They reckon there are about twelve people on the planet who fully understand the financial instruments that brought about the global financial crisis.
I suspect the same can be said of American football.
And yet in a few hours, my office and many others around Sydney will come to a standstill to watch the Super Bowl. Millions of people around the world will tune in.
Except perhaps these guys.
So here’s my totally uninformed guide on pretending to know what you’re watching.
OK, what’s the big deal?
Yes, good question. Hard to say, really, except the Super Bowl is more a spectacle than a sports event.
It taps America’s cultural pulse. It’s given us some great TV moments. And such terms as ‘wardrobe malfunction’.
It’s also one of the few…
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