I think this is the first super bowl I get to watch in the USA after many years overseas. I will miss the Austrian lads in their garish and colorful fashion ensembles who won my heart broadcasting out of the gift shop of the Marriott Marquis for a super bowl. I won’t miss the more slick broadcast last year with the English speaking English channel. but I will sit back, watch with curiosity with the way fans watch and cheer for their team. I really don’t care who wins, all I know is I made a pot of sweet sausages, peppers, and onions for hoagies, and have four fresh doughs for homemade pizza.
maybe my super bowl if the one of gluttony just disguised as watching some sporting event?
the next weeks and months will be me locked into documents, models, and prototypes. if I can gain access to a large powerful laser cutter in the northeast, I will camp here or a few months and crank out all that needs to be done. it is exciting with how and what is happening, and I would marvel if all the ideas came to life and helped people grow.
I guess that is what all the work is about, how can we help people grow, get better health/hearts/minds.
now I have to figure out some updates with a workaround with controllers to overtake the on/off switches of existing machinery.
not much to write today. it was a really nice spiritual morning in church. quiet, serene, peaceful, beautiful.
the world is a bit goofy and there is much to do about nothing and the overhyping of an event, the idea of playing in a dome stadium somehow warrants, “coldest super bowl ever” coverage and basically a shining example of the branding machine overhyping the imperfections of human beings.
for this, I will eat a delicious sausage hoagie and some pizza that I made with my hands. all natural, no preservatives…abundant flavor. cheers.