People Googling "What Time Does The Super Bowl Start?"

The phrase "What time does the Super Bowl start?" is one of the top things Google searched on Super Bowl Sunday. How drunk and lazy does a person have to be to search the internet for this answer? Why be willing to weed through spam and misinformation when you can just check your damn TV? I don't get it. I think we're all waiting for Google to just live stream television we're searching for. Till then you'll have to go through the pain of just checking the actual device you're going to end up watching the damn game on.

The Super Bowl is usually on around the same time it is every year, toward night time on Sunday. They're not going to screw with you and play the game at 9 AM as a prank. Why don't people know this? Then again most people get so drunk during the Super Bowl they probably have no memory of what happened the last few times anyway, aside from the talking babies.

Anyone who's ever seen a Super Bowl knows that the channel covering it spends the entire day broadcasting hype about it from the previews and sneak peeks to predictions to the pre-game singing performances, to the pre-game show, to the unveiling of the American flag to the singing of God Bless America and the Star Spangled Banner, and player introductions, until eventually the actual game gets played. And if by some chance you're not willing to sit through all that and you want to just know when the real game starts then chances are you don't really care all that much about the Super Bowl experience so why do you really want to know in the first place? If you want to see it, you'll see it and if you don't, stop bullshitting yourself.

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