What Super Bowls Teach Us About Capitalism

As they said in Oakland, California, The Fall Wind is a Raider. Soccer is back! This season’s NFL championship will be played at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, the new home of the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers (bye-bye San Diego). On February 3, 2002, Tom Brady performed in his first Super Bowl – XXXVI, that’s 36 for you non-Romans. The New England Patriots beat the St. Louis Rams. U2 played at halftime.

U2 hasn’t released an album since 2017, St. Louis doesn’t have a soccer team, and see if you can see a trend among some of the companies that raised $ 2.2 million each for showing 30-second ads in 2002 Super Bowl Ads: Blockbuster, Circuit City, AOL, CompUSA, HotJobs, RadioShack, Yahoo! and gateway. Yes, they are the ghosts of the Super Bowls past.

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