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Super Bowl LVIII is the single most important Super Bowl of our lifetimes, and not just because I Googled the roman numerals to find out which edition we were up to.
In my defense, I’m not the most cultured guy in the room. Ninety-nine percent of the foreign countries I’ve visited were at EPCOT.
But there’s no doubt this year’s big game in Las Vegas is the biggest in our nation’s history. Sure, that’s the same thing they say about every election but to be clear, this has nothing to do with politics.
In fact, President Biden is skipping the traditional pregame TV interview — and it’s just as well because he’d probably spend the whole time bashing Donald Trump. That could get old in a hurry, although it would be nice to see Joe talking about a LIVING president for once.
This Super Bowl matters most because it’s the last major piece of common culture we have left in these bitterly divided times. Let’s face it, these days the only time