Super Bowl Sunday is finally here.  You can almost feel the electricity in Miami from the other side of Alligator Alley. It’s hard not to get excited even if you don’t have a horse in the race.  You hear about the parties. You hear about South Beach.  It’s all over Sports Center and just about every other media source that traps your attention. It’s inescapably contagious.


The Superbowl is grand event by itself and then you toss it into a place like Miami.  That’s like through gas on a fire. Next year the event will be in Jerry World, the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium.  It will be a big event but I think Miami brings a little extra sizzle and spice to the already flammable atmosphere.  Hooter’s pool parties broadcasting live on No Shoes Radio from South Beach. Celebs arriving in 100 ft. yachts. Everyone wearing bikini’s and tank-tops.  You get my drift.

Have a blast watching the game.  I’ll be watching it pool-side under a tiki hut drinking corona and lime.  Pulling for the Saints.  Who are you pulling for?

Over and out from somewhere south,

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