By Monday, vegans had vented, and Hyundai had already issued an apology.
How can vegans not see that their lack of humor, a threatened boycott, and a demand for an apology, only confirms the view that they are over-the-top oddballs?
Great job, amino acid lackers.
Yet the Superbowl fun didn’t stop there. People felt slighted that Adam Levine didn’t get political. Others were upset that there was no mention of Colin Kaepernick and his “cause”. There were even op-eds where people were offended at the presence of Martin Luther King Jr.’s daughter, Bernice King, because outspokenness about the black man’s plight was lacking.
What an incredible insult to entire generations of folks who were down for the cause, decades before so many whiny hypocrites were born.
This is football, people; not a political arena. Stop with the PC.
I’m not going to apologize for laughing about the beetfloaf. Keeping in stride, I will also not demand an apology from stupid people for being stupid. That might make me look dumb.
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