Why Is A Super Bowl Win So Great For New Orleans?

Dennis Prager: We always hear this, but I’m not sure why it is true.

“They always say this. Every time a city’s team wins, it’s great for the city. And we all believe it. And then if you think about it for approximately four seconds, you can’t think of a single reason why it’s great for the city.

“People feel good for a day or two and then go back to the exact same problems they had before the team won.

“I happen to have been in Philadelphia the night they won the World Series. All I saw were overturned cars. I couldn’t get to my hotel because all the streets were blocked off. I couldn’t see why that was great for Philadelphia. What’s the enduring great benefit for Philadelphia?

“He went further the coach. That this is great for Louisiana. I’m sure that for Baton Rouge, Shreveport, it’s just a new world.”

“I don’t think LA misses the NFL and I don’t think the NFL misses LA. It’s a phenomenon that the second largest city in the country doesn’t have an NFL team.”

“I love lines stated with great conviction that don’t mean anything. I’m happy that the citizens of New Orleans have something to celebrate. But whenever there is a ten, it is followed by a one. They’re now at an ecstatic level. It’s manic. This guy Drew Brees, could there be a sweeter guy in football? He’s tattoo free.”

“I love the absurd. I love irreverent humor. That’s why I love Monty Python. But I didn’t like this Dorito’s ad — slapping the adult, sexualizing kids.”

From DennisPrager.com: Prager H1: The New Orleans won their first Super Bowl. This is supposed to be a boost for the city

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