Why Our National Superbowl TV Party Has Become the Last Supper for the US Empire

Never before have so many loose strands of an unraveling empire come together in a single event accessible to those who mourn or cheer America.

ebruary 5, 2011
By Robert Lipsyte

If you are still passionately following football or, worse, allowing your kid to play, you may just be an old-fashioned imperialist running dog. Not that all football fans are bloodthirsty hounds feeding off the crippled hindquarters of the dying animal of empire. Some are in a vain search for a crucible of manhood that no longer exists. Others are in pursuit of a ticket out of a dead-end life.

Whatever your reason, this is the Super Bowl to watch, even if you are among those who have made an effort to disregard the game since high school jocks shouldered you in the halls.

This is the Big One. Maybe the Last Big One. Never before have so many loose strands of an unraveling empire come together in a single event accessible to those who mourn or cheer America.

Oh, do read on brothers and sisters, rah, rah! HOW About them RANGERS!

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