I did a search and found nothing so I hope I'm not starting a new thread about something that's already here. Every Superbowl mention I found was
from previous years, so here we go.
Here is a nice little article about the security of the Superbowl. Interesting to read the comments below, it seems so many people are aware of the
fact that we are being desensitized to the NWO type riot police. Security is high and it seems they are bragging or challenging anyone to try
something. I hope nothing happens because every time something does happen it gives them more support to take more rights away from the average Joe.
I read that they will have an aerial spy drone over the superbowl. I'm sure people in the stadium will love it because then they won't have to worry
about al qaeda hiding in the bushes while they get bloated off beer and dance around in body paint.
As a near-metroplex resident as well, it seems far more likely that you're seeing the results of "the marketing department" - probably from some
DHS budget. After all, what good are all these preparations if the public doesn't know about them? Besides, everybody in security/LE work wants to
ride the "War on Terror" gravytrain into new SUVs and badass munitions and armaments (woof woof woof) - so it's iuncumbent on the media to
influence our opinions that this is all "for our own good". Maybe armaments manufacturers (like others) will start releasing new products to
capitalize on the superbowl media coverage - we could marvel at the hardware on display as well as the latest beer/car/electronics advertising. Stay
tuned if you must, but avoid driving through mid-cities before and after the game (during should be no problem).
Interesting articles, maybe there is something going on but they sure wouldn't jeopardize sales by warning people. I wouldn't be surprised if there
were threats made. I sure hope birds don't start falling out of the sky.
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